Jump to content

Because Democrat Voter Fraud


Murph

Recommended Posts

15 hours ago, rmgill said:

And Stacy Abram’s attorneys? 

I love how you keep bringing this up like it's some 'gotcha' when it's not even remotely comparable... and that's been pointed out countless times before.  🤣

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Replies 435
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

37 minutes ago, sunday said:

The state with the bestest electoral system in the world does not disappoint!

I love how you keep making comments about the system here... yet there's been no evidence of any issues going on.  The former R AG sat on his own findings that showed nothing wrong with the '20 election and back in '22 the only folks who may have not had their votes counted in the mid-terms were MAGA nutjobs who believed conspiracy theories that folks like you love to push.

Ahh, TN... the hypocrisy is palpable.  I love how several of you are running with an allegation (let's see what comes of this recent lawsuit... but to be fair the track record of R lawsuits in this state over election issues is pretty abysmal) while ignoring the reality (the above actions and results by the AG, all previous lawsuits failing or thrown out, Trump and the million legit issues you could point out with him).  Almost reminiscent of all the hubbub on here not too long ago over the fantasy of a botched raid that wasn't.  🤣

Link to comment
Share on other sites

16 hours ago, Skywalkre said:

I love how you keep bringing this up like it's some 'gotcha' when it's not even remotely comparable... and that's been pointed out countless times before.  🤣

You argue its not remotely comparable. But the assertion is just an assertion. 
 

The left is turning the law on its head. Explain why Trump’s lawyers in these cases are unique that they can be charged with crimes. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

I love the thrown out as if it was adjudications over the evidence. Some of that was simple standing which doesn’t look at evidence or merits of the case in question at all. 

Edited by rmgill
Link to comment
Share on other sites

He has to stay on the Narrative, ignore him.

Then there is this:

 

https://theleadingreport.com/11-individuals-charged-with-felony-voter-fraud-offenses-in-tennessee/

 

According to a TBI press release:

“In late January, at the request of 18th Judicial District Attorney General Ray Whitley, TBI agents began investigating reports of 15 convicted felons unlawfully voting in various Sumner County elections between 2020 and 2022. Agents determined four of the felons were deceased prior to the investigation. Agents investigated the remaining 11 individuals, determining all had been convicted of at least one felony and registered to vote in Sumner County after their convictions, completing documents that included language regarding not having been convicted of a felony.”

On May 10th, the Sumner County Grand Jury returned indictments, charging the following individuals with one count each of Illegal Registration or Voting and one count of False Entries on Official Registration or Election Documents:

  1. Gregory Blackmon (DOB 1/6/1962), Clarksville
  2. Antione Bridges (DOB 2/14/1979), Cottontown
  3. Bradley Crowell (DOB 6/12/1991), Hendersonville
  4. Jerry Dodd (DOB 12/31/1974), Portland
  5. Terry Ewin (DOB 11/3/1965), Gallatin
  6. Shannon Holt, Sr. (DOB 10/9/1968), Gallatin
  7. James McGee (DOB 7/19/1964), Hendersonville
  8. Rita Poindexter (DOB 1/16/1960), Gallatin
  9. Larry Russell, Sr. (DOB 9/23/1954), Gallatin
  10. Ladasha Warfield (DOB 1/10/1988), Gallatin
  11. Bobby Williams (DOB 8/5/1961), Portland

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Then the libtard DA did this:  He had to restore the Narrative:

 

https://www.dailywire.com/news/prosecutor-questions-official-story-for-why-soros-backed-da-dropped-charges-against-election-software-firm

Days before the 2022 midterm elections, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon brought criminal charges against an executive of an election software company, saying Konnech Corporation’s election worker management software, PollChief, sent data to China.

But after the action attained praise from Donald Trump and other conservatives, the far-left Gascon dropped the charges, and arranged to pay the executive, Eugene Yu, $5 million. He also placed the deputy prosecutor who spearheaded the probe, Eric Neff, on leave for 18 months, implying that he had bungled the case.

 

Neff has been gagged from discussing the case while he was on leave — an order which has now been lifted with the closure of the investigation into him. In an interview with The Daily Wire, he said his former employer’s claims just don’t add up.

“The official story on my leave they would tell you is to sort out whether I bungled the investigation,” Neff said. “They can’t say that now because they cleared me. Especially after they paid one of the top law firms in the country to investigate me.”

