FBI Vote Fraud Raid Outside Philadelphia Stings Hillary Democrats
FBI has raided a Democrat office outside Philly looking for evidence related to voter fraud. The entity raided was tied to 3 cases of mass voter fraud in the 2012 election. The news comes less than 1 day after a frivolous DNC lawsuit against Trump is all but dismissed.
An article on the Philadelphia Inquires website quietly revealed Democratic offices in outside of Philadelphia were raided by the FBI looking for the evidence related to voter fraud.
The warrant executed didn’t specify the reason for the raid but FBI agents stated agents also were looking for “templates . . . utilized to construct fraudulent voter registration forms” and “completed voter registration forms containing same or similar identifying information of individuals on multiple forms.”
The raids were carried out at the offices of FieldWorks LLC which was involved in 3 separate incidents of mass voter fraud during the 2012 election.
This news comes as the Hillary Clinton campaign aid Neera Tanden instructed Hillary Clinton media surrogates tried to spin a ruling on a frivolous lawsuit against Trump alleging voter intimidation as “the biggest election law victory of Dems in the last month.”
However the story has fizzled because the claims the ruling ordered “pretty broad discovery required in short order”, with hearing on November 4 was just the opposite.
Instead, the Democrats lawsuit against the RNC had 6 of their 7 requests for relief denied outright with the court ruling several members of the RNC simply need to submit written affidavits in response to the charges.
Ironically, Philadelphia is one of the cities that the Democrat’s lawsuit alleged Trump was attempting to commit voter fraud in by asking volunteers to become election monitors.
Via the Philadelphia Inquirer:
State raids Delco offices, seeking evidence of voter registration fraud
Pennsylvania state police have raided a Delaware County political field office seeking evidence of possible voter-registration fraud, according to court records.
The warrant did not specify the nature of the probe, but said agents also were looking for “templates . . . utilized to construct fraudulent voter registration forms” and “completed voter registration forms containing same or similar identifying information of individuals on multiple forms.”
FieldWorks describes itself as “a nationally recognized grassroots organizing firm founded to help progressive organizations, advocacy groups, and members of the Democratic family take their public engagement and electoral strategies to the next level.” It was founded in 2001, according to its promotional information online.
In 2012, FieldWorks’ voter registration efforts in Ohio sparked some controversy. FieldWorks employees filed thousands of new voter registration cards in the final week before the registration deadline. Some of them were found to be fraudulent.
In that same election, FieldWorks included a cover letter with its mass voter filing warning that it itself viewed scores of the submitted names as fraudulent.
Police in Cincinnati arrested a former Ohio University student in 2012 working in FieldWorks on charges of forging 22 signatures on a petition drive. Police said at the time that FieldWorks itself played no role in that man’s scheme to pad his list.