‘TIP OF THE ICEBERG’: ILLEGAL VOTERS Found In This Key Swing State…Many More Out There!

“Research by the law firm also indicated that Philadelphia makes no effort to proactively remove non-citizens or incarcerated felons, who also are ineligible to vote under Pennsylvania law.”

Is your state actively trying to find and remove illegal voters? It’s a great question to ask! 

My state has done NOTHING to remove voters who’re illegal, dead, felons….As a poll watcher for several elections, I can tell you that if you are a warm body, they’ll let you vote. Patty and I have gone into areas that no one else would go into and it’s like a banana republic there with rules thrown out the window. We were shocked at what we saw! We even had the Republican lawyer come and observe. He confirmed for us that what was going on was wrong but he did nothing. The Republican Party knows about this but has done NOTHING! Our vote should be protected but IT IS NOT! It’s way past time for the voters to demand a full accounting of exactly who’s voting and toss the illegal voters off the lists!

PLEASE VOLUNTEER TO BE A POLL WATCHER IN YOUR STATE AND DEMAND ANSWERS!

At least 86 non-citizens have been registered voters in Philadelphia since 2013, and almost half — 40 — even voted in at least one recent election, according to a legal group that sued to get voter registration records.

Joseph Vanderhulst, an attorney with the Public Interest Legal Foundation, noted Philadelphia knows about those 86 illegal voters only because officials received specific requests — in almost every case from the voters themselves — to remove the names from the rolls. He said there is no way to know how many non-citizens might be registered to vote in Philadelphia, let alone in the rest of politically crucial Pennsylvania.

“This is just the tip of the iceberg. Who knows how many are on and don’t ask to be taken off.”

Research by the law firm also indicated that Philadelphia makes no effort to proactively remove non-citizens or incarcerated felons, who also are ineligible to vote under Pennsylvania law.

Via: Lifezette


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