Tar Heel Trouble for Democrats

According to the Civitas Institute, a North Carolina-based conservative group, as reported in the Washington Examiner, the North Carolina State Board of Elections and the Obama campaign conspired to register at least 11,000 people via the internet in violation of state law. The charges have been confirmed through records requests filed with all of North Carolina’s 100 counties. The counting is as of this writing not yet complete.

While North Carolina does not allow online voting, Civitas said  SBE staff authorized an Obama campaign website, Gottaregister.com, to use a web-based registration program. The SBE’s chief lawyer responded to the charge with what the paper called a “plainly disingenuous 1984-newspeak answer.”

To say this is not “online” registration but “web-based” is like saying a certain vehicle is not a car, it’s an automobile. The point of having a “wet signature” – one in ink – is to provide a universally accepted way proving that a prospective voter is affirming in person all the facts on the form. To have an auto pen inserted at one point in this long computerized process is a far different thing. Even the Obama campaign called it online voter registration. Because, no matter how you twist words around, that’s what it is.

The voter fraud is more rampant than many are lead to believe if the corporate media even reports on it.  And it has to do with technology, namely electronic voting devices.

The technology from Allpoint Voter Services uses remote-control pens to transmit “signatures” over the Internet, according to techpresident.com. After entering voter information in an online form, the citizen “signs” it with a stylus or a finger. The Allpoint technology records the signature and then transmits it to one of two autopens – one in California, the other in Nevada. One of the pens transcribes the signature on to a paper voter registration form. Allpoint then mails the documents to local election boards – or is supposed to.

And according to Civitas, online registering is not legal, but…so-called “wet” or “web-based” might be. The group is quick to point out neither the term “wet signatures” nor the phrase “reduced to paper” are found in North Carolina’s General Statutes. The term “wet signature” was put in use in the context of elections by Allpoint to promoting the product it was providing to the Obama campaign. “Wet signature” is a term State Board of Elections General Council Don Wright returns to often, even in the legal opinion he authored to the group to support the staff decision.

The Examiner’s James Simpson points out this action could even violate federal law.

They also raise the possibility that Obama’s campaign may have been prioritizing registrations, accepting some electronically and requiring others to print and turn in their registrations by mail. Finally, county election officials reported that many of Allpoint’s registration forms appeared to have very similar signatures. George Gilbert, Board of Elections Director for Guilford County, NC, said Allpoint registrations were “immediately suspect.” While the Obama campaign couldn’t directly control party affiliation of registrants, 68 percent of the registrations were for Democratic voters and 21 percent were unaffiliated. Only 10 percent were Republican voters.

And North Carolina’s voter fraud not surprisingly is anything new. One story from WGHP Fox 8 in High Point, North Carolina has one man last year claiming a poll worker told him to vote Democrat.

There have been calls for Voter ID, but under Obama sycophant Governor Beverly Purdue, she vetoed it. Last November, Tar Heelers elected a new Republican Governor in Pat McCrory.  If Voter ID comes up, would he sign it?

UPDATE–February 26th, once again showing how BEHIND THE CURVE THEY ARE…Faux News feigns the outrage.

Wouldn’t surprise me if WCHL radio in Chapel Hill, the voice of the globalist progressives in the college town, would spin it to help the leftists.

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