Election Tampering Produces Millions of Civil Rights Violations
The right to vote is one of our most important and sacred civil rights. Our country’s founders decreed the right to vote because they saw voting as a means of protecting ourselves from our own government. When Richard M. Daley uses taxpayer’s money to reward city workers to campaign for himself and his favored candidates, Daley violates the civil rights of millions of voters and non-voting residents. Furthermore, countless candidates, city employees, and political organizations are also affected and become victims of civil rights violations. Daley’s violations of our civil right to vote has led to excessive increases in our taxes, fines, and fees.
Daley knows that he can get away with just about anything as mayor when he commands patronage workers who give him a decided advantage at the polls. More than anything else, tampering with our vote impedes our ability to protect ourselves against unscrupulous politicians like Daley. That is why there have been so many political scandals in Chicago and Illinois.
Millions of voters in multiple Chicago and Illinois elections have had their civil rights violated. Daley and his political machine tampered with elections from 1989 to 2004. Voters who went to the polls in city, county, state, and federal elections in 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003 have had their civil rights violated. If you live in suburban Cook County, DuPage County, or downstate Illinois, your civil rights were violated too. Chicago Democrats violated your civil rights when they successfully tampered with elections in order to seat enough representatives to hijack Cook County and Illinois state government from people like you and me.
Tampering with Chicago elections has infected other states like a flu virus. Because Chicago Democrats tainted federal elections that sent representatives to the U.S. Congress and officials to the White House, wherever you live in America, your civil rights have been violated. Since non-voters, including children, also are governed by politicians who were elected as a result of a flawed election process, they, too, have had their civil rights violated.
President Obama came out against the Arizona immigrants law of 2010 because the president said the law could lead to civil rights violations. It’s nice to hear the president pledge to uphold civil rights, but what about the civil rights of millions of voters in Chicago and Illinois? What is President Obama doing about the millions of Chicago and Illinois residents who have had their civil rights violated because of Daley tampering with elections?
When public officials like Daley violate the civil rights of voters to get themselves and their lackeys elected, the ill effects of these violations continue for the whole time the perpetrators hold public office. Daley’s entire 21-year reign as mayor has resulted in massive violations of our civil rights.
Read how Jay Stone wants to protect your civil and voting rights.