Voter Fraud in Texas by Seth Ian

Voter Fraud is rampant, especially in California and Texas. That’s why President Trump is in favor of strict Voter ID Laws.
Since the past election, he even appointed Kris Kobach of Kansas to investigate. 58,000 non citizens voted in Texas and 95,000 non-citizens are registered to vote.

Evidence Of Voter Fraud

Texas attorney Ken Paxton announced that authorities have, “Obtained evidence that voter fraud is taking place and that yes, illegal immigrants are voting in U.S. elections.” Voter Fraud is real.

Deprives Americans

The Texas attorney general declared on twitter, “Any illegal vote deprives Americans of their voice.” Perhaps, this is a strategy the globalists and liberals are utilizing to obtain greater success in elections. They would rather replace the vote with Illegals, because they would vote Democrat as a display of gratitude to the Democrat party for their softness on immigration. This perhaps is a long term plan to change the demographics to favor the liberals. This all shows how voter fraud is a real problem, not a conspiracy theory. Voter fraud undermines our election system. Our voting system must maintain its integrity. Illegals voting is a disgrace and is a betrayal of the people’s trust.

Nationwide Problem

This is not an isolated problem according to National watchdog group, known as the Public Interest Legal Foundation, discovered that 1,046 illegals registered to vote in eight Virginia counties. In Pennsylvania, 100,000 voter registration cards were sent not to registered voters, but those who had driver’s licenses — a legislative priority for Democrats in Massachusetts and other states
It’s time to build the wall and require strict voting ID. It’s not unreasonable to ask that people show their ID’s when voting. When a person goes to the bar, they are asked to show ID. ID helps us prevent illegals from voting, and helps the US maintain our national sovereignty and security.

Follow Seth (Yeshiva University): @conservative013

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