Monday, March 24, 2014

Sharpton, Democrats Break Ground For Voter Fraud Hall Of Fame

While appearing at the voter fraud rights rally in Cleveland, MSNBC host Al Sharpton honored Melowese Richardson as the first inductee into The Voter Fraud Hall of Fame.

Richardson, a Democrat poll worker, was convicted in 2013 for voter fraud.

She had confessed to voting multiple times for Obama during the 2012 election, and was indicted for voting six more times in 2008 and 2012. She was sentenced to five years in prison, but then released, because Cleveland is a Democrat stronghold that values it's voter fraud.

Richardson's career statistics are impressive indeed, and it looks like she will be committing vote fraud for many years to come.

After hugging the proud and unrepentant criminal, Sharpton and a group of Democrat activists walked outside, where workers broke ground for the brand-spankin' new $90,000,000 Voter Fraud Hall of Fame Building.

It is scheduled to be completed in January 2016.

The Voter Fraud Hall of Fame will exhibit a Rigged Vote Machine Room, an expansive wing dedicated to 'The Chicago Way', as well as a wing dedicated to The Barack Obama 2012 re-election.

There's so much Democrat vote fraud, it will be hard to squeeze in all the exhibits. The planners are already working on an expansion.

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