How voting fraud could unseat a Senator and undo ObamaCare

Al Franken was elected to the U.S. Senate after the Democrat received 312 more votes than Norm Coleman in a recount. However, a subsequent investigation by Minnesota Majority found that hundreds of felons participated in the 2008 election even though they are not legally entitled to vote. This is significant because felons historically prefer Democratic candidates 85% of the time, so Franken's narrow margin of victory may have resulted from lax enforcement of voting laws in Minnesota.

Investigators found that 393 felons voted in just two of Minnesota's 87 counties. If you consider only the first two counties, it is very likely that Coleman, a Republican, should have won. Considering votes cast by felons in the remaining 85 counties, it is virtually certain that Franken lost the election and hence never had a right to be a United States Senator or a right to vote for ObamaCare, which would not have passed without Franken's support.

Mark Ritchie is Minnesota's Secretary of State, making him the state's chief election officer who is responsible for the integrity of their voter registration system and elections. According to John Fund of The Wall Street Journal, Ritchie—a Democrat—“was the ACORN-supported candidate through a George Soros group … and there have been a lot of accusations that he has not been particularly playing it on the level with regard to this race.

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes ordered Department of Justice (DOJ) attorneys not to enforce the section of the law that requires purging ineligible voters (such as dead people, felons, and people who've moved) from the voter rolls.

Mr. Fund commented, this “would explain why when Minnesota Majority took their complaint to the Justice Department, they never heard back.” He added, “Every state, not just Minnesota, has lots of felons who are ineligible to vote, but there is very little enforcement; almost no one has been prosecuted on this. Washington state had a governor's race a few years ago decided by 131 votes; more than that number of felons voted illegally.”

What we are witnessing is the systematic erosion of the legal pillars on which our government derives its just powers to govern us; fraudulent elections cannot confer just powers.

Just powers is a phrase from the Declaration of Independence:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

More proof of fraud in the Minnesota Senate race

In November 2008 I performed a statistical analysis that offered overwhelming evidence of fraud that enabled Franken to “win.” (This link opens in a new window so you can read that posting before continuing.)

My blog get less traffic than most roads in Antarctica, so I shouldn't have been surprised when few people read that posting and realized that it offered proof that Franken is a fraudulent Senator. However, I thought that someone would notice it, tell their friends, and before long, it would go viral, creating enough buzz to keep Franken out of the Senate. No such luck.


In an effort to remedy this, I will try an outside-the-box solution. I've noted that beautiful young women on Facebook can post a near-meaningless message (e.g., “I'm tired”) and receive more comments in one hour than I've received on ALL of my notes. This is more notable because I chose Facebook friends who are interested in politics and specifically interested in restoring sanity to our government. Thinking that beauty might attract more readers, I purchased a photo of a gorgeous young woman that I'll append to this note. The model has nothing to do with the subject matter and I don't know if she likes Franken, Coleman, or none of the above. However, I hope that her resplendent beauty entices people to pay attention to this topic, which offers proof of how we are being swindled out of our liberty by fraudulent elections.

In another note (Just the tip of the voting fraud iceberg), I documented more ways in which Democrats have corrupted elections. Obama's campaign team violated election laws from sea to shining sea to put him in office. His presidency is therefore indeed very historic—he is our first fraudulent President: a Pseudo-President.

Joseph Stalin said, “I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this: who will count the votes, and how.”

His statement is usually translated as, “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”

His statement could be updated to say, “The people who dodge the voting laws and get away with it decide everything.”

A phony Senator from Minnesota and a Pseudo-President add up to ObamaCare and other legislation that is as legitimate as Monopoly money. Now, what are we going to do about it?

Related ObamaGate notes:

Just the tip of the voting fraud iceberg

ObamaGate: How the New Black Panther Party could end Obama's presidency

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