Set the bar for voter fraud at ground level and NY could find a way to bury it.
Yesterday, Fox News fraud investigators reported several Democrat irregularities in the close NY-1 race:
A Fox News Voter Fraud Unit review of approximately 438 of the absentee ballot voters, who also maintain mailing addresses in New York City, reveals that 48 have double registrations. They voted by absentee ballot in Suffolk County, but are also listed as current "active" voters on the New York City rolls. Being registered in two separate jurisdictions is illegal and is a felony in New York State.
Keep in mind that Fox News took only a sample of ballots and found that nearly 11% of the absentees cast, were ballots where Democrats voted twice. There were over 10,000 absentee ballots cast and Democrat Tim Bishop maintains only a small lead of 235 votes after the absentee count concluded last week.
Fox News also found a trend as to where all this voter fraud originated:
The overwhelming majority of the Long Island voters, who are also on the New York City voter rolls, appear to be wealthy Manhattanites who own second-homes in the posh resort towns of East Hampton, Southampton, Montauk, Amagansett and Shelter Island. Many of them voted in Manhattan as recently as last November in New York City's mayoral election, and in the presidential election of 2008.
So the limousine liberals voted twice. Keep in mind that these are the same massively rich liberals that want to tax small businesses earning $200,000 or over.
Today, Tim Bishop and Randy Altschuler will appear before a judge to argue over nearly 2,000 challenged ballots. The media template has been that since Republican Randy Altschuler has challenged more ballots than Tim Bishop, Tim Bishop will be the likely winner. Given the rampant voter fraud discovered, this template is flawed at best. But, the election is now in the hands of NY's judicial activists who have made a career of inventing new rights for liberal groups. I wouldn't put it past them to give Manhattan liberals the right to vote twice.