CHICAGO – Every state is reporting massive voter fraud already for tomorrow’s midterm elections.
Election officials in every state are reporting increased voter fraud – both in the ballots already cast and with the voting machines that will be used tomorrow.
Nevada is a state that seems to be completely unraveling ahead of the election. “Harry Reid’s name is already checked on over half of the machines that have been sent to polling places,” said Las Vegas reporter Greg Hartman. “Early ballots have been cast from over 10,000 dead people and many union members have voted twice already. It’s out of control!”
Attorney General, Eric Holder, does not seemed concerned about Nevada, or any of the other blue states. “We are going to put together a task force in December to look into whether or not we should investigate the reports of voter fraud. We hope to have a decision about this matter by January of 2012.”
Meanwhile, both parties seem to be “getting out the voter fraud” for tomorrow’s election. Here are some reports from the states:
ALASKA: Lisa Murkowski and her campaign staff spent the weekend filing out over 20,000 write-in ballots to hand out to voters BEFORE they go into the voting booth. Murkowski’s brother-in-law, Todd Bench, is the leader of the union that will be in charge of moving voting machines around the state. Republican senate candidate, Joe Miller, is not happy.
WASHINGTON - State officials are going to allow Canadian citizens to cross the border – as long as they vote for incumbent Patty Murray (D) for Senate.