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NPR: 25 Million Votes For Clinton ‘Completely Fake’ – She Lost Popular Vote

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NPR no less....


NPR: 25 Million Votes For Clinton ‘Completely Fake’ – She Lost Popular Vote
January 29, 2017 by usapoliticsnow admin

A study published by NPR reveals that over 25 million Hillary Clinton votes were completely fraudulent, meaning that the Democratic candidate actually lost the popular vote by a huge margin.

A study by the Pew Center claiming that over 800,000 non-citizens voted for Hillary Clinton failed to take into account dead and fraudulent voters which totalled over 25 million “registered voters”.

According to reports, illegal aliens combined with dead voters and “multiple state” voters explains why Hillary appeared to have won the popular vote over Trump during this years presidential race.

Infowars.com reports:

“A report by the Pew Center on the States finds that more than 1.8 million dead people are currently registered to vote, and 24 million registrations are either invalid or inaccurate,” NPR reported in 2012, which is ironic given how NPR is heavily controlled by Democrats.

And many of the dead, registered voters somehow keep voting Democrat from beyond the grave, most recently in Philadelphia, Penn. and Colorado.

It’s also worth noting that the U.S. population has increased since 2012, meaning that there’s likely more dead and invalid voters than before.

“…The Pew study found that almost 3 million people are registered to vote in more than one state,” NPR added.

That’s because when a new resident registers to vote in a state, officials usually never bother to tell his former state about the change in voter residency.

Under the “catch and release” immigration program by the Obama administration, illegal aliens were routinely given bus tickets to travel to other states by immigration officials, so it was theoretically possible for non-citizens to register to vote in a border country illegally, then register to vote in another state after their taxpayer-funded bus dropped them off.

Clinton won most of the 163 most populous counties in the US that account for half of the total votes in the election, including dense urban areas in New York and California, yet she only won the popular vote by 2.8 million votes, which reveals the lack of enthusiasm voters had for her in comparison to Trump – and that Democrats would have depended more on illegal votes.

A portion of the 24 million invalid voter registrations combined with a portion of the 1.8 million dead voters and the over 800,000 known illegal voters could explain the difference of 2.8 million votes, and it’s worth noting that the 800,000 figure could be a low, conservative estimate.

That said, a popular vote victory is meaningless; if the president was elected by popular vote, then both Trump and Clinton would have campaigned in entirely different states because only densely population regions of the U.S. would decide who would become president.

Without the electoral college, the United States of America would be reduced to the United States of New York and California, with 48 other vassal states.

Yet notice how Clinton campaigned in other, less populated states. They knew the popular vote was meaningless ahead of the election.

However, the popular vote is useful as a barometer for voter fraud since the most populous countries are also the most susceptible to election tampering by illegal, invalid and dead voters.



http://usapoliticsnow.com/npr-25-million-votes-clinton-completely-fake-lost-popular-vote/
 

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Old news already ignored by the MSM. Only the people who are paying attention know this. Most people are mindless drones who have their mind made up since the election. Hillary supporters be like 'muh popular votes'. That will never end!
 

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Stop confusing voter registrations with voter fraud.
Virtually every study ever done, including the Pew study misinterpreted above, has concluded that actual voter fraud is virtually non-existent. Election fraud, yes, vote suppression, yes. Voter fraud, no.

Tiffany Trump & Steve Mnunchin were all registered in more than one state. That does not make them criminals. I might still be registered in FL, though I left there 5 years ago.

Steve Bannon, on the other hand, has been under investigation in Miami-Dade for fraudulent voter registration, because he registered to vote in a Miami residence it appears he never lived at.
Why register somewhere he never lived in FL?
My guess would be to avoid CA income taxes.

Under Florida law, voters must be legal residents of the state and of the county where they register to vote. Guidelines from the Florida department of state say that Florida courts and state authorities have defined legal residency as the place “where a person mentally intends to make his or her permanent residence”.
Wilfully submitting false information on a Florida voter registration – or helping someone to do so – is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/aug/26/steve-bannon-florida-registered-vote-donald-trump

https://www.washingtonpost.com/inve...22680e18d10_story.html?utm_term=.6ea2e98278d2
 
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An update on Trump administration's investigations:

President Trump's Voter Fraud Investigation Is Off To a Slow Start
  • You might be asking yourself, whatever happened to Vice President Mike Pence's investigation into President Trump's claim that millions of people voted illegally in November? It's been over a month since the president said he would ask Pence to lead a "major investigation" into those claims and the overall issue of voter fraud.

    Well, apparently, not much has happened so far. A spokesman for Pence said in an e-mail this week that they're "still doing the necessary groundwork." And White House Spokesman Sean Spicer said Monday that the Vice President has been "talking to folks potentially to serve on" his task force and that several secretaries of state have expressed interest.

    But a spokesperson for the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) says they're unaware of any of their members being approached to participate in the investigation. And when NASS representatives went to the White House Tuesday to get an update on the vice president's plans, they were told there was "no information to share" at this time.

