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Judicial Watch, pushing on the voter fraud

There’s no question that vote fraud takes place in the U.S. The question is: the extent of it. Miniscule, vast, or something between?

A few weeks ago, I posted on Project Veritas’ efforts to expose people who admit or encourage fraud. Another group, working on the cleanup side of it, is Judicial Watch.

First, some background.

  • America has roughly 3,000 counties.
  • Under federal law, they are required to provide voter lists to anyone who asks. (Some states sell voter lists for a nominal fee.)
  • States are also required to clean up their rolls over time, a law that President Obama did not enforce.
  • The average county would have around 2/3 of eligible adults registered to vote.
  • Several hundred U.S. counties have more people registered to vote than they have residents.
  • In other words: probably a third-or-more of their voter roll is some mix of people who are either non-resident, ineligible/illegal, dead or fake.
  • Included are some of America’s largest counties by population, such as Los Angeles County, San Francisco County.
  • The number of such counties is on the rise: In a federal government report in 2015, it was 300 counties. Today, it’s 470. This works out to millions of illegal registrants.

Judicial Watch has sent out letters telling these counties they have 90 days to clean up their rolls, or Judicial Watch will sue them. JW had to sue Montgomery County, MD a few weeks ago for something more basic, not providing information. Montgomery County refused under Maryland state law, which was a wrong action in that federal law pre-empts, here.

JW has also notified California counties to clean up, or else.

Judicial Watch announced it sent a notice-of-violation letter to the state of California and 11 of its counties threatening to sue in federal court if it does not clean its voter registration lists as mandated by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). Both the NVRA and the federal Help America Vote Act require states to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voting rolls. The August 1 letter was sent on behalf of several Judicial Watch California supporters and the Election Integrity Project California, Inc.

In the letter, Judicial Watch noted that public records obtained on the Election Assistance Commission’s 2016 Election Administration Voting Survey and through verbal accounts from various county agencies show 11 California counties have more registered voters than voting-age citizens: Imperial (102%), Lassen (102%), Los Angeles (112%), Monterey (104%), San Diego (138%), San Francisco (114%), San Mateo (111%), Santa Cruz (109%), Solano (111%), Stanislaus (102%), and Yolo (110%).

Remember, by U.S. norms, the numbers should be well under 100%. So, many counties with 80% or 90% may also have many illegal registrants. I expect that the point of targeting the 100% counties is that the violation is so blatant, there.

In April, Judicial Watch sent notice-of-violation letters threatening to sue 11 states having counties in which the number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens. The states are: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee.

Thank you, Judicial Watch!



  1. In other tangentially related news :

    MAGA ! Make America Giggle Again !

    Credits : Rahm Emanuel and the rest of his leftist clique “servicing” in Chicago

    Who / what on earth can be more utterly stupid than a bunch of economically irresponsible Democrat retards?

    Congratulations, Chicago Public Schools ! You managed to accumulate almost twice as much in loan interests on the balance due as in the loan’s principal. Really, BRAVO !

    I’m guessing something went wrong in their past projections of tax revenue increases to pay for their pigs feeding at the public trough, maybe?

    The left : they love so much the poor, they make sure that bankers can earn twice or thrice as much money on their backs for decades.

    Chicago Public Schools to pay $850 million in interest on $500 million loan.

    Comment by Cyril — August 6, 2017 @ 12:52 pm - August 6, 2017


    I very rarely donate to political organizations. I think I’m gonna donate to JW.

    Comment by DrPete — August 6, 2017 @ 1:10 pm - August 6, 2017

  3. Venezuela had new “elections” recently.

    I’m willing to bet that the sound of crickets coming from the american left about those will be as deafening as the one they have been uttering since JW’s April remarks :

    Venezuela’s crisis exposes the true depravity of the hard-Left

    “Which British politician would be loopy enough to defend the Venezuelan regime as it guns down protesters and arrests opposition politicians? Need a clue? Didn’t think so. This week, Ken Livingstone – once an adviser to the late Hugo Chavez – said that the reason for the country’s woes was that Chavez ‘did not execute the establishment elite’ when he came to power. For good measure, he added:

    ‘America has got a long record of undermining any Left-wing government as well… it’s not all just down to the problems of the [Venezuelan] government.’

    While reporting recently on the appalling collapse of that country, I found myself staring into the barrel of a gun held by a masked teenager, high on cannabis, in one of Caracas’ lawless suburbs. American meddling in action, eh, Ken? Or a Chavista thug belatedly mistaking me for a member of the elite? Support for Venezuela’s disastrous neo-Socialist regime among Corbynites has become a bitter joke.

