Report: STAGGERING Number of Non-Citizens Registered to Vote in Pennsylvania

Election officials in Pennsylvania are either negligent, incompetent, or corrupt. There are no other explanations for the inclusion on the voter's rolls of so many illegals. In fact, the number is so large that it's obscene.

More than 100,000 non-U.S. citizens are registered voters in Pennsylvania, according to testimony contained in a lawsuit demanding that the state admit its problems when it comes to non-citizen voting.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation argued that non-citizens have been voting in Pennsylvania for decades, and that problem has been evident in other states the organization has worked with—including New Jersey and Virginia.

Unfortunately, the officials in Pennsylvania have not been much help in addressing this problem.

But the state has not granted PILF’s open records requests to access the data at the root of the problem, the organization said in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Harrisburg.

“For months, Pennsylvania bureaucrats have concealed facts about non-citizens registering and voting — that ends today,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said.

Adams said the state already admitted that it allowed non-citizens renewing their driver’s licenses to have the opportunity to register to vote.

Pennsylvania officials, however, declined to comment on the lawsuit or the more than 100,000 non-citizen voters.

No surprise that they don't want to talk about 100,000 non-citizen voters. This number is so large that it's tough to believe it is the result of pure incompetence.

To the extent that these non-citizen voters are concentrated in specific areas, they can certainly impact the results.

But then again, maybe that's the plan from the beginning?

Source: Breitbart

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