-By Warner Todd Huston
Vote fraud in Ohio is running rampant. Now it appears that folks living in nursing homes are being registered as voters no matter in what medical state they exist. Chrystal Brown, granddaughter of an Alzheimer’s afflicted, 95-year-old woman, found out that her grandmother had registered to vote despite that she has never registered to vote since entering the nursing home in 2001.
Worse, records show she actually cast a ballot.
“I’m hot. I’m livid,” said granddaughter Chrystal Brown. “A month ago, she couldn’t tell you her name she was so bad, and, depending on what time of day it is, her name is the only thing she can tell you.”
Yet, here this poor woman is, registered to vote, with ballot cast, regardless of her mental state.
And, the Columbus Dispatch is reporting that quite a few elderly people are casting “sudden” votes even though they are physically or mentally unable to do so.
So what is Ohio Sec. of State Brunner doing about it? Well, aside from blithely saying it is “odd” she claims they are “investigating” the situation.
Somehow, it’s a bit hard to take the Secretary seriously.
For her part, granddaughter Chrystal has all sort of questions.
“My question is . . . which side was she coerced into voting for, or maybe my question is how many impaired elderly people are used and taken advantage of for their vote?” Brown said.
Her granddaughter wonders why, after all these years, the Board of Elections registered her grandmother now. After all, she’s lived at the nursing home since 2001, long before Alzheimer’s had a firm grip on her.
All good questions that will probably never be answered by the most partisan, fraud encrusted Secretary of State in Ohio’s history.
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