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Free Hugs in Arizona

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on June 17, 2019 by andelino

When Officer “Aaron Little” of the Chandler Police Department in Arizona approached a 26-year-old “suicidal” male on the edge of a pedestrian bridge, he handled the “situation” in a way that has many in tears.

The kind officer “promised” to give the struggling man a “hug” if he climbed back to safety. After supportive words were exchanged, the young man “embraced” the cop, letting out “sobs” as the officer comforted him.

In the early evening a 26-year-old male “climbed” the protective railing of a pedestrian bridge that spans the Price Freeway with the “intent” to jump.

Officer Little of the Chandler Police Department arrived at the bridge and, after developing a “rapport” with the suicidal male, Officer Little was able to “convince” him to climb off the railing and back to the safety of the bridge.

While this incident is extraordinary, the “compassion” Officer Little showed is a common “occurrence” not only with the men and women of the Chandler Police Department, but all Police Departments.

It’s something that is not “recognized” often enough by many, and not at all by others.

For confidential, around-the-clock support call the National Suicide Prevention Line on 1-800-273-8255

Voter Fraud

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 29, 2014 by andelino

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Many liberals are adamant there is no threat of voter fraud that justifies efforts to improve the “integrity” of elections.

“There is no real concrete evidence of voter fraud,” tweeted Donna Brazile, former acting chair of the Democratic National Committee, this week. “It’s a big ass lie.”

James O’Keefe, the guerrilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN “voter-registration fraudsters” in 2010 and forced the “resignation” of NPR executives, politely disagrees.

He released some new “undercover footage” that raises disturbing questions about “ballot integrity” in Colorado, the site of fiercely contested “races” for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, and the governorship.

When he raised the issue of filling out some of the “unused ballots” that are mailed to every household in the state this month, he was told by Meredith Hicks, the director of Work for Progress, a liberal group funded by Democratic Super PACS.: “That is not even like lying or something, if someone throws out a ballot, like if you want to fill it out you should do it.”

She then “brazenly” offered O’Keefe, disguised as a middle-aged college instructor, “a job with her group.”

The above video of O’Keefe’s encounters with other “operatives” is equally disturbing.

He has a conversation with “Greenpeace” employee Christina Topping, and suggests he might have access to “unused ballots” from people who have recently “moved out” of college fraternity houses.

“I mean it is putting the votes to good use,” she responds. “So really, truly, like yeah, that is awesome.”

Colorado secretary of state Scott Gessler, along with several county election clerks, have raised “warning flags” that a new state law that “automatically” mails a ballot to everyone is an “engraved invitation” to commit fraud.

“Sending ballots to people who did not even ask for them or have moved out of state is asking for trouble” he told me.

For example, “little can stop someone who collects discarded ballots from trash cans, fills out the ballots, and mails them in.”

Election workers are supposed to compare “signatures on registration records with signed ballots.” But if a person has a “witness” who signs the ballot on the witness line, then the signatures “do not have to match” and the vote is counted.

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Secretary of State Gessler had “futile arguments” with Democratic state legislators last year who “insisted” on ramming a bill through that “mandated” Colorado become the only state in the nation with both “all-mail balloting and same-day registration.”

Under “same day” registration someone can “register” to vote online, have a “mail ballot” sent to them, and never “physically show up” to register or vote. Other places that “use” same day registration treat the vote as a “provisional ballot” pending verification.

Colorado “immediately” counts the vote and there is no way to “separate it out” if the person who votes is later found “ineligible.”

“We know people in other states with better integrity safeguards have cheated using the cover of these methods,” Gessler told me.

A decade ago, Melody Rose, then a liberal professor at Oregon State University, concluded that state’s vote-by-mail system “brings a perpetual risk of systemic fraud” in elections with razor-thin margins.

“Voter fraud is incredibly difficult to detect and prosecute, absent a direct confession,” Gessler says as he notes that in other areas of law-breaking, we do not judge how much of it there is merely by the number of related prosecutions.

But he also notes there is “evidence” of just how easy “voter fraud” is to commit.

Last December, New York City’s Department of Investigation detailed how its undercover agents claimed at 63 polling places to be individuals who were in fact “dead, had moved out of town, or who were in jail.” In 61 instances, or 97 percent of the time, they were “allowed” to vote.

To avoid “skewing” results, they voted only for “nonexistent” write-in candidates. How did the city’s Board of Elections “respond?” Did it immediately “probe and reform” their sloppy procedures? Not at all.

It instead “demanded” that the “investigators” be prosecuted.

Most officials are loath to admit how “vulnerable” election systems are, but privately many express “worry” that close elections could be “flipped by fraud.”

Nor are such “sad examples” limited to New York. In 2008, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of “Voter ID laws” in a 6–3 opinion written by John Paul Stevens, then the most liberal member of the court.

