Dead people voting, tampered voting machines, votes for Trump going to Rubio, out-of-state voters allowed to vote in New Hampshire and this is just the beginning. Wait until Hillary and Trump go head-to-head in November.
California’s primary is just 13 days away and CBS2 had uncovered that dead voters will cancel out the rightful votes of both Republican and Democrat voters.
CBS2 compared millions of voting records from the California Secretary of State’s office with death records from the Social Security Administration and found hundreds of so-called dead voters.
Specifically, 265 in Southern California and a vast majority of them, 215, in Los Angeles County alone.
The numbers come from state records that show votes were cast in that person’s name after they died. In some cases, Goldstein discovered that they voted year after year.
Across all counties, Goldstein uncovered 32 dead voters who cast ballots in eight elections apiece, including a woman who died in 1988. Records show she somehow voted in 2014, 26 years after she passed away.
It remains unclear how the dead voters voted but 86 were registered Republicans, 146 were Democrats.
While voting was still ongoing on Super Tuesday, voters early in the day were already alleging fraud in the state of Texas. Truth and Action reported that Trump votes went to Rubio and those voters blame the GOP establishment.
“4 people state voted for Trump and checked ballot, and it was changed to Rubio on three and Gray on fourth. Radio KLBJ, Austin,Tx.”” [email protected]
In New Hampshire, Truth and Action shared, “Election volunteers tell people how to vote within their state, even if one does not live there.
“Do you have an intention of living here indefinitely?” asked the poll worker, to which he responds, “Not indefinitely.”
She then says, “If yo want to vote today, you might want to tell them that you’re staying with a friend and you are here indefinitely, which sounds like its true.”
Now, here on the West Coast, California voters have not even entered the voting booth, but the fraud will come, just like the summer sun!
Congress passed the Help America Vote Act in 2002, which mandated sweeping reforms, including a statewide voter registration system that would eliminate ineligible voters.
But California is the only state that’s still not compliant with the act. Secretary of State Alex Padilla hopes to have it compliant later this year.
“You’re not supposed to have dead people on the rolls,” said J. Christian Adams, who is with the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
“The problem is California has been the most derelict state in the country in implementing statewide databases that are required under federal law. They just blew it off for over a decade,” said Adams.
Source: CBS Local
Photo: Clark Mackey