Approximately 1,500 “non-citizens” may have been permitted to register to vote in an apparent “error” at the California Department of Motor Vehicles; raising serious questions regarding voter fraud as Americans head to the polls in the coming weeks.
According to ABC News, the California DMV admitted this week that a clerical mistake allowed upwards of 1,500 undocumented individuals to register to vote in the state.
“The agency was alerted to the mistake when Randall Marquis, a Canadian citizen and legal permanent resident in the U.S., went to the Los Angeles Times to tell them about receiving a piece of mail from the DMV saying he was registered to vote,” writes ABC News.
“I got this post card thing, this little piece of cardboard, and it said, ‘Congratulations, you’re registered to vote,'” said Marquis. “I thought, ‘Oh, that’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard,’ and I threw it out.”
“This error occurred when DMV technicians processed customer requests at field offices to change voter eligibility responses on driver license applications,” said a statement from the DMV. “Due to the order in which the change was processed, the customer’s initial responses were retained instead of the correct and revised responses.”
Read the full story at ABC News.
BUSTED: Government Workers Sold IDs to Illegal Aliens for Voter Fraud
Corrupt government workers in Massachusetts were busted by the FBI earlier this week for selling state-issued driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, many of which were later used to vote in the greater Boston metropolitan area.
According to Judicial Watch, the Department of Justice confirmed the sale of the driver’s licenses to undocumented individuals throughout New England, adding that the false identities and addresses were used to vote in recent elections.
The scam was orchestrated by at least four individuals employed at the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), and involved outside operatives who linked the public workers with those seeking the fake identification.
The ring was eventually uncovered after someone sent an anonymous tip to local law enforcement in October of 2015.
State officials say the scheme involved a document dealer who sold Puerto Rican birth certificates on the black market. That document was then brought to the Massachusetts RMV where they were issued driver’s licenses without proper background checks.
“These clients included illegal aliens, individuals who were previously deported, and an individual who admitted to previously facing drug charges,” said a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice.
The case is the most recent example of widespread voter fraud throughout the country. President Trump has made cracking down on illegal registration a top priority for his administration, creating a Voter Task Force to fight back against these crimes.
CHELSEA TRIGGERED: Handler SMEARS ‘Racist’ Trump Over Voter ID
Trump-hating comedian Chelsea Handler continued her baseless and unhinged attacks against the President on Thursday; this time blasting the Commander-in-Chief as an outright racist after he called for strengthened voter identification laws.
The liberal comic smeared the President on social media; bizarrely suggesting people don’t need a Driver’s License to purchase a firearm before saying Trump doesn’t “want any black people to vote.”
“That must be why it’s easier to buy a gun in some of these states than it is to vote. But, you love guns and don’t want any black people to vote, so that’s a double win for you. Put that on your vision board,” tweeted the comedian.
That must be why it’s easier to buy a gun in some of these states than it is to vote. But, you love guns and don’t want any black people to vote, so that’s a double win for you. Put that on your vision board. https://t.co/l5hs2EBCQ8
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) January 4, 2018
Handler was referencing the President’s tweet from earlier Thursday, where he called for heightened voter identification after he dissolved his voter fraud commission, citing the refusal from multiple states to hand over official election records regarding the 2016 election.
“As Americans, you need identification, sometimes in a very strong and accurate form, for almost everything you do…..except when it comes to the most important thing, VOTING for the people that run your country. Push hard for Voter Identification!” Trump tweeted.
As Americans, you need identification, sometimes in a very strong and accurate form, for almost everything you do…..except when it comes to the most important thing, VOTING for the people that run your country. Push hard for Voter Identification!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 4, 2018