Justice Department significantly reducing number of federal observers stationed inside polling places


The Justice Department is significantly reducing the number of federal observers stationed inside polling places in next month’s election at the same time that voters will face strict new election laws in more than a dozen states.

These laws, including requirements to present certain kinds of photo identification, are expected to lead to disputes at the polls. Adding to the potential for confusion, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has called for his supporters to police the polls themselves for fraud.

h/t Todd

  • kkruger71

    I don’t blame Trump calling for people to police these things themselves, but frankly the voter fraud looks to be well beyond the average citizen to keep tabs on. It really is sad but I am going to be well past the point of suspicious when the numbers start rolling in this election. Many on the left already think Bush won by fraud, add into that the mantra of “by any means necessary” and there is no doubt that this election will be rife with fraud.
    And no mainstream media will give it even close to the attention it deserves.

  • USAF Vet

    Nothing to see here folks, move along. S.O.S.

  • QiPo

    Is this another Alinskisim? Remember students, if you don’t see the crime, you retain your plausible deniability even under oath. Rule #13?

  • Hard Little Machine

    The ‘votes’ have already been counted. All they’ve been doing is spinning a story THEY will tell you, is the plausible reason for the outcome that’s already been determined. Hillary NEEDS a landslide so laughably large in order to govern that the media is challenged to come up with a fake narrative that works. Come election day Hillary will ‘win’ with 90% of the vote? 95%? 99%? Whatever. And then in a week or two they’ll be another leak that they were arguing about these numbers before the election and what would make a good sell. But it won’t matter because Americans finally got the leader they wanted and deserved.