Just In: New Discovery Vindicates President Trump – He Was Right, Yet Again

BAISH| President Trump has been saying it all along, and while many wanted to argue with him, it turns out he was 100% right. New evidence proves that voter fraud in the United States is a real issue, and it must be dealt with.

Judicial Watch published damning evidence that proves the existence of voter fraud in our country. The Watchdog figured out that the number of living voters is increased by 3.5 million. 462 counties have far surpassed the 100 percent registration rate. These huge numbers are very serious, and it’s time we take another look at the damage this kind of fraud can cause.

A 3.5 million-person gap is more than enough to allow someone to take advantage of that gap in order to throw off the entire electoral system. President Trump has been very vocal about his opinions on the voter fraud possibility, and once again it turns out that he was right.

World Politicus reported:

The Election Integrity Project of Judicial Watch collected data from the 2011-2015 American Community Survey at the US Census Bureau. They also included data from the last statistics made by the federal Election Assistance Commission. These statistics provided information about 38 US states. Judicial Watch confirmed that eleven states provided insufficient and questionable information. For instance, Pennsylvania was placed right below the over-registration threshold.

So, Judicial Watch found that 3,551,760 people more were registered to vote, and these people don’t even exist.


“That’s enough over-registered voters to populate a ghost-state about the size of Connecticut,” said Judicial Watch attorney Robert Popper.

This means that 462 counties deal with the ghost-voter problem. Can you imagine that some counties even had a 160 percent registration rate? In what other country have you ever seen anything like this?

Washington’s Clark County had 154 percent registration rate, and 166,811 ghost voters. California’s San Diego County has the ‘enchilada grande.’ This county has 810,966 ghost voters, and LA’s county has 707,475 phantom-voters. California hosts 1,736,556 over-registrations.

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton spoke of the matter saying, “California’s voting rolls are an absolute mess that undermines the very idea of clean elections. It is urgent that California take responsible steps to clean up its rolls. We will sue if state officials fail to act.”

There’s a lot wrong with this picture, and I understand why President Trump is so set on fixing the voter fraud problem in our country. The question arises of who actually “fixed” the registration lists? The whole reason we have these voting systems in place is to make the election process as fair as possible, and “fixing” the process doesn’t help.

It wouldn’t surprise me if Hillary and her followers were the ones behind the epic scam. (h/t National ReviewJudicial Watch)

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