Illusion of choice. The Election joke
A post from Tyler Derdan at zerohedge.com
For the past couple of days we’ve been writing about a police investigation underway in Delaware County, PA related to a potentially illegal scheme to fraudulently register voters. As it turns out, the left coast may be experiencing some voter fraud of their own…shocking.
According Fox News, San Pedro, CA resident Jerry Mosna got a bit of a surprise on Saturday morning when he discovered 83 actual live 2016 ballots on his doorstep. All 83 of the ballots were addressed to his neighbor but each had a different name. Given that his neighbor is an 89-year old lady, who lives alone in her two bedroom apartment, Mosna was fairly confident that the ballots were not intended for her and reported them to his county registrar.
The 83 ballots, each unused, were addressed to different people, all supposedly living in his elderly neighbor’s two-bedroom apartment.
“I think this is spooky,” Mosna said. “All the different names, none we recognize, all at one address.”
His wife, Madalena Mosna, noted their 89-year-old neighbor lives by herself, and, “Eighty people can’t fit in that apartment.”
They took the ballots to the Los Angeles Police Department, but were directed to the post office. They felt little comfort there would be an investigation, and called another neighbor, John Cracchiolo – who contacted the Los Angeles County Registrar’s office.
A spokeswoman for the Registrar said the office will investigate. Both Cracchiolo and Jerry Mosna told FoxNews.com they think they stumbled upon a case of fraud.
Of course, just like in Pennsylvania, California officials are warning people not to jump to conclusions because this is all likely just a simple mistake. In this particular case, apparently we’re to believe that extra live ballots were randomly printed with the names of 83 different people on them and then sent to the same address because of a “system error.” We assume the “system error” has been linked back to Russia by 784 distinct U.S. intelligence agencies but we’re awaiting official confirmation on that.
In a statement, the office of the Registrar said, “We are carefully reviewing our records and gathering information to fully identify what took place. Our preliminary assessment is that this appears to be an isolated situation related to a system error that occurred causing duplicate ballots to be issued to an address entered for a single voter. We are working directly with the system vendor to ensure the issue is addressed and to identify any similar occurrences.”
And we’ll end with this summary just one more time: