St. Louis Election Fraud or The ACORN Does Not Fall Far From the Tree


When you hear the term election fraud, you tend to think of the terms hanging chads or other tripe the democrats throw around claiming the republicans stole this or that election. Well folks, I hate to inform you, but the Democrats are knee deep in voter fraud, they just bring people back from the dead, get the underage, and provide van loads of people that take their walking around money and visit many different polling stations throughout election day.

And in St. Louis, the group ACORN got stone cold busted this time. Just like they have neen in Ohio, Minnesota, North Carolina and Virginia in past years.

At least 1,500 potentially fraudulent registration cards were turned in by the St. Louis branch of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, leading up to Wednesday’s registration deadline for the Nov. 7 election, said Kim Mathis, chairwoman of the St. Louis City Board of Election Commissioners.
Invalid registrations solicited by ACORN workers included duplicate or incomplete ones, a 16-year-old voter, dead people registering, and forged signatures, Mathis said.
“Fifteen hundred may not sound like a lot, but it is a big deal and it disenfranchises the election process,” she said. “It’s time someone be prosecuted. There’s a lot of taxpayer dollars being wasted on this.” via Yahoo! News

Now lets hope the federal government has the nerve to prosecute these people who committed the election fraud and send them to jail.

The Gateway Pundit has more information including how 16 members of ACORN have been sentenced for election fraud since 2004.

Posted October 12, 2006 by
Politics | 13 comments

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  • Comments

    13 Responses to “St. Louis Election Fraud or The ACORN Does Not Fall Far From the Tree”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on October 12th, 2006 10:55 am

      Just like in Chicago, were the dead vote and vote often.

      Middle class needs to get out there and vote. But I understand that they may be too busy working to pay taxes.

      I am curious as to what a recommendation would be to elimate this fraud, as honesty seems not to be the option?

    2. Scared Monkeys on October 12th, 2006 11:53 am

      I would say that identification at the polls, a strong penalty for fraud, and money to enforce these issues are the way to combat it.

      We are promised one vote per person and our method of government is predicated upon it. When either party violates that trust they should be condemned.


    3. Miss-Underestimated on October 12th, 2006 12:58 pm

      Maybe there can be penalty votes for fraud. Example: The u-pick a party is in violation of voter fraud of 25 votes, your ballot votes will be penalized 2500 votes?

      I wonder, do you think any parties will have a defict in counted ballot votes? LOL

    4. Scared Monkeys on October 12th, 2006 2:52 pm

      Not a bad idea.

    5. flippy on October 12th, 2006 3:50 pm

      A mere 1,500 votes could very easily swing a local ballot, which often has a far greater impact to the every-day-life of the honest voter.

    6. Don on October 12th, 2006 5:44 pm

      I thought you might appreciate the reaction of our watchdogs in the media to this story.

    7. realtruth on October 12th, 2006 9:51 pm

      well both parties have some corruption going on; i vote for the best of the worst; and george bush wouldn’t be invited into my house if he brought his own food to eat. when his office of the state department denied beth twitty any diplomatic assistance, especially when our tax dollars support his administration, he is no longer anything of human substance.

    8. Molly on October 13th, 2006 1:51 pm

      This is in every state that does not require identification. It is promoted by the ACLU
      and the NAACP. It is to get illegal Black
      votes and Illegals who are not citizens. The
      USA is the most corrupt nation for elections.

    9. Miss-Underestimated on October 13th, 2006 1:51 pm


      Were is the substance that you are pposting

    10. Miss-Underestimated on October 13th, 2006 1:54 pm

      Let me repost please:


      Where are the facts to which you have based your post?

    11. Molly on October 13th, 2006 6:20 pm

      I agree with Miss-underestimated, There is
      no Realtruth in Realtruth. Our Government
      cannot interfere in another countries Justice
      and Police System. It is sad what happened to
      Natalee, but Beth got more attention than all
      of the murders in the USA combined. That is
      the reason the New York Court threw out the
      lawsuit against Joran. It is not a USA jurisdiction.

    12. Mortella on October 14th, 2006 4:08 pm

      Before we get too hot under the collar about Bush, we might should check which party is the guilty one in this regard

      Quote from Don’s article: Meanwhile, the Missouri Republican Party announced that it was filing a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against the group accused of collecting the questionable registrations – the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

      City Republican Elections Director Scott Leiendecker said that no other group was being accused of submitting questionable voter registrations.
      End Quote.

      It is sad but true that one party has the vast majority of voter fraud. I would estimate that the number of those charged run about ten to one against the Democrats. Some of us can even remember the good old days when almost whole precincts in the Chicago area voted alphabetically! ;-)

      Realtruth, I think you are safe and doubt that Bush will come to your house demanding entry with or without food. And I am pretty sure if he had attempted to interfere with a sovereign nation’s judicial system, folks like you who tend to blame him for everything from the price of tea in China to measles would be the first to condemn him for interfering. Heads of State cannot dictate judicial process to other countries. It is not the government of Aruba who made Natalee disappear but garden-variety punks. Aruba should have been plenty able to handle this on their own as required by law. Unfortunately they are a nation of men and not of laws, unlike our own.

      I appreciate my country more and more every day.

    13. Scared Monkeys on November 7th, 2006 11:53 am

      [...] According to the Gateway Pundit there is supposed to be 70% turnout in Missouri, not counting the registered voting dead and the 35,000 questionable ACORN Registration Forms. [...]

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