James Madison University student Andrew J. Spieles will soon be serving a prison sentence for perpetrating voter registration fraud by registering dead people leading up to the 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary lost despite the massive fraud committed in her name.
I have heard some say that his sentence of 120 days is not enough, but they fail to see the other ways the conviction will cost him. he can’t enter the military or hold a government job and depending on whether it’s listed as a felony or a misdemeanor, he may have trouble finding work after college. That is unless he depends on student loans which he could now be disqualified for, in which case “Hello, McDonald’s”.
On Monday, Spieles pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to submitting the names of deceased voters to the Registrar’s Office in Harrisburg, Virginia, CBS6 TVR reports. He was sentenced to serve up to 120 days in jail.
According to CBS6, Spieles was handed “walk sheets” by the Virginia Democratic Party and instructed to register “as many votes as possible.”
At the time, Spieles worked for Harrisburg Votes, a voter registration company affiliated with the Democratic Party.
A U.S. Attorney’s Office spokesman told CBS6 that Spieles incorporated vital information, including Social Security numbers, of at least 18 deceased voters and submitted the registration sheets.
One of the decedents was the father of a Rockingham County judge. An employee in the Harrisburg Registrar’s Office noticed the discrepancy and reported it to the police.
Spieles claims that he acted alone. So the buck stops with him.
Who knows how many other dead people voted for Hillary Clinton in Harrisburg in the November election.