North Dakota Democrats Look Like They’re Trying To Suppress Votes

It’s just like everything else with the Democrats. They accuse us of “suppressing votes” when we demand voter IDs, which polls by Rasmussen and Gallup show the majority of the country support, and then turn around and engage in the real voter suppression.

Accuse others of what you are guilty of is page one in their playbook, next is ‘call anyone who disagrees a racist!

Heitkamp now trying to justify it spreading the same lie.

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There’s a seeming attempt at voter suppression going on in North Dakota, and it comes from the North Dakota Democratic Party. On their website, they offer a message that looks designed to intimidate hunters, who may be more cut from GOP cloth, into abandoning an attempt to vote because they might lose their out-of-state hunting licenses.

The message reads:

If you vote in North Dakota, you could forfeit your hunting licenses. You MUST be a resident of North Dakota to vote here. And if you are a resident of North Dakota, you may lose hunting licenses you have in other states. If you want to keep your out-of-state hunting licenses, you may not want to vote in North Dakota’s 2018 election.

Underneath the message is printed, “Paid for and authorized by the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party. Not authorized by any candidates or candidate’s committee. www.demnpl.com. Copyright © 2018 North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party. All rights reserved.”

Rob Port at sayanythingblog.com writes:

I contacted Secretary of State Al Jaeger and asked if he’d ever heard of this claim before. “No,” he told me. “We’re not involved at all in the requirements for getting a hunting license. A question like what you have needs to be directed to the Game & Fish Department. I doubt that there’s any connection.”

“We’ve never heard of that,” Randy Meissner, the licensing manager for North Dakota Game & Fish, told me when I contacted him and read him the text of the ad. I sent him the links and screenshots for the ad and he said he was going to run the claim by his administration. More

If they accuse us of something you can bet the farm that will be their next move. They’ll resort to any dirty trick they can conjure up. Suppress the conservatives and have people who have been dead for years and illegal aliens to vote!

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