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Voter fraud from 2008 when the infamous Al Franken was “miraculously” elected as the 60th Senate vote for the demolition derby known as Obamacare, giving credence to the notion that indeed the usurper in the WH is a serial fraud. As are the surrogates around him …

Who says voter fraud doesn’t warrant worrying about?
In the ’08 campaign, Republican Sen. Norm Coleman was running for
re-election against Democrat Al Franken. It was improbably close; on the
morning after the election, after 2.9 million people had voted, Coleman led
Franken by 725 votes.

Franken and his Democratic allies dispatched an army of lawyers to challenge the results.

Following the first canvass, Coleman’s lead had shrunk to 206 votes, which brought on months of wrangling and litigation. In the end, Franken was declared the winner by 312 votes, and was duly sworn into office in July 2009 – EIGHT MONTHS after the election.

During the controversy a conservative group named Minnesota Majority began to look into claims of voter fraud. Comparing criminal records with voting rolls, the group identified 1,099 felons – all ineligible to vote – who had voted in the Franken-Coleman race.

Minnesota Majority took the information to prosecutors across the state,
most of whom showed no interest in pursuing it.

Minnesota law however, requires authorities to investigate such leads. And to date, 177 people have been convicted – not just accused, but convicted – of voting fraudulently in the Senate race. Another 66 are currently awaiting trial.

“The numbers aren’t greater,” investigators say, “because the standard for convicting someone of voter fraud in Minnesota is that they must
have been both ineligible, and ‘knowingly’ voted unlawfully.” The accused
can get off by claiming not to have known they did anything wrong.

Still, that’s a total of 243 people either convicted of voter fraud or
awaiting trial in an election that was decided by 312 votes.

With 1,099 examples identified by Minnesota Majority, and with evidence suggesting that felons, when they do vote, strongly favor Democrats, it doesn’t require much of a leap of faith to suggest there might one day be proof that Al Franken was elected on the strength of voter fraud.

And that’s just the question of voting by felons. Minnesota Majority also found all sorts of other irregularities that cast further doubt on the Senate results.

The election was particularly important because Franken’s victory gave Senate Democrats a 60th vote in favor of President Obama’s national health care proposal  – the deciding vote to overcome a Republican filibuster. Had Coleman kept his seat, there would have been no 60th vote, and no Obamacare.

And that, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, is why WE THE PEOPLE admire the Cruz/Lee team for going ahead the other day by ‘doing what’s right’ in God’s eyes.

One day everyone will have their allotted time before the eternal assize …

God is not mocked