Part 2: Top Blog Posts of 2018 – Vote Fraud, Ballot Mishandling, and the Obstruction of Free Speech

The 2018 election saw the continuance of the Democrats' attempts at vote fraud, voter disenfranchisement, and ballot mishandling at the county and state levels. Republicans also experienced an attack on the their First Amendment rights, but luckily Republican free speech advocates are on their side. The below posts show exactly how Democrats have influenced elections and interfered with individuals' rights.

5. Non-Citizens Don’t Have to be Removed from Voting Rolls, Even If They Tell You. "Ann Harris Bennett, registrar for Harris County in Texas, is battling to keep secret the names of non-citizens who signed up to vote and, in some cases, may have even cast ballots. In a federal court filing last week she said people can be removed for other reasons, but there is no requirement for her to erase names of people even after they tell her they aren’t citizens. [Emphasis added.]" We need to parse that last sentence briefly. Registrar Bennett is saying that if non-citizens tell her they are not eligible to vote, she does not have to remove them from the voter rolls.

4. Latest Voting Problem in Pennsylvania: 100,000 Noncitizens Registered to Vote. RNLA Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter Leader Linda Kerns continues to uncover problems with elections in Pennsylvania.  Yesterday the Washington Times wrote an article entitled Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania, which stated: "The 100,000 number cited in the lawsuit comes from testimony given by Philadelphia [Election] Commissioner Al Schmidt, who revealed the glitch in the state motor vehicle bureau’s systems that prompted noncitizens to register to vote."

3. Absentee Ballot Mishandling Raises Questions about NM Congressional Race Results. New Mexico has yet again proven that the feudal system and political corruption is alive and well in the Land of Enchantment. On election night, Republican Yvette Herrell led Democrat Xochitl Torres Small by 1,972 votes and was declared a winner by several news outlets, but then the Dona Ana County Clerk found 8,000 absentee ballots that still needed to be added to the total. By the end of Wednesday, Torres Small had a substantial, 2,700 vote lead over Herrell; therefore making Torres Small the winner, not Herrell.

2. ICYMI: RNLA VP Wins Major Victory for Free Speech on Campus. This victory is bigger than YAF and the Berkeley College Republicans.  As Harmeet stated: "This landmark settlement means that all students at UC Berkeley now have the exciting opportunity to hear a variety of viewpoints on campus without the artificial tax of security fees selectively imposed on disfavored speech. I'm grateful to YAF and BCR for their leadership on the fundamental issue of free speech on campus. The impact of this settlement cannot be overstated."

1. America’s "Worst" Election Official is Finally Starting to Pay for Her Fraud and/or Incompetence. Broward County Election Official Brenda Snipes is finally starting to face the music for her years of admitted vote fraud and incompetence. . . . "Broward Circuit Judge Raag Singhal issued an order Friday determining that Supervisor Brenda Snipes' office improperly discarded thousands of ballots cast two years ago in the Democratic primary race between Tim Canova and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. In a ruling first reported by Politico, Singhal sided with Canova, who filed a lawsuit last year after he said Snipes ignored and then illegally obstructed his request to copy and inspect ballots."


The first five top-ten posts for this year were posted on Friday.  Happy New Year!