Voter Fraud & Voter Intimidation – Ohio

Debbie Schlussel reports that one black man voted multiple times (3x) and a Orthodox Jewish Woman was denied, even though she had the same ID card that the 3x voter had…

More Change You Can Believe In!

It isn’t just Black Panthers intimidating voters in Philadelphia today, it’s also this absurdity in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, as reported by Fred Taub of Boycott Watch:

While voting today, I blocked what I saw as blatant election fraud, where an African American man whose ID did not match his voter registration and also had registered for an absentee ballot was almost allowed to vote, potentially for a third time, was in fact allowed to vote with a regular ballot at the polls.Later, I was told that an Orthodox Jewish woman was denied the right to vote, also with the same type of identification problem. I believe this was done to sway votes in the Presidential election using voter profiling, and I notified the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.


Orthodox Jews are likely McCain voters (in contrast with the rest of American Jewry).


2 Responses

  1. The black panthers have been intimidating any one from the polling locations saying dont bother to vote a blackman has already won. We need to stop this NOW. We need to complain to the Governor’s of every state . We need to call for the currant President to take control of this NOW. If we dont will pay the price with everything we have had to work hard for. They are committing crimes against the American Constitution. The Black Panthers are a Anti America Terrorist group Unless Obama withdraws from any votes where they have been doing this . He is part of this and is NOT FIT TO BE THE LEADER OF THIS COUNTRY. It is to be a fair and open vote. NOTE A STORMTROOPER FORCED ELECTION.

  2. “Orthodox Jews are likely McCain voters (in contrast with the rest of American Jewry).”

    That statement is a fallacy. Orthodox Jews were divided (like anyone else) for whom to vote. The poll workers come from the neighborhoods, so the “profiling” would need to be based on prior knowledge of the voter.

    Sounds like a GOP supporter is bitter about Obama winning.

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