Is voting five times wrong?
POSTED: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 6:54pm
UPDATED: Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 10:38am
Tyler, Tx — A viewer asked me to comment on this. I can comment all I want, but it won't change the fact the the U.S. government has no problem with voter fraud-- as long as it's for their side.
I've long said, right here, you have to show identification to fly on a plane, and you know the list, but there are still those who think you just should be able to walk up to the polls and just vote.
A story broke this week of an Ohio woman who has been a poll worker since 1988. Her name is Meloweese Richardson.
Come to find out, in the last election, she voted multiple time, but she said she did nothing wrong. She voted for President Obama absentee, but then thought she voted so late, she better vote in person. She says nothing is wrong with that.
Then, her granddaughter voted twice. Once by grandma filling out an absentee ballot, and the granddaughter voting at the poll.
Same defense, they see nothing wrong with that.
A TV station reports three other absentee ballots, all from the woman's address, filled out in similar handwriting, were received by the election board the same day her absentee ballot was received. According to multiple voters, one of the ballots belonged to her brother, who, she said, stays at her house "from time-to-time." Another belonged to Markus Barron, who according to Richardson, lives at her home.
Richardson admitted voting for Montez Richardson, claiming she had power-of-attorney to do so and believed that all of the votes she made were legal.
She is a poll worker and she knows the rules. We'll see what the county persecutor will do. I bet nothing.
Let's see what Eric holder will do.
That's my point of view, what's yours?