Dead Men Tell No Tales And Now They Can No Longer Vote In This Pennsylvania County
(Tea Party 247) – Voter fraud is real and the November election faces real threats from deranged leftists who will go to any means necessary to rig and steal the election (we’re looking at you, coronavirus). The biggest concern facing the coming election is mail-in voting which can be easily manipulated and rigged.
Just recently in Oregon, hundreds of registered Republicans reported their voter affiliations had been mysteriously changed to either non-affiliated or Democrat. How convenient.
Another tactic the left is fond of is getting dead people to vote. This has been a problem around the country and now one county has made a vow to clean up their voter rolls ahead of the monumental election later this year.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has reached a settlement with Allegheny County in Pennsylvania as a result of a lawsuit filed against the county back in February. The settlement includes the county removing about 1,600 dead registered voters from their voter rolls among addressing other bizarre voter registration phenomena.
In February, PILF filed a lawsuit against Allegheny County — which includes the city of Pittsburgh and its surrounding suburbs — for having about 1,600 dead people on its voter rolls, close to 7,500 voter registrations that have been flagged as duplicates, 1,523 registered voters who claim to be 100-years-old and over, and 1,178 registered voters who are missing dates of birth.
The lawsuit alleged that Allegheny County had not properly cleaned its voter rolls in accordance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.
This week, Allegheny County officials reached a settlement that mandates the county provide records within 60 days about the dead people and duplicated voter registrations on its voter rolls identified by PILF.
This is just one county in Pennsylvania which is a swing-state, traditionally blue but Trump turned the state red in 2016. Imagine what is going on in liberal strongholds like California, New York and Massachusetts.
PILF President J. Christian Adams said in a statement:
Allegheny County deserves credit for agreeing to fix a serious problem with elections there. People have been getting registered two, three, four, even seven times over to vote in Pittsburgh and the suburbs. We found those problems, and the County agreed to fix them.
Breitbart points out that the settlement comes as Judicial Watch, a watchdog organization, filed suit against the state of Pennsylvania for allegedly having more than 800,000 inactive voters on its voter rolls. In January, Allegheny County removed about 69,000 inactive voters from its voter rolls after threats of a lawsuit by Judicial Watch.
Thank God for organizations like Judicial Watch and their reliable vigilance. Voter fraud is a problem we can only expect to see increase as we get closer and closer to November. If the Democrats manage to steal this pivotal election we can say good-bye to America for good. The battle will be lost.
It’s up to us now to ensure our voices are heard in several months. If you notice anything strange about your voter registration or ability to vote, speak up and seek help if necessary. As Americans it is our right to vote and actively participate in the democratic process. We either use it or we lose it.