An Estimated 6.9 MILLION Votes Could Be Fraudulent!

An Estimated 6.9 MILLION Votes Could Be Fraudulent!

Liberals have been claiming that the electoral college needs to go. Their reasoning is that Hillary Clinton actually won the popular vote, so clearly, the majority of the American people want her. But is that really true? One watchdog organization claims that almost 7 million American votes could be fraudulent.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Watchdog.org reports that approximately 6.9 million people are registered to vote in two or more states. “Our nation’s voter rolls are a mess,” says Catherine Engelbrecht, president of True the Vote, says. She claims that special interest groups fight common-sense reforms that would help with maintenance so that they can continue abusing the system. “Sensible approaches to roll maintenance are fought tooth and nail by radical special interests who can use the duplicity in the system to their advantage,” Engelbrecht claims.

28 states have been found to be involved in the potential voter fraud, including California, Florida and Texas. “Duplicate registration is an open invitation to voting fraud,” said Clara Belle Wheeler, a member of the Election Board in Albemarle County, VA. “This ability to vote more than once dilutes the legal votes and changes the results of elections.”

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As it stands now, an interstate cross-check program looks for first names, last names and birth dates to check for multiple registrations. But some believe the data isn’t used to get rid of duplicate registrations. “Increasingly lax standards in our election process produce increasingly unreliable results,” Engelbrecht said.

According to Jay DeLancy, executive director of the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, the solution to the issue is simple. “First, tie registrations more closely to (each state’s) Department of Motor Vehicles. All voter ID cards would originate there,” he said. “As it is today, when we get an ID card from DMV, we get registered to vote — but turning in your former state’s ID card should revoke your right to vote in the state that issued it.

“Second, make it a felony to possess a voter ID card — or any other DMV-issued ID card — from more than one state. Third, we would only be allowed to vote from the address on that ID card. If a voter shows up with the wrong address, the vote is provisional until the card is corrected. We don’t need a federal ID card to do this. In fact, it wouldn’t require any more feds to be hired.”

So, if it really is that easy to prevent voter fraud, then perhaps Engelbrecht is right and it’s that special interest groups are putting their agenda first and preventing the problem from being solved.

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