A conservative candidate in Chicago’s 13th ward was recently given a lesson in Democrat corruption and fraud.
David Krupa, a young conservative running for Chicago alderman, was required to file 473 signatures to get on the ballot, which he well exceeded by filing over 1700.
That’s when the Democrat machine kicked in. Democrats submitted over 2700 affidavits from people that claim they had signed for Krupa, but wanted to revoke their signature. Remember, Krupa only, had 1700 signatures, so at least 1000 people perjured themselves on a legal document just based on the initial math. It gets worse:
“We turned in 1,703 signatures. We compared them to the 2,796 revocations, and found only 187 matches, meaning only 187 people who signed David’s petitions filed revocations,” [Krupa’s attorney] Dorf said. “So, what about the 2,609 people who didn’t sign for David but who filed revocations? That’s fraud. That’s perjury. That’s felony.”
Liberals and the media have mocked claims of voter fraud and claimed that it never happens. Yet in case after case, blatant fraud goes unpunished. It’s time to crack down.
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