Is Democrat voting a vast criminal conspiracy?

Thomas Lifson posted a recent blog piece pointing to some voting statistics reported by the Huffington Post.  The gist of the H.P. piece was that Democrat voter turnout was down hugely in those states where voter ID legislation has been enacted – a decline some 285% greater than in states with no voter ID laws, in fact.  While it is of course impossible to attribute direct cause and effect with no more proof than that available to us through our own lying eyes, we conservatives who have long advocated for voter identification are entitled to share a few smug eye rolls and some muttered told-you-sos.

But the larger question is that should the statistics Lifson cites prove out through the remainder of this election year, will we then be looking at a nationwide turndown in Democrat voting in these states that have enacted voter identification laws?  And will that then provide further evidence that many past campaigns in this country have most likely been determined by fraudulent voting?

If the Democrat voter turnout trend continues through the general election to be significantly lower only in those states where voter ID laws have been recently enacted, you can bet the farm the Democrat leadership will be tap-dancing all over the place to find whatever other possible explanation they can.  That may be easier for them if their presidential candidate loses, for they can then blame lack of voter interest due to poor candidate performance.  However, that still won't explain away the differential in voter turnout between states with no voter ID laws, where turnout remains relatively unchanged, and those states where voter ID was recently enacted and the vote declined significantly.

What will then become evident is that the Democratic Party has been engaged in voter fraud on a broad, nationwide scale.  An even more disturbing revelation that is sure to arise from all this is that the Democratic Party has most likely encouraged voter fraud in minority communities, where criminal evidence of such fraud is most commonly found.  While I'm not about to contend that all voter fraud takes place in minority precincts, news stories of criminal voter fraud and the results will almost always be in those communities.

Not only do I believe that Democrats are engaged in widespread voter fraud, but I believe they are playing the minority communities, black and Hispanic, to do the heavy lifting for them in this criminal enterprise.  And to my way of thinking, that constitutes a vast criminal conspiracy on the part of the Democratic Party to undermine the electoral process with millions of fraudulent votes through a callous manipulation of their controlled minorities.

Thomas Lifson posted a recent blog piece pointing to some voting statistics reported by the Huffington Post.  The gist of the H.P. piece was that Democrat voter turnout was down hugely in those states where voter ID legislation has been enacted – a decline some 285% greater than in states with no voter ID laws, in fact.  While it is of course impossible to attribute direct cause and effect with no more proof than that available to us through our own lying eyes, we conservatives who have long advocated for voter identification are entitled to share a few smug eye rolls and some muttered told-you-sos.

But the larger question is that should the statistics Lifson cites prove out through the remainder of this election year, will we then be looking at a nationwide turndown in Democrat voting in these states that have enacted voter identification laws?  And will that then provide further evidence that many past campaigns in this country have most likely been determined by fraudulent voting?

If the Democrat voter turnout trend continues through the general election to be significantly lower only in those states where voter ID laws have been recently enacted, you can bet the farm the Democrat leadership will be tap-dancing all over the place to find whatever other possible explanation they can.  That may be easier for them if their presidential candidate loses, for they can then blame lack of voter interest due to poor candidate performance.  However, that still won't explain away the differential in voter turnout between states with no voter ID laws, where turnout remains relatively unchanged, and those states where voter ID was recently enacted and the vote declined significantly.

What will then become evident is that the Democratic Party has been engaged in voter fraud on a broad, nationwide scale.  An even more disturbing revelation that is sure to arise from all this is that the Democratic Party has most likely encouraged voter fraud in minority communities, where criminal evidence of such fraud is most commonly found.  While I'm not about to contend that all voter fraud takes place in minority precincts, news stories of criminal voter fraud and the results will almost always be in those communities.

Not only do I believe that Democrats are engaged in widespread voter fraud, but I believe they are playing the minority communities, black and Hispanic, to do the heavy lifting for them in this criminal enterprise.  And to my way of thinking, that constitutes a vast criminal conspiracy on the part of the Democratic Party to undermine the electoral process with millions of fraudulent votes through a callous manipulation of their controlled minorities.