Democrats Honor Vote Fraud Criminal in Cincinnati


Al Sharpton gives criminal Melowese Richardson a big hug at her “welcome home” gala thrown by Ohio democrats.

Once again we see an example that to be a Democrat is to celebrate criminality–not merely indulge in criminality, but making it something to be proud of. This time it is evinced in the giant “welcome home” party thrown for a racist who was convicted of voter fraud in Ohio.

You may recall that a Cincinnati, Ohio resident named Melowese Richardson voted six times for Barack Obama in 2012 because he “had a right” to be President. This black racist purposefully voted twice for herself, sent an absentee ballot in for her granddaughter (who went and legally voted on her own on Election Day) and sent three absentee ballots in for her sister who is infirm and in a coma.

This Democrat criminal was such an ignoramus that she fully admitted to her illegal actions right on TV in February of 2013 saying, “I’ll fight it for Mr. Obama and Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States.”

This racist scumbag was convicted and given a five-year sentence but was just released because activists bleated that her sentence was “unfair” and authorities stupidly bowed to the agitation.

On her release, Ohio Democrats and nationally known left-wingers gathered together for a great party to celebrate this criminal. Even murderer Al Sharpton showed up to join in the celebration.

Once again we see Democrats actually celebrating criminality. It’s bad enough, of course, when politicians and activists perpetrate crimes in pursuit of their political point of view, but there was once a day when Democrats at least pretended that they stood against criminal behavior and were suitably embarrassed when they or their fellows were caught at it.

Oh, but those days are in the past. Now liberals, left-wingers, and Democrats are proud and open about their criminality and encourage others to join them at it.

Here they are gathered together to celebrate the crimes committed by this racist woman. And you can bet that she was just one of tens of thousands of democrats who committed voter fraud that election and every election previous.

It is quite disgusting, really. But that is what it is to be a Democrat.

America we are now at a time when laws are meaningless. You cannot trust the system because there system is capricious. The law means nothing and it is all thanks to the Democrat Party.

(Above Photo: The Enquirer/Jeff Swinger)

(H/T Mental Recession and Gateway Pundit)

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  • http://roarkmj.blogspot.com/ Mike Roark

    It is pretty disgusting, isn’t it. How did we get so upside down? A large part of our culture is now seriously detached from reality. This is not a good sign.

  • jim_m

    Just more proof that for the left nothing is unethical or immoral unless you are convicted and sent to prison and then if you are black you were only sent away because RACISM!!!!

  • Walter_Cronanty

    But, according to the progs, this never happens – and yet they celebrate it.

    • Brucehenry

      Nope this is the kind of voter fraud that DOES happen, and is the type that “Voter ID” laws would not prevent.

      • jim_m

        Lots of other fraud happens. The fact that you can’t get enough evidence to prosecute doesn’t mean that it is OK. Just because you lack any moral compass doesn’t mean that the rest of us do.

        • Brucehenry

          LOL the fact that you can’t get enough evidence to prosecute IS an indicator that it might not be happening, though, genius.

          If impostor voting was happening to anywhere NEAR the extent it would have to happen to actually affect elections there would surely BE enough evidence to prosecute.

          • jim_m

            Amoral asshole.

            I suppose you would say that if you can’t get enough evidence to prove rape it never happened. Hope that never happens to anyone in your life. I promise I won’t laugh at you.

          • Brucehenry

            Well THAT’S persuasive.

            I suppose it’s more moral to say that an accusation is as good as a conviction. Because that’s what your argument “boils down to,” to use your favorite tactic.

            That because you want to believe impostor voting is so widespread that it actually affects election outcomes, despite the fact that it can’t be proven, it actually IS. What a bubble you live in, dude.

          • jim_m

            I have posted various links to evidence of vote fraud that has indeed swayed elections such as that of Christine Gregiore in WA. The fact that your feeble intellect is incapable of remembering such exchanges is not my fault. If I am to blame it is for arguing with an uneducated dimwit such as yourself.

            Also, the claim was not just impostor voting but all vote fraud. In fact at one time you claimed that impostor voting never occurred. Now that we have people getting convicted of that I suppose you have forgotten. How convenient for you.

          • Brucehenry

            Your claim, and that of most proponents of these “Voter ID” laws, has always been that droves of impostors show up at the polls and vote in sufficient numbers to sway elections. No one has been convicted of anything like that, to my knowledge.

            As for your links to the Gregoire matter, post ‘em again, I don’t remember ‘em. Feeble intellect and all, sorry.

