I heard just a snip of Phil Valentine's radio program while in the car Friday where voter fraud in Davidson County was being outed. I didn't catch it all but thankfully Inoculated did and provides the details. Read it all and when you go in to vote, don't be shy about noticing what's going on around you. Here's a bit of Inoculated's very detailed coverage.
[Davidson County Election Commissioner Lynn Greer] informed Phil and his listeners that earlier today, someone was bringing in vanloads of non-English-speaking Mexicans with no identification to one of the Nashville early voting locations. Along with the non-English speaking individuals came a bilingual woman to act as their interpreter. She informed the election personnel that she would accompany the voters into the booth, read the ballot for them, and insure that their vote was cast for the candidates of their choice.The Davidson County Election Commission said you have to understand/speak/read English to be a citizen. Since they couldn't, they couldn't vote.
However, someone prevailed upon Mr. Barrett to call the state in order to verify the Commission's decision. Brook Thompson, the Tennessee State Election Coordinator, then ordered Mr. Barrett and the Davidson County Election Commission to allow these non-English-speaking individuals to vote through their bilingual interpreter despite their lack of any sort of identification and total unfamiliarity with the English language.I'd like to know which voting locations, who this woman is, who arranged the van loads of 'voters' and why the local media hasn't picked up on this. Considering the upcoming English as our official language vote in January, the requirement that legal immigrants know English and the massive voter fraud that is going on around the nation...what's not to like about expending pixels and ink on this story?
I'd also like to know what the Davidson County Election Commission is currently doing to ensure the honesty of our election.
Hat Tip: Bill Hobbs who is exactly right when he writes:
"Voters of Tennessee can put an end to the Democrats' reign of error by electing more Republicans to the state legislature. How many more? Republicans currently hold 16 Senate seats and 46 House seats, a total of 62 seats. It takes 67 to take over the State Election Commission."The Democrats stole the election from their own Sen. Rosalind Kurita despite her having the people's vote and they were a party to enabling these shenanigans in Davidson County. They don't need to remain in control of our election process.