And tea partiers, as we’ve reported, are fighting back against the perceived threat with various tactics. Some, but not all, of those tactics have verged on what many call voter intimidation.
Enter Mark Lloyd, a tea partier from Virginia. Lloyd, concerned about voter fraud, started a web site called Tea Party Paranormal Society.
The site (and Facebook group and Twitter) aims to educate fellow tea partiers on preventing the dead — or undead — from voting. Instructions listed on the site urge readers to obtain a list of the recently deceased from their local records office and compare it to the voter rolls, then pass the information on to an “appropriate conservative representative and/or poll watchers.”
Best part of the site? The trailer for the original Night of the Living Dead, renamed Night of the Voting Dead and dubbed over with lines like, “The dead, whose stolen names vote for the living, feeding voraciously on the body politic.”
Watch the video below: