Clinton Supporter Gets Caught Registering 19 Dead People To Vote In Virginia, His Jail Sentence Is A Joke

Some states in America are what we consider swing states, meaning that in any given election year, the state could vote Republican or it could vote Democrat. And then there are even fewer swing states that are considered as critical swing states, like Virginia in this case.

FBI and Richmond police began investigating an incident of multiple cases of voter fraud after 19 Virginia residents were registered to vote…after they had died. This even included a WWII veteran, Mr. Richard Allen Claybrook Sr.

According to The Washington Post,

“His family members were very distraught,” said Garst, who confirmed the existence of the FBI and police investigation but said she could provide few details because the case is ongoing.

All 19 were initially registered as voters in the Shenandoah Valley city of Harrisonburg, although a clerk double-checking the entries later raised questions about one. She recognized the name of Richard Allen Claybrook Sr., who died in 2014 at age 87, because his son is a well-known local judge. She happened to recall that the judge’s father had died.

“He was a retired Fairfax County elementary school principal and had fought in World War II,” said his son, retired Harrisonburg General District Court Judge Richard Allen Claybrook Jr. “So our family is very disgusted that they would pick his name, because he was such a law-abiding citizen devoted to public service.”

This is exactly why we need some hardcore voter ID laws. We can prevent these kinds of things from happening, but Democrats know that they won't be able to continue using these fake and dead voters to help them win elections. You need an ID to buy tobacco and alcohol, to drive a car, so why wouldn't you need to have and show an ID before voting to choose the most powerful person in the country?

It started when a private group was trying to get people to register to vote on the campus of James Madison University. Authorities later learned that one of the students in the group, Andrew Spieles was responsible for the fraudulent registrations.

What's sad is that he was only sentenced to 100 days in prison.