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    Poll: Most Republicans believe voter fraud prevalent, would support postponing 2020 election to root it out

    Updated on August 10, 2017 at 10:59 AM Posted on August 10, 2017 at 10:54 AM
    By Shannon Young

    A majority of Republicans believe undocumented immigrants voted in the 2016 election and would support postponing the 2020 contest until the U.S. could ensure only eligible citizens cast ballots, according to a new poll.

    The survey, which was conducted by two academic authors and published in The Washington Post Thursday, found that more than two-thirds of self-identified Republicans, or 68 percent, believe that millions of immigrants living in the country illegally voted in last year's presidential election.

    Even more, or 73 percent, meanwhile, said they believe voter fraud happens somewhat or very often, according o the poll's results.

    Amidst such widespread concerns over voter fraud among GOP voters, more than half of respondents who identified themselves as Republicans, or 52 percent, said they would back a hypothetical request from President Donald Trump to delay the 2020 election until the country could make sure that only eligible voters cast ballots.

    Fifty-six percent further said they would support postponing the 2020 presidential vote if both Trump and Congressional Republicans called for its delay, the poll found.

    Support for such a postponement was more prevalent among younger, less educated Republicans who strongly identified with the party, according to the Washington Post, which surveyed more than 1,300 Americans via the internet from June 5 to 20, including 650 self-identified Republicans.

    The newspaper, however, stressed that the survey measures reactions to a hypothetical situation and that public opinion could change significantly if such a scenario were actually proposed.

    The survey came as the Trump administration seeks to crack down on voter fraud with his Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

    The panel, formed in May, is tasked with examining the registration and voting processes used in federal elections. It must report to the president on practices that enhance and undermine Americans' confidence in voting integrity.

    The commission's efforts to secure voter data, including names, addresses, dates of birth and other information, have met pushback from states across the country, including Massachusetts.

    Trump has repeatedly raised concerns about voter fraud, announcing in January that he would investigate any possible fraud committed by "those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and even, those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time)."

    The president's comments came just days after he reportedly told congressional leaders that he lost the popular vote due to undocumented immigrants fraudulently voting in the presidential contest.

    Elections officials in several states, however, have reported no instances of widespread fraud to back up Trump's claims and, in turn, expressed confidence in the U.S. election process.

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    Bad precedent to set.

    Remember when something like this is done - it's there for the 'other side' to use.

    A very good way to set up a dictatorship.

    Imagine if we that had been a past precedent for the last election cycle.
    Guess who would be President now?

    Bad idea it seems to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nntrixie View Post
    Bad precedent to set.

    Remember when something like this is done - it's there for the 'other side' to use.

    A very good way to set up a dictatorship.

    Imagine if we that had been a past precedent for the last election cycle.
    Guess who would be President now?

    Bad idea it seems to me.
    I agree and would not support this. Time to get busy on the investigations and research now! Also wouldn't be a bad idea to increase ciminal punishment against anyone caught voting illegally and/or organizations committing voting fraud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I agree and would not support this. Time to get busy on the investigations and research now! Also wouldn't be a bad idea to increase ciminal punishment against anyone caught voting illegally and/or organizations committing voting fraud.
    Absolutely,, it's time for some punishment on all this wrongdoing. Without some punishment, nothing is accomplished.

    Just a thought - if President Trump got real with ferreting out these miscreants, making their misdeeds public, and prosecuting them, it would help a lot.

    Those who haven't been caught yet, might be willing try to not run in order to not be investigated?? Or at the least, clean up their acts some?

    Maybe??????????
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    Govt Employees Arrested for Allegedly Selling False IDs to Illegal Aliens for Voter Fraud

    By Annabel Scott | August 9, 2017 | 1:58 PM EDT


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    (CNSNews.com) -- Federal authorities arrested six persons last week involved in an apparent scheme to produce false identification documents through the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), some of which were then used as ID to illegally vote in Boston, reported Judicial Watch.
    Four RMV employees were arrested along with a document vendor and document dealer for allegedly conspiring to provide Puerto Rico licenses and official state ID cards to illegal immigrants in exchange for cash. In some cases, the false identities and addresses that the perpetrators sold were used to fraudulently register to vote in the state of Massachusetts.
    The identity theft operation was uncovered in 2015 when Massachusetts State Police received an anonymous letter alleging that an RMV employee was selling stolen identifications and drivers’ licenses.

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    According to the Department of Justice website in Massachusetts, the document dealer sold a Puerto Rican birth certificates and U.S. Social Security cards to the document vendor for $900 who then sold the stolen identities for over $2,000 to clients seeking false identities in Massachusetts.
    Illegal aliens, individuals that have been previously deported, and individuals who have admitted to facing drug charges were among the document vendor’s customer list.
    Once the false identity was purchased and registered to vote in the City of Boston, the corrupt RMV workers would accept cash to issue Massachusetts drivers licenses and ID cards.

    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/...l-aliens-voter
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    This story is/has been happening all across the country - probably in every county in this country.

    It just could not be that hard to catch these people - it just couldn't.

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    I have serious doubts that Barry Sotero won the 2nd time.

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