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Monday, January 23, 2012

Identity Theft with Perpetuate Voter Fraud?

On January 20th, the Des Moines Register posted the following story
"A Des Moines man has been arrested after police say he used, or tried to use, the identity of Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz in a scheme to falsely implicate Schultz in perceived unethical behavior in office.

Zachary Edwards was arrested Friday and charged with identity theft.

The Iowa Department of Public Safety issued a news release saying Schultz's office discovered the scheme on June 24, 2011 and notified authorities.

The criminal complaint says Edwards fraudulently used or attempted to use the identity of Schultz or Schultz's brother with the intent to obtain a benefit. No other details were given.

The case did not appear yet in online court records and no attorney information was immediately available."
It seems like a simple case of identity theft, right? Arrest the guy, try him in front of a jury of his peers, and hope he gets the maximum two years that he deserves...right? Or do you think that maybe someone should check into the possible reasons that Matt Schultz was targeted?

Well, it just so happens that this Matt Schultz is the guy responsible for vote-counting in Iowa. According to AlexInCT of "Clearly Schultz is not one of those people that would turn a blind eye to the usual fraud democrats depend on to put them over in close elections."

So who is Zachary Edwards? According to the research done by AlexInCT, Glenn Reynolds and others, though much of Edwards' biography has been scrubbed from the interwebs, the Wayback Machine confirms that he was an Obama staffer in Nevada and five other states.

Combine his obvious affiliation with the current administration with the fact that the Soros-propelled SoSP (Secretary of State Project) has been attempting to insert friendlies into State Offices in order to put them in the position to count votes, and the result is obvious. Edwards' attempt to steal Schultz's identity was more than likely for one benefit alone: if Schultz were to step down in the event that his reputation took a hit, his position would likely be filled by a Democrat. A position in Iowa, a key state in 2012, that will require the person in that position to preside over vote-counting and possible/likely voter fraud.


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