The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, formed by President Trump to investigate his Democrat debunked claim millions of illegal votes cost him the popular vote in the 2016 Presidential election, sent letters to the 50 Secretaries of State requesting voter information.
29 Secretaries of States refused to comply with the request “to protect the security of our citizens!” From their Federal government? This says the nation is corrupt! Or, did the request over-reach?
The letter, signed by Commission Vice Chairman and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R), asked for names, addresses, birth dates and party affiliations of registered voters in each state. It asked for felony convictions, military status, the last four digits of Social Security numbers and voting records dating back to 2006.
Where this investigation would do much to expose the facts of Russian hacking as well long-rumored Democratic Party registration of illegal aliens, paying or bartering with them for votes, all strongly denied by Democrats, the refusals are troubling and illuminating.
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Final figures document Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 630,000, but seven million ballots are yet uncounted! Virtually all known votes cast by three million voting illegal immigrants were likely cast for Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Party makes great efforts to enroll them. It is very likely California would be Republican if all illegal alien votes were eliminated.
It has already been confirmed the 2016 election included four million dead people on U.S. voter rolls with all registered as Democrats. It is common in Cook County, Illinois for deceased Republican’s families to begin receiving Democratic Party literature and find their deceased loved ones have been registered as Democrats, then someone in the Democratic party votes in the name of the deceased Republican.
19 states and DC do not require proof of citizenship to vote. They are: California, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Washington, D.C. All have Democratic Party majorities.
The federal voter registration form does not require people to prove they are U.S. citizens, but some states require voter applicants to submit full Social Security numbers and officials perform checks on these numbers. It has been found that 1.8 million illegal immigrants worked by using Social Security numbers that did not match their name, including Barack Hussein Obama.
Per a 2005 article in the New York Times: Currently available for about $150 on street corners in just about any immigrant neighborhood in California, a typical fake ID package includes a green card and a Social Security card. The Census Bureau estimates, 2.8 million to 7.9 million non-citizens were registered to vote in 2008.
A 2012 poll of 2,900 immigrants who were U.S. citizens found that 62% identified as Democrats, 25% as Republicans, and 13% as Independents who usually vote Democrat thus raising their effective percentage to 75%.
A national poll of 784 immigrant Latinos commissioned by Pew Research in 2011 found 81% prefer “a bigger government providing more services.” 12% prefer “smaller government with fewer services,” while only 41% of the general U.S. population would prefer a bigger government and 48% would prefer a smaller government.
A nationally representative bilingual poll of 800 Hispanic adults conducted by McLaughlin and Associates in 2013 found: 59% were born outside the U.S., 53% were Democrats, 12% were Republicans, 29% “independents.” 71% of Latinos voted for Barack Obama in the 2012 U.S. presidential election, as compared to 27% for Mitt Romney.
We certainly have to thank the Democratic Party for raising this issue with their great concern for the Russian hacking of the 2016 Presidential election. We will appreciate seeing this matter pressed in the media by that stalwart paragon of truth Ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Representative Adam Schiff.
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