Once again we have a liberal leader urging vote fraud, this time in one of the most targeted and watched races during the 2014 campaign:
Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu’s chief-of-staff was present at an event held a day before the midterm election in which his father, a Louisiana mayor, urged people to vote twice in order to re-elect Landrieu.
“If you early voted, go vote again tomorrow,” Cravins Sr. told the crowd which was gathered at the Charcoal Lounge.
As bad as Mayor Cravins’ statement is and as much news as it is getting just as important is the next thing the Mayor says:
“One more time’s not going to hurt,” Cravins Sr. says. “Tomorrow we’re going to elect Earl Taylor as D.A. so he won’t prosecute you if you vote twice.”
There is a large problem with fighting vote fraud. Liberal leaders such as Al Sharpton are giving standing ovations for those who commit vote fraud and attacking the police in places for even investigating it.
But worse of all liberals can commit this crime without fear of retribution as district attorneys such as Earl Taylor won’t prosecute. The left tries to define voter fraud as impersonation and only counts convictions. Now we know why the left only counts convictions for vote fraud, they know that Democrat DAs won’t prosecute.