Upwards of 1,400 non-Americans were reportedly discovered and removed from Detroit voting rolls since 2011.
In the Motor Voter Mayhem report issued by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), non-citizens and would-be voters were discovered on the rolls in Detroit and across Michigan. Birth records dating as far back as the 1800s were listed that circumvented detection by the DMV and National Voter Registration Act signed into law by ex-Pres. Clinton. The legislation has commonly been referred to as the “motor voter” law, and it allows citizens and non-citizens alike to register to vote as long as they produce a driver’s license.
Democrat-leaning states across the country have been pushing for and passing laws that allow illegal immigrants and non-citizens to obtain driver’s licenses. The practice has been largely criticized as a free pass for illegal immigrants to break the law and vote for open borders and amnesty candidates.
“Motor Voter is failing Motor City,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams reportedly concluded in a recent statement. “Like this Foundation has seen in other jurisdictions, Motor Voter is inviting non-citizens onto voter rolls.”
The Clinton-era laws tasks election officials with mainlining voter integrity and requires the rolls be open to public inspection. The non-profit law firm reviewed approximately 30 Michigan jurisdictions only to discover that voter integrity had been widely breached.
“Records made available to the Foundation show that non-citizens are registering to vote in astounding numbers in Michigan and that several jurisdictions have thoroughly obsolete and inaccurate rolls,” the review states. “Our research also uncovered that the rolls in many Michigan jurisdictions are in a state of disrepair. Some have implausible registration rates. Others are full of duplicates and likely deceased voters with implausible birth years. Our research demonstrates that the current directives and tools under the NVRA are impairing the statute’s goal of ensuring accurate and current rolls across the country.”
According to the report, 1,444 non-citizens were registered to vote in the greater Detroit area and 822 who live in Detroit proper. The Democrat-leaning city ranked among the highest in terms of potential voter fraud and was under a dark cloud of controversy after the 2016 elections.
Although Pres. Trump won narrowly won Michigan in 2016, left-leaning Detroit suffered glaring voter discrepancies.
After a recount tallied 248 precincts, an estimated 782 more votes were counted than voters who cast ballots in Detroit. The city was rendered ineligible for a certified recount because approximately 60 percent of precincts failed to produce an accurate tally.
The recent damaging report about the state of Detroit’s voter registration has prompted calls for officials to analyze and thoroughly vet the rolls. Although non-citizens being registered points to potential fraud, other problems highlight systematic failures to maintain voter integrity.
The non-profit’s review called into question more than 2,200 duplicate and triplicate registrants statewide. Detroit far outpaced others in terms of such errors with 1,748 duplicates. Flint, Michigan, ran a distant second with a reported 358 doubles. Other areas of concern such as Livonia, Dearborn and Grand Rapids reportedly had double-digit duplicates on their rolls.
Another system-wide problem for Michigan is pervasive instances of unlikely voters. Detroit had a reported 1,514 eligible voters on the rolls that were more than 100 years old. Flint ranked second with 202 registered voters over the age of 100, and 50 were reportedly born in the 19th Century. Instances of likely deceased voters opens the door for illegals casting fraudulent ballots.
Despite left-leaning media outlets denying voter fraud, the Government Accountability Institute (GAI) revealed that 170 registered voters topped 116 years old or older in Ohio’s 12th Congressional district this year alone. The GAI also reportedly stated that 2,100 people voted in Florida and double-voted in other states.
Florida gubernatorial candidate and current Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is under a voter fraud cloud. His brother is currently being investigated by the FBI for voter fraud. Gillum’s brother, Marcus, reportedly voted using the mayor’s former address although court records indicate he is a resident of Chicago, Illinois. Gillum’s sister, Monique, has reportedly registered to vote in Florida using a New York City P.O. Box, according to the Leon County Elections records.
~ Conservative Zone