It looks like there was a big blue bust when the so-called “blue wave” trickled into town during Ohio’s special election. Reports are suggesting that there were over 170 people listed in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District who were registered as being over 116-years-old. How does that happen? Well, that’s a very good question, especially in a town where voter fraud is thought to run rampant and a Republican might just barely defeat their Democratic opponent.
It was Republican Troy Balderson who won (so far) by a very slim number of votes, close to 1,600, and that accounts for less than 1% of the votes in the district. That means the election is so close that law demands a recount. Of course, that’s Ohio law, specifically. It’s also reported that there are at least 3,000 provisional ballots yet to be counted. That number is higher than the number by which Republican Balderson has apparently won, which likely contributes to the further demand for a recount. It’s like you can’t win an election if you’re Republican without people wanting a recount and some invisible person who is 116-years-old, or older, shows up magically to defeat you.
The funniest part about this voting controversy surrounding the Democrats in Ohio is that the world’s oldest living person is 115-years-old and lives in Japan. That’s odd, right? Somehow Ohio magically has 170 people older than the oldest living person and they all live in one little town. Hmmm. Something isn’t right.
“According to expert Eric Eggers, research director at the Government Accountability Institute, 170 registered voters in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District are listed as being “over 116 years old.”
Considering that the world’s oldest living person is a 115-years-old resident of Japan, this is a big problem. Her name is Kane Tanaka and she is NOT voting in Ohio. It’s also not possible that anyone is 116-years-old, let alone there being 170 of them magically living in Ohio.
This is funny because Ohio’s election had multiple people who were older than the oldest person alive right now. That’s not possible. Not at all. Especially not possible to have 170 of the oldest people in one location all voting in Ohio. Smells like fraud, right? It could be, unless there’s some major glitch, but that will probably be what’s reported. Always blame the glitch, right?
Here’s a funny picture to keep you laughing at how ridiculous this potential voter fraud really is. It’s a shame too because honest hard-working people go out to vote, then other people mess it up with nonsense like this. To be very clear, Kane Tanaka, the person in the picture, did not cast a vote. She lives in Japan and she’s only 115-years-old. According to the nonsense going on, she’s not exactly eligible as a resident of another country and she doesn’t meet the criteria for voter fraud since she is not over the age of 116. However, she gives us quite a good laugh in light of the controversy going on. The picture below is meant for entertainment purposes only.
Conservative Tribune stated: “That’s 10 percent of Balderson’s current margin of victory, pending provisional ballots,” Eggers wrote. “And 72 voters over the age of 116 who ‘live’ in Balderson’s district cast ballots in the 2016 election.”
In fact, many of the voters on Ohio’s rolls list their birthdays as Jan. 1, 1800, making them 218 years old. Clearly something is amiss.
For four years now, Democrats in Ohio have been fighting efforts to prevent voter fraud, and it is easy to see why.
In June, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of Ohio’s system for purging ineligible voters from the rolls, dealing a tough blow to Ohio Democrats.
If voter ID laws are passed and implemented as a result of that Supreme Court ruling, those 170 impossibly old voters would no longer be able to cast ballots — and that is something the fraudulent Democrats of the state desperately want to avoid.
“A critical swing state, Ohio has voted for the winner in presidential races in twenty-eight out of the last thirty elections. As Ohio goes, so goes the nation,” former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell wrote on American Thinker.”
If there’s an agenda and voter fraud becoming more obvious, then this helps point us in the right direction to look.
If Balderson loses the recount by 170 and it’s all by people who don’t exist, then there should be a big investigation going on.
In fact, there should already be an investigation going on because clearly, something is wrong.
The big blue wave that everyone says is coming is turning into a little puddle with a few fraudulent fish.
All we need to do is show up at the polls and vote them out.
#RedTsunami needs to defeat the #BlueWave – so make sure you vote in every election you can get to.
Nothing has ever been more important when it comes to voting and we need everyone’s voice heard in hopes to defeat the potentially criminal and fraudulent votes that people are up against.