          • jim_m

            I also posted references to Marquette students voting multiple times and in a state that the presidential election was decided by a few thousand votes that is enough.

            It is not just the ability to sway elections but the fact that this activity undermines the confidence of the people that their votes count. That voter confidence has been cited as one reason why actual voter participation goes up when voter ID laws are enacted.

            No, I am not going to re-post my links. The fact that you are too feeble minded to remember anything is not an excuse. I should not have to re-argue every point every time. The fact that you are suffering early onset dementia is not my fault.

          • Brucehenry

            Wow that’s really hurtful. That actually runs in my family. You’re a great guy.

          • jim_m

            Intelligence has a genetic component too so I guess you get a double whammy.

          • Brucehenry

            Smile at your pastor on Sunday mornings with that mouth, Brother Jim?

          • jim_m

            It is said that it takes 43 muscles to frown and only 17 to smile.

            Smiling is for lazy people.

          • Brucehenry

            Oh see I expected, after seeing Jim post something incredibly offensive and personally hurtful, to see a ;-) thingie, like usual.

            I’m disappointed.

          • jim_m

            Aging and dying is part of being human. Sorry if you are offended by being mortal. Dying isn’t reserved for the chosen few. Loss of mental faculties happens to many if not most elderly, it doesn’t make them of less value as human beings (although from your comments I take it that you think so). Don’t take it personally.

          • Brucehenry

            Just fucking with ya. It doesn’t work on a guy with no shame, so, point to you.

          • jim_m

            I have a sense of shame. I just don’t give a damn about offending you.

          • Brucehenry

            Another point to you, lol.

            BTW I do remember the Marquette links. They proved little if anything. Actually they proved that there were indeed allegations of fraud, that’s it.

      • Walter_Cronanty

        So you’re saying we should do away with voting by mail? I think I agree with you. Unless you’re physically unable to get to the polls, vote in person, with a photo ID.

        • Brucehenry

          Actually that wasn’t what I was saying, but yeah, you have something there. I used to be naive enough to think that was what “absentee voting” was for.

          And it is also my understanding that most actual, provable voter fraud happens in connection with absentee ballots, virtually NONE because of impostors showing up at polls to physically cast votes. And requiring photo ID at polling places would do nothing to stop absentee ballot fraud.

      • GarandFan

        Then you should have no problem passing said laws. Seeing as they won’t “prevent” anything.

        • Brucehenry

          Conservatives don’t like unnecessary regulation or fixing shit that ain’t broke — until they do.

          • jim_m

            There are already laws on the books for the other kinds of vote fraud. Only an amoral asshole like you would contend that having laws against vote fraud is excessive regulation. What a lowlife goon you have become.

  • Brucehenry

    This is typical Huston overreach, exaggeration, and over the top nonsense.

    There was no party “to celebrate this criminal.” There was a voting rights rally, this woman was there and was applauded. But not for her criminal behavior, but to acknowledge that a woman who had been given a 5 year sentence, which was seen as excessive, had been allowed home to care for a sick relative.

    Warner’s OWN LINK is entitled “both parties jeer embrace of fraudulent voter,” but he characterizes this rally as a party FOR this woman when it plainly was not.

    And I hate to see what kind of backflips he’ll attempt, but what could he possibly be thinking when he calls Sharpton a “murderer”? I’ve seen Sharpton called all kinds of names, but “murderer”? Really?

    This is the only way Warner ever brings to mind Mark Twain:

    http://www.readbookonline.net/readOnLine/1562/

    • warnertoddhuston

      It is laughable that you’d use the headline of a newspaper story top “prove” anything. The party thrown for this racist criminal was populated by Democrats. NOT REPUBLICANS. Therefore, my characterization is right and the Big Media, left-wing media headline you cite is purposefully wrong.

      • Brucehenry

        What’s laughable is that you apparently didn’t read your own link. It wasn’t a PARTY at all but a voting rights rally. When this woman showed up she was applauded because the crowd felt she had been given too severe a sentence and was glad it had been reduced so that she could care for a sick relative.

        Again SHE WAS NOT THE GUEST OF HONOR and this was a rally that would have been held WHETHER OR NOT she had attended. All of this information is in the link YOU PROVIDED, and also there were quotes from prominent local Democrats frowning upon the applause the lady did receive from the crowd.

        BTW who did Sharpton murder? L O freaking L.

        • jim_m

          More than a little ironic that they celebrate a convicted vote fraud felon at a voting rights rally. Vote fraud by its very nature disenfranchises everyone else.

