Los Angeles County Admits As Many As 1.5 Million Voters are Ineligible to Vote

Despite the vehement denial on the left, you know that illegal voting happens. It’s a given. In fact, we can trust that it’s a major problem because the left so fanatically fights against simple research into the topic. They’ll cite studies that show that very specific methods of voter fraud are uncommon, but we’re not really worried about people voting under the registrations of the deceased.

In the past 10 years, only one comprehensive study looked at voter fraud. It was commissioned by the Commonwealth of Virginia, and it found tens of thousands of cases in a single local election cycle. No other such study exists, and when the federal government commissioned a nationwide study of the same issue, it was sued by multiple states. According to Democrats, we can trust states with voter rolls, but we can’t trust the federal government with that personal information.

You know it’s malarky. We all do. It’s the thinnest smokescreen in all of politics, but the left can’t hide the truth forever. A recent investigation done by Judicial Watch showed that there are 1.5 million potential cases of voter fraud in Los Angeles County right now. Those numbers might not surprise you, but the seriousness of this problem cannot be understated.

We are facing a crisis of voter fraud. Los Angeles County is a small part of a big problem. If you want to see the true extent, watch this video. It’s absolutely terrifying.


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