Democrat Caught on Tape Stuffing Arizona Ballot Box

Democrats have a reputation for flagrantly cheating in just about every election that’s ever been held.

Anybody recall those 59 district in Philadelphia in 2012 where President Obama got 100 percent of the vote, with not even a single vote for Mitt Romney? That one was so blatant that even though claimed it was false, the best defense it could muster was to say that it wasn’t a complete mathematical impossibility.

Typically, when Republicans are accused of ballot tampering (whenever they win), the Democrats will swoop in with teams of lawyers and try every which way they can think of to “recount” the votes in an attempt to massage a victory out of a loss.

Whenever Democrats are similarly accused, however, the GOP’s response is usually nonexistent because the courts are so packed with liberal judges that there’s often no point to even challenging the results beyond any official one-time recount by the local county clerk.

Democrats seem to have really stepped up their voter fraud efforts since Al Gore lost the 2000 presidential election. That one gnawed at liberals so much that even long after the Supreme Court had decided for Bush, several major media outlets led by the New York Times were still paying teams to try to find some combination of hanging chads and legal exclusions that would result in a magic win for Gore. They never did find one, and Democrats never did forgive the electoral system.

Which might go a long way toward explaining the flagrant ballot stuffing by a Democratic operative caught on videotape in Maricopa County, Arizona, right in front of the chairman of the county Republican Party, A.J. LaFaro.

LaFaro said he was monitoring goings-on with early ballot processing when a burly-looking fellow wearing a Citizens for a Better Arizona T-shirt came in while the staff was still at lunch, carrying a large stack of ballots and began literally stuffing them in the ballot box. Here’s the security footage.

Citizens for a Better Arizona is a liberal nonprofit group that traces its roots back to the recall of Republican President of the Senate Russell Pearce.

LaFaro said he confronted the man and asked him what he was doing. This is the conversation as LaFaro recalls it, reported by The Blaze:

Guy: “What’s your problem?”

LaFaro: “I don’t have a problem.”

Guy: “Stop watching me. You’re annoying me.”

LaFaro: “One of your ballots isn’t sealed.”

Guy: “It’s none of your business. What’s your name?”

LaFaro: “I’m the chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party. What’s yours?”

Guy: “Go f*** yourself. I don’t have to tell you who I am.”


It is possible there was a valid reason for that person to be delivering a huge stack of ballots at a time when most of the staff was absent and the doors probably should have been locked. But since the man refused to identify himself or his legitimate purpose, we can only guess that perhaps his real purpose was, as he stated, to tell voters to “Go f*** yourself.”

It’s a good thing we don’t have voter ID laws, or that guy would have been totally discriminated against, maybe even disenfranchised.