Look at what Fox news reported on Thursday, August 9 about the August 7 ‘special’ House election in Ohio won by Republican Troy Balderson:
The nail-biter playing out in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District got even closer Wednesday after 588 uncounted votes were found in a suburb of Columbus, according to country officials.
The ballots were tallied and Democrat Danny O’Connor gained 190 votes on Republican Troy Balderson. The GOP candidate, who was endorsed by President Trump, currently leads by 1,564 votes.
Oh, gee, 588 uncounted votes were conveniently “found”. Where were they “found”? And who “found” them? Nobody knows. They were just “found”.
Nikitas3.com wrote after the August 7 election total was very close:
Balderson won by 1,754 votes and .9 percentage points. That is a significant margin of victory in a “close” race. We can expect standard Democrat protest and fraud tactics to kick in to seek to steal the election like we saw in the election of Democrat US senator Al Franken in Minnesota in 2008.
These ‘found’ Ohio ballots are certainly part of this fraud. And we can be sure that Democrats are going to ‘find’ millions of other ballots in the coming mid-term elections.
They will also use every their other standard fraud tactics like illegal aliens voting, no ID required, ballot miscounts, double voting, smear campaigns, lies against Republicans, stealing campaign signs, etc.
Nikitas3.com recently worked at a food panty and the poor people getting their free food were also being asked to sign up to vote without anyone asking if they were legal or illegal. One pantry worker signed up even though she could not speak English and needed to have the form explained to her – in Spanish.
Another worker at the pantry said that she didn’t care if they were illegal.
Amazing. In a separate story, a trainee for a position as an election judge (poll watcher) in Minnesota said that she was told that she could not stop the same person from voting twice at a polling place if she spotted such a person.
Here is some history about Democrat election fraud:
In 2008, Democrat Al Franken won his Minnesota US Senate election by just 312 votes out of 2.9 million votes cast.
Here is Wikipedia talking about that election result, which sparked charges of fraud in Minnesota that are still resonating today even after Franken resigned from the Senate over the groping of women:
Of the 4130 precincts in Minnesota, one had to delay reporting its totals because election officials deduced that 133 ballots, all contained in a single envelope, had gone missing during the recount process. After days of searching, the State Canvassing Board decided to use that precinct’s election day totals, which included the missing 133 votes. The 133 missing ballots contributed a net 46 votes for Franken.
Well whaddya know… Votes that had “gone missing”. We know what this phrase means. After the initial vote count was very close, these were likely stolen ballots marked overwhelmingly for Democrats – and some for Republicans too just to make it look real – that probably were placed in a back room in City Hall before the election, or in the trunk of a car, waiting to be magically ‘found’ in case the election was close.
Nikitas3.com believes that there are thousands of crooked Democrat voter registrars and election workers across the US who use this tactic every election cycle, who are willing to go to jail if necessary in order to steal close elections. Few ever end up in jail, however, since few elections are so close and since hardly anyone gets charged with a crime just for “finding” ballots since there is rarely an investigation.
We know that Democrats stole the 1960 presidential election for John F. Kennedy. Everyone knew it and knows it today. If you are too young to know about it, look it up.
Meanwhile the ultra-close race in the famous “Florida recount” of 2000 gave the presidency to Republican George W. Bush after the ballots were openly and honestly counted over and over and over by many groups. Yet liberals still claim fraud.
In other words Democrats call legitimate Republican election victories fraudulent but then use Democrat fraud to seek to steal elections.
Other famous Democrat frauds include the 2002 US Senate election in South Dakota, the 2008 US Senate election in Alaska, and the Washington state governor’s contest in 2004 which Democrat Christine Gregoire won by just 129 votes out of 2.8 million cast. Here is Wikipedia talking about that last one after Republican Dino Rossi won the first two ballot counts:
Logan announced on December 13 that 561 absentee ballots in the county had been wrongly rejected due to an administrative error. The next day, workers retrieving voting machines from precinct storage found an additional 12 ballots, bringing the total to 572 newly discovered ballots. Logan admitted the lost ballots were an oversight on the part of his department, and insisted that the found ballots be counted. On December 15, the King County Canvassing Board voted 2-1 in favor of counting the discovered ballots.
Upon examination of the discovered ballots, it was further discovered that, with the exception of two ballots, none of the ballots had been cast by voters whose surnames began with the letters A, B, or C. There was a further search for more ballots, and on December 17, county workers discovered a tray in a warehouse with an additional 162 previously uncounted ballots. All together, 723 uncounted or improperly rejected ballots were discovered in King County during the manual hand recount.
Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party Chris Vance stated that he was “absolutely convinced that King County is trying to steal this election.” The National Rifle Association, which had endorsed Rossi, sent a mass e-mail on December 14 to its members asking for volunteers to go to King County in order to sit in on the county elections office and observe the recount.
