Voter Fraud is a minuscule problem. To substantiate this statement, I must first explain that while certain paid political operatives may try to commit fraud in counting votes, it is rare/almost nonexistent that actual voters attempt fraud. In numerous investigations, nothing material ever shows up. We will see that the full wealth and might of the Benefactors (a group that I’ll gradually unmask) is behind voter-suppression efforts, because to prove a pattern of fraud would massively help their goals. The fact this even has to be discussed is evidence of the haplessness of the media in general and the institutionalized and intentional dishonesty inherent within Fox News, a subject that I will cover in some detail in a later chapter. Let me allow the Brennan Center for Justice to explain why it is a fact that voter fraud is insignificant.
their legitimate signatures and sworn oaths with the gravitas that this hard-won civic right deserves. Even for the few who view voting merely as a means to an end, however, voter fraud is a singularly foolish way to attempt to win an election. Each act of voter fraud risks five years in prison and a $10,000 fine—but yields at most one incremental vote. The single vote is simply not worth the price.
Because voter fraud is essentially irrational, it is not surprising that no credible evidence suggests a voter fraud epidemic. There is no documented wave or trend of individuals voting multiple times, voting as someone else, or voting despite knowing that they are ineligible. Indeed, evidence from the microscopically scrutinized 2004 gubernatorial election in Washington State actually reveals just the opposite: though voter fraud does happen, it happens approximately 0.0009% of the time. The similarly closely-analyzed 2004 election in Ohio revealed a voter fraud rate of 0.00004%. National Weather Service data shows that Americans are struck and killed by lightning about as often.
So a minuscule amount—but it is actually far less than minuscule because what the Brennan Center fails to point out is that there is no suggestion that one group of voters is more inclined to commit fraud; thus, even if it does occur, the probability is that one would cancel out the other. So it is not simply minuscule; the impact is more likely zero.
People who Use Supposed Voter Fraud by the Voter to promote Nefarious Voter Suppression are either uninformed or tapping into bigotry.
One must truly wonder, if, in Roberts, we are seeing a textbook example of the myopia, lack of self-awareness, and narrow-mindedness that can result from attending the non-racially-diverse Roman Catholic grade and boarding schools in 1960s and 1970s small-town, rural, overwhelmingly-white Indiana when we see what he will write here…….
Learn more about the leader of the Supremely Stupidparty Court, the Guy who is happy to have American Democracy for sale to the highest bidder, also happy to prevent minorities from voting – now he wants to talk about Race, and in doing we can begin to see right through him.