Election Journal is building up to be one of the great success stories of the online right. It documents how elections actually take place on the ground, the reality of which many liberals deny. Yesterday, they went to Atlantic City. They documented a Democratic Ward leader who was physically assaulted by a Democratic operative, had absentee ballots stolen from his hands by another Democratic operative, and impersonated. Having grown up in Chicago adn seen Philadelphia elections up close, I can assure you that there is the standard modus operandi in many cities. Watch the story here:

Only by documenting these things will we ever stop Democratic election crime (violence, bribery, etc.) This is exactly the sort of things that we need to be doing more of.

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