One more case of voter fraud the DemocRats say does not exist.
Voter fraud is rampant. Were the full extent of it known, I am sure it would shock the world. Anyone who thinks Donald Trump called for an investigation into voter fraud to challenge the results from the 2016 election isn’t really paying attention.
President Trump is looking out for us and the integrity of the voting process. He isn’t looking back, he’s looking forward. President Trump wants to protect the process and insure the future elections are free, fair and uncorrupted by groups funded by malevolent, subversive forces.
“Noncitizen Pleads Guilty in Kansas Voter Fraud Case,” by Joe Schoffstall, Washington Free Beacon, April 13, 2017:
A noncitizen has pleaded guilty to voter fraud in Kansas, the state’s secretary of state announced.
The Associated Press reported that Victor David Garcia Bebek, a noncitizen, pleaded guilty to three counts of voting unlawfully in 2012 and 2014 and faces up to three years of probation and a $5,000 fine. The complaint on the case obtained by AP, which was kept under wraps until Wednesday, identified six felony and misdemeanor counts.
Logan Churchwell, spokesman for the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indiana-based election integrity group, said the case is noteworthy because some Democrats claim noncitizen voting does not occur.
Kansas is the only state where a secretary of state has prosecution power over election law violations, Churchwell noted.
“Kansas is the only state that vests prosecution power over election law violations with its secretary of state,” Churchwell told the Washington Free Beacon. “DAs will not and have exhibited an unwillingness to pursue cases that end in $5,000 fines and unsupervised probation.”
Churchwell said other states rely on individuals who commit voter fraud to accidentally out themselves.
“Even with prosecutor powers in other states, without a Kansas model of requiring proof of citizenship when applying to vote, other states will be reliant on fraudsters to mistakenly out themselves before being discovered,” Churchwell said. “One must wait for them to be honest on a jury call; seek a noncitizen driver’s license; or admit to previous voting activity during the naturalization process. It’s all discovery by happenstance. Plus, it requires states to share this information between agencies…which is in no way a given.”…