By: Charles Benninghoff
Ramification of Vote Fraud in United States
In contrast to the claims placed by all Democrats, vote fraud in United States is a make-it-or-break-it reality that is now confronting our great republic.
In the 19th century, attempts for commandeering the results of elections were made and have been documented, when Tammany Hall of New York city was in the news for political corruption and the election fraud. In one of the New York elections, the number of votes recorded was 1844 were 55,000 while the number of eligible voters was 41,000.
So, vote fraud is almost as old as the nation itself.
Decades have passed since then, and despite the knowledge of vote fraud and the amount of time from then until now almost nothing has been done to stop vote fraud
Indeed, states run by Democrats have been in the forefront of legalizing vote fraud and I’ll explain that in a few minutes.
Different types of voter fraud
Criminals use various ways to steal the votes and change the election’s outcome. The most common of these are:
- Impersonation fraud at the polls: It includes voting in the name of some other legitimate voters who have died, moved away, or lost their right to vote because they are felons, but remain registered.
- False registrations: It includes voting under fraudulent voter registrations that either use a fake address where the registered voter does not actually live and is not entitled to vote.
- Duplicate voting: It includes registering in multiple locations and voting in the same election in more than one jurisdiction or state.
- Buying votes: It involves paying voters to cast either an in-person or absentee ballot for a particular candidate.
- Illegal “assistance” at the polls: Forcing or intimidating voters—particularly the elderly, disabled, illiterate, and those with English as a second language—to vote for particular candidate while supposedly providing them with “assistance.”
- Altering the vote count: Changing the actual vote count either in a precinct or at the central location where votes are counted.
Then there is the biggest case of vote fraud – which I call the Single-Ballot-for-Aliens scam. This is practiced in large states like Californnia, New York and Illinois – all Democrat strongholds.
A commission was prompted by Trump to investigate the presidential election of 2016. However, it has been dissolved due to non-cooperation by many states and inside officials who are in the Trump opposition.
Trump has now handed over the task to the Department of Homeland Security for review into these issues to determine what, if any, required actions need to take place.
Last Thursday, Thursday, Trump tweeted “fought hard that the Commission not see their records or methods because they know that many people are voting illegally,”
More than a dozen of the states refused to comply with the demand of commission that required personal voter data which included voting histories and the party affiliations apart from the general information like voter’s names and partial social security numbers.
Trump claimed on Twitter, that “millions” of people voting illegally costed him the popular vote in the 2016 election. The same statement has been stated by the White House on numerous occasions since then.
The voter fraud in the United States, and abroad, is serious in that it suppresses the real voice of the public. It must be eradicated from the roots for the welfare of the nation and the democracy therein. History proves that voter fraud is a real and well documented problem and it has occurred numerous times. The voter fraud commission objectives must be carried on to find real resolutions so that the fraudulent get caught and enhanced security measures can be taken to avoid this problem in the future. Furthermore, we must, as Americans, take a stand against these behaviors and call them out, for we are one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. That needs to be every Americans forefront responsibility, in the calling out of the unjust who seek to divide this nation with criminal behaviors at the highest levels of government.