          They celebrated someone who was taking away their voting rights.

          • Brucehenry

            Again she wasn’t being celebrated. The applause was for the fact that a sentence considered excessive had been reduced, allowing her to care for a sick relative.

          • warnertoddhuston

            You are an idiot and a lair. Just plain lying. If they weren’t celebrating the criminal she would not have been there. She would have been ignored by the party, $harpton and the scumbag Democrats who were happy she is a racist criminal like they are.

          • Brucehenry

            You said the “party” was thrown for her. It wasn’t. It wasn’t even a party. Who’s the idiot and “lair”? LOL.

          • Jwb10001

            But seriously Bruce having this person at a voting rights rally makes it better, come on man this is just stupid on steroids.

          • Brucehenry

            Of course you are right that this is tone deaf as hell, to call this fraudster on stage and elicit the applause from the crowd.

            However it doesn’t make this event a “party” that was “thrown for” this woman. That is false, a bald faced lie at worst, an outrageous exaggeration at best.

          • jim_m

            I don’t see this as tone deaf. I think it is exactly the message that the dems want to send out. That vote fraud is something heroically done to support the party and that if caught they will do everything in their power to protect and defend you.

          • Brucehenry

            Of course that is what you think.

          • jim_m

            I’m not alone in thinking that way.

          • Brucehenry

            No you’re not. The Voices agree with you.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            Oh BS. They should have thrown her under the jail. If she was so worried about her “sick relative” who only she could care for, she wouldn’t repeatedly break the law. Hell, she shouldn’t be registered voter, let alone a poll worker.

            On top of using her position as a poll worker in order to vote numerous times, she “…was previously convicted of threatening to kill a witness in a criminal case against her brother; of stealing; of drunken driving; and of beating someone in a bar fight,…”
            Yeah, give her another big hug, Rev. Al.

          • Brucehenry

            I agree she’s a real piece of work. And I myself would not have applauded her, had I been there at this rally.

            You know, the rally which was NOT “her ‘welcome home’ gala thrown by Ohio Democrats,” as Warner claims without a hint of shame or irony.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            And you said: “The applause was for the fact that a sentence considered excessive had been reduced, allowing her to care for a sick relative.” Did you post that ” …without a hint of shame or irony”?

          • Brucehenry

            That information was contained in Warner’s link.

            “‘We did not celebrate or applaud a convicted felon,’ Hilton said. ‘We congratulated a lady with health issues coming home to take care of a sick sister.’”

            You see unlike Warner I read an article and see what it actually says in English and don’t ask the Voices In My Head to translate it into What It Reeeeally Means.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            She was called on stage for a “welcome home.” “Richardson was among the more than 400 at Word of Deliverance Church in Forest Park when Cincinnati National Action Network President Bobby Hilton called her on stage for a ‘welcome home.’”
            Applause and a big photo-op hug from the right Reverend Al followed. None of that is surprising, shocking perhaps, but not surprising.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes she was ONE OF THE 400 PEOPLE AT THE RALLY. She lives in that neighborhood and is well known. And yes she was called to the stage for a hug from Sharpton and got a congratulatory round of applause on being set free early.

            Doesn’t make the rally a “welcome home gala” thrown FOR her. If she had had the flu that day the rally would have taken place without her. That’s what makes this article a fabrication.

            On the other hand it is indeed possible that this stunt was staged to piss off conservatives in the same way wingnuts hold rallies and elicit outrageous arglebargle from guys like Ted Nugent. If so, enjoy your retaliatory finger-in-the-eye. LOL.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            It doesn’t serve to piss me off so much as it reinforces stereotypes.

          • Brucehenry

            As does Nugent calling the president a “mongrel.” So it goes.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            And Rs made him apologize. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/22/us/ted-nugent-apologizes-for-obama-insult.html?_r=0
            How long before Ds make Rev. Al or Bobby Hilton apologize for feting and trying to make this miscreant a martyr?

          • Brucehenry

            LOL I don’t know but if Nugent was made to apologize for every offensive and nutty thing he ever said he’d never have time to say anything new.

            My point is that both sides play to the lowest common denominator in their respective bases. Both sides stick fingers in the other side’s eye. It’s one way to rouse the rabble. Warner does it online, Sharpton does it in a more forthright fashion at rallies.

            Also, are they really trying to make this woman a martyr? After today she will return to the obscurity she so richly deserves. Nugent will appear on FOX and Talk Radio ad infinitum.

