Ma Barker speechified at historically-black Texas Southern U. in Houston: “I call on Republicans at all levels of government, with all manner of ambition to stop fear-mongering about a phantom epidemic of election fraud and start explaining why they are so scared of letting citizens have their say.”
I.E., by quashing voter i.d. laws, a hindrance not to citizens, but to illegal immigrants voting.
Liberal Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens (now retired and replaced by Elena Kagan) wrote in a recent opinion: “[F]lagrant examples of such fraud …have been documented throughout this Nation’s history by respected historians and journalists…not only is the risk of voter fraud real but that it could affect the outcome of a close election.”
No wonder Ma’s not taking snooze media questions. They might not all be reliable Democrat lapdogs, eh Ma? She knows the truth about voter fraud, to the extent that she deals in truth. She just figures her probable voters aren’t educated enough to know. And she’s not going to enlighten them, are you Ma?
UPDATE: Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican considering a presidential run, accused Clinton on Friday of ‘demagoguery.’ “Don’t be running around the country dividing Americans,” he told Fox News.
Ah, but that’s what Ma does. That’s how she and her Democrat cronies do it. Divide and conquer. It’s worked for them more often than not.