Republicans look at a dirty voter roll as treason. Democrats, on the other hand, look at a dirty voter roll with hundreds of thousands of illegitimate or illegal voters on it, much the same way that I look at a bacon cheeseburger.
“Unbridled lust” doesn’t even begin to describe the emotion.
Democrats see a dirty voter roll as a huge opportunity to seize power, which is their chief aim because that will allow them to boss you around and to ban things that normal people enjoy. See: Gas Stoves.
The good news that we have to report right now is that the watchdog group Judicial Watch has won a major victory against the most populous county in America, and they now have to purge 1.2 million fake voters from their rolls.
If you’ve ever paused for a moment and wondered how a corrupt mediocrity like Adam Schiff keeps getting elected to Congress in LA County, its dirty voter rolls may provide an answer. This recent victory by Judicial Watch is likely to have a major impact not only on California politics, but also on national politics.
The law requires that if a person doesn’t vote in at least two successive national elections, the county where they reside must send them a letter asking, “What’s up? You still alive, bro?” (We may be slightly paraphrasing what the letter says.)
If the person on the voter rolls does not respond to that letter in writing to declare that they’re a real person, they’re alive, and they’d like to continue being registered to vote under that name and under the address they provided when they registered to vote, they’re supposed to be nuked.
They become ineligible to vote in future California elections, because to leave them on the voter rolls would represent a massive security hole for elections. That’s not just California law. That’s a federal law known as the National Voter Registration Act.
For example, people could use a dirty voter roll in such a fashion to sway the outcome of a presidential election in favor of one candidate over another. Not that that has ever happened in America, since we have had the safest and most secure elections in history ever since 2020.
Judicial Watch noticed back in 2017 that Los Angeles County, CA, had 1.6 million voters on its rolls who were technically ineligible to vote, because they had not voted in the previous two elections. The watchdog group sued California, and they actually won. The courts forced LA County to send 1.6 million letters out to people who were technically ineligible to vote, in order to see whether they had moved, died or otherwise become ineligible.
Only around 400,000 LA County voters responded to those letters, to clarify that they’re real people with the right to vote. The other 1.2 million never responded.
Since they were under a court order, LA County just sent Judicial Watch a progress report on how they’re doing with this order. Surprisingly, they obeyed the court. 1.2 million ineligible voters have all been removed from the LA County voter rolls. In related news, the Democrat candidate for president in 2024 just lost 1.2 million votes which would have been applied to their popular vote total. This is fun! Now, let’s do the state of Virginia, Judicial Watch!
No matter what mechanism the Democrat Party uses to steal an election – and they have a lot of options that they like to use – it’s all a moot point if one political party controls every aspect of our society. When Democrats control every aspect of voting and elections in a state, which is the case in most states, it doesn’t matter if we protest. (Well, you could protest, but you should brace yourself to be January Sixth-ed for doing so.)
Democrats are allowed to leave dirty voter rolls in place for years, if not decades. How else would you explain the 17,000-plus voters in Minnesota who voted in 2020, but first registered to vote in 1919 – more than 100 years previously? It can’t be explained through any mechanism other than election fraud.
Here’s hoping that Judicial Watch continues its efforts to secure states’ voter rolls. Chopping 1.2 million illegitimate voters off LA County’s voter rolls is a huge step in the right direction.