Santa Claus. The Easter Bunny. Voter fraud. What do they all have in common?
Let’s ask an expert:
There is no real concrete evidence of voter fraud. It's a big ass lie. #Whopper You can't prove it. It's not happening and that is the lie.
— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) October 18, 2014
So noted, Donna. That means the following didn’t happen, and the man claiming it did happen is a big-ass liar.
The first case of voter fraud in New Mexico this election has been confirmed by the Rio Arriba County Clerk’s Office.
According to the Rio Arriba County Clerk’s office, a voter trying to cast an early ballot in Espanola Saturday was told he had already voted three days prior.
The man told poll workers he hadn’t voted. He was then shown the signature of the voter, but he says it wasn’t his signature.
This would be a matter for concern, if it had actually happened. But as we’ve been instructed by Donna Brazile, and lots of other people who are every bit as intelligent and honest as Donna Brazile, voter fraud doesn’t exist and you can’t prove it does and shut up shut up SHUT UP.
(Hat tip: Pundit Press)