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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Academic feud over non-citizen voters resurfaces with fraud probe

A small research group has entered the debate on voter fraud, siding with academics who estimate that large numbers of non-citizens illegally register and vote in U.S. elections.

Just Facts, founded in New Jersey 20 years ago by a Brown-educated mechanical engineer, released its findings as President Trump was setting up a task force on voter fraud headed by Vice President Mike Pence.

“Contrary to the claims of certain major media outlets and fact checkers, a comprehensive analysis of polling data, election records and government investigations shows that many non-citizens vote illegally in U.S. elections,” Just Facts President James D. Agresti told The Washington Times.

Ever since two professors at Old Dominion University and one at George Mason University collaboratively released a 2014 study saying non-citizens vote illegally in U.S. elections, and they vote mostly for Democrats, the liberal media and academia have tried to crush the findings.

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Jim said...

Anyone who says (or even thinks) that non-citizens are not voting in our elections is completely delusional.

Why in the world would laws be passed making it possible to register to vote when doing business at the DMV and other government agencies, with no evidence of citizenship required? They've even advocated for AUTOMATICALLY registering people who do business with almost any government agency.


We ALL KNOW why.

Bill Taylor said...

Every single state in the union has in place devices and procedures to determine of illegal immigrants are voting in that state. Even the red states have stated that there is not a problem in their states. And as far as folks being registered in two states, well, it happens all the time. Mr. Trump's own daughter and at least one of his current nominees for the cabinet are registered in two states. Go on line and check state by state to see what they are really saying about voter fraud. It certainly isn't what your article states. So whose wrong? The researchers or the states. I know it may be hard for some people to figure out, but jeez, you can lead a researcher to the truth but you can't make him think!