The latest charges for voter fraud could be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to “non-U.S. citizens” voting in our elections. While the Democrats would have everyone believe there is little to no voter fraud, concerning evidence continues to come out exposing non-citizens for voting in U.S. elections.

In August 2018, the U.S. attorney in Raleigh, North Carolina, announced charges against 19 non-U.S. citizens. He accused them of illegally voting in the 2016 election. U.S. Attorney Bobby Higdon tried to obtain voting records from the North Carolina elections board and more than 40 county boards. Voting rights advocates called the investigation a “fishing expedition,” but it has turned out to expose dozens of cases of voter fraud in the state:

A federal North Carolina prosecutor’s office announced that 24 people had been charged over the past 18 months with voter fraud, naturalization fraud, and the misuse of immigration visas and other documents.

Two of the defendants have been charged with voter fraud earlier this year, and more than 15 other defendants were charged with falsely claiming U.S. citizenship to register to vote. The defendants are listed as being from Central America and France, Yemen, Iraq, Nigeria, and other countries.

The Times-News is reporting that the defendants could face possible jail time and fines. “Possible Jail Time”??? The punishment should be a deterrent for any others who plan on committing voter fraud in the U.S.

What do you think? Should these illegals be severely punished with jail time?

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