By Matt Agorist – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost
Savannah, GA — A rather shocking, but not surprising report this week out of Georgia reveals the unsettling state of America’s election and voting system. Voters in Georgia are now reporting that after they confirm their votes, they watch on the screen as their ballots mysteriously switch to the opposite candidate.
Later this month, a federal judge will hear the case against the Georgia government for their utter failure at maintaining sound election processes and their lack of maintaining a paper ballot record as well.
By Lynn Verhoeff – Re-Blogged From iPatriot
By Onan Coca – Re-Blogged From http://constitution.com
For years members of the left and the right have been arguing about the conflict between voter suppression and voter fraud. The left argues that any attempt to make voters prove who they are, when voting, is voter suppression. The right argues the converse — that not forcing voters to prove who they are, is a blatant attempt to make voter fraud easier.
Further, the left routinely uses the African-American community as a bludgeon against the right’s attempt to end voter fraud. Liberals argue that asking voters to present an ID when they vote is racist, because black voters either have a difficult time getting an ID or because black voters don’t know how to get an ID.
Think about that argument for a second. Doesn’t it become blatantly obvious that liberals believe the black community is stupid? The liberal argument against voter IDs is in and of itself… racist. If you need more evidence, then watch this great video from Fox News’ Ami Horowitz and see how black voters in Harlem react to liberal arguments against voter IDs.
By Michael Ware – Re-Blogged From http://www.Constitution.com
One of the greatest concern for conservatives in the upcoming election is that of voter fraud. And to alleviate that fear, many states have crafted and passed voter Id laws. These laws in their various forms require a photo identification for a person to be able to vote. This would be one more safeguard against one side stealing the race from the other. But this is not how some see the law.
From the beginning, many have claimed that this had racial motives. The argument is simple enough. The states that are seeking to enact these laws are Republican-led Legislatures, and they are trying to dampen the black vote. Now, appeals courts are saying the same thing.