Neff said that after conservatives concerned with election integrity praised Gascon for pressing the case, the far-left DA felt compelled to do the opposite. The New York Times said the case provided “fodder for election deniers” despite the fact that it did not alleged that votes were changed. Yu’s arrest came the day after the New York Times mocked concern about Konnech Corporation as “conspiracy theories.”

Gascon’s backtracking restored the narrative. The LA Times ran the headline for the story pushed to it by three anonymous sources: “L.A. prosecutor put on leave over questionable case sparked by election conspiracy theories.”

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Nothing to see here, move along, it is all a Republican plot to disenfranchise poor illegal immigrants and BIPOCS:

 

https://www.dailywire.com/news/four-democrat-campaign-workers-charged-in-connecticut-ballot-fraud-case-authorities

 

Four Democrat campaign workers have been criminally charged with absentee ballot fraud during the 2019 Bridgeport, Connecticut, Democratic mayoral primary.

Chief State’s Attorney Patrick J. Griffin announced the charges on Tuesday against Alfredo Castillo, age 52, Wanda Geter-Pataky, age 67, Nilsa Heredia, age 61, and Josephine Edmonds, age 62, all of Bridgeport.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The "Updated 11.18.2020" really sells this!  If you go back in time before all these accusations failed in court, were properly investigated and found to be nothing, then yeah... your 'evidence' looks rock solid!  🤣🤣🤣

Link to comment
Share on other sites

HA!  My father said this was an ugly race, and it got worse when Jussie Smollett 2.0 showed up and started sending racist text messages to himself.  He got arrested by Texas Rangers.  

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2024/06/17/so-a-local-texas-dem-got-engulfed-in-a-jussie-smollett-style-scandal-n2640528

Quote

The Democratic challenger for Fort Bend County Precinct 3 commissioner is facing charges for allegedly creating a fake social media account to post racist comments directed at himself after the Republican incumbent requested an investigation last year. 

According to arrest warrant documents, Pct. 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers requested the Fort Bend County District Attorney's Office begin an investigation in October regarding the source behind several social media posts directed at his opponent, Taral Patel. 

This came after Patel, 30, issued a statement on his social media accounts with a collage of racist posts that he claimed were directed at him. Although many of the usernames were concealed, Meyers told investigators he recognized an account that went by the name "Antonio Scalywag" as someone who had attacked him before. 

Investigators found that the fake account used a profile photo that belonged to someone else. The DA's office issued a subpoena to Facebook and Google, which allowed them to obtain account data that matched Patel's address, phone number, Texas driver's license number, bank card number, and other personal information.

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

23 minutes ago, Murph said:

account data that matched Patel's address, phone number, Texas driver's license number, bank card number, and other personal information.

Obviously the heinous racists stole his identity to then smear him, and frame him for it. Such is the depravity of contemporary cryptoracists.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Democrat stole security fob, and the FBI is covering for him.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2024/06/fbi-accused-scrubbing-democrats-social-media-accounts-after/

 

On Monday, a temporary employee with the Maricopa County Elections was arrested for stealing a “security fob and keys” from the MCTC Tabulation Center.

Jordan Conradson later reported that the alleged thief, identified as Walter Ringfield Jr., was reportedly previously charged with stealing $1,000 cash from a grocery store. Prosecution reportedly suspended the case after the suspect entered a diversion program, possibly indicating a plea deal was accepted. How he passed the background check required to work in the election department is unclear.

Election workers are now in the process of reprogramming the tabulators and reconducting Logic and Accuracy Testing, which was a source of controversy after the 2022 election when tabulators were programmed to intentionally fail on election day.

 

Ringfield is apparently not currently registered with a political party. However, as they did not report, last year, he reportedly filed a statement of interest to run for U.S. Senate in 2024 as a Democrat. That’s a strange coincidence.

According to radio host Garret Lewis, the key fob that was stolen allows users to see “who is getting the most votes, and it doesn’t show in this fob who is actually in the room.” He continues, There’s no track record— nothing about who’s actually in there.”

It appears they’re gearing up for more election-day debacles targeting Republican voters who prefer to vote in person and put the ballot in a tabulator themself.

On Tuesday morning Caroline Wren, the senior advisor to Kari Lake, joined The War Room to discuss this growing scandal.  According to Wren, Ringfield’s social media accounts have all been scrubbed from the internet except for a Truth Social account.  The media used the account to falsely attempt to tie him to President Donald Trump.

