Friday, March 10, 2017

How many times have you heard the mainstream media say there is no voter fraud. A hundred times? A thousand times?

Rebecca Hammonds, an Ohio woman pleaded guilty to 14 counts of voter fraud. She claims she’s an activist. I say: “No lady, you’re a criminal who needs to have her voting privileges removed forever.”

Hammonds was originally charged with 35 counts of voter fraud. She received six months in prison.

Here are more details from the Daily Wire:

“It was fraud. It was dozens of forms where people that were deceased or just forged flat out,” said Adam Booth, Columbiana County elections director. “They signed their name and it wasn’t even the voter, the wrong date of birth, wrong streets.”

Booth said the criminal was caught in the fraud scam because his officer took the right precautions, making sure “all the information matches up, from their first name, middle name, last name, to all the identifiers.”

It wasn’t “a situation where she had a quota system,” said Deckert. “I think it just may have come down to human laziness.”

“I just can’t overlook this. You attempted to violate the integrity of our election process in the county,” said residing Judge C. Ashley Pike.

“You made a mockery of our system,” added Judge Pike. “If 180 days [in the county jail] doesn’t teach you a lesson, nothing will.”

You can see more here:

Video Credit: WKBN27

Hell yeah it was fraud. That’s the understatement of the year. You can tell the judge was not happy with Hammonds’s actions, but I still believe she got off light. He didn’t throw the book at her, it was more like a pencil.

If it was up to me, she would never be allowed to vote, hang around a voting precinct, or campaign for anyone ever again.

Do you think the judge was too light in his sentencing? How would you have dealt with this criminal? Share your opinions below and add this to your Facebook/Twitter page.

H/T: Daily Wire

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