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The “Jig is up” on Lefts Denial of Voter Fraud

The “Jig is up” on Lefts Denial of Voter Fraud

JANUARY 27, 2017

Dear Editor/Broadcaster:

“The most bizarre lie of Donald Trump’s presidency so far is his claim of widespread voter fraud in an election he won.”

That’s the word from Esquire magazine in response to President Donald’s Trump’s very serious allegation about extensive voter fraud in the 2016 election.

Like most Baby Boomers, I have long turned to Esquire for the final word in celebrity sleuthing, fiction writing, and fashion design.

But – as the attached article from the Washington Times makes clear — when it comes to serious insights into voter fraud, the expertise lies with the man who wrote the definitive exposé in Chapter 4 of his New York Times bestseller Clean House.

Here’s what Tom had to say in Rowan Scarborough’s excellent Times article:

“Most voters are never asked for voter ID, so it is dishonest to suggest that with the tens of millions of illegal and legal aliens here, there is no voter fraud,” said Tom Fitton, who heads the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch. “If the key Old Dominion study results on the 2008 election are applied to 2016 — 1.41 million aliens may have voted illegally, with 1.13 million voting for Democrats.”

“A federal voter fraud investigation is long overdue,” Mr. Fitton said. “It would be a simple matter of analyzing voter registration databases against federal databases of aliens and deceased individuals. Why is the left afraid to even ask the questions? The jig is up.”

I highly recommend the Times article – both for Tom Fitton’s insights, and those of Political scientist Jesse Richman of Old Dominion University as well.

As the fight over voter fraud continues to heat up, please feel free to call Jill Farrell (202-664-5188 / jfarrell@judicialwatch.org) for an interview with Tom Fitton — or with the director of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project, Robert Popper.

Sincerely,

Carter Clews
Director of Communications