Thousands of Foreigners Found Registered to Vote (and Voting) in Virginia

Only Americans should be electing American leaders, but that isn’t happening.

 

Real foreign influence in elections: thousands of non-citizens registered and voting in Virginia.

A new report released today documents that in Virginia alone, 5,556 voter registrations were cancelled because of citizenship defects. Many of those cancelled had gotten on the voter rolls despite saying on their voter registration form that they were an alien and not eligible to vote.

Voter history records also show that many thousands of ballots were cast by registrants removed for citizenship defects.

A total of 7,474 illegal ballots, in fact.

Even worse, the report documents the extensive efforts by state and local election officials to conceal the extent of noncitizen registration and voting.

These efforts include internal emails that revealed an intent to alter public records to hide the full extent of noncitizen cancellations.

The report released by the Public Interest Legal Foundation notes that the 5,556 registrants removed from Virginia’s voter rolls for citizenship defects aren’t the only illegally registered non-citizens — just the ones caught by accident after later acknowledging their alien status.

So you may think there should have been hundreds, or even thousands, of voter fraud prosecutions in Virginia in the last few years. Again, you’d be wrong. . . .

Voter fraud deniers use this absence of prosecutions to argue that voter fraud doesn’t exist. The referrals by Fairfax election officials provide an excellent example of how the lack of prosecution is meaningless data for determining the extent of voter fraud.

Voter fraud is no myth; the evidence clearly shows that non-citizens are illegally registering and voting. The question is whether Democrats like Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, and federal prosecutors, will continue to deny and ignore this evident voter fraud.

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