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WHOA: Judge Stuns America, Drops SHOCKING Truth Bomb…President Trump Cheers!

The evidence is really starting to pile up.

It was just revealed that Hillary Clinton got 800,000 votes from noncitizens in the November election, which is reason enough be thoroughly annoyed at the flawed voting process.

And the problem isn’t new; it has apparently been around for quite some time, as there’s a study that shows Barack Obama earned a whopping 2.8 million illegal votes back in the 2008 election. That’s another stunner for America.

And yet, the Democrats are still crying.

Part of the reason nobody wants to look into voter fraud is they’re afraid that if it turns out to be true, then America’s electoral process will come crumbling down. But part of the reason, too, is that some fear the discovery of voter fraud may clamp the ability for fraudsters to stuff ballot boxes in the coming elections.

And the fact that Trump’s willing to look into it to see why and how Hillary Clinton beat him in the popular vote is something that one person in the know, Judge Jeanine Pirro, is cheering:

“What people do not understand, and I’ve prosecuted these cases,” Pirro said, before dropping a bombshell, Law Newz reported, “dead people vote all of the time.

So Trump’s crazy for looking into the whole voter fraud issue?

Not so much. Pirro said the federal government actually has a responsibility to look into and preserve the integrity of the U.S. electoral process, and that’s just common sense.

You know what’s not common sense? How Clinton, with all her falling poll numbers and with all Americans who regarded her with suspicion and dislike, could’ve still done so well in the popular vote.

Voter fraud – the casting of ballots by dead people – explains much.

So, if you think President Donald Trump ought to stop all that “nonsense” about investigating voter fraud from the 2016 general election, then you might want to take a few moments and reassess.

Clearly, the evidence is NOT in your favor. And we DO need to fix things.

Source: Law Newz

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