UPDATED: November 23, 2011 - Were these two Recall Walker petition signers underage? Apparently not, according to a report by WISN TV Milwaukee. In a video report, WISN interviewed Lateesah Love, 20, one of the signers who many thought looked too young to sign a petition. Watch the WISN video about the recall petition signers. Our original post appears below, preserved for the record.
November 19, 2011 - Milwaukee - We all know Democrats love voter fraud, but this is over the top. Right out in the open, these two young "ladies" signed a petition to recall Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker.
Question: Do they look like they are 18, the age you need to be in Wisconsin to vote -- or to sign a recall petition?
The frame to the left was taken from a disturbing new video (below), just uploaded to YouTube today. It was posted by "hawzwood," who titled the video "Occupy Milwaukee - Apparent Recall Walker Signature Fraud." Hawzwood added this description:
"Recall Walker Signature Collection Fraud -- Cigarettes for Signatures. This video and pictures were collected on the corner of 7th and North Ave. in Milwaukee during the "Occupy Milwaukee" protest/takeover of the bridge. These appear to be children under the age of 18. They were also given cigarettes in exchange for their signatures. They were asked if it would be OK to contact them to enlist their help in getting signatures from their friends."