When President Trump claimed that there were three million illegal votes cast in the recent presidential election, the left scoffed at him, claiming that this was a gross exaggeration. It turns out that Mr. Trump might well have been wrong, just not in the way Democrats have claimed.
Anytime you have widespread voter fraud, trust in the integrity of the results of the election is naturally diminished. It is replaced with a sense that voting is a waste of time. In its extreme it takes on the character of the old joke about elections in the former Soviet Union which went something like, “Did you hear that someone broke into the Kremlin and stole the results of the next election?”
It looks like President Trump was wrong in his estimate of three million fraudulent votes cast. Instead, the number tops seven million.
If true, this represents a threat to our republic. We don’t have to like the result of elections, but we do need to believe that those results represent the will of the people who voted. If it is believed that the system is rigged, then why vote?
President Trump announced via Twitter: “I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and even those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!”
The evidence of voter fraud is all over the place.
“The Gateway Pundit reported that in Detroit, Michigan, 37% of the precincts had fraudulent voting practices which were uncovered during Hillary Clinton’s recounts requested by Jill Stein. We also reported on a massive voter fraud incident in Nevada where half of the 19,000 votes in one district alone were determined to be fraudulent.”
“More than 7 million voter registrations appear to be registered in two states simultaneously, according to data obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.”
“Georgia (660,708), North Carolina (561,811), and Illinois (542,065) lead the 28 states studied in potential duplicated voter registrations across state lines.”
This data should end any scoffing at President Trump’s claims of massive voter fraud as well as his creation of a commission consisting of both Republicans and Democrats to look into the this crime.
Source: Gateway Pundit