Yes, Virginia (and Pennsylvania), there is voter fraud. Ineligible non-citizens and felons are registered and voting in your state, aided by lax federal laws, self-interested state officials, and big-monied interest groups on the Left.
Who would ever be against verifying the citizenship of voters? Another question – why would they fight steps to prevent foreign influence on American elections? …
When you win office on the slimmest of margins helped by illegal voting, it’s wise to hide the scope of illegal voting.
Will any voter fraud deniers acknowledge the documented problem of illegal voting and do something about it? The reports on Virginia non-citizen registration and voting and on aliens and felons on the voter rolls in Philadelphia both offer several suggestions of what can be done. All that’s needed is the will for officials to act – and for citizens to demand action – to protect the integrity of our elections and our government.
Ultimately, the number of illegal votes doesn’t matter when the integrity of the process is at stake. Nobody should tolerate voter fraud, whether it comes in bunches as we describe here, happens occasionally, or decides the outcome of an election. Lawlessness in elections is a precursor for lawlessness across our government and culture. The response of law enforcement officials to both single instances of voter fraud and the hundreds of examples documented in this report should be the same: swift, sure and unwavering. No excuses should be made for the lawless who taint the electoral process.