Voter Fraud In Philly – Again

by Ed Naile


Image c/o Hot Air

Four election officials in Black Panther friendly Philadelphia are charged with election law violations = voter fraud. Yes, we can call it that!

The scheme was simple. All the alleged election officials had to do was intimidate any of the 5% of the voters in that district who were not Democrats/minorities or switch their votes to a more appropriate one.

When I saw this story the first dirtbag that came to mind was our old, fat, pal, Attorney Jared Steven Cram.

You remember Jared. CNHT bagged him voting in Philadelphia and in Wilton, NH. His local friends defended him, and the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Attorney Review Board held a hearing on the detailed complaint I filed with them. Jared had to attend and defend himself. Their ruling was something about Pa. not having to enforce NH election laws. I guess they don’t enforce their own either by reprimanding a scum bag double state voter.

Oh well. Street Justice is always available. Here is an example.

Jared is so smart he is a member of MENSA International!!!

If you want to look up a website regarding his mental brilliance, have a look and a laugh.

Jared was, not that long ago, an election official in Philly. Now does that surprise you?

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  • Bryan W

    We can’t get DoJ to investigate UraniumOneGate, and we can’t get the NHAG to investigate basic violations of election law (aka fraud). What do we need to do to get rid of this two-tier justice system?

    • Reddiaperbaby

      What is a two tier Justice System?

      • Ed Naile

        Hillary steals 900 FBI files and doesn’t go to jail?

        • Reddiaperbaby

          Oh Must have missed that one


    But they (DOJ) will be all over any attempt to deny students attending Keene State, Plymouth State or UNH, and paying non-resident tuition the right to vote in our elections and then possibly going back home to Maine, Vermont or the socialist peoples republic of Massachusetts and voting there.

    • Ed Naile

      What hell would be unleashed if a non-citizen of NH got in-state tuition by simply lying on his instate tuition form.

      • Reddiaperbaby

        “Citizen” of NH? Ha, that term is reserved those of use who live in the United States and are Citizens of this fine land.

        “resident” “domicile” is what you are looking for?

        Ed when is your next speaking engagement? I would love bring a copy o f those definitions for you read.

        • Ed Naile

          I know my definitions.
          I will be speaking to the Republican group up in Conway the third Monday night in November – just got the call, details to be published.
          If you would like to be made a fool of I will invite you as my guest. Feel free to expound on what you feel is the law.
          You can bring Bill Gardner along. I would love to spar with him in any open forum.
          Read up on Every v. Madison, NH 1984 before you show up.
          That would be the NH definition of “domicile” case.
          Gardner knows about it.
          Bud Fitch knows the title.
          Almost forgot:
          Since Jared Steven Cram the scum bag vote thief is a member of Mensa International, how come he hasn’t found a way to stop me from making all these false accusations about him based on your definition of domicile.
          You might want to apply to MENSA yourself.

          • Reddiaperbaby

            Really do you have a citizen of NH ID?

          • Ed Naile

            It is in my wallet. I show it to get on a plane.
            When I buy a gun from a dealer I get it out and they write things like my address down – from my NH ID.
            My NH ID has my picture on it taken at a state office – I didn’t supply it.
            I also use it to by a fishing license, fireworks, some ammo now and then, bus tickets.
            It is my NH driver’s license and I swore that my address, 61, Tubbs Hill Rd. Deering is my residence, same as domicile in NH. RSA 21:6
            And if I lie I am subject to:
            641:3 Unsworn Falsification. –
            I. A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if:
            (a) He or she makes a written or electronic false statement which he or she does not believe to be true, on or pursuant to a form bearing a notification authorized by law to the effect that false statements made therein are punishable; or
            (b) With a purpose to deceive a public servant in the performance of his or her official function, he or she:
            (1) Makes any written or electronic false statement which he or she does not believe to be true; or
            (2) Knowingly creates a false impression in a written application for any pecuniary or other benefit by omitting information necessary to prevent statements therein from being misleading; or
            (3) Submits or invites reliance on any writing which he or she knows to be lacking in authenticity; or
            (4) Submits or invites reliance on any sample, specimen, map, boundary mark, or other object which he or she knows to be false.
            II. No person shall be guilty under this section if he or she retracts the falsification before it becomes manifest that the falsification was or would be exposed.
            III. A form adopted by a state agency pursuant to RSA 541-A, or in use by a state agency prior to January 1, 2016, containing a notification that false statements made therein are punishable under this section shall be considered authorized by law.
            Source. 1971, 518:1. 2003, 158:2, eff. June 17, 2003. 2016, 196:14, eff. Aug. 5, 2016.
            (Says it right on the application – just like every other state.)
            Think abstractly.

          • Bryan W

            You can’t fool me – lumberjacks don’t fly.

  • Reddiaperbaby

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