After election night, Norm Coleman led Al Franken by 725 votes, but by time the democrats quit counting, he lost by 312 votes. How could this happen? Voter fraud. If you would merely toss out the 393 convicted felons who voted, Coleman would have won by 81 votes. Actually, there were 1099 questionable votes by felons, but the confirmed cases added up to 393.
Of course, as always democrats were able to count on the dead, who cast a total of 2812 votes for Franken. Minnesota Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie is a partisan who has extremely close ties to ACORN , was supposed to have purged the dead from the rolls monthly, but didn’t and ACORN turned in 43,000 voter registrations. (I didn’t know Daffy Duck and Catherine the Great lived in Minnesota) That brings the fraudulent vote count to 3,205.
To further cast doubt on the election, before a recount was even started, Franken picked up 435 votes and Coleman lost 69. Minnesota has 4130 precincts. Only three precincts reported errors. All three heavily democratic districts and all three showed a net gain for Franken. Now we have 3,709 fraudulent votes.
So next time a liberal tries to tell you that voter fraud doesn’t exist, have someone read this column to him or her. A senator gets a seat with 10 times more fraudulent votes than his margin of victory.
Steven Ahle is the Editor of Red Statements and a regular contributor to The D.C. Clothesline.