No matter how much the Democrat Media Complex denies the existence of non-citizen voting, or any other voter fraud, the fact is that the alien found guilty last week of illegally voting in Texas is the tip of the iceberg.
The story of Rosa Maria Ortega, the Mexican national convicted of felony voter fraud after being caught registering and voting multiple times in Texas, is being downplayed or distorted by the “voter fraud is a myth” media, if covered at all.
But just because illegal voting by non-citizens is not being reported, and in many other cases not even being prosecuted, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
Take Virginia, for example, where (no thanks to some election officials) the Public Interest Legal Foundation found evidence that aliens had illegally registered and voted:
PILF asked over 20 counties to provide government documents showing the names and numbers of registrants canceled for citizenship problems.
Election officials stonewalled the requests. So much for the truth. This is one of the reasons why there is not as much evidence of voter fraud as there could be – collusion and obstruction by those who want to conceal the extent of voter fraud.
PILF had to sue election officials from three jurisdictions in federal court to obtain the records – Larry Haake from Chesterfield County and registrars in Manassas and Alexandria. . . . Haake and other election officials eventually capitulated to our lawsuits and turned over the requested data. Counties which have not turned the data over are the next to be sued.
Yet PILF found no evidence that any illegally-voting aliens like Sharmina Akthar had ever been prosecuted.
How are ineligible non-citizens able to register and vote in Virginia, Texas, and anywhere else the federal registration form is used?
The problem with alien voting is exacerbated by the Motor Voter registration form. On it, aliens merely check a box saying they are an American citizen, and they land on the rolls. No questions asked.
When some states like Kansas and Georgia started asking questions about citizenship beyond the form, leftist groups like the League of Women Voters and Project Vote sued.
PILF already published a report containing summaries of the public information regarding alien voting cancellation in just eight Virginia counties. CNN never came calling. (Fox did). Fake News doesn’t appreciate real news. Since that report, more counties – including the three sued – have provided more information, and an updated report on alien voting will be forthcoming.
The Leftmedia can continue to deny that non-citizens register and vote, but the new administration and state legislatures across the country recognize this easily-resolved threat to honest elections and are taking steps to expose and prevent it.