Trump Right Again: Up to 5.7 Million Illegals Voted in Presidential Election

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I know it’s getting boring to be right all the time, but according to a new study, President Trump was spot on when he said that illegals voting in the 2016 election cycle prevented him for winning the popular vote too, along with the landslide in the Electoral College.  Even if the corporate left MSM described President Trump’s assertion about illegals voting as fake news, a new study reveals that almost 6 million undocumented immigrants (read illegals) were very likely to have voted in the 2008 presidential election.

Using a methodology derived from logical thinking called inference, if there were almost 6 million illegals voting in 2008 (most probably for dear leader Hussein Obama, as immigrants are overwhelmingly voting left), there’s no reason to believe that things were different 8 years later. Truth be told, there were way more illegal immigrants in the US in 2016 than in 2008 after 8 years of open borders and lax immigration policy courtesy of dear leader Barry, but let that go.

Now, getting back to our story, the Washington Times reports the following:

“A research group in New Jersey has taken a fresh look at postelection polling data and concluded that the number of noncitizens voting illegally in U.S. elections is likely far greater than previous estimates,”




The study was made by an independent think tank called Just Facts and it looked at hard data gathered by Harvard/YouGov. The conclusion is that illegals voting may have put Barack Obama into office in 2008.

Immediately after the election anyone with a pencil could have figured out that HillaryOus Clinton’s ‘margin of victory’ in the ‘popular’ vote was exactly the same as the ‘margin of victory’ in CaliFornication, where illegal aliens are given driver’s licenses, which is the only ID they need to vote.

Liberals and dems are against voter ID laws, because they like illegals voting.Check out dear leader’s own words as he encourages illegals to vote in the 2016 presidential election:


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