    Years ago, when Venezuela defied economic gravity by exploiting its massive oil reserves while nationalising all profit-making enterprise, the hard Left lauded it as proof that – in the words of Diane Abbott – ‘another way is possible’. Now that oil prices have fallen, however, the country has been plunged into chaos. Since becoming Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who as recently as 2015 marched in solidarity with Venezuela, has gone strangely quiet on the issue, leaving good old Red Ken to take the flak.

    To most people, Venezuela provides conclusive proof that undiluted Socialism can never work. But it’s only when you spend some time there on the ground that the fundamental immorality of the hard Left hits home.

    On my first day in Caracas, I saw parents rioting after they had queued all night at supermarkets with empty shelves. The next morning, I watched middle class professionals search for food in piles of rotting rubbish. That evening, I interviewed young women who were offering sex in exchange for nappies for their newborn babies.

    At the El Algodonal hospital, where even the toilet roll holders were empty, I met a five-month-old baby called Anna-Gabriela who was dying from asthma and bronchitis due to lack of medication. She was not the only one. On my final day in the country, I witnessed a delivery man called Jaime Otrupo carrying out a traditional healing ritual for his seven-year-old daughter, Yansaire, who had leukaemia. He had run out of money for her chemotherapy. In an immediate sense, this was no longer about Socialism or Capitalism. It was about the fundamentals of competent governance. Which brings me to the encounter with that gun-toting teenager in the slum.


    Caracas is the most murderous city on earth outside a warzone, with about 120 homicides per 100,000 citizens. By comparison, America’s most violent city, St Louis, reports just half that number. The slum in which I was jumped lies in a part of the city known as a ‘peace zone’, set up as part of a bizarre, Leftist initiative called ‘Movement for Peace and Life’. Under the scheme, law enforcement agencies unilaterally withdrew from the parts of the city most prone to gang violence. The idea, it seems, was not to antagonise the criminals in the peace zones by, well, policing them. Entirely predictably, left to their own devices, the criminal groups formed ‘mega gangs’, terrorising hundreds of thousands of citizens daily.

    Today, police are only able to protect about nine per cent of the capital’s population. When I went on patrol with an armed police motorcycle unit, their station was surrounded by patrol cars riddled with bullet holes and bomb blasts.

    In 2015, when Corbyn was taking to the streets of London in support of the Venezuelan regime, the peace zone project was well underway. ‘Chavez showed us that there is a different and a better way of doing things,’ the future Labour leader said. ‘It’s called Socialism, it’s called social justice, and it’s something that Venezuela has made a big step towards.’

    I suppose, in a way, it is funny. But it is also deadly serious. For all their rhetoric about concern for the poor, the true depravity of the hard-Left is this: their real priority will only ever be their ideology


    Jake Wallis Simons

    Comment by Cyril — August 6, 2017 @ 1:11 pm - August 6, 2017

  4. Frankly, I think Constitutional Amendments are required here. They would:

    a) Define, precisely, who is, and who is not a citizen. It would not rescind the citizenship of anyone presently determined a citizen, but would clarify it for future use.

    b) Define, precisely, what a Natural Born Citizen is, and require it of all candidates running for president and vice president.

    c) Require all persons who reach the age of majority who have dual citizenship to declare their citizenship and renounce all others.

    d) Require all persons registering to vote to do so in person (Habeas Corpus) at a registrar’s office, and prove their citizenship and age of majority.

    e) Change the census so it counts ONLY citizens, and asks NO other questions except for address. No asking race, income, sex, sexual orientation, age, etc. It is time that states stop using illegal aliens the way the South used slaves to bolster their representation.

    Comment by Craig Smith — August 6, 2017 @ 2:06 pm - August 6, 2017

  5. Unfortunately, there’s a good chance that Jeremy Corbyn maybe be the next Her Majesty’s Prime Minister for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Soon-followed by becoming H.M. Prime Minister for Greater London and the Midlands as the UK devolves into petty sovereign states.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — August 6, 2017 @ 2:07 pm - August 6, 2017

  6. I wonder if those counties in California only were to have their voting results reduced to 100% proportionally (in other words, assume that fraud is occurring in both parties equally) how that would affect the popular vote, as irrelevant as that is.

    Comment by Craig Smith — August 6, 2017 @ 3:55 pm - August 6, 2017

  7. Next step, compare the “non conforming” entries with the data of who actually voted. How many of those bogus entries led to a ballot cast?

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — August 6, 2017 @ 4:42 pm - August 6, 2017

  8. I live in Imperial County. The percentage doesn’t surprise me.

    Comment by TAD — August 6, 2017 @ 5:47 pm - August 6, 2017

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