I no longer only suspect that Barack Obama stole the election… the more time passes, the more certain I become of it!
The Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program is set up to allow states to upload their voter rolls and voting records to a separate system and be able to crosscheck their registered voters with other states. The goal, obviously, is to find instances where the same individual is registered in multiple states, or even voted multiple times across the country.
North Carolina has recently come under lot of criticism for its voter ID requirement. Critics say that there is no “sizeable” evidence of voter fraud in North Carolina that could possibly warrant voter ID requirements. Well, this year’s findings from the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program prove that not only is Voter ID a good idea in North Carolina, but it is absolutely essential to protect the integrity of our elections!
The crosscheck revealed that in 2012, a whopping 35,750 people with the same first name, last name, and date of birth, were found to have voted in North Carolina AND another state. The preliminary findings suggest that there could be 35,750 cases of people voting twice (once in North Carolina, once in another state). Additionally, the program found that 81 people in North Carolina had cast ballots after their death.
In all, the Crosscheck Program recognized a total of 155,692 North Carolina voters whose first and last names, dates of birth and last four digits of their Social Security number matched those of voters registered in other states!
In North Carolina alone, not only is voter fraud happening, but the potential for even more fraud is so much higher! However, currently only 28 states are participating in this Interstate Crosscheck Program. That leaves another 22 states where we have absolutely no idea how much voter fraud is taking place. Not surprisingly, not a single Northeast state participated in the program.
Imagine the fraud and abuse we would find if participation in the Interstate Crosscheck Program was mandatory, rather than optional as it is now! Imagine the fraud and abuse we would find if states like California and New York were forced to actually check their voter rolls! Congress must mandate participation in this program before illegal voters are able to steal another election!
I say steal another election because there is no doubt in my mind that voter fraud contributed to Barack Obama’s wins in 2008 and 2012. This isn’t some tinfoil hat conspiracy, either…
Barack Obama won North Carolina by only 13,692 votes. That’s what it took to win back in 2008.
What part did voter fraud play in that? We’ll never know for sure. But what we do know is that four years later, up to 35,750 people illegally cast ballots in the election. With over 155,000 people registered to vote in North Carolina AND other states, the potential for fraud is astronomical!
The above chart represents just some of the findings from the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program. Again, this system crosschecks and uses first and last names and dates of birth to find duplicates in the voter rolls of different states. While it is certainly possible that some of these instances are coincidence or the result of clerical error, there is absolutely no way that coincidence accounts for so many flagged voters.
If you live in Illinois, there are potentially 211,023 registered voters who are also registered to vote in other states. With 7,292,639 registered voters in the state, that means that 2.8% of all Illinois registered voters are registered to vote in multiple states.
In Michigan, there are 164,837 potential duplicate voters (2.2% of all registered voters).
In Colorado, the program found 136,542 “residents” who were registered to vote in other states – a whopping 5.5% of all registered voters!
And in Arizona, where the Obama Administration has fought tooth and nail to stop the state from protecting the integrity of the vote, there are potentially 108,077 residents who are registered to vote in multiple states (3.4% of all registered voters).
This is what happens when 28 out of 50 states work together and compare their voter rolls to find duplicates. The program is literally finding hundreds of thousands of potential duplicate voters.
Not surprisingly, organizations on the Left are calling the Crosscheck Program “racist” because it is finding evidence supporting the need for voter ID requirements and stricter voter registration requirements.
If this widespread fraud and double voting is happening in traditionally Red states, what do you think the Crosscheck Program would find if it started combing through the voter rolls in states like California, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania? The technology is there and most importantly, it doesn’t cost anything! Congress must force every state to participate in this program!
The North Carolina findings show that when every single vote counts in an election, when the difference between liberty and tyranny is determined by just a few thousand votes, you can rest assured knowing that there are people voting in multiple states which are tipping the balance.
How many times has this influenced an election? How many times have candidates been put into office by relying on illegal votes to edge past their opponent?
We must take every step possible to protect the integrity of the vote! Yes, that mean forcing registered voters to show photo ID on Election Day… but it also required us to shore up the voter registration process.
No one should be allowed to be registered to vote in two or more states!
Submitting the voter rolls to the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program is a good first step in identifying whether someone is registered to vote in more than one state. However, almost half the states still haven’t uploaded their voter rolls and voter records to the program.
It doesn’t cost anything… these states just don’t want to know what the cross check would find!
Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act in 1993, and one of the law’s provisions calls for Congress to “ensure that accurate and current voter registration rolls are maintained.” We are at the point where the technology makes identifying voter fraud instantaneous, and yet 22 out of 50 states are allowed to ignore this technology and pretend that nothing is wrong.
Congress must honor its responsibility and make sure that EVERY state is checking for voter fraud and duplicate voter registrations. It only took 13,692 votes for Obama to win North Carolina and there could have been tens of thousands of people illegally casting North Carolina ballots! This is happening everywhere!