The following letter will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice in response to the Voter Fraud cases reported. Such fraud has included examples of more votes cast then actual population, votes cast by dead people and electronic ballot machine malfunction. Please be sure to like and/or comment on this Facebook movement “Citizens Verify the 2012 Election Votes.”
As a citizens movement, we want to be sure that there are plenty of names behind it before it is submitted. It is our duty to protect the nation according to the Constitution, and our most important way we can protect and keep our nation a democracy is through our vote.
Protecting the integrity of the vote is an absolute necessity. As my friend Randy Voyard said in so many words, allowing voter fraud is the equivalent of putting a ballot box outside of Walgreens and relying on the results to be an accurate representation of the vote. We must do better to preserve our privilege to vote, a privilege many have died and continue to die for.
The “Citizens Verify the 2012 Election Votes” demands a manual audit of every vote cast. This will ensure that every vote is recorded and not a single vote more. Although poll watchers on Election Day will be hugely beneficial in reporting on-site fraud, there is no oversight as to what happens after the machines leave the polling place. On Election Day, there are plenty of people that make sure that you can vote and that you are given a machine to vote on, but there is no back validation of matching the electronic vote with the voter that shows up to the polls. This cross-referencing step would be essential to catching cases of voter fraud. We have made huge steps in securing our ability to vote, so let’s seal it with verification.
U.S. Department of Justice
Chief, Voting Section
Civil Rights Division
Room 7254 – NWB
Department of Justice
1800 G St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
Also: 950 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20530
To Whom It May Concern:
Due to past, documented, Voter-Fraud cases in America, we, and generations of Americans have been at risk of disenfranchisement and/or non-representation at American Election Departments and/or at the ballot box.
Because the lives of Americans are currently at a freedom or less-freedom crossroad, we, the people of the United States of America do hereby demand a Post-2012 Election, “Citizens Vote-Verification Audit!” We are calling for all County, City, Municipality, hamlet, and/or otherwise jurisdiction or territorial Election Departments and/or Agents to allocate immediate, Post-2012 Election Time for Citizen-Appointed, Vote-Verification Teams; to manually cross-check each 2012-Election Vote; to include American Military Votes abroad, and to cross-reference all voting machines used in said Election.
Through the powers vested in us, by The United States, Declaration of Independence, We, the people, do hereby bind the authority of governmental Election-Departments and/or Election-agencies to solely or wholly count, calculate, tabulate or abridge any and all votes in the 2012 Election; without making official provisions for an immediate, Post-Election period for manual verification and/or Election-audit (s) by the citizenry!
All Election totals reported on Election-Night by government; election-departments; numbers resource centers; the media; newswires or any public entity or public official are to be considered by the people of the United States to be pending or null and void until we, the people have completed verification of reported election-night results, and have made public, the people’s election verification or audit results or report (s).
Exhibit causes or examples for this Citizenry Directive are as follows:
New York: Massive Voter Fraud Trial in NY: “Two Veteran Democratic political operatives in Troy said voter fraud is an accepted way of winning elections, and faking absentee ballots was commonplace!”
Any mistakes; errors, structural or typographical, in this directive are to be considered valid; unless otherwise corrected or revised by, we, the American people!
Trusting but verifying (Ronald Wilson Reagan),
We, the People of the United States of America