Despite Attorney General Eric Holder's -- and the Democrat Party's -- denial of widespread voter fraud in the United States, North Carolina state election officials uncovered evidence of just that: widespread voter fraud, according to morning drive anchor Doug Kellett at news/talk radio WPTF in Raleigh, N.C., on Thursday morning. Unfortunately, this report regarding voter fraud and the need for Voter ID laws received scant coverage by the majority of news media organizations, said Kellett.
"While the news media prefer to cover Rose Garden speeches about Obamacare success stories, they gave this disturbing news story short shrift, and little, if any, coverage," said political strategist Mike Baker.
According to WPTF's Kellett, who was interviewing the Law Enforcement Examiner during the morning drive, the state's Board of Elections discovered that there were tens of thousands of registered voters from the state whose individual information matched the information of registered voters in other states. Those registered suspects appeared to have cast votes during the 2012 presidential election in states other than North Carolina.
Kellett noted that there were votes cast by individuals who had died before Election Day 2012.
The investigators claimed they searched databases in 27 other U.S. states and more than 100 million voter records for personal data such as names, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers.
Their probe uncovered the names of more than 35,000 North Carolina voters from 2012 who shared the same first names, last names, and dates of birth with individuals who voted in other states. Another 765 residents who voted in 2012 had the exact same names, birthdays, and final four digits of a Social Security number as voters elsewhere, according to reports.
The Board of Election officials' findings included :
- 35,750 voters with the same first and last name and DOB were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in both states in the 2012 general election.
- 155,692 voters with the same first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state – and the latest date of registration or voter activity did not take place within N.C.
North Carolina's state lawmakers were told by officials that 81 North Carolina residents who passed away prior to the 2012 elections actually did vote in 2012, Kellett noted.