Caroline Wren:  Remember we have to win Arizona. Maricopa County is 85% of the state. So this county IS the state. So Walter Ringfield Jr, the guy who was arrested, he used to be a registered Democrat. And according to documents filed with the Arizona Secretary of State, a Walter Ringfield Jr, filed to run for the US Senate seat as a Democrat early last year. Now, he didn’t end up making the ballot because he didn’t have the signatures.

But on top of that, from his LinkedIn page, he worked at a left-wing advocacy group in 2022 called Our Voice, Our Choice, which, of course, is funded by Arabella Advisors. And they’re a, quote, member-led organization committed to advocating for lasting progressive policies, building power by mobilizing voters of color.

Now, the media started to claim yesterday afternoon that this guy was a Trump supporter because, apparently, he has a Truth social page that was still available.

Well, I found a website where this guy, Walter, lists all of his social media accounts, which, by the way, he has a Twitter, a TikTok, an Instagram, a Facebook, and a LinkedIn account.

All of these pages have been wiped clean, deleted, except for one, Truth Social. The other thing is, remember, this guy had his house stormed by the sheriffs and was arrested on Friday morning. He is still in custody. So who went in and wiped all of his social media accounts clean, deleted all them, except for one, except for a Truth Social account?

What is going on here? And, one person tweeted out that the FBI is aware and they’re involved, but they couldn’t confirm or deny.

The only person who has access to delete and wipe someone’s social media accounts while they’re being held in a jail cell is the FBI. So something very fishy is going on here.

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, Murph said:

More on this:

 

 

Impossible! We all know from a good source that Arizona has the best electoral system in the whole Universe!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Hmm, not again!

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2024/06/former-tennessee-police-chief-indicted-illegal-voter-registration/

Former Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy was indicted on 17 felony and misdemeanor charges one day after she resigned from the position.

Murphy has been charged with six counts of official misconduct, three counts of forgery, three counts of perjury, three counts of false entry in governmental records, one count of false entry on official registration or election documents, and one count of illegal voter registration.

Murphy had been under investigation since March over allegations that she did not reside in Chattanooga.

 

“During the investigation, agents determined Murphy knowingly entered false information on several government documents related to establishing residency in Chattanooga, though swearing to their truth in signing the documents,” the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.

 

The disgraced police chief surrendered to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday. She was quickly booked and released after posting a $19,000 bond.

Mayor Tim Kelly had announced Murphy’s resignation the day before her arrest.

“This morning, I accepted the resignation of Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy, effective immediately. While the circumstances surrounding the situation have been challenging, I respect her desire to preserve the integrity of the Chattanooga Police Department,” Kelly said.

Local station WJAR reports, “Harry Sommers, who is Chattanooga Police Department’s current executive chief of police and a 40-year law enforcement veteran, will serve as Interim Chief of Police.”

Murphy is scheduled to appear in court on July 12.

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

42 minutes ago, Murph said:

Hmm, not again!

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2024/06/former-tennessee-police-chief-indicted-illegal-voter-registration/

Former Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy was indicted on 17 felony and misdemeanor charges one day after she resigned from the position.

Murphy has been charged with six counts of official misconduct, three counts of forgery, three counts of perjury, three counts of false entry in governmental records, one count of false entry on official registration or election documents, and one count of illegal voter registration.

Murphy had been under investigation since March over allegations that she did not reside in Chattanooga.

 

“During the investigation, agents determined Murphy knowingly entered false information on several government documents related to establishing residency in Chattanooga, though swearing to their truth in signing the documents,” the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.

 

The disgraced police chief surrendered to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday. She was quickly booked and released after posting a $19,000 bond.

Mayor Tim Kelly had announced Murphy’s resignation the day before her arrest.

“This morning, I accepted the resignation of Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy, effective immediately. While the circumstances surrounding the situation have been challenging, I respect her desire to preserve the integrity of the Chattanooga Police Department,” Kelly said.

Local station WJAR reports, “Harry Sommers, who is Chattanooga Police Department’s current executive chief of police and a 40-year law enforcement veteran, will serve as Interim Chief of Police.”

Murphy is scheduled to appear in court on July 12.

 

Ah, a DEI police chief 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×
×
  • Create New...