Thursday, February 02, 2017

Evidence mounts that non-citizens voting is a problem

Despite denials by Democratic Party officials, Donald Trump may be correct in stating that there may be widespread voter fraud in California.

Votes from felons, dead people, and non-citizens may be rife in California, acording toone report.

From Fox News:
California’s voter registration system is “highly susceptible to being compromised,” because of immigration policies protecting the Golden State’s 2.4 million illegal immigrants, authorities have told Fox News.
The integrity of elections may be compromised by a lack of oversight of non-citizens registering and voting, said Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Election Law Reform Initiative and senior legal fellow for the Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation.
 “If you are talking about California, the state is apparently relying on the illegal alien to tell the state they shouldn’t be registered. There is still an honor system,” said von Spakovsky, co-author of the book “Who's Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk.”
The problem with California is there is no separate verification of citizenship on voter registration, said Charles Bell, Jr., a partner with California-based Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk, LLP, a law firm that specializes in election law. Applicants can check a box affirming they are citizens, and this is not checked against any other government database such as federal immigration records.
Legal action may be needed to remedy this situation.

Until then, saying Hillary had more votes than President Trump doesn't mean a thing.

In fact, even if every vote in California was on the up-and-up, it still would not matter. We don't elect presidents directly.

The potential for fraud is why.

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24 comments:

  1. No, we don't elect presidents directly.

    Elections are determined by the POPULAR vote: IN EACH STATE.

    This results in the ELECTORAL vote, and Trump won that decisively, fair & square.

    Want it a bit "closer to home"? How's about 80-84% of COUNTIES?

    Don't consider him "Your President"?

    Tough, for 8 years Clinton was not MY President.

    For 8 years Obama was NOT my president.

    Suck it up.

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    1. In a couple of states, it's apportion by Congressional district, thus diluting the power of the big cities.

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    2. Standing ovation.

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  2. You believe this report? Please! Trump was right: Dishonest media at its finest.

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    1. Just one of many.
      Fox is a late arrival.
      http://bit.ly/1EYkOJ2

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  3. Is anyone surprised? The Dems pretty much own the state government.

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  4. And Hillary didn't win the popular vote, either.

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    1. Once you subtract all of the illegals who voted --nationwide, and subtract the outright voter fraud, no way did Hillary win. A look at the numbers of supporters attending events during the campaign would tell anyone with one eye and half sense that Trump would win. Hillary couldn't fill a two car garage, while thousands had to stand outside of Trump's events.

      The only reason Trump won was We, The People simply out voted the fraud from the Left.

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  5. You want to know how bad the problem is? In each state, take 1,000 random voters who cast votes just a few months ago. Validate their identities. Determine if they are eligible to have voted, depending on citizenship, felony record, or having voted in another district. Total the numbers up. If they're not over 900, you have a problem (I'm looking at you, California.)

    I suspect my home state would rank in the upper 990's, since we have voter ID, citizenship requirements, and cross-validation so people can't vote twice, but if California breaks 800 in the cities, I'd be shocked.

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  6. Remember the Secretary of State project to put Democrats in position to control state elections, started and funded by George Soros? Nothing to see here, move along.

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    1. A point I have been making for a while. And I have taken to always saying Nazi collaborator George Soros. A thoroughly despicable excuse for a human being. - Elric

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    2. Mr. Soros needs a RICO wakeup.

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    3. He's a Hungarian and Budapest needs to deport his azz to Israel where they can make him Adolf Eichmann 2.0. And they should round up his family as well and let Bibi get some payback!
      -Fred

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  7. The problem is fraudulent voting, not just voting by non-citizens. Surveys after the 2000 presidential election claimed that several thousand New England and New York residents voted twice, once in their home states and again in Florida's hotly contested election that was decided by chads and ultimately the SCOTUS. I believe the Democrats benefit the most by this fraud, and what evidence there is supports that conclusion. it would not surprise me in the least if the Democrat vote count across the country is padded by as much as 5%.

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    1. In 2012 the Democratic candidate for the 1st Congressional district, Wendy Rosen, was found to have voted in the past in MD and Florida. She withdrew and was convicted.
      Obvious people would never commit voter fraud. /sarc

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    2. In 2012 the Democratic candidate for the 1st Congressional district, Wendy Rosen, was found to have voted in the past in MD and Florida. She withdrew and was convicted.
      Obvious people would never commit voter fraud. /sarc

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  8. ...the Golden State’s 2.4 million illegal immigrants...
    Bwahahaha! That is in LA county. There are probably 10 million in the state. If they were all screened out and taken out of the census CA would lose half of their Congressional seats.
    Elliott

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    1. Exactly my reaction, Elliott! What a joke, "2.4 million illegal immigrants..."

      The state gov't makes it impossible to get an actual count, as it would give the game away. There are literally tens of millions of illegals in this state alone!

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  9. (old joke:)
    When I die I want to be buried in Chicago so I can remain active in politics.

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  10. (another old Chicago joke) My father was a lifelong Republican. Since he died he has voted Dimocrat in the last three elections.

    On the op-ed page in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation there are at least six columns a year against voter id laws claiming that there is no voter fraud. The nice thing about the Jill Stein recount is it highlighted the massive voter fraud in the Detoilet metropolitan area. I'm sure it's the same in every large city in states without voter id laws. Funny that Republicans win in every state with voter id laws. I would like to see a national voter id law. It wouldn't surprise me if had there been one, Trump would have won the popular vote as well.

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  11. How about an amendment that states that don't adhere to a prescribed regimen of voter ID in national elections can't participate?

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    1. In theory it should take an amendment because the Constitution puts the states in charge of their own election process. Not sure how the Federal Election Commission fits in that process.

      However, if the Dims really want a national popular vote, then there will have to be national voter qualifications so everyone is voting based on the same rules.

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  12. I'm shocked, shocked to find gambling going in this establishment!

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  13. The East Coast establishment is completely out of touch. Twenty years ago Mexican citizens voting in an American election ousted Bob Dornan from his Orange County seat and gave it to Loretta Sanchez. This was clearly a stolen election and the Mexicans were laughing about it calling it part of the 'reconquista.' There were at least 5 million votes cast by Mexican citizens residing illegally in the state of California. During the next two years, they are going home.

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