Obama Government Funds Possible Large Voter Fraud Plan for 2016

voter fraudDuring the Watergate investigation, “Deep Throat” told two Washington Post reporters to “Follow the money.”  With the various scandals that have been swept under the rug, I say, “Follow the money and connect the dots.”

Within the first couple of months of Obama’s illegal immigration executive order, at least ninety thousand Social Security cards were issued to illegal aliens.  Now Republican Senators led by Ben Sasse and Jeff Sessions are asking the Obama administration to answer questions on how many additional social security cards were issued.  The answer is important because it will allow citizens to know just how much money taxpayers are spending to illegal aliens.

Social Security cards are keys of the kingdom to illegal aliens.  With them, they are able to access a number of all sorts of benefits, including the Earned Income Tax Credit, Social Security disability payments or Social Security’s supplemental income program.  The senators also want to know how much in benefits these illegals have collected.  The senators have yet to connect the dots in Obama’s real scheme.  Let me help them out.

Social Security cards besides making illegals eligible for benefits, can have a more profound problem for the United States.  The cards make it very easy for illegals to register to vote, even in states with voter ID laws.  One of the documents accepted for registering to vote is………….Social Security cards.    This is dot number one.  But administration officials don’t dare instruct the illegals on how to vote and many might not trust them.  The Washinton Times explains how easy it would be to add millions of new voters through the democrat’s illegal amnesty.

[Editor’s note:  As a reminder, many believe Obama stole the 2012 election through voter fraud.  More on that here.]

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