Hillary Clinton’s road to victory over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary was riddled with numerous accusations of cheating, lawsuits for election fraud, and evidence of outright vote rigging.
Is it any surprise that these stories are already popping up in the build-up to the general election?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has warned supporters for months to be wary of the supposedly rigged system.
Heading the warning, one quick thinking Trump supporter caught self-identified Democrats red handed, committing what appears to be felony voter fraud in Nevada, a battleground state.
Voter registration drives can’t solicit votes for, or against, any particular candidate.
The law states —
A county clerk, field registrar, employee of a voter registration agency or person assisting a voter pursuant to subsection 13 of NRS 293.5235 shall not:
(a) Solicit a vote for or against a particular question or candidate;
(b) Speak to a voter on the subject of marking his or her ballot for or against a particular question or candidate; or
(c) Distribute any petition or other material concerning a candidate or question which will be on the ballot for the ensuing election,
while registering an elector.
This isn’t a minor offense, either. The alleged violations above are a class E felony —
15. A person who violates any of the provisions of subsection 8, 9, 10, 12 or 13 is guilty of a category E felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130.Which means the woman in the video– and her bosses – could be facing serious jail time, should the allegations be proven true.
(e) A category E felony is a felony for which a court shall sentence a convicted person to imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 1 year and a maximum term of not more than 4 years. Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (b) of subsection 1 of NRS 176A.100, upon sentencing a person who is found guilty of a category E felony, the court shall suspend the execution of the sentence and grant probation to the person upon such conditions as the court deems appropriate. Such conditions of probation may include, but are not limited to, requiring the person to serve a term of confinement of not more than 1 year in the county jail. In addition to any other penalty, the court may impose a fine of not more than $5,000, unless a greater penalty is authorized or required by statute.This isn’t the first time the Clinton campaign has run into controversy in Nevada. In September 2015, a hidden camera investigation from Project Veritas caught Clinton campaign managers in the state to “do whatever you can, whatever you can get away with just do it.”
Though it appears Trump supporters have finally uncovered smoking gun proof of voter fraud being committed by the Clinton campaign, the mainstream media has been silent on the issue.
One could imagine the uproar if the shoe was on the other foot, however, and the mainstream media got a hold of a video of Trump supporters committing felony fraud.
— The Horn editorial team