Names, Dates and Places Of MN Voting Fraudsters – IOTW Report

Names, Dates and Places Of MN Voting Fraudsters

A case challenging Minnesota’s same day registration and other measures by the state government to undermine the legitimacy of the vote, dug through the voter roles from 2008 and found 941 felons who were ineligible to vote were still able to cast their ballot.

As you remember the margin that won Al Franken (D-MN) the Senate seat was tiny in 2008, with the     so-called comedian winning with 321 more votes than Norm Coleman (R-MN).

They won’t be able to do anything about Franken now, he was reelected in 2014, but they might be able to protect the ballot box better if this case is allowed move forward.

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1 Comment on Names, Dates and Places Of MN Voting Fraudsters

  1. Precisely the reason that Virginia Governorand Clinton bag man is using executive decree to restore voting rights to 200,000 convicted felons, some of whom are still serving their sentences.

    It may not matter what honest citizens do at the ballot box. We have to win so decisively that cheating won’t win it for them.

    Got that, never trumpers? We’re on the verge of a coup d’etat.

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