TIDBIT: AND SPEAKING OF VOTING FRAUD, I SMELL A MACKEREL ON A MOONLIT BEACH

TIDBIT: AND SPEAKING OF VOTING FRAUD, I SMELL A MACKEREL ON A MOONLIT ...

October 9, 2016 By Joseph P. Farrell

And just for the public record, and since we're on the topic of voting fraud, I'm smelling a mackerel on a moonlit beach. After thirty years of being unable to vote for the two halves of our one party system, I decided to register to vote this year, for I believe the referendum on the issues is that crucial. So I duly filled out a registration form and received a voter's registration card, which had me voting in a precinct miles away from me, i.e., in the wrong place. I recently had to renew my driver's license, and pointed this error out to the clerk, who promptly had me fill out a correction form.

That was now almost three weeks ago, and I have yet to receive a corrected card with the correct precinct.

Now, that's a nifty way to keep someone from voting, isn't it?

Not claiming fraud... yet, but as the clock ticks down, I'm sensing that "bureaucratic incompetence" will be invoked. Either way, it sure smells.

See you on the flip side...