How Donald Trump Rigged the Election and Bragged about It

How Donald Trump Rigged the Election and Bragged about It
By Christopher R Rice

A supporter of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was charged with 13 counts of election fraud, including "registering to vote in more than one place, voting where he didn't live, voting more than once in the same election, and providing false information to election officials," according to an account by Talking Points Memo.

This sort of misdirection is pretty common, actually. Election fraud happens. Or vote buying. Or coercion. Or fake registration forms. Or voting from the wrong address. Or ballot box stuffing by officials.


Democrats and Republicans don't agree on much. But they do agree that voter registration lists across the country are a mess.

A new
report by the Pew Center on the States finds more than 1.8 million dead people are currently registered yo vote. And 24 million registrations are either invalid or inaccurate. 

The Pew study found that almost 3 million people are registered to vote in more than one state.

Voters also die, which leads to another problem, says Linda Lamone, who runs Maryland's elections.

"If a John Smith lives in Maryland and goes to another state, say on vacation, and dies," Lamone said, "the law of the state where John Smith dies dictates whether or not the Maryland vital statistics people can share that information with me."

An NBC Bay Area Investigation has uncovered thousands of California voters who remain on the voter rolls despite having died several years ago.

That discovery prompted several state and Bay Area election officials to re-examine their records, after our investigation brought this issue to light.

NBC Bay Area used the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File to cross reference with the California state voter rolls using name, date of birth, and similar zip codes to find matches. We found over 25,000 questionable names still on the state voter rolls.

A closer look at the data revealed that some of the dead people were not only registered, but somehow, even voted, several years after their death.

Sometimes, clerks say the mistake can purely be a clerical error, such as a misplaced signature or an outdated registration list that hadn't been purged.

Other times, though, the voting turns out to be fraud, clerks say, where family members vote on their dead relatives' behalf.

NBC Bay Area found several other examples, too. People like Sara Schiffman of San Leandro who died in 2007 yet still voted in 2008, or former Hayward police officer Frank Canela Tapia who has voted 8 times since 2005, though he died in 2001.

John Cenkner died in Palmdale in 2003. Despite this, records show that he somehow voted from the grave in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010.

A recent study by the Pew Center on the States found 1.8 million dead people still on the active rolls nationwide. In a close election, 1.8 million votes for either candidate would throw the election and turn the loser into the winner.


Hi my name is Eric Garner and I was murdered in 2014 but in 2016 I voted for Donald Trump

Police officers across the US were increasingly frustrated by a federal government that was looking over their shoulders after every police killing. Police officers believed that this lack of government support was contributing to the publics and the medias attitudes toward officers in general. They did not blame the video evidence. Or the brutal officers. They blamed Obama. And they did not want four more years of the same, which is how they viewed a Clinton presidency.

Two operations were put into place to force a Trump presidency. The first operation involved arresting anyone that might vote for Hillary. And keeping them behind bars until after the elections.

The second part of the operation involved registering the people who were just arrested as well as those just murdered by the police. Then on election day, it didn't matter how many times a police officer voted because he was using someone else's name. Someone that was in jail, prison or dead. So there wasn't any chance of him getting caught. Some of the dead like Michael Brown and Eric Garner were actually registered and voted in multiple counties and multiple states.

All of the voting records are still available. What I am saying is very easy to verify or disprove. If you don't believe me take a look for yourselves. Trump was very clear about supporting LE. He went so far as to say that he would authorize the torture of woman and children of suspected terrorist. No trials or proof required, just someone's word on it. And don't kid yourselves that this is the CIA and they are more professional then your local LE. Because they admit that 22 percent of their detainees were innocent.

Here's the kicker. Trump himself went around the country bragging to everyone and anyone that would listen, that this election was rigged. But everyone said that he was a fool, and it wasn't even possible.



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