Skip to comments.Milwaukee County DA investigating voter fraud claims
Posted on 04/26/2012 4:50:33 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee County district attorney's office is investigating claims that three men broke the law last year when they registered and voted in the county.
Voter registration applications from three men who listed the Glendale Residence Inn as their address is what sparked this investigation.
The three including Austin Thompson, who was arrested last year during an occupy protest, are accused of voter fraud by registering and voting even though they lived in a hotel.
Search warrants obtained by TODAY'S TMJ4 shows the Milwaukee County district attorney's office is requesting paycheck stubs and bank statements from their home states to determine if they were and are legal Wisconsin residents.
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They were probably on a “Wisconsin payroll” aka union slush fund.....I’m smelling a set-up whereby they will be deemed to have been residents long enough to qualify. I don’t trust the Dem DA’s in this state as far as I can throw them.
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Austin Thompson is fairly active agitating on Twitter:
They vote the living and dead who don't show up to vote. Any other kind of fraud is 'small potatoes' and can be used to draw attention away from the real cheating. The 'dead' and 'illegal' vote is a byproduct of the cheating - but the dead and illegals don't account for the majority of the votes stolen - that comes from voting folks on the roles who didn't show up for the election.
Cheating is usually done in black districts ...it's also why moter/voter is important to dems. They need names to 'work with'. A way to spot where cheating is happening is watch districts that are traditionally slow getting their vote in. They're slow because they need to know how many votes they need to add to get a ‘close’ win. Too large a win would cause suspicion in 'close' races.
James O’Keefe needs to set up cameras in these spots and ‘catch’ the fact that 100 vote in a precinct that shows 3,000 people voting. It's sad O'Keefe is the only real investigative journalist in the country. We need a few more. ...
However it happened, the fact that the total votes were not reported immediately, I believe, was what won that contest....otherwise it would have been stolen.