Hey, remember how the 2012 election was going to feature massive voting fraud? How, if not for the heroic efforts of people like, say, Ohio Sec of State John Husted, massive numbers of, um, “likely Obama voters” (to put it nicely) were going to swarm the polls in their massiveness and win the election for a guy who really didn’t deserve to win because, well, you know? And the court rulings that constantly frustrated people like Ohio Sec of State John Husted ended up unleashing these swarms in the end?
Yeah, so, Ohio Sec of State John Husted recently went back to Ohio’s county election commissioners and asked them to investigate all of last year’s cases of likely voter fraud. And they did. They ended up referring to prosecutors … 135 cases.
That’s out of 5.6 million votes. That’s (approximately) 0.000024% of Ohio votes cast. And of course those aren’t actually instances of voter fraud - only cases that need to be investigated further. In a year when everyone was hyped up and hyper-sensitive and on the prowl for cases of voter fraud.
Of course, if all the voter-ID sh-t kept even one (well, several hundred thousand) “likely Obama voter(s)” from the polls, it was all worth it.