The Indiana Republican Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, has alleged that there may be voter fraud taking place in the state of Arizona and that the information has been passed off to police after it was discovered that an undisclosed amount of voter forms contained first names and birth dates that didn’t match up to what voters had originally provided.
According to Lawson, the tampered voter registrants are up in the thousands, and many have claimed that they are unable to access their data online because names and birth dates had been altered.
According to the Indy Star, a Hamilton County Republican election official is trying to veer people away from saying that voter fraud is in play. In fact, some of the officials are saying that some of the government employees simply made an error with some of the names and birth dates. However, a spokesperson for the voter registration office acknowledged that there is an abnormally high amount of discrepancies with the names and birth dates for this year, leading some to believe fraud may be in play.
Indy Star also noted a Tippercanoe County official also stated that the voter data system may have been manipulated.
According to Lawson, they don’t believe that the voter registration system has been compromised but that there could be voter fraud in play, saying in a statement…
“These records were changed on paper forms, at the BMV and online,” […] “At this time, my office is not sure why these records were changed, but we have evaluated the Statewide Voter Registration System and have found no indication it has been compromised, we believe this may be a case of voter fraud.”
Other county election officials are dismissing Lawson’s claim of voter fraud, saying that due to a lot of people wanting to vote it’s the reason why there’s an uptick in names and birth dates changing, with Republican elections administrator Kathy Richardson saying…
“In an election like this, where everyone wants to vote, you are going to get a lot of changes. People change their first names or last names or change their addresses. Especially people who haven’t voted in a while.”
According to Richardson, ID isn’t required to change their name or other personal information, they simply must sign an affidavit or alter their changes via online.
However, in an undercover video by James O’Keefe, it was revealed that not having to show ID was precisely how voter fraud was being committed. In a video featuring Board of Elections Commissioner for New York City, Alan Schulkin, he stated that a lot of voter fraud was being committed by having a lot of people who weren’t actually citizens get “bussed” in to vote. Schulkin explained that workarounds were created so anyone could vote…
“He gave out ID cards, [Bill] de Blasio [Mayer of New York City]. They don’t… that’s in lieu of a driver’s license, but you can use it for anything. But they didn’t vet the people to see who they really are.
“Anybody can go in there and say, I am Joe Smith, I want an ID card. It’s absurd. There is a lot of fraud, not just voter fraud, all kinds of fraud.”
Schulkin’s disgruntlement was actually corroborated by black ops splinter groups working for the DNC who explained that it’s possible to have illegal aliens vote by giving them a pay stub and having them register to vote. The process of gaming the voting registration process and rigging the elections was explained in a series of other videos where paid corruption was discovered to have taken place within the Democratic National Committee.
According to the Indy Star, another splinter cell group like Americans United was found to have partaken in voter fraud. The state police raided the offices of a splinter PAC called Patriot Majority USA who had allegedly been involved in voter fraud across 56 different counties in Indiana.
State Police Captain Dave Bursten told Indy Star…
“What I can tell you at this moment is the changing of a first name and/or date of birth is consistent with what we are seeing on a number of voter registration applications submitted by PMUSA IVRP,”
Despite some detractors claiming that the system couldn’t be rigged and that voter fraud is a “conspiracy theory”, what Bursten and the State Police discovered ties in with what Lawson claimed.
According to Zero Hedge President Barack Obama has denied any voter fraud taking place, even though in the O’Keefe video the people responsible for voter fraud – Bob Creamer and his operatives – actually regularly visited the White House. In fact, Creamer stated that even as a splinter organization, they kept in talks with the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the super PACs on a daily basis.
One of the operatives from the splinter group who was responsible for disruption of Trump’s rallies was also on Hillary Clinton’s campaign payroll.
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