Yessiree, in good ol’ ultra-liberal King County those ‘previously uncounted’ ballots and ‘lost ballots’ and ‘found ballots’ appeared magically after the Republican Dino Rossi won a close election. But then the Democrat Gregoire ultimately went on to win. Amazing. Here is more about liberal King County (Seattle) from Wikipedia:
Controversy over the election’s outcome continued after the certification of the hand recount results. The Washington State Republican Party called into question the discrepancy between the list of voters casting ballots in King County (895,660) and the number of ballots reported in the final hand recount (899,199).
That is 3,539 votes right there in just one type of fraud in just one county. Those votes alone put Gregoire over the top once the recount fraud kicked in.
Isn’t it interesting that this always seems to happen in liberal places?
How about overwhelmingly Democrat Detroit in the 2016 presidential election where The Detroit News reported:
Voting machines in more than one-third of all Detroit precincts registered more votes than they should have during last month’s presidential election, according to Wayne County records prepared at the request of The Detroit News.
Detailed reports from the office of Wayne County Clerk Cathy Garrett show optical scanners at 248 of the city’s 662 precincts, or 37 percent, tabulated more ballots than the number of voters tallied by workers in the poll books.
And this is just one type of fraud in one city in just 37% of the precincts. If we extrapolate this number nationwide and to every type of fraud then we are talking about millions of votes. Nikitas3.com believes that Hillary Clinton got as many as 5 million fraudulent votes in 2016, that president Trump really won the popular vote too.
On the other hand Democrats and their Deep State cronies are using the power of the federal government to seek to unseat president Trump after he won a legitimate election by running a brilliant and unorthodox campaign in classic American style. This is precisely what the Founding Fathers wanted – a true representative republic, not a professional political class.
Here is Fox News reporting about voter fraud in South Dakota a few weeks before the 2002 election won by US Senate candidate Democrat Tim Johnson by just 524 votes over Republican John Thune. The South Dakota Indian reservations are bastions of Democrat voters:
Federal officials confirm that a vote fraud investigation is unfolding on Indian reservations in South Dakota, home of one of the tightest U.S. Senate races in the nation.
Federal officials in Washington told Fox News that so far, the alleged fraud is said to have occurred on the Cheyenne River Reservation and the Pine River Reservation, and an investigation has been ongoing in six counties, including Dewey, Ziebach and Fall River.
According to officials, the FBI has uncovered the registration of minors, dead people, and people who do not exist. Many of the registrations have included bogus names and invalid addresses.
Investigators said in one case a woman was registered to vote a week after her death.
They have also found multiple absentee ballots distributed to the same registered voter but returned with different signatures, the officials said.
The case was brought to the attention of the South Dakota attorney general’s office when county auditors began discovering problems with absentee ballot requests and votes. State Attorney General Mark Barnett said the investigation has been ongoing for two weeks.
Barnett said that he hoped invalid absentee ballots haven’t been filed. Absentee voting began Sept. 24 and the registration deadline is Oct. 21.
“I don’t even want to think about it,” Barnett said. “A lot of absentee ballots are going to get looked at.”
Federal sources said the key suspect in the investigation is a former staffer of the state Democratic Party, whom is alleged to have falsified voter forms. The party itself has not been implicated. Officials said that because of the size of the alleged fraud, they expect to find accomplices.
Note that it says ‘former staffer of the state Democratic party’. No surprise there. (Thune went on to win the other South Dakota US Senate seat when he ran again in 2004. He was re-elected in 2010 and 2016.)
It is not just standard election-day voter fraud that Democrats use. Look at this from Wikipedia about the US Senate race in Alaska in 2008:
The 2008 United States Senate election in Alaska was held on November 4, 2008. Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator and former President pro tempore Ted Stevens ran for re-election to a seventh term in the United States Senate. It was one of the ten Senate races that U.S. Senator John Ensign of Nevada, the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, predicted as being most competitive. The primaries were held on August 26, 2008. Ted Stevens was challenged by Democratic candidate Mark Begich, the mayor of Anchorage.
On October 27, 2008, Stevens was convicted on seven charges of ethics violations and corruption. If reelected, Stevens would have been the first convicted felon elected to the United States Senate. On November 18, 2008, the Associated Press projected that Begich had defeated Stevens, making Stevens the longest-serving U.S. Senator ever to lose a re-election bid. Stevens conceded the race to Begich on November 19.
Meanwhile, CNN Politics reported on April 7, 2009:
A federal judge on Tuesday set aside the conviction of Republican former Sen. Ted Stevens while excoriating the case’s prosecutors.
District Judge Emmet Sullivan also appointed an independent, nongovernment attorney, Henry Schuelke III, to investigate possible misconduct by the government lawyers who prosecuted the 85-year-old former senator from Alaska.
“In nearly 25 years on the bench, I’ve never seen anything approaching the mishandling and misconduct that I’ve seen in this case,” Sullivan said.
And who pulled this massive prosecutorial fraud on US senator Ted Stevens?
It was the FBI of Robert Mueller who is currently pursuing president Trump. The prosecutors in that case repeatedly withheld exculpatory evidence that would have yielded a different verdict.