By Rick Oltman, July 26, 2017
The Presidential Commission on Election Integrity has launched, not without attempts to stop it, of course. The ACLU, and other usual suspects, attempted to get a court order to prevent them from even having their first meeting by claiming that the meeting itself violated federal law. They were denied.
Kris Kobach, Vice Chair of the Commission, well describes it as a Victory for Public Information.
The Heritage Foundation’s 381-page report: A SAMPLING OF ELECTION FRAUD CASES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY has examples of voter fraud that only prove what many of us have believed for at least two decades.
In one case, they cite an illegal alien from Maryland and a registered sex offender (not deported for this heinous offence), who pleaded guilty to illegally voting in the 2012 election. He had been illegally voting in federal and state elections since 1976! In another, a Georgia man was fined $80,000 for helping illegal aliens cast absentee ballots in 2004.
The other cases listed are very interesting.
Do a keyword search for “alien” and another for “citizen” on the Heritage report. There is example after example of non-citizens and illegal aliens voting, and helping others to cast illegal votes.
In Virginia, election officials recently, and quietly, removed from over 90% of their voting jurisdictions 5,556 voters for non-citizenship between 2011 and May 2017; 1,852 of those removed as noncitizens cast 7,474 illegal ballots with some records of illegal voting go back to the 1980s.
Regarding voter intimidation, which is a shibboleth of the opposition, the Heritage report does show a conviction for attempting to intimidate Hispanic voters in Florida. A Seattle man plead guilty to ID fraud and intimidation of voters for mailing fake election documents to Palm Beach County voters that demanded proof of their citizenship to avoid having their voter registration cancelled. “Nearly 200 residents were targeted, all with connections to the Republican Party.”
“Voter fraud is extremely rare and very isolated when it happens,” said California Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
The Heritage report lists 27 cases of convictions for voter fraud in California.
Regarding those who resist any attempt to investigate voter fraud, Kris asks, then correctly answers his own question:
“What information are they so determined to keep under wraps? Facts that show the extent of voter fraud in this country.”
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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