(NationalSentinel) Elections: During the recently completely presidential election cycle, then-GOP candidate Donald J. Trump alleged that voter fraud was rampant across the country. Now, apparently, he’s been vindicated, though you wouldn’t know it if all you read or watched was the discredited establishment media.
As Fox News reported in mid-February, the Trump administration has been provided ample evidence of voter fraud:
President Trump’s assertions about widespread voter fraud in the 2016 elections re-emerged this weekend, with a top Trump adviser saying Sunday the White House has provided “enormous evidence” to support claims while still producing no evidence.
“The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state,” White House policy adviser Stephen Miller told ABC’s “This Week,” amid calls for Trump to provide evidence for his claim.
Trump has argued since November that voter fraud cost him the popular vote, which he lost to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton by several million ballots. However, the White House has yet to provide evidence, at least publicly, to support the argument.
“This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence,” Miller said. “But I can tell you this: Voter fraud is a serious problem in this country.”
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Actually, “several million” is an overstatement; Trump lost the popular vote by about 2.9 million ballots out of more than 127 million cast. And all of those came from California. So that means if Trump is right – there are 4 – 5 million illegal votes being cast in every presidential election, he would have handily won the popular vote as well as the electoral vote.
And frankly, given California’s lax voter ID rules, it is certainly not out of the realm of possibility that a couple million illegal aliens living freely in the state would have been able to cast a ballot for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Time will tell. Miller says the White House has the evidence and the case is mounting as the investigation into voter fraud continues.