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If there’s one thing this administration is proficient at, its how to commit multiple felonies and still remain out of prison, it’s a talent no doubt nurtured on the South side of Obama’s hometown of Chicago.

This latest infraction is once again brought to us, not by any congressional oversight committee, or a phony FBI investigation, but by WikiLeakes, that whistle blowing website that has revealed in a span of just a few months the scope of the corruption that exists within this administration.

The latest revelation seems to have caught Obama once again committing another unlawful act, this one involving perhaps “voter fraud” in Colorado.

An email sent around the 2015 Colorado caucuses by John Podesta discuss the possibility of voter fraud with two Coloradans supporting Clinton and their concern about people who may be voting illegally.

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The emails go on to suggest the strong likelihood that massive voter fraud was taking place in Colorado, which flies in the face of the Obama/Clinton assertions that voter fraud is simply a Republican talking point.

However local media outlets in Colorado have uncovered a score of dead people still registered and voting, one in particular individual Sara Sosa who died in 2009, cast her vote in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, likewise Sara’s husband Miguel Sosa who passed in 2008, also cast a ballot in 2009.

“I was shocked and surprised at this,” said Broerman. “This cannot happen. We cannot have this here or anyplace in our country. Our democracy depends on it. People have spilled their blood for the values and underpinnings and beliefs of this country.”

Broerman said after their deaths, the Sosas remained on active voter rolls and mail ballots were still sent to their home because they did not meet the criteria to have their names deleted from eligible voter rolls.

“Somebody was able to cast a vote that was not theirs to cast,” concluded Broerman.

And this isn't the only case:

Following the CBS4 investigation, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office reviewed the CBS4 findings and confirmed at least 78 dead voters remained eligible to vote

 

 

 

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