Judicial Watch: California Has 1.5 Million Ineligible Voters In Los Angeles Alone
A lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch has led to California being forced to clean up it`s voter rolls after discovering 1.5 million ineligible voters in Los Angeles alone. While this is progress in cleaning up the rolls of the countries most populous state, it was resisted by the state until after the midterms. An American Thinker article states “The state of California, run completely by Democrats, of course, resisted this (at least until the midterm was over). They decided that cleaning up inactive voters from the rolls wasn’t in their interest and federal laws were for other states, little states. And as a result, nearly a quarter of California’s counties had more voters registered than actual eligible voters. And surprise, surprise, the state has suddenly turned solid blue.” While mainly focused on Florida and Georgia election results, California was mostly ignored even though it was going through the same democrat enacted post election chaos. Unlike Florida and Georgia however, California`s end results saw democrats winning in most all elections, even those in traditionally red areas. Another excerpt from the article states “… conservative areas such as Orange County were suddenly flipped blue and popular candidates such as Young Kim, who had been winning by large margins on election night – suddenly saw their results flipped. Democrats learned that by extending the election count for weeks, turning in harvested ballot after harvested ballot, they could win any election.”
A Daily Caller article on ballot harvesting states that “As the polls closed on election day last month, six California Republican House candidates, including Representatives Dana Rohrabacher, Steve Knight, and Mimi Walters, were ahead in their respective races. However, as the absentee and provisional ballots rolled in over the intervening weeks, all six lost to their Democratic opponents. The case of Korean-American GOP candidate Young Kim was one of the most prominent examples. On election night, Kim held an 8,000 vote lead over her Democratic opponent Gil Cisneros, and even attended freshman orientation in Washington, D.C. before watching her lead, and her victory, slowly evaporate over the subsequent weeks.” You can read that article here. We have several other articles on past instances of voter fraud here.