(NationalSentinel) Elections: It’s been said that liberal Democrats are the only ones who don’t really want to find any evidence of voter fraud in the United States because most of the voter fraud is engineered to support Democratic candidates.
Now there’s more evidence of that concerted opposition.
As reported by The Washington Times, about 90 liberal professors from around the country are attempting to blackball a Virginia study into voter fraud involving tens of thousands – and possibly millions – of illegally cast ballots:
More than 90 political scientists have signed an open letter calling for the blacklisting of studies done by Virginia professors who estimated that thousands, and perhaps millions, of noncitizens register to vote and vote illegally in U.S. elections.
Political science professor Jesse Richman of Old Dominion University in Norfolk is one of three academics who have produced research on noncitizen voting. The research has irked liberal professors who contend that their surveys show that “zero” of some 20 million noncitizens vote in the U.S.
The anti-Richman study professors circulated an open letter that states: “The scholarly political science community has generally rejected the findings in the Richman et al. study and we believe it should not be cited or used in any debate over fraudulent voting.”
Richman says he stands by his study, but added that his research team has not discovered enough voter fraud to have changed Hillary Clinton’s majority – which came entirely from California.
Trump has said the evidence is in the voter registration rolls in states. He has claimed that many of them are outdated and contain the names of millions of people who have moved, are dead, or otherwise unable to vote, giving scammers a ready-made “list” of people from which to draw.
Ironically enough, liberals have sued states that have dared to clean up their voter registration rolls, claiming that such efforts hurt the “poor,” are “racist,” etc. So maybe the president has something there, because the Left sure doesn’t want voter registration rolls updated for some reason.
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But there is firm evidence of voter fraud, as the Times noted in a couple of examples:
The Times earlier this month reported on a civil lawsuit filed by voters against Frederick County, Maryland.
The plaintiffs acquired documents and could compare lists of disqualified noncitizens for jury duty with voter registration rolls. The research found that nearly 180 noncitizens were registered to vote in 2007, 2008 and 2009, and that 63 actually voted. What a more comprehensive analysis of voter rolls would show is unknown since Maryland does not do such cross-checking.
In Virginia, the Public Interest Legal Foundation discovered that 1,000 noncitizens registered to vote in six countries and two cities. Of them, 200 voted.
Democrats wail against voter fraud “conspiracies” but when you’re trying to protect a key voting bloc, what else would you do?