In the 2016 election, illegal aliens voted in large enough numbers that the popular vote was skewed for Hillary Clinton. The media and the progressive socialists in the far-left Democrat Party laugh at such assertions and ridicule anyone who makes that statement. They have fallen silent at studies done since that time that have proven the assertion to be true. And as expected, they have no explanation why one and a half million illegal votes suddenly appeared in Los Angeles County in California. Nor can they explain why California has a problem cleaning up the voter rolls in the state. San Diego County has an over-registration number of 138% which makes 811,000″ghost” voters. Los Angeles County numbers are 112% for 708,000 “ghost” voters, ad according to the employees of Los Angeles country the number may actually be as high as 144%. The total “ghost” voters for California is in the area of 1,736,556.
Even the state of California has finally admitted that one-third of the votes tallied as belonging to registered citizen voters should not be registered to vote due to irregularities in the voting process. The numbers tally up to 12% more voters than those eligible to vote in the state. The California legislature has agreed to give illegal aliens drivers licenses which leads to these same non-citizens being allowed to vote. In California, this results in a million and a half voters who should not be allowed to vote. Other states are being forced to follow this example by liberal judges sitting on the federal and state courts.
This debacle was started when the National Voter Registration Act or the “Motor Voter Law” was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1993.”Motor Voter” was a misnomer because it not only registered those that applied for drivers licenses but it also automatically registered those who used welfare and disability payments. Once those payments were given to illegal aliens in California, the doors were wide open for abuse. There is no valid process check against non-citizens voting even to this day. Much of the reason is that the federal courts have blocked states from asking for proof of citizenship. This leaves states to process registration forms where the citizenship question on the form is not marked and still pushed through.