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Report Exposes Thousands of Illegal Votes in 2016 Election August 3, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, asshatery, disaster, Endless Corruption, error, General Catholic, It's all about the $$$, persecution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil, unbelievable BS.

The real reason why democrats are so mortally terrified of any kind of electoral reform/voter ID/etc – they have long depended on massive voter fraud.  It is widely acknowledged voter fraud for the democrats turned the 1960 election, and it certainly got LBJ into the Senate from Texas in 1948.  There is significant evidence of ongoing fraud in numerous local, state, and federal elections ever since – democrat operatives have admitted to such on tape.  Aside from the illegal and unconstitutional persecution and attempted disenfranchisement of conservative groups as an act of deliberate policy by the Obama Administration – for which persecution not a single person has served even a day in jail – recent evidence reveals that tens of thousands of people voted illegally in the 2016 election, and this is most likely simply the most obvious, easiest to find fraud.  For instance, there are apparently hundreds of people in the US over the age of 115, because that many people voted.  It is further known that this fraud works almost entirely one way – in favor of votes for democrat politicians.

A new bombshell studyreleased by the Government Accountability Institute shows why President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity has such an important job ahead of it.

The Institute concluded in its report that thousands of votes in the 2016 election were illegal duplicate votes from people who registered and voted in more than one state…….

…….The Government Accountability Institute was able to obtain voter registration and voter history data from only 21 states because while some states shared it freely, “others impose exorbitant costs or refuse to comply with voter information requests.”

These 21 states represent “about 17 percent of all possible state-to-state comparison combinations.”

The Institute compared the lists using an “extremely conservative matching approach that sought only to identify two votes cast in the same legal name.” It found that 8,471 votes in 2016 were “highly likely” duplicates.

Extrapolating this to all 50 states would likely produce, with “high-confidence,” around 45,000 duplicate votes.

The probability of 45,000 illegal duplicate votes is the low end of the spectrum, and it does not even account for other types of fraud such as ineligible voting by noncitizens and felons and absentee ballot fraud.

To put this number of fraudulent votes in perspective, Hillary Clinton won New Hampshire by fewer than 3,000 votes out of over 700,000 cast. Just this number of duplicate votes alone has the power to swing state results and, in turn, elections.

In fact the numbers are probably far higher, because the states that have refused to cooperate are both democrat-dominated and states that have the least demanding voter-ID laws, if any at all.

So between open (and unpunished) persecution of conservatives by Obama and increasing evidence of ongoing massive voter fraud, wither the United States of America?  I know a goodly number of readers have long believed something approximating a real, functioning representative republic has not been operative in this nation for decades if not longer, but what happens when most of the people start to feel their votes have little or no impact or value (see the previous post) is  generally double plus ungood.  In such cases, the people, generally and historically, take to the streets to express themselves when blocked by the regular means.  It rarely ends well.

Then again, I had a long talk with an elder Catholic the other day, and he was recalling the craziness of the 60s, which our times still fall far short of.  So perhaps this is more imaginary than real.  We’ll see, I fear.


1. Baseballmomof8 - August 4, 2017

I grew up in the 60’s… I assumed that presidents and politicians (and other well known folks) were routinely asassinated and riots (I watched Watts burn from my bedroom window) in big cities were regular affairs. Oh, and there was always a war going on, and protests… but the ugliness of the current culture was not there. We still watched genuinely funny sitcoms and went to see The Sound of Music and My Fair Lady… the whole family… together…

2. Baseballmomof8 - August 5, 2017

Oh, and as far as the 1960 election? Yes, Illinois waited to see what Kennedy needed. Very sad. I recall my parents saying that the United States, as they knew it, was over at that election.

3. voter - August 6, 2017

Mass. Motor Vehicle Employees Allegedly Made Fake IDs For Illegal Aliens, Fraudulently Registered Them To Vote


4. voter - August 7, 2017

Broward County Comes Clean: Felons and Illegals Voted Big Time in 2016 Election!

…it happened in… of all places, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s own backyard, Broward County, Florida. You may remember Broward County. That was the county where Beranton Whisenant, a young attorney investigating voter fraud and fake passports turned up dead on the beach one morning.

Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes testified on Tuesday, this past week in a lawsuit that alleged she had failed to adequately purge voter rolls of ineligible voters including those who have died.

If you are not familiar with Broward County, Florida it has about 1.2 million voters and has the highest number of registered Democrats — about 600,000 — in the state.

The group Demos, which has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding from George Soros’ Open Society Institute, is contributing to Snipes’ legal defense and working to prevent any and all names from being removed from Broward’s voter roll.


5. voter - August 7, 2017

I’m not looking for these voter fraud stories on purpose. I just keep running across them.

Judicial Watch Warns California: 11 Counties Have More Voters than Voting-Age Citizens


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