WEIRD STORY: Dead Dog Receives Voter Registration Form
The Department of Justice has been stopping several states from enacting voter ID laws, saying that voter fraud does not exist. Well, we guess they haven’t heard Tim Morris’ story. This Virginia man received a voter registration form in the mail for his dog. If that wasn’t weird enough — the dog is dead!
Tim Morris told Brian Kilmeade that he was surprised when he received the piece of mail addressed to ‘Mo Morris,’ but said that he and his wife had a “pretty good laugh.”
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He isn’t sure how the state got his dog’s name, but said, “They said that they buy information from vendors and that vendors give them what information they have, and then they mail out these registration forms accordingly.”
Morris said the whole situation disturbs him “because it leaves open the door for voter fraud.”
He continued, “It wouldn’t take much to … maybe … pick a document and be able to get a social security number for Mozart and then use that to get a voter registration card.”
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