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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Voter Fraud Leads to Removal of Alabama Mayor

The mayor of Gordon, Alabama, was removed from office last week after a jury found him guilty on two felony counts of absentee ballot fraud. Both he and his one-time constituents are learning firsthand the high price of voter fraud.

Of course, to hear many on the left tell the story, voter fraud isn’t real. They say fraud is just a myth designed by conservatives to suppress liberal voters. On the rare occasion that they acknowledge that voter fraud exists, they claim it is“vanishingly rare” and entirely insignificant.

Tell that to the residents of Gordon.

Their faith in the sanctity of the town’s electoral process may be diminished, and who could blame them? After all, the now former mayor, Elbert Melton, was willing to cheat to win.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Salisbury!