Epic Fail – Ferguson Mayor Recall Petition Fails Due To Invalid Signatures and Fraud…

The signature teams were even paid to do the work, they still couldn’t find enough real Ferguson voters to support them.  Mega-Fail

Strong in the failFERGUSON, Mo. — A petition to recall the mayor of Ferguson lacks the required number of valid signatures, according to the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners.

A group called Ground Level Support delivered the petition to recall Mayor James Knowles on May 28th, saying they had 400 more than the 1,800 signatures required. All signatures must be from Ferguson residents who were registered to vote during the last mayoral election.

The St. Louis County Board of Education Commissioners began verifying the signatures’ validity the day the petition was turned in. Tuesday, the board announced the required number of valid signatures was not met. It says of the 2,133 signatures submitted, only 1,008 were valid.

The reasons for being invalidated include:

19 were blank lines
65 had no address
65 had no signature
562 were not registered in St. Louis County
366 were registered in St. Louis County, but not in Ferguson
18 had the wrong signature (they were not close to the signature in the voter database)
30 signatures were duplicates

(link)

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31 Responses to Epic Fail – Ferguson Mayor Recall Petition Fails Due To Invalid Signatures and Fraud…

  1. georgiafl says:

    “Fails…Fraud.” Sounds like a description of the whole Obama administration.

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  2. froggielegs says:

    HAHAHAHAHA!!! And the hits keep coming. Between this and Kevin Jackson and Hannity both calling out Deray as a race pimp and paid protester last night, I would say it’s time to flush their movement

    http://theblacksphere.net/2015/06/video-boom-kevin-jackson-annihilates-professional-protester-deray/

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  3. TwoLaine says:

    Shocking! Who woulda’ thunk it.

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  4. froggielegs says:

    I couldn’t help myself LOL

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  5. benzy says:

    The left is truly confused on this one…. those same tactics worked in 2012. Why aren’t those signatures acceptable today? /sarc

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  6. ZurichMike says:

    Correct signatures, being a resident of Ferguson, registered to vote — these kinds of details are raaacccciiisssssss. Or as we used to say in the 1960’s and 1970’s — “It’s keepin’ the man dooowwwwwwnn.”

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  7. Nanny G says:

    But, but, but, if they could simply do it by mob action they would succeed.
    Now, do we really want to see people like this in charge?
    How quickly we would cease to be a nation of laws.
    We would become a mobocracy.
    Led by Soros-hired organizers and kleptocrats.
    Very Middle Eastern and African.

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  8. froggielegs says:

    No doubt they will reply. Then they will have another 10 days to get the remaining signatures. Course if being paid $75 a day at 15/hr, and still not able to garner the right amount of signatures, I doubt they will be able to do it in 10 days. They will have to go over every name they do have, then go to the homes of those they don’t have. That will be too confusing for them LOL

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  9. Mr. Izz says:

    And Democrats wonder why the GOP wants voter ID laws? Here’s a great example.

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  10. jim says:

    The voter registration form for my county is probably similar to most and sounds similar to the information used to verify the signatures on this petition.

    The form requires name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth, gender, telephone number, and driver’s license number or personal identification I.D. number. Under penalty of perjury the applicant swears that he/she is a resident of the county and a U.S. citizen, not convicted of a felony and not determined by court judgement to be mentally incapacitated.

    So two questions – How many of the remaining signatures were from individuals convicted of a felony? In the neigborhood they were canvassing I would suspect this would be a noticeable percentage.
    – If personal (photo) identification is required to register to vote, how can there be an argument against providing personal identification to vote?

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  11. Meyer says:

    Sam Brownback, Kansas Governor, signed a bill this week to give Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State, the power to prosecute election fraud cases. This will be interesting!

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  12. Allen says:

    Want to witness the deep seated corruption on the left? Search this story and read it all the way through. It takes a long time but contains names, dates, agenda and layer upon layer of corruption:
    “A Nation of George Zimmerman’s Awakened – Understand the Fraud – Post Verdict of Acquittal,” by Sundance.
    FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW AND EVERYONE THEY KNOW!!

