Elder Patriot- According to Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project at least 3.5 million more people are registered to vote in the U.S. than there are living American adult citizens.
Judicial Watch conducted an analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011–2015 American Community Survey and statistics from the federal Election Assistance Commission (that included figures provided by 38 states,) to come to this conclusion.
According to Judicial Watch, eleven states gave the EAC insufficient or questionable information. That certainly doesn’t give one a warm and fuzzy feeling about the integrity of elections in those states, does it? That makes the number of potential ghost voters likely to be significantly higher, yet.
The remaining state is Pennsylvania who’s legitimate numbers place it just below the over-registration threshold.
From this raw data the state-by-state results were tabulated and 462 counties were uncovered where the registration rate exceeded 100 percent. In the 38 states that provided the requested data, there were 3,551,760 more people registered to vote than adult U.S. citizens who inhabit these counties.
Judicial Watch attorney Robert Popper said, “That’s enough over-registered voters to populate a ghost-state about the size of Connecticut.”
Deroy Murdoch of the National Review Online provided an excellent summation:
“These 462 counties (18.5 percent of the 2,500 studied) exhibit this ghost-voter problem. These range from 101 percent registration in Delaware’s New Castle County to New Mexico’s Harding County, where there are 62 percent more registered voters than living, breathing adult citizens — or a 162 percent registration rate.
“Washington’s Clark County is worrisome, given its 154 percent registration rate. This includes 166,811 ghost voters. Georgia’s Fulton County seems less nettlesome at 108 percent registration, except for the number of Greater Atlantans, 53,172, who compose that figure.
“But California’s San Diego County earns the enchilada grande. Its 138 percent registration translates into 810,966 ghost voters. Los Angeles County’s 112 percent rate equals 707,475 over-registrations. Beyond the official data that it received, Judicial Watch reports that LA County employees “informed us that the total number of registered voters now stands at a number that is a whopping 144 percent of the total number of resident citizens of voting age.
“All told, California is a veritable haunted house, teeming with 1,736,556 ghost voters.”
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “California’s voting rolls are an absolute mess that undermines the very idea of clean elections.”
Heightening the potential that these ghost voters could affect a presidential outcome are these statistics of over-registered voters in these swing states:
- Colorado: 159,373
- Florida: 100,782
- Iowa: 31,077
- Michigan: 225,235
- New Hampshire: 8,211
- North Carolina: 189,721
- Virginia: 89,979
Keep in mind that George Bush won the presidency by 538 votes.
Kris Kobach, co-chairman of President Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity explained that, “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. It’s easier to identify a large number of names of people who have moved away or are deceased. At that point, if there is no photo-ID requirement in the state, those identities can be used to vote fraudulently.”
Federal law mandates that states maintain accurate voter lists. However, just like the federal immigration laws that have been routinely ignored, politicians have ignored this law, as well.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe went even further by vetoing a measure that would’ve automatically triggered an investigation when the number of ballots cast was greater than the number of registered voters.
Florida Governor Rick Scott was even blocked by Obama’s Justice Department when he tried to comply with the federal law. Scott wanted to update Florida’s records that would’ve deleted 21,308 dead voters.
Kobach also found evidence of another form of voter fraud. In New Hampshire it stemmed from the state’s policy of allowing same-day registration and it almost assuredly cost the Republicans a Senate seat and, with it, the single vote necessary to repeal Obamacare.
According to statistics released by the Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, on the date of the general election in November 2016, there were 6,540 same-day registrants who registered to vote in New Hampshire using an out-of-state driver’s license to prove their identity. In and of itself, that doesn’t prove that any fraud occurred – theoretically, each of those individuals could have been someone who recently moved to the State and had not yet had time to get a New Hampshire driver’s license. According to New Hampshire law, a new resident has 60 days to obtain a New Hampshire driver’s license.
So if those 6,540 voters were bona fide New Hampshire residents, they would get their driver’s license no later than January 7, 2017. However, the numbers tell a very different story. It turns out that, as of August 30, 2017 – nearly ten months after the election – only 1,014 of the 6,540 same-day registrants who registered with an out-of-state license had obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license. The other 5,526 individuals never obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license. And, of those 5,526, only 213 registered a vehicle in New Hampshire.
So 5,313 of those voters neither obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license nor registered a vehicle in New Hampshire.
They have not followed the legal requirements for residents regarding driver’s licenses, and it appears that they are not actually residing in New Hampshire. It seems that they never were bona fide residents of the State.
5,513 is a big number – more than enough to swing two very important elections. The closest major election was the contest between incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and challenger Maggie Hassan (D). Hassan won the election by a razor-thin margin of 1,017 votes. Those 5,313 fraudulent votes were more than enough to swing the election. If 59.2 percent or more of the votes were cast for Hassan, then the election was stolen through voter fraud. That’s likely, since the surrounding states are Democrat strongholds.
It’s also possible that New Hampshire’s four Electoral College votes were swung to Hillary Clinton by illegal voting by nonresidents. Clinton won New Hampshire by only 2,732 votes. If 74.8 percent of the 5,513 fraudulent votes were cast for Clinton, then the presidential election in New Hampshire was tipped as well.
Why is no one in the D.C. establishment concerned about these ghost voters? Could it be because this is just another way that the entrenched bureaucracy uses to control us?
There is no legitimate argument against President Trump’s desire to clean this system up. Even the argument concerning personal information is a red herring. The commission is only asking for voters’ dates of birth, political party, last four digits of Social Security numbers, felon status and military status so that it can be compared to the people who actually voted on election day.
Anyone who thinks this is more information than the government already has on every American then they’ve been living under a rock.
When government refuses attempts to police it we must all demand to know why.