Suspected vote fraud in Tennessee
October 24, 2008
"Friday, a week ago, I got a tip on my radio show that vanloads of non-citizens were showing up at an early voting poll and voting. Lynn Greer, a Davidson County Election Commission member confirmed the report. "What I've heard is they're bringing in a group of Spanish-speaking people, many of whom do not have a voter registration card and cannot speak English," Greer told me. Before you jump to the conclusion that I'm stereotyping, it's important to point out that these particular people didn't just speak broken English, they reportedly spoke no English, whatsoever. Why is that such an important distinction? Because federal law requires one to write, speak and understand English in order to become a citizen. Naturally, you're supposed to be a citizen to vote. Supposed to be."