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JTV 25-Jan-19
KSflatlander 25-Jan-19
Woods Walker 25-Jan-19
Your fav poster 25-Jan-19
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JTV 25-Jan-19
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gflight 25-Jan-19
JTV 26-Jan-19
JTV 27-Jan-19
HedgeHunter 27-Jan-19
JTV 27-Jan-19
HedgeHunter 27-Jan-19
IdyllwildArcher 27-Jan-19
Amoebus 28-Jan-19
JTV 28-Jan-19
Amoebus 31-Jan-19
Spike Bull 31-Jan-19
JTV 31-Jan-19
Spike Bull 08-Feb-19
Amoebus 08-Feb-19
gadan 08-Feb-19
slade 12-Feb-19
Spike Bull 23-Feb-19
HA/KS 23-Feb-19
From: JTV
25-Jan-19

JTV's Link
Texas Sec. of State proves there was wide spread voter fraud in 2018 ... 95,000 "NON-Citizens" registered and 58,000 voted in one or more election .. I would bet that these numbers are much higher in Califas. where many more 'illegals' vote .....

Texas Secretary of State David Whitley Announces Widespread Voter Fraud in 2018 95,000 Non-Citizen Legal Immigrants Registered, 58,000 Voted in One or More Elections

AUSTIN, TX – Today, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley announced the results of a year long investigation into voter fraud. He stated they have identified 95,000 non-citizens who are currently registered to vote in the state of Texas – 58,000 of which have voted in one or more election. Republican Party of Texas Chairman James Dickey commented:

“We applaud the efforts by the office of the Texas Secretary of State to expose this widespread voter fraud. Secretary of State David Whitley’s announcement provides undeniable proof that voter fraud has been significant – even in Texas. Identifying ineligible registrations and removing them from the voter rolls is the first step toward restoring integrity to our electoral process. No doubt these voters affected election results in 2018. We can not afford voter fraud in 2020 and must stop this abuse now. It is a crime and it is damaging to our republic. We ask the Legislature to consider what additional changes may be needed to reduce potential voter fraud and protect the right to vote for all Texas citizens.”

The Texas Secretary of State’s office announced the identification of 95,000 non-citizens who were on the voter rolls today just before 2:00 p.m. The Republican Party of Texas will continue to work with legislators during the 86th Legislative Session to create and pass legislation to secure the ballot box.

https://www.texasgop.org/texas-secretary-of-state-david-whitley-announces-widespread-voter-fraud-in-2018/

Texas Secretary of State David Whitley Announces Widespread Voter Fraud in 2018 95,000 Non-Citizen Legal Immigrants Registered, 58,000 Voted in One or More Elections

AUSTIN, TX – Today, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley announced the results of a year long investigation into voter fraud. He stated they have identified 95,000 non-citizens who are currently registered to vote in the state of Texas – 58,000 of which have voted in one or more election. Republican Party of Texas Chairman James Dickey commented:

“We applaud the efforts by the office of the Texas Secretary of State to expose this widespread voter fraud. Secretary of State David Whitley’s announcement provides undeniable proof that voter fraud has been significant – even in Texas. Identifying ineligible registrations and removing them from the voter rolls is the first step toward restoring integrity to our electoral process. No doubt these voters affected election results in 2018. We can not afford voter fraud in 2020 and must stop this abuse now. It is a crime and it is damaging to our republic. We ask the Legislature to consider what additional changes may be needed to reduce potential voter fraud and protect the right to vote for all Texas citizens.”

The Texas Secretary of State’s office announced the identification of 95,000 non-citizens who were on the voter rolls today just before 2:00 p.m. The Republican Party of Texas will continue to work with legislators during the 86th Legislative Session to create and pass legislation to secure the ballot box.

From: KSflatlander
25-Jan-19
If this is true...non-Americans voting...then it is a really big deal. I want to see more data. I want to see indictments.

From: Woods Walker
25-Jan-19
Indictments......HA! WHY in the hell would they decide to enforce the law in this case, when they let them IGNORE our immigration laws??? These people have been not only given a pass for intentionally and repeatedly breaking our federal laws but REWARDED for it to boot! Our rule of law is now a corpse. When you reward bad behavior, then MORE bad behavior is what you will continue to get.

25-Jan-19
Apparently Louie thinks law enforcement is made up of only liberals and progressives.

What a scary world you must live in Louie. How do you wake up in the morning?

25-Jan-19

Your fav poster's Link
More voter fraud?!?

From: JTV
25-Jan-19

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From: Woods Walker
25-Jan-19
What I think Sybil is that you are a lying fraud, who continues to prove that fact every time you contaminate this place with you pathetic bullsh*t.

From: gflight
25-Jan-19
Judicial Watch signed a settlement agreement with the State of California and County of Los Angeles under which they will begin the process of removing from their voter registration rolls as many as 1.5 million inactive registered names that may be invalid. These removals are required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA).

