Voter roll manipulation is one of the staples of the democratic party, and no where is it easier for these cretins than in California.
The western oasis of liberalism has long been one of the democratic party’s strongest fortresses, with nary a conservative voice to be heard outside of the mountain towns of the north. The state is so blue, in fact, that a possible secession ballot initiative could be in the works for as soon as the 2018 midterm elections.
During the 2016 election we were treated to a fully disheartening display of anti-American liberality in the state as Californians turned violent and bigoted in their demonstrations against then-candidate Donald Trump. During campaign rallies for the soon-to-be republican President, so-called “antifa” thugs lashed out against pro-Trump supporters, violently beating and threatening anyone wearing the iconic red and white “Make America Great Again” hats. Furthermore, the chaos that ensued forced Trump to abandon his motorcade and walk to one such engagement.
Now, as we examine the aftermath of that long and arduous election, conservative watchdog groups are discovering something quite disturbing regarding California’s voter rolls. Namely, that at least 11 counties are reporting to have more registered voters than adults of voting age. And, wouldn’t you know it, 10 out of those 11 counties fell for Hillary Clinton.
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“A conservative watchdog group says the current state of California’s voter rolls threatens to undermine the integrity of its 2018 federal elections.
“Judicial Watch found 11 California counties had more registered voters than citizens of voting age.
“The group says the number of registered voters was between 102 percent and 144 percent higher than the actual number of people of voting age, depending on the county.
“It broke down its findings by county like this: ‘Imperial (102 percent), Lassen (102 percent), Los Angeles (112 percent), Monterey (104 percent), San Diego (138 percent), San Francisco (114 percent), San Mateo (111 percent), Santa Cruz (109 percent), Solano (111 percent), Stanislaus (102 percent), and Yolo (110 percent).’
“The group’s findings come from official voter registration records, but it says some numbers differ now. When it contacted Los Angeles County in June, its total number of registered voters stood at 144 percent the total number of voting-age residents.”
How exactly these voter rolls became so corrupted has yet to be determined, but the democrats have revealed some of their fraudulent tricks in the past.
During the course of 2016, we were inundated with stories of zombie democratic voters throughout the nation, with names both being overlooked in roll purges and purposefully added by democratic operatives after retrieving information directly from cemeteries. Furthermore, a vast number of duplicate registrations were detected during the election, as well as millions of illegal votes, cast by undocumented immigrants.