Democrats engage in voter fraud, ‘ballot harvesting’

By now Arizona’s left-wing ballot stuffing escapade has been seen far and wide. Truth Revolt’s Ben Shapiro reports on the deceptive practices caught on tape. On Monday, Maricopa County Republican Chairman A.J. LaFaro appeared on NewsMax‘ “America’s Forum” with host J.D. Hayworth discussing the scheme known as “ballot harvesting.”

‘Joe for America’ expands on the insidiousness with this shocking account of Obama administration officials convicted of voter fraud in Indiana —- asking the question, “Why is it only Democrats who deal in voter fraud, when it’s they who say it never happens? If this story does not convince you the entire nation needs strict voter ID laws, nothing will.”

Fox News reports a jury in South Bend, Indiana has found that fraud put President Obama and Hillary Clinton on the presidential primary ballot in Indiana in the 2008 election. Two Democrat political operatives have been convicted in the illegal scheme after only three hours of deliberations. They were found guilty on all counts.

Former longtime St. Joseph County Democrat Party Chairman Butch Morgan Jr.  was found guilty of felony conspiracy counts to commit petition fraud and forgery, and former County Board of Elections worker Dustin Blythe was found guilty of felony forgery counts and falsely making a petition, after being accused of faking petitions that enabled Obama, then an Illinois Senator, to get on the presidential primary ballot for his first run for the White House.

According to testimony from two former Board of Election officials who also pled guilty, Morgan ordered Democrat officials and workers to fake the names and signatures that Obama and Clinton needed to qualify for the presidential race. Blythe, then a Board of Elections employee and Democrat Party volunteer, was accused of forging multiple pages of the Obama petitions.

These recent exposés of fraudulent election activities should motivate legislators to strengthen laws, ensuring our political process provides voters with a sense of confidence in the integrity of the voting system.

11 Responses to Democrats engage in voter fraud, ‘ballot harvesting’

  1. Ellsworth says:

    It’s true. All of the voter fraud we hear about emanates from the left. Why do they have to cheat to win?

    Here’s a good memory refresher. It took place in Minnesota but this is the prevailing attitude. Listen as the elections department worker tells the man who is clearly up to no good, “We’re not the police.”

  2. azgary says:

    LaFaro challenges CBA ballot harvester to take lie detector, Parraz visits GOP

    A.J. LaFaro doing the work the azgop chairman should be doing.

    where is Robert mcgraham and the azgop?

    all I ever see about him is in the governors race where there is really no need. duval is probably the most flawed beatable candidate the democrats could have possibly fielded.

    Robbie the RINO McGraham also wrongly attacked county recorders and then had to issue an apology. he looked very stupid in doing this, but what can we really expect from Robbie. hes more like karl rove every day. will he next get out a white board?

    where has the azgop and McCain puppet Robbie mcgraham when it comes to getting real republicans elected?

    do we see the az gop or lobby Robbie mcgraham doing anything to assist the best statewide candidate az has had in a VERY long time, Diane Douglas?

    are they doing anything to take out grivalja and help gabby?

    of course not, those things would anger robbies master, jonny “amnesty” McCain and the lobbyist rion Robbie services.

    we must try to take the party back in az, this starts with ridding the azgop leadership of McCain puppets, like mcgraham and the other McCain minions he surrounds himself with.

    we need true conservative leadership, we need A.J. LaFaro and a NO CONFIDENCE VOTE in the rovish rino Robert McGraham who is doing everything they he can to turn az blue, for his daddy McCain and the lobbyist who own them.

    • Kimball says:

      You stated the facts very well. I suspect Mc Graham is positioning himself for a congressional race and doing all he can to getTeam McCain’s endorsement.

      • azgary says:

        either that or little Robbie is trying to become az’s karl rove, which considering his lack of any conservative values and only considerations being for lobbyist and against the people would be fitting.

        but then again maybe hes just happy as can be being mccains groupie, getting backstage by whatever means required.

  3. azgary says:

    off topic SRAZ, but do you have the ability to take polls here?

    I get so angry at how amnesty pushers go out of their way to parse words and torture language about what amnesty is.

    most people I know who speak English consider amnesty to be anything that allows illegals to stay in the country, yet politicians tend to have all sorts of different permutations and definitions. it certainly would be nice to let them know we do not fall for the bastardization of language.

    they are no better than bill Clinton and “it depends on what your definition of is, is”.

    any way you can poll readers on the definition of amnesty, compared to politicians definition(s)?

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      We’ve try to keep this site uncomplicated and have never bought the polling function. Polls can be easily manipulated.
      An excellent indicator of the prevailing vantage point are the views expressed in the comment section. Your definition of amnesty melds with ours and probably most of our readers.

      • azgary says:

        ok, thanks.

        its just amazing to me how so many politicians can knowingly obfuscate shamelessly in the face of the voters.

        its worse when voters let them get away with it.

  4. ZOO says:

    On the topic of “ballot harvesting”, I previously posted my experience 10 years ago in witnessing ‘harvesting’ in southwest Phoenix:

    It was 2004, and Arizona Prop 200 – proof of citizenship to register to vote and no welfare benefits to illegal aliens – was on the ballot.

    I was visiting a friend in southwest Phoenix whose neighborhood has slowly turned 80% Hispanic. We were sitting on his front porch talking and suddenly a small army of people (Chicanos Por La Causa) began barnstorming the neighborhood. They were going door to door to register voters and upon leaving each residence they arbitrarily tacked up a bright yellow placard “NO On Prop 200” on the front porch of each house. Palm Lane where my friend lived was solidly covered with these placards up and down the street.

    The next day my friend and a Hispanic neighbor were talking. He told my friend the recruiters came to his door, filled out his voter registration for him, and ask him to sign it. They also asked him to sign a request for an early mail-in ballot. The recruiters then told him when he received his early ballot to HOLD it, call Chicanos Por La Causa and they would return to “help him fill it out”, and retrieve the ballot.

    Perhaps a better term for this process is “ballot farming”, since the process goes from planting the seed, fertilizing it, then coming back for the “harvest.” There is no doubt that this process has grown ten-fold since 2004, right along with the invasion.

    IMO, the only way this can be stopped is to retire the early mail-in ballot process and require everyone to vote at public polling stations. At a recent high-dollar GOP event for the elite, invitees were ask to “bring your ballots.” “Citizens For A Better Arizona” called that “ballot harvesting” in defense of the tactics they are using.

  5. jojo says:

    I think dipping your finger in purple ink after voting at the polls would solve a lot of voter fraud. No more voter motor. Elect LaFaro as new GOP chairman in AZ. Wouldn’t that be cool?