The SaveJersey Blog asks the following question:
With over 10% being rejected, and for such obvious reasons, it’s clear that Wilson is trying to commit voter fraud. A few rejections, a few mistakes would happen to anyone. But 10% with only 5 minutes per app? Those aren’t mistakes, that’s fraud.
TEN Friggin‘ PERCENT Errors! I once-upon-a-time worked retail. It wasn’t a difficult job, although maybe a little harder than assisting people in filling out a form that is pretty self-explanatory. Apparently Marcus Wilson found a thousand people that were too stupid to figure out how to fill out their name and address! And even with a job that simple, he screwed up over 100 ballot applications.
If at the end of a shift working at a cash register, I came up 10% wrong with the cash drawer, I would have been written up and formally reprimanded. And If I came up wrong at the end of multiple shifts, I would have been out of a job. But our Democrat Freeholders not only do not have a problem with an astronomical error rate on the applications they paid $5,000 (that is $5 per application) to have submitted, but they are threatening legal action against the county clerk for doing her job, and for following a judge’s advice to keep the ballots beyond the 48-hour mandate to ensure the integrity of the submitted applications.
Yes, Doug Long, co-Chair of the CCDO is threatening and harassing the county clerk because he WANTS the bogus applications to be accepted. That is the only reasonable explanation for his actions, and his refusal to be outraged at attempted election fraud. In fact, not ONE of the Democrat candidates in Cumberland County cares that 10% of the ballot applications that they paid $5 each for have been proven improper. They are not even concerned that the other 900 may be just as fraudulent, but that the system does not allow enough time to verify them. The yjust want the votes, whether they are legal or not. That is a crying shame.