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Expert: 170 Registered Voters in Ohio’s 12th District Listed as Over 116 Years Old

by Steve MacDonald

That’s Breitbart’s Headline, but I couldn’t think of a better one. It also reminds me of what one reader called the Al Franken effect. Votes from dead people. Votes turning up in corners of precincts or the back of some poll worker’s car. The tally of which always (against all statistical probability) favor the Democrat by a wide margin.

Maybe Al was groping them too?

Back to Ohio. The State with more 116+ year-old registered voters (all descended from some obscure Caucasus Mountain region, no doubt – Russians!) than anywhere on the planet.

In 2016, liberal activist groups Demos and the ACLU filed suit against the state of Ohio in an attempt to stop its efforts to remove inaccurate voter registrations from its rolls. Soros gave 1.25 million to Demos in 2016, on top of the more than $3 million he had given in previous years. And Soros has been even more generous with the ACLU, giving over $35 million for Trump related lawsuits.

Ultimately, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Ohio’s efforts in a 5-4 decision earlier this year.

“…even with voter ID and cleansed voter rolls, there are still problems with Ohio elections.

Consider that 170 registered voters listed as being over 116 years old still existed on the rolls of Ohio’s 12th Congressional when GAI accessed the data last August. That’s 10 percent of Balderson’s current margin of victory, pending provisional ballots. And 72 voters over the age of 116 who “live” in Balderson’s district cast ballots in the 2016 election.

If there were 72 voting residents over the age of 116 in one polling congressional district, I think someone would have written a story about it before today.

No such story.

Vote fraud continues even though there’s no such thing, but as the Breitbart story reminds us, in a race this close, with a difference of fewer than 2000 votes, even a little bit of vote fraud buys you a congressional seat.

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