From: JTV
26-Jan-19
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From: JTV
27-Jan-19

JTV's Link
Abbott promises prosecutions ..

https://www.bizpacreview.com/2019/01/27/trump-and-texas-gov-weigh-in-on-95000-non-citizens-on-voter-rolls-so-what-happens-next-718191

Thanks to Attorney General Paxton and the Secretary of State for uncovering and investigating this illegal vote registration. I support prosecution where appropriate. The State will work on legislation to safeguard against these illegal practices. #txlege #tcot https://t.co/UwtyXijVwK

— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 25, 2019

President Trump commissioned a panel in 2017 to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the 2016 election, but it was eventually dismantled after the group faced lawsuits, opposition from states and in-fighting among its members, Fox News reported.

From: HedgeHunter
27-Jan-19
Did not the GA gaptooth running for Dem Gov just make the claim her opponent scrubbed voter rolls as to why he won?

Every Dem has claimed for 40yrs there is no such thing as Voter Fraud!

Millions vote illegal here and have been.

HH~

From: JTV
27-Jan-19
HH, some on here STILL refuse there isnt voter fraud (more than one)..... I'll let you guess who ...

From: HedgeHunter
27-Jan-19
Yeah Bet they are same ones who think the know border problem and never been on it.

HH~

27-Jan-19
Texas is about 8.3% of the US population. If 58,000 were extrapolated to the entire population of the US, it's 2.7 million.

From: Amoebus
28-Jan-19
I was digging into this yesterday - trying to determine what is crap and what is fraud. About my only conclusion is that look at the prosecuted cases to see what was true fraud.

In the case from JTV, to get the 95,000, they look at what the person used to get their driver's license - if it was a green card or some other non-US document, they add it to the count. This totaled 95,000 from 1996-2018 (as is the 58,000 people who are listed as having voted in that 22-23 year span). What isn't clear is have the folks become naturalized citizens since they first got their drivers license (and are therefore legally allowed to vote).

Other states have done the same calculations - I think it was CO that claimed to have found ~3900 people who had voted illegally. When they were able to get the right databases (naturalized, etc), they narrowed it down to 15. Last I heard, they hadn't prosecuted those because they were still trying to narrow down if the 15 were on national databases that were just wrong.

So, remember JTV's 58,000 claim and keep an eye on how many are eventually convicted.

Here was an interesting paragraph from one of the Colorado cases:

"Only one person in Colorado has been charged with voter fraud stemming from last year’s election: former Colorado Republican Party chairman Steven Curtis, who was also charged with one count of forgery of a government-issued document. He’s accused of signing his wife’s ballot with her name."

From: JTV
28-Jan-19
Uhhhh, it isnt my claim, it is the claim of the AG and Gov. of Texas .... once again a denial of no fraud, but yet it is right there ... there are a few more threads on this with even more links you can try and dispute ....

From: Amoebus
31-Jan-19
Okay JTV. If TX charges 58,000 people with voter fraud, I will come here and say you were right.

31-Jan-19

Spike Bull 's Link
http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/272738/11000-non-citizens-voting-rolls-pennsylvania-daniel-greenfield#.XFL0oy0_uJw.twitter

From: JTV
31-Jan-19

JTV's Link
https://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/329659-indiana-purges-nearly-half-a-million-from-voter-rolls

08-Feb-19

Spike Bull 's Link
http://disobedientmedia.com/2019/02/did-the-department-of-justice-protect-brenda-snipes-from-prosecution-for-ballot-destruction/

From: Amoebus
08-Feb-19

Amoebus's Link
Any TX charges yet?

Apparently this type of search has been done and debunked in the past.

From the link:

"In 2012, Florida officials conducted a similar weak match with driver’s license records that indicated that as many as 180,000 non-citizens were on the state’s rolls. As in Texas, that number made for some splashy headlines, but after accounting for the fact that people may have become citizens after renewing their licenses, the number was whittled down to 2,600 cases. Even that turned out to be a drastic overstatement, as in the end just 85 voters were identified as non-citizens and removed from the rolls.

That same year, the then-director of South Carolina’s DMV used a similar “weak-match” method to claim ineligible individuals voted in previous elections. He claimed that 950 dead people had voted since they died. After a review of the records in question by South Carolina officials, it was determined that no one had cast a ballot from the grave – or had used a dead person’s identity to vote."

From: gadan
08-Feb-19
Amoebus, The problem when trying to prosecute these cases is that it is like charging a ghost. Same issues with illegal workers. The individuals use fake names and SS#s. How do you find this person? Go to the address listed on the voting card and ask for Jose, they say he doesn't live here. All the information is fake and or stollen. That is why it is critical to have strict photo ID laws for voting. You have a face, address, and SS# all linked. Another reason for Dems wanting lax laws.

From: slade
12-Feb-19
Liberal Group in Oregon Faces $94,750 In Ballot Tampering Scandal

The investigation has shown that canvassers for Defend Oregon were collecting ballots from voters, but failed to do their duty of turning in the ballots before 8:00 PM on election night. In fact it wasn’t until the next morning that Defend Oregon field operators turned in the ballots. One of the ballots was apparently from the May 15th primary election.

Unfortunately is makes no reference as to whom the ballots belonged to.

23-Feb-19

Spike Bull 's Link
Lefty admits cheating for 50 years.

From: HA/KS
23-Feb-19

HA/KS's Link
And a House Seat stolen in New Mexico

"Audit Finds Signs of Fraud in New Mexico House Race"

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