If voter fraud is “bogus,” what’s the harm?

voter fraud

Today, President Trump called for a major investigation into the likelihood of voter fraud.

And, boy howdy, is the Enslaved Press upset!

This headline from the New York Post headline is about as subtle as a blow to the head:

Trump calls for ‘major investigation’ into bogus voter fraud claims


Says who, New York Post?

The Post uses words like “debunked” and “unsubstantiated” to describe the “claim” of voter fraud.

But here’s the problem.

There’s never been any actual investigation conducted by the Justice Department or anybody else to determine if voter fraud is wide-spread or non-existent.

A study conducted by Old Dominion University in 2014 revealed that non-citizens are in fact registered to vote.

This study was based on a survey of non-citizens who admitted to not only being registered to vote, but actually voting in both 2008 and 2010.

Subsequent studies have supposedly “debunked” this Old Dominion study.


Well, by not getting the same results and thereby concluding that “the likely percent of non-citizen voters in recent US elections is 0.”

Zero? Really?

Tell that to the state of Florida who, in 2012, discovered non-citizens were voting.

But when Florida attempted to purge their voter rolls of non-eligible voters, the Eric Holder Justice Department stopped them.

At the time, the Washington Times reported:

Of the 1,600 registered illegals in Miami-Dade County thus far identified, around two-thirds have actually cast ballots.

Two-thirds of the 1,600 registered illegals in one county doesn’t equal zero.

Call me crazy, but that sounds pretty “substantiated” to me.

Nobody has “debunked” the “claims” that illegals are voting.

They just don’t want us to actually look into the claims.

And whenever states took steps to “substantiate” the “claim,” the Obama DOJ shut them down.


Well, you know why.

The Obama Administration did not want to run the risk of states discovering that non-citizens are registered to vote and are, in fact, voting in elections. Plus, they wanted those non-citizens to keep right on voting.

So, my only question is this.

If voter fraud is “bogus,” won’t a “major investigation” into voter integrity bear that out once and for all?

So what’s the harm?

This “nothing to see here, move along” attitude toward voter fraud stinks to high heaven.

Could it be that the reason the Enslaved Press and the Democrats object to this investigation is because they don’t want Americans to learn the truth?

Is it possible they want non-citizens to continue voting in US elections?

I’d say both are pretty likely.

Wouldn’t you?

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4 thoughts on “If voter fraud is “bogus,” what’s the harm?

  • January 25, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    New York Daily News, August 22, 2004…headline EXPOSED: SCANDAL OF DOUBLE VOTERS….
    46,000 registered to vote in both NYC and Florida….
    This past year, recount in Detroit stopped because….wait for it….30% of precincts had more votes than voters….

  • January 25, 2017 at 4:51 pm

    I’m willing to bet voter fraud is most rampant in California, anybody can walk in and vote……..Felons, foreigners, ect.

  • January 25, 2017 at 11:56 pm

    Voter ID should be the law of the land.

  • January 28, 2017 at 7:43 am

    Back in the eighties I dated a fella whose Dad voted religiously in every election. Problem was, the man had been dead for like 20 years.

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