Invitations to Voter Fraud in 2020

Article subtitle: 
California is Exhibit A - while key battleground states are also at risk
Article author: 
Joseph Klein
Article publisher: 
Frontpage Mag
Article date: 
4 September 2020
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

When the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Indiana’s voter identification law, the Court observed that “flagrant examples” of voter fraud “have been documented throughout this Nation’s history by respected historians and journalists.” As the National Commission on Federal Election Reform stated in its 2005 bipartisan report, the problem “is not the magnitude of voter fraud. In close or disputed elections, and there are many, a small amount of fraud could make the margin of difference.” The report noted that “[I]nvalid voter files, which contain ineligible, duplicate, fictional, or deceased voters, are an invitation to fraud.”...

California, the nation’s leading sanctuary state for illegal aliens, has opened the door to unprecedented opportunities for such voter fraud ...

A Facebook post in November 2018 stated that 449,000 Californians turned down jury duty claiming they were not citizens. The post went on to say that these non-citizens were on the voter registration list, reasoning that prospective jurors are often culled from voter registration lists....

California’s Department of Motor Vehicles automatically registers people to vote. California allows illegal immigrants [illegal aliens] to obtain driver licenses. Add them to California's population of legal immigrants who can obtain driver licenses – none of whom are eligible to vote in federal elections - and there is a large pool of non-U.S. citizens who may be registered to vote anyway....

 On January 3, 2019, California and Los Angeles County settled a case brought by the conservative watchdog Judicial Watch, requiring them to purge as many as 1.5 million inactive voter registrations across the state in compliance with federal law. L.A. County alone allegedly had a voter registration rate of 112 percent of its adult citizen population.
California was not the only state settling with Judicial Watch over the issue of voter registration records. Ohio, a key battle ground state, also settled. 
Judicial Watch has also brought a lawsuit this year against Pennsylvania for failing to make reasonable efforts to remove ineligible voters from their rolls as required by federal law...