Monday, January 7, 2019

California admits it has no idea whether non-citizens voted in last primary

January 6, 2019 By Monica Showalter

After a hard-fought battle to obtain records by the Sacramento Bee, we now learn that California's electoral officials are admitting that they have no idea how many illegals and other non-citizens voted in the last primary, based on the state's motor-voter registration, which has been shown to have registered thousands of non-citizen voters. The Bee reports:
California officials still can’t say whether non-citizens voted in the June 2018 primary because a confusing government questionnaire about eligibility was created in a way that prevents a direct answer on citizenship.
Apparently, tens of thousands of foreign nationals and other ineligible voters, maybe 16 year olds, got registered to vote at the DMV ...........
Investigators can see that people marked themselves as ineligible to vote or declined to answer eligibility questions, but they can’t tell why. “We can’t assume why they declined to answer eligibility questions or why they said they were not eligible,” the Secretary of State’s Office wrote in an internal memo on Oct. 8, 2018..........
This doesn't even include the undoubtedly significant numbers of voters who answered that they were eligible to vote when they were not................If California has no idea who's a citizen, and has resisted every effort out there to get that information (it has defied cooperation with President Trump's electoral integrity commission), well, then what we can conclude is that they don't want to know if a non-citizen is voting and now the word is out that they don't. Apparently, Democratic interests in 'counting all the ballots' as they say, means counting illegal ones, too............we now learn that California's electoral officials are admitting that they have no idea how many illegals and other non-citizens voted in the last primary...........To Read More....

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