If we are to believe that the 2020 election was the “safest and most secure” ever, why is it that we find problems every time someone manages to peek under the hood? A private citizen group has released its findings on the voter rolls in New Jersey, of all places. They found tens of thousands of fraudulent registrations, duplicate registrations, deceased registrants and more.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way doesn’t seem eager to clean up the problem, either. And why would she? Dirty voter rolls are what helps keep Democrats in control of states while upholding the pretext that we’re living in a democracy where our votes matter.
New Jersey is just the latest state in which citizens have uncovered massive amounts of potential electoral fraud due to a dirty voter roll. Remember that just a few months ago, we learned that nearly 1.9 million voter registrations in New York State are potentially fraudulent or compromised – and that’s a state that Joe Biden “won” by about 2 million votes in 2020.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has been looking into the voter rolls in multiple states since the 2020 election. Every time they release a new report, it uncovers major problems with the voter rolls in a new state. Their latest report from New Jersey found the following.
First, there are 33,572 people in New Jersey who do not have a valid Date of Birth on their voter registration records.
There are 8,239 voters who are registered multiple times in New Jersey under slight variations in their own names. One example of this is a woman who is registered twice, as Julia Rose and Juila Rose. Same person, same address, same date of birth, but two different unique voter ID numbers. Obviously, someone who is fraudulently registered twice like this is mailed two ballots to vote on.
PILF found that the 8,239 duplicate registrants had registered between 2 and 6 times each. Up to 6 fraudulent registrations per person! If we just take the mean (4X), that means New Jersey has potentially around 32,956 fake voter registrations that result in mail-in ballots being sent to those people.
Another 6,863 registrants don’t show the date on which they first registered to vote. While that’s not necessarily proof of election fraud, it’s also not proof that New Jersey’s elections are safe and secure. They could be fake registrations that happened immediately AFTER an important election. There’s no way to know without their original, first registration date.
2,398 voters on New Jersey’s voter rolls are apparently over 105 years of age. While that is certainly possible, it’s extremely unlikely. In fact, PILF found that at least some of the 105-year-olds were dead and buried.
Patrick DePaola of Bayonne was born in 1905, for example. PILF notes:
“In 1927, he [DePaola] likely heard that the Yankees beat the Tigers with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig hitting 3. He also registered to vote that day.”
DePaola worked for 50 years as a printer at the New York Times. He died in 2010 at the age of 105. And Patrick DePaola is still registered as an ACTIVE voter in 2022.
Not to mention the fact that the average life expectancy for Americans right now is about 80 years of age. Does New Jersey really have almost 2,400 voters who are over the age of 105? It’s possible, but highly unlikely.
Finally, PILF found another 906 voters on the rolls who did not have a Date of Birth or a Date of Registration on their forms.
When you add all of those up, including the 4X mean of duplicate registrants, you get 76,695 potentially fraudulent votes in the state of New Jersey. That’s not enough to steal a presidential election in New Jersey, but it’s enough to steal a congressional race or any local or county political race.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way has been completely uncooperative with PILF’s investigation. PILF had to sue her just to get a response to their questions about how the state resolves duplicate registrations.
The bad news is that the Democrats control the state Assembly and Senate in New Jersey. So, they won’t do anything about the fraudulent voter rolls unless the people of New Jersey rise up and demand free and fair elections.