Shocking News: Very Little Evidence of Voter Fraud Discovered in 2016 Cycle
I have had to have my jaw wired shut after it nearly shattered after it hit the floor repeatedly upon my learning that there was almost no voter fraud reported by state officials across the fruited plane for this just completed cycle.
I thought for sure that millions upon millions of illegals followed President Obama’s advice and voted, even though they aren’t eligible too, because Obama said they wouldn’t be prosecuted.
And I know Obama said this because I heard a caller to talk radio talking about it.
After all the allegations of rampant voter fraud and claims that millions had voted illegally, the people who supervised the general election last month in states around the nation have been adding up how many credible reports of fraud they actually received. The overwhelming consensus: next to none.
In an election in which more than 137.7 million Americans cast ballots, election and law enforcement officials in 26 states and the District of Columbia — Democratic-leaning, Republican-leaning and in-between — said that so far they knew of no credible allegations of fraudulent voting. Officials in another eight states said they knew of only one allegation.
A few states reported somewhat larger numbers of fraud claims that were under review. Tennessee counted 40 credible allegations out of some 4.3 million primary and general election votes. In Georgia, where more than 4.1 million ballots were cast, officials said they had opened 25 inquiries into “suspicious voting or election-related activity.”
But inquiries to all 50 states (every one but Kansas responded) found no states that reported indications of widespread fraud. And while additional allegations could surface as states wind up postelection reviews, their conclusions are unlikely to change significantly.