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With midterm elections less than two months away, it’s a good time to look back at the democratic voter fraud, election violations and attempted murder of government witnesses since Americans last went to the polls in 2004.
Democratic Voter Fraud, The Real Story – Part 2
The real story of the many democratic convictions of voter fraud in the United States since 2004. This gives you a shocking look at who is really stealing elections and much, much more!
(Yeah, that’s the Gateway Arch in the background.)
(Continued) Days earlier… Kelvin Ellis, an East St. Louis top administrator and ex-con, heard that a female acquaintance of his had met with FBI agents on October 5th for questioning about voter fraud. That is when Ellis took action. He first talked of keeping her quiet but the taped conversations with an undisclosed witness quickly got more sinister.
“I want her credibility destroyed,” Ellis is reported to have said. “She is trying to destroy us. No telling what she’s saying.”
Ellis worked on a plan to plant one-half ounce of crack cocaine on the witness and have her arrested.
As the weeks passed, the conversations turned more sinister, with Ellis saying on Nov. 19, “I want her… taken out, however we have to do it.”
The talk shifted from a set-up to Ellis’ alleged instructions to “dispose of her.”
Later, Ellis was shown a photograph “depicting what appeared to be the murdered” witness. Ellis was told, falsely, that she was thrown to the bottom of Horseshoe Lake in Madison County, Illinois.
Ellis was indicted for voter fraud and/or conspiracy and attempted murder.
These local democrats were convicted of election violations and/or attempted murder:
-In March 2005, Democratic Precinct committeemen Leroy Scott Jr., Lillie Nichols,; Terrance R. Stith, and his wife, precinct worker Sandra Stith,; entered guilty pleas to one count each of vote-buying.
-In July 2005 a jury in the East St. Louis gave out guilty verdicts for all five defendants in the biggest vote fraud case in the area’s history:
Convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit vote fraud was Charles Powell Jr., head of the city’s powerful Democratic Central Committee and a former city council member.
Convicted of conspiracy and vote fraud were:
• Kelvin Ellis, East St. Louis top administrator, who previously served a federal prison term for extortion in the early 1990s.
• Yvette Johnson, secretary to the city Democratic organization.
• Democratic precinct committeemen Sheila Thomas and Jesse Lewis.
Kelvin Ellis later entered a guilty plea for attempted murder.
However, his “running a prostitution ring out of City Hall” charge did not make it to court!
The State of Missouri heard final arguments on Wednesday, September 6th, against the voter ID legislation passed by Republican Governor Matt Blunt. ACLU lawyer Burton Newman is challenging the law and represents the city governments of St. Louis and Kansas City.
The law is a step in the right direction and will increase confidence in the election process. It will also keep Alderman Albert “Red” Villa out of the polling booth and let him rest in peace after his many years of public service.
No wonder it’s so unpopular with democrats!
Keep an eye on the blogs for this and other election news. And, please be kind to the one next to you at the polling station. They may be dead!