A group of Indiana Democrats were arrested for submitting fraudulent voter registration applications before the 2016 election, according to the Associated Press.
The eleven Democrats and their supervisor worked for Patriot Majority USA, a group tied to Bill Clinton, Harry Reid, the Democrat Party and far-left unions like the SEIU. It’s indirectly tied to AFSCME and Soros money.
The frauds were getting out the black vote, even the make-believe ones. An investigation last summer picked up a dozen suspect registrations.
The canvassers had a daily quota to meet and invented them when they didn’t meet the quota.
A search warrant unsealed on Nov. 14 says some workers admitted to falsifying registrations, saying they faced the possibility of losing their temporary job if they didn’t register at least 10 new voters a day.
The probable cause affidavit says supervisors told canvassers “to obtain their quota by any means necessary.” Canvassers were paid $10 an hour and worked five-hour shifts.
“By giving someone a financial motive to (meet a quota) is what caused these canvassers to cut corners and do things that not only undermined the goal of having legitimate registered voters but led to a situation where we allege it bled over into criminal conduct,” Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said.
Financial incentives of $10 an hour? They sold out cheap.
If convicted, the defendants face a prison term of up to 2 and 1/2 years. Indiana Voter Registration Project is face with a fine of as much as $10,000.