There is voter fraud in Pennsylvania. Here are some numbers to prove it.
4 = number of persons convicted of voter fraud in Pennsylvania since the year 2004, including the time when Gov. Corbett was Attorney General. All 4 cases involved people registering when not eligible.
0 = number of persons convicted of a voter pretending to be someone he or she was not, in other words, the very thing the voter ID law is supposed to prevent, since the year 2004 including the time when Gov. Corbett was Attorney General.
20,000,000 = number of votes cast in Pennsylvania since 2004. That’s 4/20,000,000 votes cast which is 1 in 5,000,000 or 0.00002% of the votes cast. For those readers who are of a betting sort, the odds of winning a state lottery are a much higher 1 in 4,000,000 or 0.00000025.
700,000 = the approximate number of Pennsylvania voters who do not have a valid PA Driver’s License who are otherwise eligible to vote. According to the Washington Post, 11 percent of all Americans lack a photo ID, including 20 percent of voters younger than 29, 15 percent of those earning less than $35,000 per year, and a full quarter of all African Americans.
4 = former Pennsylvania Speaker of the House John Perzel, his brother-in-law Samuel “Buzz” Stokes, his nephew Eric Ruth, and Donald McClintock, who were recently sentenced and convicted of using public employees and other resources from the taxpayer financed House Republican technology office for political purposes.
0 = COMBINED total amount of actual jail time Samuel “Buzz” Stokes, former State House speaker John Perzel’s brother-in-law; Eric Ruth, John Perzel’s 37 year old nephew, and Donald McClintock received for using public employees and other resources from the taxpayer financed House Republican technology office for political purposes.
$10,000,000 = amount of taxpayer money convicted felon and former Pennsylvania Speaker of the House John Perzel admits to stealing from Pennsylvania taxpayers to buy sophisticated computer equipment and technology to become governor of Pennsylvania and to help fellow Republicans gets elected to the state legislature.
22 months = actual jail time convicted felon and former Pennsylvania Speaker of the House John Perzel will receive if he behaves in prison.
104 – 88. Pennsylvania House vote total for the Pennsylvania voter ID law. All Republicans except 3 voted for the bill. Every Democrat voted against it.
Worthless = the number of elections perverted by convicted felon and former Speaker of the Pennsylvania House John Perzel’s schemes.
Priceless = the number of Pennsylvania citizens who will disenfranchised by the voter ID law.
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