A College Democrat who admitted to registering numerous dead people to vote in the 2016 election is heading to jail.
According to WTVR, Andrew J. Spieles of Harrisburg, Virginia will serve 100-120 days for his actions.
Many people find the idea of registering dead people to vote as ridiculous but it’s not hard at all when you have access to the Virginia Democratic Party’s walk-books.
See, parties have voter registration records (because they’re public records) and they also buy data from whoever they can to fill in the gaps.
They need this information so they can send paid door-knockers like Andrew Spieles door-to-door to beg people to vote for Clinton.
In Spieles’ case, when he wasn’t able to get enough people to vote Democrat the proper way, the College Democrat decided to find out who on the list was dead and registered them fraudulently.
The MILO, inc. team reached out to the JMU College Democrats, of which Spieles is a part, but didn’t received a response in time for publication.
According to WTVR, Spieles falsified 18 forms.
“Spieles later admitted that he prepared the false voter registration forms by obtaining the name, age, and address of individuals from “walk sheets” provided to him by the Virginia Democratic Party, fabricating a birth date based on the ages listed in the walk sheet, and fabricating the social security numbers. Spieles admitted that he created all 18 fraudulent forms himself and that no one else participated in the crime.”
The student was working in direct cooperation with the Virginia Democratic Party at the time.
“In July 2016 Spieles’ job was to register as many voters as possible and reported to Democratic Campaign headquarters in Harrisonburg,” a U.S. Attorney’s Office spokesperson said. “In August 2016, Spieles was directed to combine his registration numbers with those of another individual because their respective territories overlapped. After filling out a registration form for a voter, Spieles entered the information into a computer system used by the Virginia Democratic Party to track information such as name, age, address and political affiliation. Every Thursday an employee/volunteer hand-delivered the paper copies of the registration forms to the Registrar’s Office in Harrisonburg.”
WTVR says the student made a critical mistake, registering the dead father of a judge.
Later that month, someone at the Registrar’s Office called police after another employee saw a name they recognized on a registration form.
The name was the deceased father of a Rockingham County Judge.
Listen to MILO explain why the dead always vote Democrat.