Dead People and Illegal Immigrants are Voting Everywhere

If this country is unable to hold free and fair elections, is there even any hope? Dead people and illegal immigrants are voting everywhere.

Dead People and Illegal Immigrants are Voting Everywhere

The voting process having integrity is such a key component of this country. For some reason, here is very little being paid attention to it, even while dead people and illegal immigrants vote.

For instance, let’s take a look at Virginia. A student registered 19 dead people. Why did he do this? So he could vote for Hillary Clinton a whole bunch of time.

Per Infowars:

Just yesterday we wrote about an FBI investigation into potential voter fraud in the critical swing state of Virginia after it was revealed that 19 dead people had recently been re-registered to vote (see “FBI Investigating More Dead People Voting In The Key Swing State Of Virginia“).  While the Washington Post caught wind of the investigation, it was not known who was behind the operation…until now.

Meet, Andrew Spieles, a student at James Madison University, and apparently “Lead Organizer” for HarrisonburgVOTES.  According to the Daily News-RecordSpieles confessed to re-registering 19 deceased Virginians to vote in the 2016 election cycle.

While this should come as a surprise to precisely 0 people, Spieles just happens to be Democrat who, accorded to a deleted FaceBook post, apparently recently ran for Caucus Chair of the Virginia Young Democrats.

Dead People and Illegal Immigrants are Voting Everywhere

And this is just one of many examples. This must be stopped. Please like and share on Facebook and help us expose how crooked he United States voting system is. While many assume voting is regulated, it is not!

 

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