Donald Trump: Voter fraud is all too common

In Colorado Springs yesterday:

“14% of non-citizens are registered to vote”

That is an outrage.  We’ve known it for years.  Even the left media is now admitting it.

The Democrat party is a criminal enterprise.

~ Hardnox

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4 Responses to Donald Trump: Voter fraud is all too common

  1. upaces88 says:

    Remember not too many days ago when Clinton began working to allow Felons to vote? Illegals? When the word came out that Trump treated women like Bill Clinton, I started researching:

    My first thought was: “Clinton did this.”
    Guess what, Clinton did do it!​ Hillary Clinton’s communication’s director, Jennifer Palmieri, said in a statement the latest run of allegations “sadly fits everything we know about the way Donald Trump has treated women.”
    I was and still am worried about the Illegals getting to vote. I live in Texas; and we have A LOT of Illegals:

    Judge Andrew Hanen issued a ruling against Obama’s directive for DHS to stop deportation procedures against illegals. His 123-page opinion states clearly that the DHS was not given any ‘discretion by law’ to grant 4.3 million removable aliens ‘legal presence.'” Judge Hanen wrote, “In fact, the law mandates that these illegally-present individuals be removed.”
    …while it is illegal for anyone not a US citizen to vote in US elections, under severe penalties, the Democrats hope that enough fraudulent votes will be cast to create overwhelming confusion to electoral outcomes as to make corrections a prohibitively expensive and drawn out process.
    Add to that the fact that through massive voter fraud from refugees granted asylum, visa recipients, states issuing driver’s licenses and ID cards to illegals and the Supreme Court decision that nobody needs to show proof-of-citizenship when registering to vote and when casting a vote, especially by mail-in ballot, the votes of legitimate American citizens could be permanently nullified.

    ​There seems to be only one solution on the horizon if the states themselves will act. The state legislatures of Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and any Republican majority northern states must pass 
legislation making it a state crime for any non-citizen to vote in any election held in that state, violations to be punishable by five years and a $100,000.00 fine.
 If the states can’t check their citizenship when they register there is nothing to stop the states from checking afterwards.​

    • Hardnox says:

      That’s all good and fine. many states have passed voter ID laws yet the federal Courts have overturned the legislation and the States fold like cheap suits.

      My question is: “why don’t the States say eff-you?”

  2. Uriel says:

    Super add to this upace.

    We have posted time after time FACTS and statistics. But it is up to local and states to monitor and assure that votes cast are true.
    –Cross referencing death certificates from the last 100 years or more with voter registrations would give at least one method.
    –Having laptops with a program as people register to do a search of city precinct residents and death or other information which flashed okay or problem would be a good start. Then at least an officer on duty at the location could arrest or remove persons not listed at the precinct.

    There have been allegations as far back as I can remember of voter fraud but nothing concrete has ever been done to stop it. Registrar offices in states SAY they are addressing but always come up short – simply put they are political machine enablers at times. This is NOT acceptable, not in this age of digital information. In fact, I would suggest the laptop NOT be connected to internet at the precinct and that the records be downloaded days after registrations to vote are complete. And after the state has verified through its searches that the voters are acceptable.

    I do not see how the SCOTUS or lower courts could object in this. It is absurd that ID is not acceptable when even to be hired or receive federal aid ID is a necessity.

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