Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Home Court Advantage

A plague is ravaging Lake County, disrupting lives, and the voters want a remedy. Now.

Of course, by plague your LakeCountyEye means a plague of voter fraud:
Five Lake County residents face charges related to voter fraud stemming from the November 2016 election, authorities said.
Five accused of voter fraud in Lake County
Charges have been filed against voters in Beach Park, Mundelein, Riverwoods and Waukegan.  Lake County State's Attorney Michael Nerheim told the Daily Herald:
"Through these investigations and prosecutions, we are hoping to send a message to the community that interfering with our election process, which is the core of our democracy, will not be tolerated," Nerheim said.
Five accused of voter fraud in Lake County
But as readers of this blog are aware ...
Odd Bedfellows
there are other individuals, who are registered to vote at a house owned by the Old Mill Creek Village President even though records indicate they reside in Lake Villa. Why aren't they being investigated, let alone prosecuted, for casting 2019 ballots in Old Mill Creek?

One knowledgeable observer told your LakeCountyEye: "Oh come on, nobody commits voter fraud in Old Mill Creek."

Your LakeCountyEye will keep you apprised when further developments warrant.

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