          • Walter_Cronanty

            “Hamilton County Democratic Party Executive Director Caleb Faux, who was also at the rally, saw it as an attempt to portray Richardson as a martyr because of the lengthy sentence.”
            Richardson will only return to obscurity for as long as it takes her to commit another felony.

          • http://roarkmj.blogspot.com/ Mike Roark

            “‘We did not celebrate or applaud a convicted felon,’ Hilton said. ‘We congratulated a lady with health issues coming home to take care of a sick sister.’”

            Really? Why should she be recognized at all? This is a voter’s rights meeting. Had nothing to do with her. Why the recognition? This is classical doublespeak, splitting hairs, obfuscation and victim status from the Left. They look you straight in the face a lie directly to you. Of course this can’t be proved in court, so they get away with it. It’s how they erode and mock the truth. It plays well to the uninformed voters they want to influence. I don’t trust the Left. I certainly don’t trust anything that Sharpton touches.

          • Brucehenry

            I can’t speak for the rally organizers. I’m simply pointing out that Warner is exaggerating when he calls this event a “party” thrown in her honor or a “welcome home gala” held for her. It was a rally in which the organizers saw fit to give her a nod — don’t ask me why.

            Not a party. Not a welcome home gala. Those things are false.

          • Brucehenry

            Do YOU know who Sharpton allegedly murdered?

            Is that like Glenn Beck kidnapping and murdering a young girl in 1990?

            http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/glenn-beck-rape-murder-hoax

          • jim_m

            I think he refers to Freddie’s Fashion Mart and the 8 people who died as a result of Sharpton’s racial hate mongering.

          • warnertoddhuston

            Yep.

        • Jwb10001

          You think this being a voting rights rally makes it better? Really? Seriously? I mean come on you can’t really….

          • Brucehenry

            See my reply to you above.

    • LiberalNightmare

      yup, that was me.

  • stan25

    I’ll bet she gets her right to vote back too, so she can commit more election fraud. ACORN would have been so proud of her. Here is living proof that Voter ID is needed in the worst way.

  • LiberalNightmare

    The quickest way to get dems to agree to policing voter fraud is for the right-wing to start cheating.

  • Michael Lang

    It is amazing how Brucie continues to embarass himself.

    • Brucehenry

      Actually what’s amazing is how the faithful will swallow the swill fed to them — and swear up and down it’s yummy.

      • jim_m

        And yet you do that daily to your own embarrassment.

        • Brucehenry

          If you say so. You’re a hoot.

  • Paul Hooson

    Well, with Al Sharpton involved, this is all about as to be expected here. This case of vote fraud doesn’t change the 166,277 vote margin in 2012 for Obama. But, it was punished as unacceptable by law. – The worse example of vote fraud? Probably the 1860 election in which nine, mostly Southern states, refused to count any ballots for Abraham Lincoln because of his views opposing slavery, and in South Carolina, there was no popular vote at all, state politicians simply cast electoral votes for the candidate of their own choosing. Despite these attempts to rig the election, Lincoln became the first Republican candidate of the new Republican Party to be elected president, after the older Whig Party collapsed.

  • 914

    Typical demoRat criminals.

  • I.m. Strandedinsonoma

    Democrat — Check
    Voter Fraud — Check
    Convicted — Check
    Previous Felon — Check
    Racist — Check
    Unrepentant — Check

    The only thing left is for her to update the resume with those qualifications and she’ll be guaranteed to win the race for Mayor of Sin-Sin-Neddy*.

    * ned·dy [ned-ee] noun

    1. British Informal. donkey

  • Lawrence Westlake

    This isn’t anything new. Systemic Democrat corruption goes back over 150 years and to Tammany Hall. And it certainly isn’t the case that now all of a sudden they’re open about it. They’ve always been open about it. When Republicans get into legal trouble they with rare exceptions simply resign. Democrats treat it as badges of honor. Edwin Edwards. Daley Sr. and Daley Jr. Alcee Hastings. Buddy Cianci. “Landslide” Lyndon Johnson. Huey Long. The list goes on and on. Keep all of this in mind when you’re in the ballot booth. It matters for whom you vote and for whom you don’t vote.

  • dchrist81

    Fortunately, this has been reported elsewhere. (Vote fraud deniers hardest hit.)

    Poll Worker Imprisoned for Voter Fraud Honored by Local Democrats upon Early Release http://lastresistance.com/5163/poll-worker-imprisoned-voter-fraud-honored-local-democrats-upon-early-release/

  • Don Milet

    And this is why voter ID is a must.

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