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Thread: The case of the missing absentee ballots in North Carolina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm dePlume View Post
    And now you're equating political inclination with criminality.
    You say that as if it's a bad thing!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Newman View Post
    She already has one pension from something or other; this $71,000 pension from her bd of elections job would be gravy.

    I always assumed she was being set up for an easy, VERY rich pension by friends and connections. It happened enough in my personal experience. Someone would be given a promotion or "special assignments" (for pay) for the final three years of their career, often clearly beyond their competency, and with the understanding that after three years he'd damn well better retire. No rescinding going on.

    For example, one gentleman, 17 years an asst. principal, was made a building principal for the final three years of his career. That job was a challenge. Additionally, for those three years summer school was assigned to that building (the principal of a host building gets a significant stipend, then—15 years ago?—about $90,000, I understand). But it was hard, hot work. So he took off for the summer and let his capable asst. principal do the summer work, at no stipend. Now, in due turn, that AP has progressed and has reaped a plum special assignment herself. (But of her abilities I have no doubt whatever.)

    My suspicion, with no evidence, is that Ms Snipes has "rescinded" her resignation out of some concern for her new pension. Something in the fine print, maybe, or maybe she was a short time from being vested, and could not count on the Governor to honor vacation time toward it, in light of her formal "resignation."

    That's strictly speculation.
    Predictably,

    Broward elections supervisor Brenda Snipes sues Rick Scott over 'politically motivated' suspension
    ...“The suspension by Governor Scott, operating in concert with the public airing of the allegations against Snipes, deprived her of liberty and property rights without constitutionally adequate procedures,” her lawsuit reads.

    Ms. Snipes was suspended in November for incompetence and possible corruption during last month’s recount battles in her state’s razor-thin races for governor and senator, both won by Republicans.

    Broward County was the slowest of Florida’s major counties to complete election returns, missing several legally-mandated deadlines and losing about 2,000 ballots that had been included in the election-night count but not in the machine recount.

    Besides Mr. Scott, Republicans from former Gov. Jeb Bush — who appointed her in 2003 — to Sen. Marco Rubio had all called for her resignation.

    She resigned Nov. 18, albeit without an effective date, only to rescind it Dec. 2 when Mr. Scott moved to suspend her outright.
    Of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm dePlume View Post
    So, nothing about the apparent election fraud in North Carolina.
    What "apparent election fraud?" You have yet to demonstrate that this exists.
    Leftists have unquestionably demonstrated their hatred for due process, and Democrats have undeniably obstructed justice for, and thoroughly victim-shamed and smeared, Karen Monahan.

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    Here's another chance to show how little you really care about election fraud in North Carolina:

    Operative at center of NC election fraud hearing won’t testify

    RALEIGH- The stepdaughter of a Bladen County political operative detailed how she said his ballot harvesting operation worked on the first day of a hearing Monday into voting irregularities in the unresolved 2018 election in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District.


    Lisa Britt, whose mother was married to Leslie McCrae Dowless in the early 1990s, testified that Dowless paid workers to collect absentee ballot request forms and mail-in absentee ballots and drop them off at his office and his home.

    She said Dowless and others made copies of request forms and had specific criteria for matching pen colors, where to mail ballots from, how many to mail at a time and even how to place stamps to avoid setting off alarms.

    “He fussed at me for putting on stamps upside down,” Britt testified before the N.C. Board of Elections. “We didn’t want to throw up a red flag.”

    ...

    But Britt outlined a process by which she and other workers often signed as witnesses for ballots they did not see signed, traced over signatures to make sure the ink colors matched that of the voter’s, dated forms incorrectly, forged signatures and filled in down-ballot races on some ballots.

    On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm dePlume View Post
    Here's another chance to show how little you really care about election fraud in North Carolina:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm dePlume View Post
    Here's another chance to show how little you really care about election fraud in North Carolina:
    Make it a federal case and call for a nationwide audit.
    "What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people. January 20th 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again. The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm dePlume View Post
    Here's another chance to show how little you really care about election fraud in North Carolina:
    As much as you care about this in MIchigan?

    State Attorney General Bill Schuette on Wednesday charged three Hamtramck men with a total of 41 counts among them of improper possession or return of an absentee ballot.

    Armani Asad, a City Council candidate himself who supported Gordon in her campaign and still has one of her signs on his front porch, is charged with 14 counts;Salim Ahmed, 50, with 21 counts; and Russell Mohammed, 32, with six counts.

    Each of the crimes is a felony that carries up to five years in prison.

    Gordon, 66, said there were nearly 50 absentee ballots submitted and rejected by City Clerk Marie Kendzierski, who retired a month before the election. She filed her complaint after Kendzierski's replacement, August Gitschlag, reversed the decision and recorded the votes.

    It's unclear if the votes that concerned Gordon are the same ones found to be fraudulent.

    "During the August 2013 primary election, the Hamtramck City Deputy Clerk, August Gitschlag, found that three unauthorized people had allegedly delivered multiple absentee ballots in violation of state election law," Schuette's office said in a statement. "It is a felony to possess or return an absentee ballot unless you are the person voting, the voter’s family member, a mail carrier, or an authorized official. All Michigan absentee ballots clearly explain the codified election law regarding the proper procedure for obtaining, possessing, and processing absentee ballots."
    Get off the cross, we need the wood.

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