Pajamas Media launches Voter Fraud Watch – Uncle Pajamas Wants You!

Nobody knows with certainty how many illegal votes were cast in the 2008 presidential and congressional elections, but odds are the total was in the millions, thanks to systematic vote fraud campaigns by leftist groups such as ACORN and mis-guided laws that allow individuals to register and vote on the same day.

But Pajamas Media is doing something unique to combat this most lethal of threats to the integrity of government in a democratic republic, the Voter Fraud Project. As PJM's Roger Simon explains:

“PJM seeks to develop a network of citizen journalists/poll watchers to monitor as many polling places as possible across the nation on election day.

“These people would report back to us — with either video, still photos, text or some combination thereof — on cases of voter fraud, intimidation or other voting malfeasances they may encounter. We will then cover these occurrences heavily on Pajamas Media and PJTV and promote them to the media at large.

“It should go without saying that we expect these reports to be made irrespective of the political party or ideology of the person or persons involved.”

Now there's a creative concept – harness the power of the Internet against voter fraud, voter intimidation and other threats to honest elections.

Working with Simon and the PJM crew is J. Christian Adams, the courageous former Justice Department attorney who blew the whistle on the Obama administration's craven cave-in to Political Correctness and left-wing ideology in the New Black Panthers Case.

If this sounds like something you would like to be involved with, contact PJM at: pollwatch@pjtv.com.

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