Republicans have often blamed voter fraud for various election losses throughout the country, but now there is actual proof that voter fraud won the Senatorial election in New Hampshire, and it could have decided the presidential election as well.
Thanks to the president’s voter fraud commission, it appears that the New Hampshire Senate race was decided by voter fraud. The state allows same day voter registration. This is a favorite of the Democrats because it allows them to bus people from out of state to vote. However, that is what made it possible to detect voter fraud in the Granite State.
There were 6,540 same-day registrants in 2016. That in itself is no proof of fraud as these people could have just moved into the state and still had their driver’s license from their previous state. However, the commission checked and only 1,014 had obtained New Hampshire drivers licenses.
Another 213 registered a vehicle in the state. That in itself could be fraud as people often register vehicles out of state to a place where insurance rates are much cheaper and would explain why they registered cars but did not transfer their driver’s license.
That leaves 5,313 voters who used out of state licenses to vote but did not change their licenses or registrations. The Senate race between incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and Democrat challenger Maggie Hassan was decided by only 1,017 votes.
Even if only 59 percent of the fraudulent votes went to Hassan, the election was decided by voter fraud. New Hampshire is easy driving distance from Massachusetts and Vermont, two heavily Democrat states. There were more than fives times that number in illegal votes. Repealing Obamacare lost by one vote. One has to assume that Ayotte would have voted for the repeal.
Hillary Clinton won the state and its four electoral votes by just 2,732 votes. Without those extra votes, Trump would probably have won the state. In a normal year, the Democrat (Clinton) would have won Michigan and Pennsylvania. Had that happened this year, New Hampshire would have swung the election from Trump to Clinton. Now, who wants to tell me voter fraud makes no difference in elections?
According to Breitbart:
New Hampshire is one of fifteen states that allow same-day voter registration. The benefit of same-day registration is that it allows a person who has procrastinated or has forgotten to register to nonetheless cast a ballot on election day. The downside of same-day registration is that it does not allow the state time to assess the eligibility of the voter. A volunteer poll worker simply accepts a modicum of identification and takes the voter at his word that he’s a U.S. citizen resident of the state who is eligible to vote.
New Hampshire is also a battleground state. Unlike neighboring Massachusetts and Vermont, which reliably vote for the Democrat in presidential elections, New Hampshire can swing either way. It has long been reported, anecdotally, that out-of-staters take advantage of New Hampshire’s same-day registration and head to the Granite State to cast fraudulent votes.
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