According to the New York Post democratic party members have received a letter which has a very ominous tone to it. While it states that who you vote for is a secret, if you vote of not is something they can find out.
“We will be reviewing voting records… to determine whether you joined your neighbors who voted in 2014,” the letter states, continuing on. “If you do not vote this year, we will be interested to hear why not.”
When did this become a ‘I know what you did’ country.
This is being done by a ‘non-profit’ far left-wing group (who probably had no problems unlike many conservative groups). The problem is democrat leadership is supporting the move, and even calling it standard practice. When did threatening voters on why they did not vote become standard?
Peter Kauffmann stated the following:
“The difference between Democrats and Republicans is they don’t want people to vote and we want everyone to vote.”
When did wanting everyone to vote mean you have to threaten them to vote? There is a difference between democrats and Republicans. Democrats will threaten you, Republicans want your vote to count in an honest way without threats.