Voter Registration Fraud Suspected in Florida’s GOP Camp

As with the ACORN registration fraud allegations 4 years ago, so now with the GOP’s Strategic Allied Consultants of Glen Allen, Va., — voter registration fraud is NOT voter fraud.  False registrations bulk up the registrar’s numbers, and so their pay-day, but unless the registrant is a person who votes illegally — more than once, in a dead-person’s name, at an address not their own (which actually is a conjured  crime)– then there is no voter fraud.

That said, it is just a little short of delicious that the folks who have been crying about fraud are those who have spent $1.3 million on a much investigated operative who  apparently has his own fraudulent registration ideas:

Suspicious registration forms have now been found in 10 Florida counties

— and who has been embraced,  despite that, by the Romney campaign.

Late last year, Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign began paying Nathan Sproul, a political consultant with a long history of destroying Democratic voter registration forms and manipulating ballot initiatives. Sproul, who changed his firm’s name from Sproul and Associates to Lincoln Strategies, has received over $70,000 from Romney’s campaign.  Republic Report

 

 

Dear GOP — you who roared about fraudulent registrations  maybe destroying the fabric of democracy.– where is the outrage now?

 

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