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Old September 10th, 2017, 06:23 PM   #21
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OK, a year from now, if you're right, there should be 5,000 felony convictions for voter fraud in New Hampshire.

If there aren't any, it proves that you are a moron, incapable of analyzing facts.
Morons, incapable of analyzing facts, are the target of Breitbart pieces such as this one.

THis isn't the first time you've been PWNED by Breitbart....

There won't be any convictions .....

Now you have to figure out, how I know that, and you don't....
Most Republican AG's have tried to find a rash of voter fraud cases to prosecute in an effort to endear them to the right wing nut job crowd. Needless to say, they have failed to find any. But, the unsupported allegations are enough to play into their base's victimhood mentality. The AG's know that too.
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Old September 10th, 2017, 06:35 PM   #22
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Here's the thing, at this point, some people say this story is bullshit, some people think it's legit.
But there is a positive ID of everyone involved in this process, we should see felony convictions, thousands of felony convictions, unless this story is bullshit.

Now, to me, it is crystal clear that this is bullshit aimed at morons, I don't think you will see a single voter fraud conviction. Because this story is pure bullshit.

I could be wrong, but I'll bet dollars to donuts, there won't be a single case brought.
I've already read of two voter fraud convictions in NH. Seems NH is taking this very seriously. As well they should. Voter fraud cannot be tolerated.
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Old September 11th, 2017, 04:23 AM   #24
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I've already read of two voter fraud convictions in NH. Seems NH is taking this very seriously. As well they should. Voter fraud cannot be tolerated.
5000 more convictions and you have a point.
So far you look stupid.

There have been 35 voter fraud convictions over the last 16 years.
4 from the 2016 election.

I can see where that might look like a major problem to someone who thinks science is a scam, and the world is 6000 years old.
Those 4 votes in 2016, that's how Hillary won the popular vote....except the convicted frauds voted Republican...

Let's see the 5000 convictions, but so far, no indictments, looks like team stupid is headed for another "major conspiracy to hide the truth", to explain why reality appears to diverge so strikingly from their world view.
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Not at all.

But the writer of the article assumed it ALWAYS happens.

He gave raw numbers of how many people voted using same day registration with out of state DLs. How many of those people provided proof of domicile? You don't know, I don't know. More importantly the writer does not know but he continues on with his "analysis" without even MENTIONING the proof of domicile requirement. From that point on his analysis is hopelessly flawed. He assumes that those people that did not get a NH DL must have voted fraudulently with nothing to base that assumption on.
I did.

I don't have to prove his conclusion is wrong. I just have to prove that his methodology is wrong. If the methodology is wrong then the conclusions cannot be trusted.
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5000 more convictions and you have a point.
So far you look stupid.

There have been 35 voter fraud convictions over the last 16 years.
4 from the 2016 election.

I can see where that might look like a major problem to someone who thinks science is a scam, and the world is 6000 years old.
Those 4 votes in 2016, that's how Hillary won the popular vote....except the convicted frauds voted Republican...

Let's see the 5000 convictions, but so far, no indictments, looks like team stupid is headed for another "major conspiracy to hide the truth", to explain why reality appears to diverge so strikingly from their world view.
Why do I look stupid? It's NH law that looks stupid. And, NH is looking through a list that exceeds 5-thousand possibly fraudulent votes. As I said, NH is taking this very seriously.
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Why do I look stupid? It's NH law that looks stupid. And, NH is looking through a list that exceeds 5-thousand possibly fraudulent votes. As I said, NH is taking this very seriously.
College kids from out of state can vote where they go to college. You will not see one prosecution because the story is a fake news meme and nothing more.
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Why do I look stupid? It's NH law that looks stupid. And, NH is looking through a list that exceeds 5-thousand possibly fraudulent votes. As I said, NH is taking this very seriously.
Here's why you look completely ridiculous.
Over the last 16 years there have been 35 convictions for voter fraud out of over a billion ballots cast.
And you have been fooled into thinking that in one small state, suddenly 5000 people decide to commit voter fraud.
Never mind that all the state officials say there's nothing wrong, even though the story has been thoroughly debunked by reputable news outlets, even though the source of the story is a serial liar.

You look very stupid for imagining that 5,000 people are going to commit a felony, while providing the information on their driver's license to the people they are supposedly defrauding.

I knew this story was pure bullshit when I read the title.
The fact that OP was from Breitbart, was confirmation, from Kris Kobach, even more confirmation.
The story itself is pure bulllshit, it takes selected factoids, ignores reality, and presents those factoids in a way that people without functioning bullshit detectors might assume there was something there, especially people whose main methodology to separate truth from fiction, is "how much do I want to believe this is true?"

So yeah, anyone who thinks this story has any credibility, looks like a moron.
That's just a fact.
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I seem to remember reading about hundreds maybe even thousands of voter names being removed from the voter roles in California when Trump authorized a check for illegal voters, by requesting lists of those who voted. Golly gee wiz, I wonder why that would happen?
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I seem to remember reading about hundreds maybe even thousands of voter names being removed from the voter roles in California when Trump authorized a check for illegal voters, by requesting lists of those who voted. Golly gee wiz, I wonder why that would happen?
I don't recall that.
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