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Nothing brings out the humanitarianism in Democrats like an election.

From mass registration of illegal aliens to pre-stuffed ballot boxes, Democrats are ready for any contingency that might stand in the way of the right people — their people — getting into office.

They just want to help.

That’s why this gentleman was caught on videotape in Maricopa County, Arizona, stuffing a ballot box full of votes and wearing the T-shirt of a local Democratic nonprofit. All legit, of course.

That’s why the Washington Post published a map showing which states let you vote without ID.

That’s also why the aforementioned map was tweeted by the Chicago chapter of Asian Americans for Advancing Justice with the message, “Reminder — #Illinois does NOT require #voterID to cast a ballot,” a message which was re-tweeted by La Raza, the non-racist Latino movement that means “The Race” and which promotes “taking back” the American Southwest.

And that’s why electronic voting machines in some districts helpfully change your Republican vote to Democrat, as captured in this video from Moline, Illinois.

As the video clearly shows, pressing Republican on this machine, which the video’s poster says was in the Moline Public Library, records a vote for the Democrat challenger.

Other such problems have been reported in Illinois, the home of President Barack Obama and the notorious Chicago political machine. Republican candidate for state representative Jim Moynihan went to vote at the Schaumburg Public Library last week and watched the machine change his own vote for himself to a vote for his opponent.

“I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent,” Moynihan told the Illinois Review. “You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.”

The explanation offered so far is simple “calibration errors,” which must be true because the machine in the video is clearly calibrated to vote for Democrats, and who would do such a thing on purpose?



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Tad Cronn is a member of an endangered species, the California conservative. Once abundant, California conservatives have seen their habitat increasingly overrun and heavily regulated by Los Angeles liberals and other non-native rodent species. This makes surviving conservatives such as Tad very grumpy and prone to sarcasm. Feed him at your own risk.

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