    In fact, it's hard to find anyone involved in voting issues who's been approached to be on the vice president's task force — or at least to admit it.
http://www.npr.org/2017/03/11/51970...er-fraud-investigation-is-off-to-a-slow-start
 

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I would wager that NPR's listening base is listing towards the Bernie end of the Dem spectrum, and thus an unlikely but inevitable alliance has formed to out HRC and her ilk.

Interesting times indeed!
 

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...or the article is just plain bullshit. I wouldn't dispute that clinton lost the legal popular vote. But I would bet my last dollar that NPR never admitted as much.
 

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hahaha its all about the money. Keep cutting budgets and lets get the other lefties singing. Two with one stone, IMO.
 

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This section of the "population" is never mentioned... all with "Drivers Licenses" and "Social Security Numbers"... The "Green Card" holders, NON-CITIZENS, without the "right to vote" - not mentioned on their "Licenses" =

 

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The only evidence of an actual case of voter fraud in this entire thread is Steve Bannon. Not a conviction, but a criminal investigation.
 

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The only evidence of an actual case of voter fraud in this entire thread is Steve Bannon. Not a conviction, but a criminal investigation.
Everybody has an opinion. Why is it democrats are the ones who fight sane voting requirements like voter ID laws?
Michigan got strict voter ID laws around 2 elections ago and the democrats are dropping like flies here. I live here. I see it.
Detroit and Lansing are now blue spots instead of massive blue areas.

Democrat districts in Detroit were so jacked up they ended up throwing out the results from half of the voting districts.
http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/politics/2016/12/05/recount-unrecountable/95007392/

No worries though brother Gnome. The adults are in charge now and we're going to get it fixed so for once in our lifetimes voting will be fair for all US citizens. ONLY US citizens. :beer:


Evidence Suggests Voter Fraud in the 2016 Elections Was Likely
By Joshua Philipp, Epoch Times |
February 1, 2017 AT 12:07 PM


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February 3, 2017 10:23 am

President Donald Trump has asserted that 3 million votes may have been fraudulent in the last election, and on Jan. 25, his administration ordered the launch of a “major investigation” into that possibility.

While it’s too early to know what the investigation will uncover, we do know there were many documented discrepancies during the election that warrant a closer look, and experts say existing vulnerabilities in the election system would have made fraud easy.

Irregularities
In Florida’s Broward County, one of the swing counties, election employees were allegedly caught filling out stacks of stolen absentee ballots. This was described in a Nov. 3, 2016, affidavit filed by Chelsey Marie Smith, a former employee of the Secretary of Elections Department.

In Philadelphia, state Attorney General Bruce Beemer said his office was investigating a “pattern of voter registration irregularities” across Pennsylvania. CBS Pittsburgh reported on Nov. 4, 2016, “agents say a company called FieldWorks was paying people to register voters,” and “that company may have required workers to meet a quota.” Some of the registrations had addresses from non-existent locations, according to Republican Rep. Pat Meehan.

Police raided the FieldWorks offices in early November looking for documents used to “construct fraudulent voter registration forms.” The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office suspected “tampering with public records or information,” or violations of an act regulating military and overseas ballots.

In Pittsburgh, some Trump voters reported seeing their ballots switch on screen to Hillary Clinton, according to a Nov. 8, 2016, story from CBS Pittsburgh.

Voting Machines

A sales executive with Sequoia Voting Systems demonstrates how the machine works in San Francisco on Dec. 5, 2007. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
Cybersecurity company Cylance exposed a vulnerability in a Sequoia voting machine on Nov. 4, 2016, just days before the election. On its official blog, Cylance showed “how easy it is” to hack the machines and “directly manipulate the voting tallies in memory.”

In Georgia, federal officials are investigating suspicions that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hacked the state’s government network, including its election system. DHS Inspector General John Roth issued a letter on Jan. 17 asking Georgia’s secretary of state for detailed web and network logs connected to 10 separate attempts to breach the systems between February 2016 and November 2016.

In Detroit, voting machines in more than a third of its precincts registered more votes than there were voters. The Detroit News reported on Dec. 12, 2016, that “it’s unclear how many votes were added in Detroit,” since county officials had not tabulated how much the ballots were off. Michigan is now replacing all its voting machines—a process it expects to complete by August 2018.



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According to James Scott, senior fellow of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, the voting systems are vulnerable enough that surface-level voter fraud is no longer necessary for someone looking to alter an election.

Considering “how vulnerable the election system is at every layer,” all you have to do is hire an insider, Scott said. “There are no background checks on election polling managers, and lots of them are hired as contractors by the actual [voting machine] manufacturers.”

“All you need to do is say, ‘I’ll give you $500, and you give me this memory card at the end of the night,'” he said. Then the insider could add simple code to alter the outcome of votes in a handful of swing counties.

Video investigations from Project Veritas have shown the willingness of many polling site workers to commit crimes, such as advising people how to perpetrate various forms of voter fraud.

Illegal Votes
Clinton could have received over 800,000 votes from non-U.S. citizens on Nov. 8, 2016, according to research from political scientist Jesse Richman of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Based on voting statistics, he calculated that “6.4 percent of non-citizens voted, and that of the non-citizens who voted, 81.8 percent voted for Clinton and 17.5 percent voted for Trump.” The numbers were extrapolated from a study he co-authored about the 2008 campaign.

