An Atlanta, Georgia suburb offered a $50 discount off city citations to residents if they registered to vote or just confirmed their voter status, a policy that violated—or should have—the state law banning the giving of money or gifts in exchange for registering voters. The City of South Fulton advertised the discount ahead of its voter registration deadline, and a city solicitor cited it as an example of the city’s “innovative” criminal justice system. Unfortunately, it’s not all that “innovative” anymore for criminal justice systems to be… criminal.
Surely that’s what’s in the best interest of the nation, get-out-the-vote drives for criminals and convicts! Actually, it is in the best interest of the Democratic Party, which has launched vast new efforts across the fruited plain to sign up new voters and encourage those who rarely vote to do so this November. The thinking is: let’s apply coercive measures to essentially force these lovable low-information deadbeats to vote. For us. It’s $50-dollar vouchers and cash incentives for all of them!
But, why stop there? How about handing out grab-bags filled with vouchers, cash, coupons, cigarettes (they’ve already done this in the past, it’s an oldie but a goodie), cannabis, hypodermic needles (San Francisco already does this, though not directly tied to voting), and Stormy Daniels playing cards?
Texas Democrats have gone even further in their bid to rig an election: according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation, the state party sent out voter registration forms asking non-citizens to sign up, complete with the citizenship box already checked “yes.” Democrat’s concern over “Russian meddling” in U.S. elections is shown to be an absolute canard with this unbidden open invitation for foreigners to influence them on a large scale.
The applications were pre-addressed to election officials, which led many potential voters to believe they were receiving official communication from the state, though the return address was from the State Democratic Executive Committee and listed an address in Austin that matches the state Democratic Party’s headquarters, according to the Washington Times.
In time-honored Democratic tradition, dead people were also encouraged to vote on November 6th. The spokesman for Texas’s secretary of state said he’d heard from people whose relatives were receiving mail asking them to vote despite having passed away 10 years ago or longer. The spokesman said: “It looks like a case of really bad information they are using to send out these mailers.”
Yes, quite. “Bad information.” That’s exactly what was responsible for these mailers. Now tell us all the one about the three bears.
If you are an illegal alien, and/or a criminal, Democrats want you to vote early, vote often, and vote even if you happen to be dead. I’m guessing they’ve already found a way to get absentee ballots into the hands of the migrant mob heading north from Mexico.
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