No – the left never cheats. The left never practices voter fraud. We all know this because it’s been what we’ve been fed for years. According to them and their apologists, there is no such thing as voter fraud, therefore there is no need for any voter I.D. laws or checks of any kind. Only the right does such things, by way of telepathic voter intimidation. We think racist thoughts and it bars minorities from voting, or some such nonsense.
But we all know the left cheats. It’s been this way since the Kennedy presidential election. They bus in people from out of town to vote, dead people rise from the grave to cast their ballot, they illegally register voters, and they enlist the New Black Panthers to intimidate voters like in Philadelphia. And if that isn’t enough, they stuff the ballot box.
Of course, the left denies all of these assertions. Prove it, they say. You cannot make such incendiary claims without hard evidence.
Well, it just so happens that the Governor of North Carolina has found such evidence – and plenty of it.
Unless you been stranded at sea or aimlessly roaming the desert with no means of communication, you know about the infamous North Carolina “Bathroom Bill.”
Infamous in that it states if you’re a guy, regardless of how you are dressed or the way you “feel” in that particular moment, you must use the guys' public restroom, locker room, shower, etc. If you are a girl - vice versa.
You should then have seen or heard that leftists and panderers on the right somehow think this is an affront to the transgender set and have boycotted the state, etc.
Naturally, the left vehemently disagreed with this perfectly proper State law and so also began a petition drive to pressure lawmakers to rescind it. But the left knows the people of North Carolina don’t have a problem with the law, so rather than give up and accept it as “the law of the land,” as they constantly preach to us, they’ve reverted back to what they know best - lie and cheat to get their way.
Yet, this time, they’ve been caught red-handed. Rather than wage a straight-up fight to allow perverts and child molesters to use the little girls' bathroom, they’ve stuffed the ballot box – or the petition box - and kudos to Governor Pat McCrory for calling them out and showing the world.
A “Repeal House Bill 2” (HB2) petition drive, sponsored by the ultra-leftist group Human Rights Campaign (HRC), was recently held, involving all the usual suspects like the NAACP, Democracy Now!, Turn Out NC, and others. Rather than traveling the N.C. countryside and legally collecting signatures, they decided to short cut the procedure.
HRC delivered 175,000 petition signatures in 26 large file boxes to the State House. They held a splashy press conference where an HRC rep stood at a podium behind the stacked boxes. It was truly a sight and a great day for “democracy.” Except that it wasn’t.
Because then came the hard part – the part the left dreads. All the signatures had to be checked for authenticity. Oops!
The Governor posted on Facebook: “Contrary to the media reports, the professional activists only delivered enough petitions to fill two boxes…” But what about the other 24 boxes? They were apparently empty. And it gets much worse for the frauds at HRC.
Additionally, the Governor adds that, “the overwhelming majority of signatures were from out-of-state. The stacks on the right in each photo consists of out-of-state signatures.” The Governor posted two photos of two stacks of petitions in each photo. The “legal” stack in each photo appears to be no more than 4 or 5 inches high, while the stack of fraudulent signatures should rather be measured in feet, not inches.
It’s a good day for right, to have a politician who is not afraid to take a stand against insanity, stupidity, and criminal activity. I’m also going to go out on a limb and say what HRC did must be illegal. Some person or persons need to go to jail for perpetrating fraud against the state of North Carolina.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.