By “monitor,” do they mean allow dead people to vote? Milwaukee is the new Chicago! Or will they “monitor” to ensure that no pesky identification, not even voter registration identification, is required? Hey, voter fraud is less likely to happen if people need to prove who they are! That doesn’t suit. Also, racism or something.
Twitter users are savvy to the ways of Democrat fraud and immediately weigh in.
— BarbaraMcMahon((?)) (@southsalem) June 4, 2012
Left in an uproar over Tuesday already. Pulling out all the stops. Imagine how they'll be of they lose tomorrow.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 4, 2012
— (((Jai)))#NeverTrump (@JaiSimon) June 4, 2012
PICKET: (VIDEO) Axelrod on WI recall – Dems have 'army of lawyers' in WI 'ready to protect' vote http://t.co/5EaFLWUE
— Kerry Picket (@KerryPicket) June 4, 2012
By “protect vote,” do they actually mean try to ensure a win in any way possible, including fraudulent ways? The desperation is strong.
What could go wrong RT @ShannonBream: DOJ says it will monitor Tues elections in Milwaukee "to ensure compliance with the Voting Rights Act"
— Social-Distancing Craigé (@CraigR3521) June 4, 2012
.@ShannonBream FYI: DOJ will be using members of the New Black Panther Party in Milwaukee to ensure compliance with the Voting Rights Act 🙂
— Ben (@WyattBEarp) June 4, 2012
— Hank Rearden (@mlkahnke) June 4, 2012
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) June 4, 2012
A nervous Debbie Wasserman Schultz called the Wisconsin election a “dry run” for Team Obama. Looks like they are using it as a “dry run” for how best to achieve voter fraud.