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Judicial Watch Panel: “The Voter Fraud Crisis”

Friday, February 17, 2017 12:51
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Did you know that prison inmates, felons, were allowed to vote in the 2016 Presidential race in California?

There is a lot of excellent information presented here by 4 panelists who are experts on the topic of voter fraud.  Some of the numbers are mind blowing.  Here are just a couple; In a highly publicized study of the 2008 and 2010 elections, there were some twenty million “non-citizens” (made up of both legal and illegal people) that were registered to vote throughout the nation. The study showed that 3% of “non-citizens” themselves have admitted to voting and 1% of illegals who registered have admitted to voting.   That is 800,000 people….some 7 to 9 years ago who admitted to illegally registering and voting.  I think it is only logical to assume that a good number of them would not admit the truth for fear of legal reprisal or simply embarrassment. Simultaneously to this, there are many instances in jurisdictions across America where voter rolls there are 120% of people registered to vote than there are people of age to vote.

“There is a systematic, well funded effort by Left wing, Liberal, Progressive, whatever you want to call them, and now the Democratic Party openly to essentially dismantle the election system in our country.”
-Cleta Mitchell, Partner and Political Law Attorney, Foley & Lardner LLP

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Source: http://www.infiltratednation.com/2017/02/judicial-watch-panel-voter-fraud-crisis.html

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