After an exhaustive investigation, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley is being widely applauded by conservative watchdog groups for exposing a massive voter fraud scheme in the state.
According to a report generated by Whitley, there are roughly 95,000 non-citizens on voting rolls in the state of Texas.
Democrats have long portrayed the illegal voting in our county as a pure myth.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton has already prosecuted several cases in the last two years involving voter fraud, but nothing compared to these numbers.
The Whitley report showed almost 60,000 of the 95,000 non-citizens as having voted at some point from 1996 through the last election.
Whitley came about this number by comparing the databases of the Department of Public Safety driver license records against voter rolls.
This is key, as the driver license records also record immigration status.
Of the 16 million or so names within the databases, there was an overlap of 95,000 names that did not have legal status.
Dems Fighting Back
When the report was published, Democrats immediately expressed outrage, claiming conservatives are making up the numbers to dissuade liberals from voting in Texas.
Domingo Gacia, the national president for the League of United Latin America Citizens, stated, “It’s clear the right-wing elements in Texas government are trying to rig the system to keep power and disenfranchise 95,000 American citizens.
“There is no voter fraud in Texas.
“It’s a lie repeated time and again to suppress minority voters, and we’re going to fight hard against it.”
Conservatives, however, believe they are onto something that is actually occurring around the entire country, especially in states with significant illegal populations.
Tom Fitton, the current director of Judicial Watch, stated, “It is the tip of the iceberg.
“This shows the urgent need for citizenship verified voting.
“The Department of Justice should follow up with a national investigation.”
He further stated, “Los Angeles County has more voter registrations on its voter rolls than it has citizens who are old enough to vote.”
These numbers are obviously large enough to swing any local election as well as being able to influence a federal election in a close race.
Clearly, there is a problem in Texas and if the Justice Department does decide to act on this report, most conservatives believe it will find millions of illegal voters on rolls throughout the country.
You can read the full report on the Washington Times.
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