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Voter Fraud Is Rampant

Democrats say no, but wait, yes!, but no...

The lamestream media told you:

Bolstered by news reports, democrats continue to insist there is no credible evidence that vote fraud exists. They vehemently deny they are getting illegal immigrants to register, driving them to the polls, harvesting their ballots, or anything. Our election system is squeaky clean, despite bizarre unreliable frankly crazy republican claims to the contrary. Russia is not part of this narrative. That's a different narrative.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Democrat’s claims of a clean election system doesn’t even pass the sniff test, as democrats continue to insist Russia meddled with our presidential elections, despite the lack of any evidence to the contrary. That obvious self-evident conflict has raised few eyebrows among lamestream media. This hardly matters.

Judicial Watch, an 800-pound gorilla in government accountability, has filed a lawsuit in Montgomery County, Md., seeking access to the county’s voter-registration rolls, under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993. The act specifically allows this action, but in stonewalling, Maryland claims, incorrectly, you need to be a Maryland resident to file the lawsuit.

The reason for the suit -- sit down for this -- Montgomery County has more registered voters than citizens over the age of 18. That’s the very definition of voter fraud.

Similar actions may be planned for other states whose voter registrations exceed the number of adults over 18 in the state. Judicial Watch sent them letters too -- Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Thane "Goldie" Eichenauer

Is there a state governor that is on the same page?

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