The idea that voter fraud exists is much like the idea that the sun will rise in the west, so much as it is almost guaranteed to occur on a regular basis.
Such is the case in all elections, from enormous contests such as the 2016 presidential race, to class president elections in sleep small towns the nation over. Heck, there is little doubt that at least a few prom queens were crowned at the behest of a crooked student vote count. This is just something that we have to deal with in a nation where every vote counts, and we must do our best to recognize the issue and work to curb it as much as we can.
Therein lies the problem for the democrats, however. You see, they tend to benefit from voter fraud at a rate that far surpasses the assistance given to conservatives through the use of the same tactics, yet the left refuses to acknowledge the problem. It’s not very dissimilar to finding a wallet with cash in it and choosing to pocket the bills and ditch the wallet as opposed to finding the owner: Beneficial for the benefactor, but completely immoral and filthy.
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That’s why when Ohio counted the votes of 170 citizens over the age of 116 in recent elections, something felt off…possibly because the oldest living person in the world is only 115 years of age.
In Tuesday’s special election for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District, Republican Troy Balderson won by a narrow margin — around 1,600 votes.
That’s less than 1 percent of the total number of votes in the entire district, making the election too close to call at the moment and requiring a recount under Ohio law.
Additionally, more than 3,000 provisional ballots still have to be counted — nearly twice the number of votes in the winning margin — so Balderson’s victory is far from assured.
Here’s where it gets tricky:
According to expert Eric Eggers, research director at the Government Accountability Institute, 170 registered voters in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District are listed as being “over 116 years old.”
Considering that the world’s oldest living person is a 115-year-old resident of Japan, this is a big problem.
“That’s 10 percent of Balderson’s current margin of victory, pending provisional ballots,” Eggers wrote. “And 72 voters over the age of 116 who ‘live’ in Balderson’s district cast ballots in the 2016 election.”
And it gets worse…
In fact, many of the voters on Ohio’s rolls list their birthdays as Jan. 1, 1800, making them 218 years old. Clearly something is amiss.
It may be time to re-up on your zombie survival gear, folks. It seems that the dead are rising and heading to the ballot box once again.