The mainstream media are, again, cherry-picking Donald Trump’s words to spin the meaning of his statements to something they can ridicule, but what Trump is really saying is dead-on true and impossible to deny when you look at the facts. Donald Trump’s recent contention that the election is being rigged to benefit his opponent, Hillary Clinton, is about as true a statement that has ever been uttered.
While the mainstream media are ignoring that he is, in part, talking about their biases, they are insisting that no voter fraud is happening in significant enough numbers for it to matter. However, former Justice Department Civil Rights Division lawyer J. Christian Adams told FNC’s FOX & Friends over four million dead voters are still listed as active in critical swings states across the country.
Four million illegal votes would have been more than enough to significantly change the outcomes of both the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections. In fact, out of the 35 million votes cast in the 2008 Democrat primary election, just 41,622 votes saw Barack Obama defeat Hillary Clinton. Imagine what four million illegal votes would have done to that “close race.”
The legacy of “dead voters” has been a Democrat reality for generations. They make jokes about it in Chicago – although it is no laughing matter. Ironically, Democrats have been in control of that crime-ridden city for over 60 years.
Now, it appears Donald Trump, constantly under fire from the Clinton-aligned media, is being vindicated yet again for insisting the vote is rigged for Hillary Clinton. It appears there are dead people voting all over the country, not just in Chicago.
Adams took to FOX & Friends Tuesday morning to explain there is a significant amount of voter fraud potential that will most likely be employed by progressive Democrats in this election cycle.
“Dead people are voting, and it’s something this administration does not want to do anything about,” Adams said. “We have four million – four million – ineligible and dead voters on American voter rolls according to the Pew Charitable Trust…That’s too many, and it’s going to affect the election.”
During his time in government, Adams worked on a project called “Motor Voter” under the Bush administration. This operation was tasked with cleaning up the voters rolls to purge them of ineligible and deceased voters.
However, the “Motor Voter” operation was abruptly halted after Barack Obama was elected president. Adams said they were ordered to stop bringing cases in because the Obama administration was opposed to it.
This serves as proof positive that the Obama administration – and through its actions and alliances with the Clinton campaign and progressives in general – sees nothing wrong with facilitating an avenue for voter fraud. What other reason could there possibly be to stop a purge of the voter rolls of dead voters?
It doesn’t take a political scientist from the Ivy League to figure out that four million extra dead voters are there to pad the tally for Hilary Clinton should she need them on election day. The system is rigged, and unless we take to the polls to watch for this activity, the election very well could be stolen from under us.