He noted that the record “demonstrates that not only is the risk of voter fraud real but that it could affect the outcome of a close election.”

Stevens had witnessed the “Daley” machine up close “manipulating” local elections through “fraud and chicanery” during a distinguished “legal” career in Chicago that included serving both as a “special counsel to a commission rooting out corruption and as a judge.”

Donna Brazile “devoutly” wants to wish “away” the notion of voter fraud. But by “overwhelming” margins, the American people believe it is a “real problem and support steps to combat it.”

Indeed, a Rasmussen survey in 2013 found that a greater percentage of African Americans viewed “voter fraud” as a serious problem than did whites.

That is because, as former Democratic congressman Arthur Davis of Alabama said: “Minority voters are often the biggest victims of voter fraud as reform movements in cities and depressed rural areas are crushed by fraudulent machine voting. I have seen it with my own eyes in Alabama.”

As with his expose of “ACORN,” James O’Keefe deserves credit for once again uncovering the potential for “corruption at the ballot box” while too many journalists keep their noses buried in campaign finance reports.

Both kinds of reporting are valuable, but O’Keefe appears to be a “rare” bird interested in “ballot” integrity.

Meanwhile, not much has “changed”  in Illinois since the days of  John Paul Stevens.

Poll workers assisted President Obama in casting a correct vote as the “Black Panther” Secret Service agents provided security for the polling station.

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After spending the weekend golfing, President Barack Obama flew to Chicago to vote in the “2014 midterm elections.”

When the president appeared at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Community Center near his Chicago, Hyde Park home on the city’s south side to “cast his vote” poll worker didn’t believe “he was who he said he was.”

Before being “ushered” to a voting station, Obama had a “spot of trouble” getting past the first poll worker he encountered who looked “askance” at him asking if he “really” was the president.

“That’s me,” Obama replied and announced loud enough for the press to overhear that he “loves voting” and claiming “it’s a wonderful opportunity.”

Reporters were there to film the event. Eight seconds into the video one of the workers tells Obama to “Vote Democrat.”

Of course, this is “against” the law, except  in Chicago.

Cook County is a Campaign-Free Zone – asking voters to “vote a particular way” is strictly prohibited.

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The president seemed momentarily confused by the voting machine requiring some “help” from the poll workers.

He was also unhappy with the height of the polling machine. “I will say this is made for folks who are a little short,” he quipped.

Obama refused to report for whom he voted. “I can’t say that,” he said when asked by the press. “This is the most important office of democracy, the office of citizenry,” he said.

The Illinois “Democratic” mantra that “voting fraud is rare” toke another “blow” with the stunning story of a GOP “candidate” unable to vote for “himself” in Cook County.

Admitting his “confidence” in Cook County ballot “integrity” is shaken, State Representative Candidate Jim Moynihan (R-56), was shocked when he tried to “cast a vote for himself” and the voting machine “cast it for his opponent instead.”

“While early voting at the Schaumburg Public Library, I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent,” said Moynihan.

“You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.”

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While using a “touch screen” voting machine in Schaumburg, Moynihan voted for “several races” on the ballot, only to find that whenever he voted for a “Republican” candidate, the machine registered the vote for a “Democrat” in the same race.

He notified the “election judge” at his polling place and “demonstrated” that it continued to cast a vote for the “opposing” candidate’s party. Moynihan was eventually “allowed” to vote for Republican candidates, including his own race.

It is “unknown” if the machine in question was “removed” from service or is “still” in operation.

Well, they don’t call “Cook County” for no reason “Crook County.”

Not to be outdone by Illinois, an “Arizona” county party official said he saw a man stuffing “hundreds” of ballots into the ballot box and later told a local news outlet the entire incident was caught on surveillance video.

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Surveillance video allegedly captures man stuffing “hundreds” of ballots into a ballot box in Maricopa County, Arizona, Aug. 25, 2014.

“A person wearing a Citizens for a Better Arizona T-shirt dropped a large box of hundreds of early ballots on the table and started stuffing the ballot box as I watched in amazement,” said A.J. LaFaro, chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party.

LaFaro “confronted” the man and was told to perform an “anatomically impossible act” upon himself, according to an account he provided to the Arizona Daily Independent.

It was between 12:54 and 1:04 that LaFaro said he was seated at one of the cubicles, heard a loud thud and turned around to see the man who he claims was caught on tape stuffing “hundreds” of ballots.

LaFaro described the man as a “vulgar, disrespectful, violent thug” with “no respect for our laws.” He said he would have followed the man to his car to get his tag number but “feared for his life.”

After all, a printed “ballot” that is not “fraudulently” filled out is a “tree that died in vain.”

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