Pennsylvania Admits They Have Over 11,000 Non-citizens Registered to Vote

This is becoming a scary trend across America. President Trump is right once again.

Voter fraud is running rampant in America today. Pennsylvania reported last week that they have over 11,000 non U.S. citizens registered to vote. That’s a nice way of saying we have over 11,000 Illegal Immigrants planning on voting in the next election.

The number is 11,198 to be exact. A Top Pennsylvania lawmaker has called on the state to immediately expunge those names whom the state confirmed are registered to vote, despite not being eligible. The sad thing is that he has to ask the state to do it, right?

Last month the state of Texas said that over 58,000 Illegals voted in the 2018 election, and that almost 100,000 were registered to vote. We can only imagine this number is mind boggling in liberal states like California and New York who are ran by corrupt democratic law makers.

“I believe that we need to take action and have those people removed immediately from the rolls,” Mr. Metcalfe told The Washington Times. “They were never eligible to vote.”

“It’s clear that the right-wing elements in Texas government are trying to rig the system to keep power and disenfranchise 95,000 American citizens,” said Domingo Garcia, national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens. “There is no voter fraud in Texas. It’s a lie repeated time and again to suppress minority voters, and we’re going to fight hard against it.”

Texas Secretary of State David Whitley used state driver’s license records, which include immigration status, and compared those with voter rolls. He found that about 95,000 people whom the state says weren’t citizens were among the 16 million registered voters.

Of those, about 58,000 had voted at some point since 1996.

The Democrats are corrupt to the core America, and they must be held accountable. Two things that will cost conservatives the election in 2020. Voter fraud and censorship on social media. We must fight back against both.

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