Eric Striker and Andrew Anglin
June 22, 2017
Jews are extremely upset about Donald Trump’s voter fraud investigation committee. According to the detractors, there are exactly 0 instances of voter fraud in the entire United States, and anyone who doesn’t believe this figure is a racist.
That’s because they’re signing up illegals and resident aliens to vote for their candidates and don’t want white people to find out.
A new study into the matter using data from previous elections finds that the numbers could be in the millions.
Anecdotally, if you live in a free-for-all state like California or New York City, you’ve probably witnessed Democratic canvassers signing-up people who are probably not citizens (like day laborers). They get away with this because nobody ever checks.
It’s not unfathomable to believe that in the 2016 election – where the stakes were higher for illegals and green card holders than ever before – more of them cast votes than ever before.
A research group in New Jersey has taken a fresh look at postelection polling data and concluded that the number of noncitizens voting illegally in U.S. elections is likely far greater than previous estimates.
As many as 5.7 million noncitizens may have voted in the 2008 election, which put Barack Obama in the White House.
The research organization Just Facts, a widely cited, independent think tank led by self-described conservatives and libertarians, revealed its number-crunching in a report on national immigration.
Just Facts President James D. Agresti and his team looked at data from an extensive Harvard/YouGov study that every two years questions a sample size of tens of thousands of voters. Some acknowledge they are noncitizens and are thus ineligible to vote.
Just Facts’ conclusions confront both sides in the illegal voting debate: those who say it happens a lot and those who say the problem nonexistent.
In one camp, there are groundbreaking studies by professors at Old Dominion University in Virginia who attempted to compile scientifically derived illegal voting numbers using the Harvard data, called the Cooperative Congressional Election Study.
On the other side are the professors who conducted the study and contended that “zero” noncitizens of about 18 million adults in the U.S. voted. The liberal mainstream media adopted this position and proclaimed the Old Dominion work was “debunked.”
The ODU professors, who stand by their work in the face of attacks from the left, concluded that in 2008 as few as 38,000 and as many as 2.8 million noncitizens voted.
Mr. Agresti’s analysis of the same polling data settled on much higher numbers. He estimated that as many as 7.9 million noncitizens were illegally registered that year and 594,000 to 5.7 million voted.
These numbers are more in line with the unverified estimates given by President Trump, who said the number of ballots cast by noncitizens was the reason he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton.
Last month, the president signed an executive order setting up a commission to try to find on-the-ground truth in illegal voting. Headed by Vice President Mike Pence, the panel also will look at outdated voter lists across the nation with names of dead people and multiple registrants.
For 2012, Just Facts said, 3.2 million to 5.6 million noncitizens were registered to vote and 1.2 million to 3.6 million of them voted.
Mr. Agresti lays out his reasoning in a series of complicated calculations, which he compares to U.S. Census Bureau figures for noncitizen residents. Polls show noncitizens vote overwhelmingly Democratic.
“The details are technical, but the figure I calculated is based on a more conservative margin of sampling error and a methodology that I consider to be more accurate,” Mr. Agresti told The Washington Times.
He believes the Harvard/YouGov researchers based their “zero” claim on two flawed assumptions. First, they assumed that people who said they voted and identified a candidate did not vote unless their names showed up in a database.
“This is illogical, because such databases are unlikely to verify voters who use fraudulent identities, and millions of noncitizens use them,” Mr. Agresti said.
We don’t even know how many “noncitizens” are in our country. We don’t know how many draw benefits, get earned income tax credits, have driver’s licenses or other public benefits – but we know that they do.
Yet somehow, the system insists that not a single one of these tens of millions of people vote. Even while it would be extremely easy for them to do so, if they so wished, and very difficult for anyone to find out that they did. In terms of finding out that a specific noncitizen voted using fake credentials, it is effectively impossible.
And remember a few days before the election when Obama was asked about illegals voting and seemed to condone and even encourage it in his cryptic answer?
This has never been explained. The liberals just claim the clip is deceptively edited, which it isn’t. Unless the Latino outlet that produced it did the deceptive editing for some reason, in which case you would think Obama himself (or a member of his team) would call them out.
Here’s the original on the official YouTube page of the site that did the interview.
Start at 3:00. It’s actually worse than the snippit that is used. Obama explicitly says “they can’t stop you from voting,” then the bitch winks at the camera.
You can watch the clip if you haven’t seen it or don’t remember it, but the tacoess definitely asks a very direct question about illegals voting – she considers them citizens because they contribute – and he doesn’t say illegals shouldn’t vote, and it sort of sounds like he says that if illegals vote they become citizens by doing so.
This is Very Easy to Do
In states with no voter ID laws, you can literally just show up without an ID and vote. The argument against the voter ID laws is that blacks and other brown people are too stupid and/or lazy to acquire an ID, and thus it violates their rights and is racially discriminatory – and that because nonwhites vote Democrat, it harms the Democrat Party, and is part of a vast right-wing conspiracy.
Most states do not require ID.
Why they separate into “strict” and “non-strict,” I have no idea. Either you have to have an ID or you don’t. This would be like saying that in certain “non-strict” driving law states, the speed limit is just a suggestion – it’s requested that you drive 55, but if you’re like Sammy Hagar and you just can’t do it, that’s fine. They won’t write you up for 125 or post your face “wanted dead or alive.”
The Wikipedia article on the topic violates their neutrality policy, but gives some insight into just how nutty this actually is:
Voter ID laws in the United States are laws that require a person to provide some form of official identification before they are permitted to register to vote, receive a ballot for an election, or to actually vote.
At the federal level, the Help America Vote Act of 2002 requires voter ID for all new voters in federal elections who registered by mail and who did not provide a driver’s license number or the last four digits of a Social Security number that was matched against government records. Though state laws requiring some sort of identification at voting polls go back to 1950, no state required a voter to produce a government-issued photo ID as a condition for voting before the 2006 election. Indiana in 2006 became the first state to enact a strict photo ID law, a law that was upheld two years later by the U.S. Supreme Court. As of September 2016, 33 states have enacted some form of voter ID requirement. Lawsuits have been filed against many of the voter ID requirements on the basis that they are discriminatory with an intent to reduce voting by traditionally Democratic constituencies. Parts of voter ID laws in several states have been overturned by courts.
Proponents of voter ID laws argue that they reduce electoral fraud while placing only little burden on voters. Opponents argue that electoral fraud is extremely rare in the United States and has been magnified as an issue to create barriers to voter registration, and that requiring voter ID in effect discriminates against minority groups and those who are less likely to possess photo IDs. Critics have argued that the barriers could result in the disenfranchisement of black, Hispanic and other minority voters.
Research has shown that the type of voter fraud that would be prevented by voter IDs is extremely rare; research is mixed as to whether voter ID laws reduce overall turnout or minority turnout; and research has shown that Republican legislators in swing states and districts with sizable black or Hispanic populations push the hardest for voter ID laws.
The only reason you would not require a person to show an ID both to register to vote and to actually vote is that you are trying to get noncitizens to vote. Because race doesn’t exist – as all scientists including Bill Nye agree – there is no reason to believe that blacks and Latinos are too stupid to get an ID.
If the argument is that nonwhites are so oppressed that they don’t have the $20 to buy an ID, then the solution is to make IDs free for nonwhites. I’m fine with that compromise.
Though that compromise is not being offered, instead they just keep saying they’re too stupid to get the ID.
This investigation into illegal voting fraud, if it is done right, won’t simply further legitimize Trump’s Presidency – it will retroactively legitimize Obama’s Presidency.
Let her rip, President Trump!