Probe finds out how many votes were cast illegally in North Carolina; ‘imagine what it was in CA’

An investigation by North Carolina officials has discovered exactly how many illegal votes were cast in the state in the 2016 election.

The state’s Board of Elections found that 508 voters were not legally eligible to vote, the News Observe reported.

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The majority of the ineligible voters were felons currently serving sentences.

Non-citizens accounted for 41 vote, 24 people voted twice and two who voted using the name of a recently deceased relative.

According to the report “no races – statewide or local – would have had a different outcome than the one already certified.”

President Donald Trump won the state by more than 177,000 votes.

“We are dismayed but not surprised by this report confirming unlawful voting during the 2016 elections,” Robin Hayes, who heads the state’s Republican party, said in a statement. “These people should be investigated and criminally prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We remain committed to seeing that every eligible citizen can vote and voter fraud is investigated, prosecuted and stopped.”

And while the numbers weren’t in the thousands, it poked a lot of holes in the mainstream media’s instance that fraudulent voting hardly ever occurs.

It might do a lot to explain the popular vote totals.

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Carmine Sabia


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