Someone needs to inform the liberal media that voter fraud exists in America
More Americans realize they could be enabling it
On Friday, June 30, 2017, a former U.S. Postal Service carrier was ordered to federal prison for accepting a bribe of $1000 in exchange for list of names and addresses of postal patrons on his route in Mission, Texas. The names were of those who received ballots during the Democratic primary in October 2014.
U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez said Noe Olvera, 44, received an 18-month sentence by U.S. District Judge Micaela Alvarez. According to the FBI, “In handing down the sentence, Judge Alvarez noted the problems with corruption in this community and stated that it was so prevalent that some people had equated the area with a third world country.”
California refuses to cooperate
In California, the Election Integrity Project (EIP), has exposed that their Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s has refused “to cooperate with the bipartisan President’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. He was asked to simply supply the state’s voter list to the Commission so it can investigate practices that could lead to improper or fraudulent registrations and voting.”
“The requested information is, for the most part, public information, and no more than any candidate, education organization, research organization, among others, are privy to,” EIP stated. “…why protest an opportunity to conclusively prove through third party investigation his assertion that there is no election fraud in California? What does the Secretary have to hide?”
When it comes to voter fraud, immigration and sanctuary cities, the mainstream media is clearly bias. On Thursday, June 29th, their evening newscasts devoted 28 times more coverage of President Donald Trump’s tweets than they did on significant immigration reform legislation.
Even more disturbing, the ABC, NBC, and CBS morning programs “devoted a staggering 52 times the amount of coverage to the President’s social media attack than to Kate’s Law passing the House,” according to analysis by Media Research Center. “The obsessive tweet coverage was brought to viewers by Honda, Colgate, and Toyota.”
The day before, Vice President Mike Pence had an “organizational” phone call with members of the election fraud panel that the White House commissioned in May.
With an executive order, President Trump created the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, which is charged with investigating voter fraud and issuing recommendations to prevent it.
“The integrity of the vote is a foundation of our democracy; this bipartisan commission will review ways to strengthen that integrity in order to protect and preserve the principle of one person, one vote,” said Pence, who leads the election fraud panel, told commission members in the phone call, according to a White House statement.
Kris Kobach, vice chair of the commission and Kansas secretary of state, sent a letter to the 50 states and District of Columbia requesting publicly available data from state voter rolls and feedback on how to prevent voter fraud. California refused.
Just Facts: in the 2012 election, 1.2 million to 3.6 million non-citizens voted.
James D. Agresti, president of Just Facts, a non-profit institute “committed to objectivity,” says their study every two years shows in the 2012 election, 1.2 million to 3.6 million non-citizens voted.
In what has termed “serious and substantial” allegations, the Texas Attorney General’s agents have been canvasing Fort Worth neighborhoods in what “is believed to be the largest case of voter fraud the AG’s office has ever investigated and involves multiple election cycles,” one investigative source said.
Clinton confident Terry McAuliffe promoted at the FBI
“Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Clinton confidant, helped steer $675,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an FBI official who went on to lead the probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system,” reported the New York Post. McAuliffe, the campaign chairperson for Hillary Clinton’s in 2008, lead the way for the monies to go to the Senate campaign of the wife of Andrew McCabe. Within a year, McCabe became the second in command at the FBI, under James Comey.
Breitbart exposed Gov. McAuliffe for clearing 13,000 Virginia felons to vote in the 2016 presidential election. This was even after the State’s Supreme Court struck down his earlier “sweeping order” automatically restoring some 206,000 Virginia felons right to vote. Many of these criminals were murders, rapists, sex offenders, kidnappers, child abusers, arsonists, and drug traffickers.