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WILL VOTER FRAUD CHANGE THE OUTCOME OF TUESDAY’S ELECTION?
by OPOVV, ©2014
(Oct. 29, 2014) — “Good evening. Roving Reporter here and, as you can see, inclement weather has driven us inside the home of Harry Weiss, the world-renowned jurisprudence professor.
“Professor, voter fraud has been a common occurrence in America ever since the 2008 election. We know that ballot stuffing has been around as long as Chicago has been a city, but during the last six years it has spread all across our country, so that even the littlest township runs rampant with corruption, mainly due to the complete lack of accountability which means, I believe, that our government employees have given themselves carte blanche at the trough of the taxpayers’ coffers.
“Of course this never could’ve happened unless the courts were immersed in the corruption, too, skimming off the top as much as they could get away with, most notably, the gift that some judges have given themselves: lifetime employment, akin to a teacher being tenured, I believe.
“It used to be jokes about ‘How many city workers does it take to change a light bulb?’ but we don’t hear those jokes anymore, do we? No, we don’t because we don’t think it’s funny government employees stealing time. We pay, for example, county employees at airports to work eight hours a day, but we’re lucky if any of them works for two.
“We hear stories about out-and-out thievery, such as ‘missing’ computers and perks, for goodness sake. Look, if a person wanted perks, he ought to be made to earn it, and you can’t earn perks working for the government, okay? Isn’t that right? Perks are real-world benefits that are bonuses for a job well done, especially for time and money saved in the private sector.
“Whoever heard of a government entity requesting a smaller budget, less money, or fewer employees for the next fiscal year? No, we hear nowadays of government employees receiving bonuses, for what? Doing their job in the first place? Working eight hours a day? Showing up on time? Being responsible?
“I think not. No, perks are the reward of those government employees who keep their mouths shut, who don’t make waves, and to do what they’re told, whatever they’re told, to do, without the slightest hesitation, whimper or regret. ‘Go with the flow’ is the name of the game, isn’t that right?
“And so we come down to the topic of our program: voter fraud. Voting fraud can occur only if the conditions are right. First of all, you have to have people who are willing to commit the crime in the first place, and this we have. We’ll call these people criminals.
“Second, you have to have people in place who allow the first group to commit the crime, and this we have. We’ll call these people District Attorneys.
“And lastly, we have to have the people in place who, if the first group is caught and brought before them by the second group, they’ll look the other way, they’ll give a slap on the wrist (token sentence), maybe suspended, time served, or some sort of probation, but not hanging, which, I believe, is customary in time of war, and this, too, we have. We’ll call these people judges.
“But take these voter frauds all together, the criminals, DA’s and judges, and what do we have?”
Professor Harry Weiss: “Traitors.”
Roving Reporter: “Ah, would you mind elaborating just a little bit here?”
Professor Harry Weiss: “I’d be glad to. This fraud business directly attacks the cornerstone or, more precisely, the keystone, of our Republic. Without the unadulterated trust of the citizens, the people who actually cast a ballot, in the system, the inherent belief that their vote really and truly counted, we no longer have a ‘government of the people, by the people, for the people.’
“In short, voter fraud negates the Constitution, rendering it obsolete, thereby placing the USA in the same category as any politically-corrupted Third World country ruled by greed and unsavory characters, who know not of honor or love of country, only childish, selfish behavior, equitable to an adulterer, living a lie. You can’t be an American and commit voter fraud at the same time; it just isn’t possible.
“Therefore I stand by my answer. If I were a judge my verdict would be as I said in the first place: traitors, and let them face the gallows just as the traitors in the past have done. It is a just reward.”
Roving Reporter: “That’s more like it. Well, it has been a privilege and an honor to meet a Patriot. Thank you, Professor, and thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for watching our program tonight.
“This is Roving Reporter saying stay safe by being armed and supporting the, our, 2nd Amendment. Goodnight.”