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  13. odinsacolyte says:

    Like much of the Ferguson debacle; fraud.

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  14. True Colors says:

    This reaffirms, once again, that a lot of people have been inserting themselves into Ferguson politics who are not even residents of Ferguson to begin with.

    The mayor of Ferguson once stated on CNN that his town had not had racial problems in the past. He said that most of the people who were raising hell and going crazy were outside agitators.

    When he made this comment the CNN commentator openly mocked him. Today he is vindicated.

    TC

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    • Art Deco says:

      I think it’s a reasonable wager the organizers resorted to fraud because actual local residents would not sign the petitions.

      People do not seem to realize its a town chock-a-block with homeowners, The people who live there do not benefit from undocumented shopping and other activities which adversely affect the availability of commercial services or the vigor of the local market in real estate.

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    • froggielegs says:

      Let’s not forget the Ferguson Annexation report from May 2014. 3 months prior to Brown being shot. The voters rated not only the city overall good, but also the police department.

      Full report can be seen here…

      https://localtvktvi.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/ferguson-annexation-survey-report-may-2014.pdf

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      • Mr. Right says:

        Thank you for posting this.

        I’m more then ever convinced (from everything happening) that its a fraction of a minority that is moaning and crying wolf.
        The reason we are all here talking about this ongoing BS is because some are embracing the narrative for their political agenda to culminate into :

        Hilary 2016 : “The race and gender equalizer” “vote Hilary for social justice”
        (Securing democrat control of tax $)

        If you are a woman, you have to vote for Hilary
        If you are not white, you have to vote for Hilary
        If you are not a racist, you have to vote for Hilary
        If you want social ‘justice’, you have to vote for Hilary
        If you are an illegal, you have to vote for Hilary
        If you are voting for Hilary, vote twice

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  15. czarowniczy says:

    QUICK! Queue-up the Obama Spinners who wrote his speech on Tuesday telling the Supreme Court why He (haven’t we recognized His divinity YET?) should be the final word on the legality and Constitutionality of Obamacare and not them. After all, what do nine preeminent experts on Constitutional law think they are compared to the Him! He is a Constitutional guest lecturer with a rapt following of supporters who can’t spell Constitution.
    Long way round here – maybe after that little display of twisted wording yesterday they can help with justifying the voter fraud that, like Obamacare, has become a standard of innercity life. Quick Loretta, the Lgal Philosopher’s Stone, chop chop.

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  16. jackphatz says:

    In 2010 Ferguson’s demographic were 67% Black and 29% White, 4% for other. Population was 21,203. Mayor James Knowles easily won reelection in 2014 with only 12% of the vote, 12%!!! After all that has happened in Ferguson, you would think people would take a greater interest in their community. Apparently they are happy with their community if the majority of the signatures were not from Ferguson.

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  17. auscitizenmom says:

    What bothers me is that no matter how many of these FAILS, Ferguson, Zimmerman, Baltimore, etc., there are, the BGI just keeps inching its way along. Blacks are ONLY 12% of the population and not all blacks are a part of this movement. The backing down in front of them has to stop. We are being overrun by a small minority because of PC.

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    • taqiyyologist says:

      We are being overrun by a majority, who watch television and digest other main media and trust not in their friends, but in people with a television bezel around their head and Hollywood-like ostentatious wealth. They are on TV. Therefore they are more credible and trustworthy than you, their long-time friend. And they have yachts. Bigger than Rubio’s but yachts they deserve because they are credible and trustworthy and have television bezels around their heads. And nice glass anchor desks.

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      • taqiyyologist says:

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        • taqiyyologist says:

          “Thank you, uncle Walter. You’re my anchor amidst this stormy sea!” — Most of America.

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          • taqiyyologist says:

            And wow, they call themselves “anchors” too, don’t they?

            I crack me up. Yes, SD, I’m drinking. But srsly.

            Our culture is programmed by people who make programs. (Programmes, for you brits.)

            Gotta go watch the 6:30 national news! My Anchor is on!

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  18. beth60497 says:

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  19. taqiyyologist says:

    “Fraud in a BGI petition? The deuce, you say!”

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