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GOP Discovers MASSIVE List of Illegal Voters Which Exposes How Democrats Cheat

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Democrats LOVE to say that our elections are “safe and secure” while claiming that there has been “no evidence” of any fraud but if this isn’t evidence then I don’t know what is.

The state of Arizona SHOULD be a conservative stronghold but things haven’t exactly turned out that way in the past couple of elections and now we know why.

According to a lawsuit filed by the Arizona GOP, there are 500,000 to 1.3 million ILLEGAL VOTERS on the state’s voter rolls. That’s enough to shift ANY state-wide election in the Democrats’ favor.

This lawsuit was filed against Arizona’s Secretary of State Adrian Fontes and it accused him of violating the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) allowing dead people and nonresidents to stay on the state’s voter rolls.

Fontes – a Democrat of course – has reportedly violated the NVRA by failing to conduct list maintenance to remove ineligible voters.

 

According to the lawsuit, at least four counties have more registered voters than they do eligible citizens.

Apache County had a 117 percent registration rate, Santa Cruz County had a registration rate of more than 111 percent. La Paz and Navajo Counties both exceeded the 100 percent mark.

For reference, the federal average voter registration rate was around 70% as of 2022 and even THAT was considered high.

The Democrats are just masters of finding voters where they don’t exist!

Scot Mussi, the president of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, joined the GOP in the suit and he said that “election integrity is a serious issue in our nation” adding that the lawsuit is designed to fight for that.

“Ensuring that Arizonans can have faith in the integrity of our election system and representative government starts with clean voter rolls that leave no doubts about who is able to cast a ballot,” he said.

The goal of the lawsuit is to get the federal court to require Fontes to clean up the state’s voter rolls and HOPEFULLY before the 2024 election.

If that happens it would be a start but we need this to happen in virtually every state across America.

The Democrats have relied on votes from ineligible citizens to keep them in power and they’ve managed to get away with it because they control the Secretaries of State in some of the most important swing states in the country.

It’s no coincidence that Arizona’s last secretary of state, Katie Hobbs, SOMEHOW became governor of the state even after being one of the most hated politicians in the state’s history.

She too refused to clean the voter rolls and then used those illegal votes to put her in power over Trump-backed conservative Kari Lake.

Over in Michigan, SOS Jocelyn Benson bragged about how she teamed with other Secretaries of State (including her good friend Katie Hobbs) to defeat Donald Trump in 2020 and went on to admit that they are planning something EVEN BIGGER for 2024.

THIS is how they rig elections and until we finally FORCE them to stop, they’re just going to keep on doing it and laughing at us for allowing it like the fools we have been.


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