Plenty of evidence of voter fraud
The Monitor’s July 29 editorial exhorting the League of Women Voters and the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union to file suit blocking the implementation of the new voter ID law is rife with false ‘’facts.’’ A simple internet search shows there is ample evidence of voter fraud. Election fraud by its very nature compromises the integrity of our elections because a fraudulent vote negates a legitimate vote.
I remember this very newspaper demanding the prosecution of James O’Keefe for his videotaping how easy it was to obtain a ballot and commit election fraud in New Hampshire. No evidence of voter fraud? How about the NAACP Executive Committeewoman Lessadolla Sowers of Mississippi convicted on 10 counts of election fraud? How about ACORN pleading guilty to election fraud and fined $5,000 in Nevada and settling a civil racketeering suit filed by the Center For Constitutional Law in Ohio, agreeing to leave the state and not ever return? How about convictions for election fraud in states like Florida, New York, West Virginia and Minnesota (prosecuted by now U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar) or ongoing election fraud cases being prosecuted by Democrats in Florida, Nevada and Pennsylvania?
However, I have to congratulate the Monitor for hitting each of the New Hampshire Democratic Party talking points.
Any lawyer worth his salt will tell you a lawsuit on this matter will be unsuccessful. The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that Indiana’s voter ID law is constitutional and permissible.
HARRY D. BARNETT