California to Remove 1.5 Million Inactive Voters to Settle Lawsuit

California to Remove 1.5 Million Inactive Voters to Settle Lawsuit

The government watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Friday a settlement with the State of California and Los Angeles County has been reached that requires the state to remove 1.5 million inactive voters from their voter registration rolls.

It’s a great start.

The first results to come back from the Trump Elections Fraud Commission revealed millions of voter registrations duplicated across multiple states.

Crosschecks of voter registrations across 28 states that participated in the Kansas-run interstate voter registration crosscheck program, which is used to identify “possible duplicate registrations among states,” showed that at least 7.2 million registrations appeared in two states at once. Georgia (660,708), North Carolina (561,811), and Illinois (542,065) lead the 28 states studied in potentially duplicated voter registrations across the nation. More than 916,000 people appear to be registered multiple times within their state of residence.

And with all this Hillary thinks she won the popular vote. Thank God for the Electoral College.

Turn the page for details on the California cleanup of voter rolls.

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