Voter fraud is a myth. It never happens. It’s all a conspiracy theory conjured up by the right to push for racist voter ID laws that only serve to bar Democrats from voting. After all, statistics show that most dead people vote Democrat. And Republicans want nothing more than to strip those people of their voting rights, simply because they’re no longer living and may not possess a “valid” ID.
So, vote fraud doesn’t happen. Except in the cases that it does happen:
A former Ohio poll worker sentenced to five years in prison for voting illegally on behalf of other people has been released from prison after less than a year behind bars.
Melowese Richardson of Madisonville was released Tuesday after her attorney says she gave him permission to reveal that she has bipolar disorder.
Her attorney, David Singleton, shared Richardson’s medical records with Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters.
After reviewing the case, Deters asked Judge Robert Ruehlman to allow Richardson to be released.
“In the interest of justice, it is time for her to go home,” Deters said, according to WCPO-TV.
Ruehlman agreed and placed Richardson on five years of probation.
Singleton said justice was served with Richardson’s early release.
“Justice was done in this case today,”Singleton told WXIX-TV. “We are grateful to Prosecuting Attorney Joe Deters for stepping up to ask the judge to release Melowese in light of the new information. We are thankful to Judge Ruehlman for revisiting his sentence and placing Ms. Richardson on probation.”
The 59-year-old Richardson previously told a TV station that she had voted multiple times for President Barack Obama on behalf of herself and family members. She had said she had no intent to commit voter fraud.
I wonder if those other family members went ahead and voted for themselves too. We’ll probably never know, since you can’t trust those electronic voting machines that were designed to be hacked into and to leave no paper trail. Very convenient for those in power. Pander to the crowd about “voting rights” and “democracy,” all the while controlling the voting machines. What was it that Stalin said? “Those who cast the votes decide nothing; those who count the votes decide everything.”