Whew … glad to hear that. I was worried that they might try to steal the election!
But wait, there seems to be some discrepancy. Scanning the the Internet, there are reports of voting irregularities all over the place. What is the truth? Would those pesky democrats lie to us?
A former staffer on Bill Clinton’s 1996 presidential campaign is behind a voter registration organization that is now being investigated for fraud by the Indiana state police.
Indiana Voter Registration Project (IVRP), based in Indianapolis, may have submitted thousands of voter registration forms with fake, inaccurate, or missing information, according to state police. The investigation has been ongoing since August and promises to extend beyond the November election.
Barry Schust, Allen County’s Republican voter registration board member, said about 1,000 forms from the group were submitted to the local office. About 150 had addresses that weren’t in Allen County, he said, and more than half of the forms “had some form of issue.”
“There’s many that are incomplete or nearly illegible, and a major (concern) is where you write the driver’s license or state ID number or Social Security number,” Schust said.
“There’s an option to check ‘none,’ but it’s a rare occasion to be a citizen and have neither,” he said. But on many of the forms, “none” was checked, he said.
Copies of the group’s forms were turned over to state police Tuesday morning, Schust said.
Also Tuesday morning, state police detectives raided the Indiana Voter Registration Project’s office in Indianapolis and announced that an investigation that began in August had expanded from Hendricks and Marion counties to include Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake and Madison counties, in addition to Allen County.
“The expanded number of counties involved leads investigators to believe that the total number of potentially fraudulent records may be in the hundreds, thus creating a potential to disenfranchise many voters” who thought they were legitimately signing up to vote, a state police news release said.
And here’s another: Will Illegal Foreign Voters Steal the Election?
“It could all come down to Colorado.”
That’s the latest conventional wisdom from presidential poll watchers. But it may not be legal American citizens in my adopted home state who choose the next commander in chief.
Instead, it could very well be foreign noncitizens voting illegally in the Rocky Mountains — and in other crucial swing states — who seal our country’s fate.
Former Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler identified nearly 5,000 noncitizens in Colorado who voted in the 2010 general election. Gessler’s office uncovered upwards of 12,000 noncitizens registered to vote. Liberal groups who oppose stronger election system protections attacked him for trying to verify citizenship status — because God forbid public officials sworn to uphold the rule of law actually do anything to enhance the integrity of our election system!
Compounding the problem: The militant immigration expansionist group Mi Familia Vota, connected with the Service Employees International Union, has ramped up its efforts in swing states to facilitate naturalization and registration of Latino voters who will promote the open-borders agenda at the polls.
And in North Carolina: Last year, undercover investigative journalist James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas team blew the whistle on North Carolina political operatives who encouraged people to vote even if they were noncitizens. Like Kobach, O’Keefe endures attacks on his efforts to ensure clean elections by grievance-mongers screaming about phony voter “disenfranchisement.” Never mind that a nonpartisan study in 2014 from Old Dominion University concluded “that 6.4 percent of noncitizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent of noncitizens voted in 2010.”
Put on your shocked faces: These illegal noncitizen voters overwhelmingly supported Democrats.
Dozens of ineligible aliens who have been removed from the voter rolls in the city of Philadelphia, Pa., have cast ballots in recent elections, according to a new report from an election watchdog group.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation, an Indiana-based nonprofit that litigates to protect election integrity, released a report on Tuesday detailing voter rolls in Philadelphia. The information was collected from public records requests made through the National Voter Registration Act.
The group found that from 2013 to 2015, 86 registrations were cancelled in Philadelphia because the registrant was not a United States citizen. Of the cancelled registrants, 40 aliens from the city have voted in at least one election, the report stated.
The group also discovered thousands of felons remain on the voter rolls despite having to be removed once incarcerated.
“This means that poll books listing eligible voters will contain the names of ineligible registrants in the November election,” the group stated. “By law, lists of eligible voters are to be kept accurate and current—they must only contain eligible voters.”
The Public Interest Legal Foundation sued the city of Philadelphia in April for refusing to provide information on non-citizen voters. The number of registered voters within the city have for years nearly exceeded the number who are eligible to vote.
The Philadelphia report comes on the heels of a report from the group that found thousands of ineligible aliens on voter rolls within the state of Virginia.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation found 1,046 aliens who were illegally registered to vote out of the small sample of eight Virginia counties who responded to their public records requests.
“The problem is most certainly exponentially worse because we have no data regarding aliens on the registration rolls for the other 125 Virginia localities,” the group said. “Even in this small sample, when the voting history of this small sample of alien registrants is examined, nearly 200 verified ballots were cast before they were removed from the rolls. Each one of them is likely a felony.”
I’ve listed just a few representative articles found in just a few minutes. There is obviously a lot more going on. It prompts the question: Just how much voting fraud would it take to make a difference?
Forty-eight states award their electoral votes in a winner-take-all method, so a couple of hundred votes, cast/found/created in the proper places, could determine the next President of the United States. In other words, it wouldn’t necessarily take 200,000 votes, it could be as little as a few hundred – in strategic locations (the swing states) – and that could do it. Remember that Bush won Florida by 537 votes in 2000 (out of 5,963,110 votes cast), and picked up all of Florida’s 25 electoral votes.