Voter Fraud in Worcester Ma.

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Voter Fraud in Worcester Ma.

Mar­tin Solo­man bluntly says aloud what I’ve been hear­ing only in whis­pers.

Attached is a photo I took when a Neigh­bor to Neigh­bor orga­nizer escorted a voter into the booth as an “inter­preter” [See above]. Funny; the bal­lots were bi-​lingual so I didn’t see the need for an inter­preter. She was coach­ing vot­ers to vote all “D’s” and on a few occa­sions she actu­ally had the pen in her hand.

I was almost kicked out by the police offi­cer who was sit­ting in the room when I took this photo but I told him I’d be more coop­er­a­tive and sat back down. Soon after this photo the Baker legal team [Charles Baker, Repub­li­can can­di­date for gov­er­nor] was able to con­vince the war­den and the offi­cer that this woman was not allowed to escort any more vot­ers to the booths. She quickly changed tac­tics and started send­ing peo­ple in with a sam­ple bal­lot filled out so the voter would just copy it. Incredible!

well that’s only one exam­ple, oh wait:

These “inter­preters” were cer­tainly the call of the day. At the loca­tion I was work­ing, the “inter­preter” was a priest — or some cat with a priest col­lar on from a church that sounded any­thing but sacred. I reported him numer­ous times to the two war­dens who did talk to him, but argued with me about him being an inter­preter. I informed them that typ­i­cally inter­preters don’t talk with their hands unless they’re in the deaf com­mu­nity. And they usu­ally don’t need polling pens, to inter­pret, either. I also men­tioned that the bal­lots were bilin­gual except for the names that were all over the TV, radio, lawn signs, etc. for the past year. None of this seemed to impart any wis­dom on the wardens.

Read the whole thing and you won’t won­der why the results were so con­trary to the polls around here.

Martin Soloman bluntly says aloud what I’ve been hearing only in whispers.

Attached is a photo I took when a Neighbor to Neighbor organizer escorted a voter into the booth as an “interpreter” [See above]. Funny; the ballots were bi-lingual so I didn’t see the need for an interpreter. She was coaching voters to vote all “D’s” and on a few occasions she actually had the pen in her hand.

I was almost kicked out by the police officer who was sitting in the room when I took this photo but I told him I’d be more cooperative and sat back down. Soon after this photo the Baker legal team [Charles Baker, Republican candidate for governor] was able to convince the warden and the officer that this woman was not allowed to escort any more voters to the booths. She quickly changed tactics and started sending people in with a sample ballot filled out so the voter would just copy it. Incredible!

well that’s only one example, oh wait:

These “interpreters” were certainly the call of the day. At the location I was working, the “interpreter” was a priest — or some cat with a priest collar on from a church that sounded anything but sacred. I reported him numerous times to the two wardens who did talk to him, but argued with me about him being an interpreter. I informed them that typically interpreters don’t talk with their hands unless they’re in the deaf community. And they usually don’t need polling pens, to interpret, either. I also mentioned that the ballots were bilingual except for the names that were all over the TV, radio, lawn signs, etc. for the past year. None of this seemed to impart any wisdom on the wardens.

Read the whole thing and you won’t wonder why the results were so contrary to the polls around here.