ALIPAC: Trump spot-on – illegals voted

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

mark your ballot, votingAn immigration enforcement organization has compiled what it believes is solid evidence that supports President-elect Donald Trump's claims of mass voter fraud in the 2016 elections.

In the weeks leading up to Election Day, the GOP presidential candidate warned the election was "rigged" because of a massive amount of votes cast by non-citizens. Regardless, Trump won the Electoral College vote – but claimed that he would have won the popular vote as well if it weren't for thousands and thousands of fraudulent votes cast for Hillary Clinton by non-citizens.

William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, tells OneNewsNow there's ample evidence to support Trump's claims.

Gheen, William (ALIPAC)"We're pulling things out of the archives ... to help justify and prove that point and the position," he begins. "One of the most compelling things is a video [below] of President Obama when he came out and told Spanish-speaking audiences that no one was checking voter registration forms for legal presence across the country.

"That's the real key," adds Gheen. "We know there are illegal immigrants voting because, as President Obama says, no one is checking."


And Gheen says a great deal of other clues have been uncovered.

"We have newspaper reports [of] people who have interviewed illegal immigrants who [admit they] registered and voted. We have illegal immigrants themselves saying Yeah, I registered, I voted," he explains. "We've had states that have studied and found illegal immigrants registered and voting in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Nevada, and other places like that."

In short, says Gheen, there is "a stack of evidence" proving Trump's assertions.

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