That study was based on data collected by the Cooperative Congressional Election Study, which used surveys taken in 2008 and 2010 of over 88,000 people nationwide. It found that among respondents, “roughly one quarter of non-citizens were likely registered to vote.”


(Courtesy of Snoopwall)

When [Trump] said there were 3 million fraudulent voters, I think he’s going to find it.
— Gary Miliefsky, CEO, SnoopWall

It also found that non-citizen voting likely changed the 2008 outcomes in favor of Democratic candidates.

Scott Foval, former deputy political director at People for the American Way, a progressive advocacy organization, lost his job in October 2016 after telling an undercover journalist with Project Veritas how he could commit voter fraud.

“It’s a very easy thing for Republicans to say, ‘Well, they’re bussing people in.’ Well, you know what? We’ve been bussing people in, to deal with you [expletives] for 50 years, and we’re not going to stop now. We’re just going to find a different way to do it,” Foval says in a video.


Screenshot from a video by Project Veritas taken by an undercover investigator being approved to fraudulently vote using Attorney General Eric Holder’s name and address. (Screenshot via Youtube/Project Veritas)
A Jan. 27 compilation video, also by Project Veritas, shows cases of voter fraud its researchers have documented over the last five years, including the recent election. The video includes footage of Democrat organizations agreeing to commit voter fraud or providing guidance to commit voter fraud.

In an Oct. 11, 2016, undercover video by Project Veritas, Alan Schulkin, then commissioner of the Board of Elections in New York City and a Democrat, states: “People don’t realize, certain neighborhoods in particular, they bus people around to vote.” Schulkin was fired after the video came out, according to Project Veritas.



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Gary Miliefsky, CEO of counterintelligence technology company SnoopWall, believes the largest loophole in the elections was the lack of voter ID laws. As of December 2016, 19 states have no voter identification requirements, while 16 states require voters to present photo ID, and another 15 accept other non-photo ID.

Based on that alone, “when [Trump] said there were 3 million fraudulent voters, I think he’s going to find it,” he said.

Aside from documented cases of fraud exploiting voter ID loopholes, new forms of cyberthreats would allow anyone with enough money to influence an election, Miliefsky said.

For example, personal information from attacks on institutions such as hospitals can be purchased in cybercrime markets for around $10 a piece, he said. Social security numbers and dates of birth can be easily used to cast fraudulent ballots.

“If you wanted to perform multimillion voter fraud, you’d get those names and register them,” he said.

Changing Laws

George Soros attends his Soros Fund Management and the Open Society Foundations in New York on Sept. 20, 2016. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Concordia Summit)
While it may be difficult to determine exactly how many non-U.S. citizens cast ballots in the past election, loosening voter ID laws does make this type of voter fraud much easier to perpetrate.

One of the main financiers behind organizations working to block and overturn these laws has been George Soros, the billionaire investor convicted of insider trading in 2011. Soros is a staunch Democratic supporter and has been one of the major forces opposing Trump.

Internal documents from Soros groups, leaked by DC Leaks, showed that Soros poured hundreds of millions of dollars into organizations that tried to alter voting laws and sway news coverage to impact the election in favor of the Democrats. Among these were direct actions to reduce voter identification laws.



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According to PJ Media, Soros funded operations that led to voter ID laws being overturned in North Carolina ahead of the elections, by providing $250,000 to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

A leaked 2012 document from the Soros-backed Open Society Foundations outlines efforts to block and overturn voter ID laws. It notes “advocates were quite strategic in not going head to head against the validity of voter ID,” noting that research shows “people overwhelmingly support voter ID.”

The document also notes that the Open Society Foundations’ U.S. Programs “messaging project” to alter public opinion on voter ID laws was led by public policy law institute Brennan Center and civil rights organization Advancement Project. The “messages were used verbatim hundreds of times in sources ranging from The New York Times to the Philadelphia Inquirer, quickly and fully working their way into the media, national and local, and across social networking sites.”

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/221...voter-fraud-in-the-2016-elections-was-likely/
 
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Illegal Mexicans like to vote 3 or 4 times depending if they can catch a ride on the Dem bus and what are the box lunches.
You are correct sir.

A lawyer for a Mexican national sentenced to eight years in prison for voter fraud in Texas says she's been released as her appeal is pending.

Attorney Clark Birdsall said 37-year-old Rosa Maria Ortega was released Thursday after posting a more than $11,000 bond. Ortega was convicted in Fort Worth last month on two felony counts of illegal voting.

Ortega is accused of improperly casting a ballot five times between 2005 and 2014. Birdsall has said Ortega is a permanent resident and mistakenly thought her green card allowed her to vote.

Birdsall says a state district judge this week granted his request for an appeal bond.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says Ortega's immigration detainer was canceled Thursday. The agency says it removes detainers during an appeal in some cases.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/texas-woman-prison-voter-fraud-appeal-45889054