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Shocking! Study uncovers 800,000 illegal Hillary votes

January 31, 2017

After the election, President Donald Trump tweeted: “In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.”

The statement made the mainstream media – which has desperately tried to portray Trump as an unpopular fluke-in-chief, elected by Russian hackers – go absolutely insane. The New York Times called it a “lie.” The Washington Post gave him “four Pinocchios.” And Politifact called it a “pants on fire” statement.

But an expert on elections says he’s certain that former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received hundreds of thousands of votes from people who are not even U.S. citizens.

A total of 834,381 of Hillary Clinton’s votes came from people who are in the country illegally, according to political science professor Jesse Richman of Old Dominion University.

And that’s not all.

According to the study, that number may underestimate the problem of illegal voter fraud in the U.S.

Richman and two other researchers found that a shocking 6.4 percent of non-citizens vote each election –and 81 percent of them vote for the Democratic Party.

There were 20 million non-citizens in the United States in 2012 over the age of 18, according to the Census Bureau. If 6.4 percent of them voted, and 81 percent voted for the Democrat, that would mean more than a million (1,036,800) people voted for Hillary, even if they aren’t American citizens.

As many as 2.8 million non-citizens may have voted in the 2008 election, his 2014 study found.

Richman says illegal voting has already had a major impact on American law – including helping pass ObamaCare.

“This participation has been large enough to change meaningful election outcomes including Electoral College votes, and Congressional elections,” he wrote. “Non-citizen votes likely gave Senate Democrats the pivotal 60th vote needed to overcome filibusters in order to pass health care reform and other Obama administration priorities in the 111th Congress.”

To be fair, some experts consider Richman’s numbers to be controversial, but most agree the conclusions are solid — there is a large amount of illegal votes being cast in the United States.

Even The Washington Post wrote about his findings in 2014.

These aren’t just academic estimates and guesses. There’s hard proof behind those numbers.

Miami-Dade County – the largest county in the nation’s largest swing state, Florida – investigated 2,000 illegals on the voting rolls in 2012. One person had been registered for 40 years, and another had voted 30 times!

J. Christian Adams and the Public Interest Legal Foundation found 1,046 illegal immigrants registered to vote in just eight counties – and not the biggest counties – in the swing state of Virginia.

But Democrats and radicals don’t just think foreigners should be able to vote; they practice it. Billionaire George Soros and the Mexican government were caught in a concerted effort to register as many foreigner-born residents as possible before the U.S. election this November.

And they found plenty of Democratic officials willing to help get these new voters to the polls.

Two years ago, California adopted a law that gives illegals a drivers license and signs them up to vote at the same time. So far, it’s added at least 806,000 non-citizens to California voter rolls – 14,000 just last November, according to statistics released by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles.

San Francisco voted in November to allow illegal aliens to vote in school board elections. Chicago allows “non-citizens” to vote in school board elections, and New York City did so until 2002.

But Maryland takes the cake. No less than 10 of its jurisdictions allow foreigners to vote.

This is only the number of foreigners voting in U.S. elections. It doesn’t count other kinds of voter fraud.



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