When we have an election upset of the magnitude of President Trump’s, the stunned media and all liberals will immediately search for an explanation.
Why did Trump win if he (supposedly) lost the popular vote?
In response to the theories proposed by the Democrats over why President Trump won the Electoral College vote, President Trump has proposed a theory of his own that has infuriated the Democrats:
What is that theory? Simple. He didn’t lose the popular vote but was rather robbed of it by voter fraud.
Of course, this has only upset the Democrats more and generated even more scorn from their ranks.
But getting past all the political vitriol, one simple question needs to be answered which would dispense with this issue:
Is President Trump right about voter fraud?
There is not definitive evidence at this point as to whether voter fraud took the popular voter away from our new president.
However, there OS evidence that it happened in New Hampshire. And if it can happen in one state, then … you can finish the sentence.
“Yesterday, a report was released that there were over 6,500 voters in the 2016 election who used out-of-state driver’s licenses to vote in New Hampshire.
Of that number of voters, over 5,300 had not established residency in the state by getting a New Hampshire driver’s license as of August 31, 2017.
It’s actually state law that if you move to the state with the intent on staying in the state, you must give up your former driver’s license and get a New Hampshire driver’s license within 60 days.
The 5,300 who voted with out-of-state drivers’ licenses in the 2016 election never established residency. Either they weren’t ever going to establish residency or they broke the law.
What this means is what many in the Granite State have witnessed and long been fighting against – ‘drive-by’ out-of-state voters are voting by the thousands and stealing the votes of actual New Hampshire residents.“
The crucial question is whether this number of fraudulent votes was enough to change the results of the election. In the case of New Hampshire, the answer is yes.
“This is a state where Hillary Clinton only won by 2,700 votes; Maggie Hassan only won her senate seat by a little over 1,000 votes and some local races were literally won by only a few votes.
This proves the point that New Hampshire indeed has an issue with drive-by voters.
For years, many Republicans have been trying to shore up the voter laws because of these issues and they are supported by a majority of actual voters in the state.
Democrats do everything possible to destroy voter integrity in New Hampshire and have out-of-state organizations helping spread false information and lies in order to deceive residents.“
Voter fraud should be a non-partisan issue. One person – one vote.
Unless you are at least 18, a U.S. citizen, a resident of your district a sufficient number of months, and not stripped of your right to vote by a court, you cannot vote. If you meet those qualifications you can.
What’s the problem?
There shouldn’t be one. At least not unless winning the election with the help of a little fraud is more important than fair, legal, and honest elections.
It’s well past time for some answers and reform in New Hampshire, and bunch of other places. Wouldn’t you agree?
Source: Federalist Papers Project