Democratic Party Chairman found Guilty of ordering the Forging of Signatures on Petitions that led to Barack Obama’s eligibility for 2008 Election
A jury in Indiana found both a Democratic Party Chairman, Butch Morgan Jr., and a former Board of Elections worker, Dustin Blythe, guilty of charges of petition fraud that led to Barack Obama’s eligibility for the presidential primary ballot in 2008.
Two Former Board of Election officials, which have pled guilty, testified that Chairman Morgan instructed workers to forge enough signatures to get both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton onto the ballot.
After being contacted by an Indiana State Police investigator, many of the alleged signers of these petitions have confirmed that they did not sign the petition or agree to have their names on it. The investigator chose these people at random from the petition and found that many pages had multiple forged signatures.
The implications of this ruling raise the question of whether the current Senator Obama would have even qualified for the primary ballot.
Furthermore, the level of corruption found by the Police investigator could raise inquiries as to whether the same directions were given to other workers petitioning for Obama’s eligibility.