Born in 1823? You can still vote in Detroit, according to a lawsuit


President Trump would be wise to take voter fraud very seriously. The Democrats are nuts, and they know they can’t win a fair fight. Therefore, there is no law that Democrats will not break (especially in Rashida Tlaib’s neck of the woods) to take back power in 2020. Watch your back Mr. President!

Born in 1823? You can still vote in Detroit, according to a lawsuit

By Washington Examiner, December 12, 2019:

One registered voter in the city of Detroit was born almost 200 years ago, according to a lawsuit. This still-active voter would have been born 14 years before Michigan became a state.

Sound fishy to you? That’s not all. This ancient voter appears to be one of thousands falsely registered in Detroit, many of whom died a decade ago or more yet were still able to drag themselves from their graves to vote in the most important election of our lifetimes (though, I guess, not their lifetimes).

This week, the Public Interest Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit against Detroit election officials, claiming numerous such instances of demonstrable voter fraud. After combing through voter records for two years, the public-interest law firm released some pretty astonishing findings.

During the 2016 election, Detroit had 511,786 registered voters despite having only 479,267 voting-age residents, according to the lawsuit. That’s more than 32,500 people who should have been booted off the list. Some of the names belonged to people who were 105 years old or older, and the foundation flagged 4,788 registration files as potential duplicates or triplicates.

Among more than 2,500 registered voters who were found to be likely dead, “(65) percent, or 1,629 registrants, have been deceased for more than 10 years. Of those, 898 registrants have been deceased for more than 15 years, 324 registrants have been deceased for more than 20 years, and 13 have been deceased for more than 25 years,” the suit said.

This spells trouble, not just for Detroit’s past, but for its near future.

So, are these thousands of fake voters actually influencing elections? Logan Churchwell, communications and research director for the Public Interest Legal Foundation, said all of the apparently fraudulent registers brought up in the lawsuit are active, meaning their addresses are still good and, worst of all, they’ve voted at least often enough within the past few years not to be flagged as dormant.

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