One of the biggest criticisms coming from the Democrats is that the 2016 election was “hacked” by Russians. Despite no evidence, they keep pursuing the issue. Many believe this is an attempt to distract everyone from the real voter fraud that is occurring nationwide.
Judicial Watch is a government watchdog group with multiple divisions, including the Election Integrity Project (EIP). The EIP looked closely at election data provided by 38 states, and they discovered a startling trend. According to The National Review, Judicial Watch’s data revealed that there are at least 3.5 million more people on the US election rolls than are actually eligible to vote.
The watchdog organization examined information from the US Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey and from the federal Election Assistance Commission. They discovered that out of the 38 states examined, 11 gave the EAC questionable information.
All in all, 462 counties had registration rates that went over 100%. They discovered 3,551,760 more people who could vote than there were people actually living in these counties.
Robert Popper, a lawyer for Judicial Watch, stated: “That’s enough over-registered voters to populate a ghost-state about the size of Connecticut.” As one could imagine, 3.5 million voters can make a huge difference in an election, especially if they are “ghosts.”
The numbers across the board are alarming, to say the least. Out of the 462 counties, there is a wide range in the number of “ghost voters.” For instance, New Castle County in Delaware is just one percent over their legitimate population of eligible voters.
On the high side of things, Harding County in New Mexico has a registered voter rate of 162 percent. Leaders in these areas should be concerned about those numbers.
When crunching numbers on an individual basis, San Diego County in California sees the most ghost voters based on population. Overall, the percentage of registered voters is 138 percent of the people who are eligible to vote in the area.
In terms of population, that translates to an extra 810,966 voters. Los Angeles County is not much better. Their overall percentage is 112. However, that translates to 707,475 over-registered voters.
Ironically, we hear the Democrats protest that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 2.9 million votes. But, just two counties in California have ghost voter overages equal to over half of the “popular votes” used to calculate that margin. In fact, in the entire state of California, Judicial Watch discovered 1,736,556 ghost voter overages–close to two-thirds of Clinton’s 2.9 million.
Democrats have refused to honestly address the very real issue of voter fraud in the United States, even as they scream “collusion” in the last general election. Is voter fraud a real problem in our country?
The co-chairman of President Trump’s election commission, Kris Kobach, stated: “When you have an extremely large number of stale names on the voter rolls in a county, it makes voter fraud much easier to commit.”
In other words, this is a problem now and it is a problem that is only going to continue to grow until it is resolved properly. The sooner the problem is addressed, the less chance there is for future elections to be botched.
If this issue is going to get resolved, states are going to have to, on a local level, remove the “ghost voters,” the people who are deceased, have moved, are felons, and so on. Otherwise, they are opening the door to disaster for our Republic.