Vote Fraud has been prevalent, and hidden from New Hampshire voters, for years. In fact, I know of a very large binder at a certain office in Concord, filled with evidence of voter fraud. Evidence like this.
During the 2000 election 19 people claimed residence at #159 Bear Brook Road. Nineteen people, all living and voting from one address? Yes, all 19 registered to vote in New Hampshire, all from the same address. As it turns out, none of them were actual New Hampshire residents. In fact, there was no #159 Bear Brook road. There was no #159 Bear Brook Road because there was no Bear Brook road.
The mandatory voter list purge that followed the 2000 elections produced 19 returned voter list letters, with 19 names of registered ‘NH’ voters, all for the same non-existent address, registered to vote in the November 2000 elections. They were all long gone by the time the letters were returned, votes cast and counted eight months before. No charges were ever brought. No one was ever tracked down. Not by the NH AG at least.
Local activists, the real grass roots in NH, have been tracking and cataloging voter fraud for more than a decade. They’ve done the hard work of compiling, reporting, and exposing these kinds of people when the state and the AG have shown no interest. Some of those vote stealers have been in touch. Apparently their names have turned up on Google, attached to accusations of vote fraud, falsifying addresses on registration documents, that kind of thing. I guess that can make it hard to get hired in certain professional circles when there are documents with your name on them attached to accusations of vote fraud. Of course they do not all have to use real names. They can just borrow them from dead people
And stealing 19 votes in some of these small towns is more than enough to steal a local election. It is enough in plenty of larger towns and cities as well. In many cases, one vote is one too many. So vote fraud matters.
And this story is neither new nor unknown to the people responsible for protecting the integrity of the NH Ballot. And it has only gotten easier since 2000. The Democrat party’s record on watering down the process is well know locally. Thanks to recent events it is about to become well known nationally.
And while dead people are not the only ones who get to vote illegally in New Hampshire, for some reason it is only the Veritas folks–none of who actually stole a vote–who are threatened with any kind of legal action.
Those 19 people from out of state who registered at the same non-existent address- they were never charged. Here are three examples…
Voter Fraud and Vote fraud are not a new problem. But Democrats, and some Republicans, have treated it like the red-headed step child for long enough. No more hiding behind misleading statements about the integrity of New Hampshire elections. Your votes and your elections are being stolen from you, and have been at risk for some time. Voter ID would eliminate most of the easiest ways to steal your vote.
But Democrats have been against voter ID all along. They have also made it not just easier to register and vote without proving who you are, they have made it increasingly difficult to challenge same day registrants that might prevent illegal votes, and made tracking fraud after it has happened almost impossible. This explains why they seem so confident in their claim that there is no voter fraud in NH. When you have made it almost impossible to stop it, or spot it, how can anyone challenge you on it.
But vote fraud exists. And it took an extreme act of courage to expose it for all to see. An act that has Democrats and their fellow travelers scrambling for the rhetoric and crying for justice. Justice they have never bothered to seek despite plenty of previous examples of how vote fraud can and has been committed in the state of New Hampshire.
But we shouldn’t be charging the folks with Project Veritas, we should be thanking them.