Pictured above, Madisonville resident, vote fraudster, and long-time poll worker Melowese Richardson
Remember last year during the Presidential election, when you were told that only a bigot believes in voter fraud, and that voter identification laws were nothing more than Jim Crow 2.0?
Well, the facts must be donning white hoods these days. Locally here in Cincinnati, we have several documented cases of voter fraud. The most glaring of these cases involves the creature pictured above, a miscreant poll worker named Melowese Richardson. What a stupid name, right?
It appears that Ms.Richardson not only voted twice, but also filled out 4 absentee ballots from her home and mailed them in. This is a very serious issue, and should shut the leftist racebaiters up when they claim that voter fraud is a racist myth. By voting apparently 6 times, what this dirtbag did was disenfranchise you, me, and 5 other people by essentially voiding our votes. This woman stole your vote. That is precisely what she did.
But will the leftwing state media complex talk about it? Will the leftist media scream and yell about you and I being disenfranchised by this peasant as much as MSNBC breathlessly panted about the racism of voter ID laws? Don’t hold your breath.
Not only did Mellow Yellow Richardson vote 6 times, but many eyewitness accounts of her antics as an Election Day poll worker raise several questions. She apparently was letting people vote twice! She justified herself to Cincinnati Enquire, and that her actions were in an effort to “fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States.”
How many crooked, fraudulent, illegal votes were cast at her polling location because of this loser, Melowese Richardson? And why won’t the hideous likes of Rachel Madcow talk about it? Will the insane fascists at MSNBC report this story? Will Anderson Blooper, the Slimy Limey, Wolfie Blitzkrieger, Crawley the Hutt, or the other propagandists at CNN talk about Melowese Richardson?
Would the media talk about it if a Republican poll worker voted 6 times and acted shadily on Election Day where votes were being cast? Of course the media would report it.
How many more Melowese Richardsons are there? How many Obama poll workers out there are smarter than this piece of human dreck, Melowese Richardson, and got away scot free with whatever shady tricks they pulled last November? These are important questions that you shouldn’t expect to be answered any time soon by the state media complex.
Educated people have known all along that voter fraud existed. As we discussed here in the Truth Emporium last year, in a recent South Carolina election, nearly 1000 dead people somehow voted.
“So what, Uncle Andy! A thousand votes! Big deal! There were millions of votes cast last year!”
I’m sure Al Gore, who lost Florida and the Presidency by 537 votes in 2000, would agree that 1000 votes don’t matter much.
The purpose of voter identification laws is not to disenfranchise anyone. Their purpose is to make sure we have secure, legitimate elections. What kind of republic do we have when the elections are rife with fraud? How does that instill confidence in our system, when the people elected obtained high office through trickery? As we discussed a few moments ago, there is really such a thing as voter fraud. The integrity of our election process needs to be protected.
“But Uncle Andy! Poor people and minorities lack the needed identification to vote!”
Baloney. In most states, one doesn’t even need a photo ID to vote. Any scrap of official paper with one’s name on it will suffice. That goes for a credit card, Socialist Security card, water bill, cable bill, or your library card. I could rummage through your garbage can for your utility bill and vote as you under most states’ voter identification laws. This is hardly Draconian.
Nor is the burden even very great for states requiring a photo ID to vote. This Big Lie that the poor lack photo ID’s is a joke. With 1 in 6 Americans receiving a government check every month, we all know there are plenty of official, state-issued, photo ID cards out there. How else do the lower classes sign up for public assistance, but with a photo ID?
Now, click on this link from a posting on the Cincinnati NAACP Chapter. Its a story on their site about the chapter’s own presidential election last year. Give it a quick read. Look at the fine print.
Did you see it? If you did, then move to the head of the class. The Cincinnati NAACP says that in order to vote in its organizational election for chapter president, you need a form of identication to vote.
The folks who stipulate that one requires a form of identification to vote for NAACP President, are the same people who say that its racist voter disenfranchisement to require someone to have a form of identification to vote in an election for President of the United States. Ironic, ain’t it? What a country you live in.
The Hamilton County Board of Elections has issued subpoenas to 19 suspects and 9 witnesses for further questioning as a result of months of investigation into potential voter fraud, ABC affiliate WCPO 9 reported on February 6. More than 80 individuals in Hamilton County allegedly voted multiple times in the November 2012 election, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported weeks after election day.
According to local media, the Hamilton County Board of Elections winnowed the number of suspected fraud cases down as official investigators determined most of the double votes were cast due to misunderstandings, mostly made by elderly voters who voted absentee and voted again by provisional ballot at their polling places.
Section 3599.15 of the Ohio Revised Code dictates that “no person shall […] vote or attempt to vote more than once at the same election by any means, including voting or attempting to vote both by absent voter’s ballots […] and by regular ballot at the polls at the same election, or voting or attempting to vote both by absent voter’s ballots.”
In what may be the most visible of the voter fraud cases being investigated by authorities, Melowese Richardson, a Madisonville resident and long-time elections volunteer, allegedly voted up to six times for Barack Obama.
According to records, Richardson voted using an absentee ballot on November 1, and then voted again on Election Day. Richardson also forged ballots in the names of family members, casting ballots for grand-daughter India Richardson, Montez Richardson, Joseph Jones and Markus Barron.
Witnesses recalled that Richardson “was disruptive and hid things from the [poll] workers on elections,” adding that the “supplemental list” of voters who have already voted absentee in the precinct is missing and that workers at the polling place in question, the Madisonsville Recreation Center, failed to note which voters on the list had already voted.
Richardson explained to WCPO-TV 9 reporters that she thought that what she did was legal, vowing to “fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States.”
Several other investigations are pending, as the board must meet to determine which cases should be submitted to the county prosecutor.
The cases include those of a Tennessee woman who voted in Ohio’s elections while she was visiting her mother in Cincinnati, multiple voters who provided vacant or nonexistent addresses, and an unknown individual falsely signing into the polling place and casting a ballot under a registered voter’s name.
In another case being investigated, an individual allegedly voted in the name of a dead voter during in-person absentee voting prior to election day. During the 2012 campaign season, the Ohio Democratic Party, President Obama’s re-election campaign, and progressive activist groups successfully lobbied for more permissive early voting rules and procedures.
In 2012, State Senator Nina Turner (D-25th District), whose name has been floated as a possible challenger to Ohio’s elections chief Jon Husted in 2016, joined labor unions and other progressive groups in a push to remove “racist” billboards warning that voter fraud is a felony.
Turner insisted to reporters in October that voter fraud “does not exist,” and has since introduced legislation designed to further relax loosen Ohio’s election integrity rules.