True the Vote, whose inception is attributed to a Tea Party leader, claims to be a nonpartisan group, however, they have targeted mainly minority areas. Franklin, Ohio is now tossing them out on their ear, due to forged documents. Oh, the irony.
According to this report, five of the six Franklin County candidates had previously withdrawn their permission to use their signatures. One candidate claims the True the Vote volunteers “forged” her name onto the document. Of course, I haven’t heard/read the right wing media report on this. They have reported ginormous gangs of imaginary Black Panthers out, to ‘Intimidate voters’ however — two men reportedly showed up, in their scary black skin — officials looked into the matter and determined that the two (yes, two whole men) were not a threat.
First on Fox (via Think Progress), the scary guy:
That was fun, now here’s the real fraud:
The forms have been rejected unanimously by all members (Rs and Ds) on the board. True the Vote observers will not be allowed in Franklin County polling locations tomorrow. Poll monitoring organizations expect they may still be stationed outside of polling locations. Board member Zachary Manifold told us he was ”amazed that a group that goes to such extreme lengths to claim voting fraud in Ohio would knowingly forge or misuse signatures to try to gain access to Franklin County polling locations.”
According to a news release from the Department of Justice their personnel will monitor the election in Franklin County for Voting Rights Act violations. The Voting Rights Act prohibits discrimination in the election process on the basis of race, color or membership in a minority language group.
Little attention if any, from the right wing media has been given to Nathan Sproul and his connection to the GOP. Republicans only have to look in the mirror at the face that’s screaming the loudest to find the fraud.