What Voter Fraud? More Than 7 Million Voter Registrations Duplicated in Multiple States
In January President Trump announced that he will launch an investigation into voter fraud!
I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and even those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!
The Liberal media complained that there was no such thing as voter fraud in the US. There are many examples in the last election alone of voter fraud.
The Gateway Pundit reported that in Detroit, Michigan, 37% of the precincts had fraudulent voting practices which were uncovered during Hillary Clinton’s recounts requested by Jill Stein. We also reported on a massive voter fraud incident in Nevada where half of the 19,000 votes in one district alone were determined to be fraudulent.
That’s just Detroit.
Now a new study from the state of Kansas found that there are over 7 million voter registrations that appear in two states simultaneously.
The Free Beacon reported:
More than 7 million voter registrations appear to be registered in two states simultaneously, according to data obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The new voter data was gathered from the Kansas-run interstate voter registration crosscheck program, which is used to identify “possible duplicate registrations among states.”
The program began in December 2005 and conducted its first crosscheck in 2006. It is administered by the office of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who was tapped recently to help lead President Trump’s voter fraud commission.
The newest data is from crosschecks of voter registrations across 28 states that participate in the program. At least 7.2 million registrations appeared in two states at once, according to the data.
Georgia (660,708), North Carolina (561,811), and Illinois (542,065) lead the 28 states studied in potential duplicated voter registrations across state lines.
The study shows that more than 916,000 people appear to be registered multiple times within their state of residence. North Carolina accounts for 90 percent of potential intrastate duplicates.
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