Shocking Voter Fraud: 2 Million Noncitizens Registered to Vote in the U.S.

Craig Huey Voter Fraud 2 Comments

What’s at the heart of a democratic republic?

The citizens have the right and the responsibility to choose:

  • Who runs their country
  • What kinds of policies shape their nation
  • The moral and economic framework of their country

So, what happens when these rights and responsibilities are no longer given exclusively to the citizens of a nation?

Instead, any person who enters the country is given the power to make decisions about the future of that nation. The voices of the citizens are diminished, and those without knowledge of history or culture are empowered to direct our nation’s future.

Unfortunately, the scenario I’ve described is not a fiction. It’s a reality in the United States today, a country founded on the principles and values of fair, impartial voting… a country dedicated to fair elections and a just voting process.

Today, there are at least 2 million noncitizens registered to vote in the United States—voters who have shaped past elections, and continue to shape present elections—unless we take action.

Here are the facts:

  • A poll was conducted of a random sampling of 800 Hispanics. Of the 800, 56% said they were non-citizens, and of those, 13% said they were registered to vote…
  • Non-citizens are far more likely to vote Democrat…. In fact, in the 2016 election, an estimated 800,000 non-citizens voted for Hillary…
  • As of July 2016, only 18 states require voters to present photo ID…
  • In a random sampling of 3,000 registrations in California’s 29th Assembly District, 10% contained phony addresses or were not U.S. citizens…
  • There has been massive evidence of voter fraud in swing states like Virginia and Pennsylvania…
  • And unfortunately, there are many more examples…

One of the primary reasons noncitizens are able to vote is because of corrupt voting registration processes.

In the state of California, for example, a recent bill sponsored by Secretary of State Alex Padilla supports automatic registration, which occurs when a person shows up at the DMV to obtain a driver’s license or state ID. If the individual opts to register to vote, their information is automatically transferred to the Secretary of State’s office.

If you are not a legal resident, you’re asked to check a box. If you don’t check it, you can vote. Most don’t check the box…even if they aren’t legal residents.

These processes aren’t limited to California alone, however. In fact, under federal law, any person with a valid social security number or driver’s license can register to vote—as long as they affirm they are in fact, eligible to vote.

Unfortunately, that process relies on the individual to be truthful and honest—and it also relies on the poll workers to be diligent. This is a problem, especially in states like Ohio, where third-party registration drives are common.

Clearly, it’s all too simple and easy to register to vote, regardless of your citizenship status. And many are taking advantage of this opportunity… not just noncitizens, but politicians….

Unfortunately, noncitizens have been shaping our elections for years.

In the 2008 election, it’s estimated 6.4% of noncitizens voted, the majority of whom voted for Obama. It’s also likely that noncitizen votes also gave Senate Democrats the pivotal 60th vote needed to overcome filibusters. This was essential in passing health care reform and other priorities of the Obama administration. Obama also granted deportation amnesty, which made it easier for illegal immigrants to improperly register and vote in elections.

And in the 2016 election, it’s estimated that of the 800,00 noncitizens who voted, Hillary collected 81% of their votes. In fact, Hillary actually initiated a program to create a “voter registration army”—with the help of undocumented citizens—that recruits other noncitizens into the election process.

One group of noncitizens called CASA in Action went around knocking on doors in Virginia in support of Hillary. No coincidence that these people were made up of the 750,000 recipients of temporary legal status under the Obama administration.

The votes of 2 million noncitizens are being given leverage in this country that in many cases weighs against the votes and the choices of U.S. citizens. This is the result of:

  • Corruption in the voting registration process
  • Inefficiency in the voting process
  • Political manipulation

This is voter fraud with hard evidence, and must be examined and brought to the attention of the American people.

Here’s what we need to do to take action against voter fraud:

  1. Vote out the Secretaries of State who do not want to verify voter ID.
  2. Demand voter ID at polls.
  3. Clean registration.
  4. State voter registration lists need to be given to Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity.

 

What do you think? Write me at [email protected]

Comments 2

  1. ALL of what you suggested andMUCH MORE Craig! Let’s REALLY clean house and more……it is WAY PAST TIME that we get a move on.

    1. AMEN TO THAT PASTOR
      so Prez/Trump was right with winning a lot 10% or more of the Popular vote. The pink hats should have in shape of reproduction organ should have had some of their protesters there waiting for their rally that next day in Washington.
      Gr8 great end to the 1st year of 4 possibly 8 yrs of the Trump Presidency. Iran, Climate accords, TPCC, PIPELINE iMMIGRANT SLOWDOWN INTO U.S.A. AND OTHER PROGRAMS plus The Wall STARTING IN TX. SHOULD PROUDLY PROCEED!

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