...an election can be decided by a few votes. In 2004, the presidential race between Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush was decided by a few hundred votes in Florida.
"While the news media perpetuated the assertion that Bush and the GOP 'stole' the election, it could very well have been illegal aliens voting in Florida that made the outcome so close," said former NYPD cop, now security firm owner, Sid Francis.
"Bush may have beaten Gore by more votes if illegals were excluded, since immigrants tend to vote for Democrats. Or Gore could have won decisively had there been prior screening before people were allowed into the voting booths," said Det. Francis.
"There was absolutely no mention in the mainstream media regarding suspected voter fraud by illegal or legal aliens. It was much easier for the agenda-driven newspeople to accuse Republicans of stealing the election," added Baker.
"Florida is not unique. Thousands of non-citizens are registered to vote in some states, and tens if not hundreds of thousands in total may be present on the voter rolls nationwide. These numbers are significant: Local elections are often decided by only a handful of votes, and even national elections have likely been within the margin of the number of non-citizens illegally registered to vote," said Hans A. von Spakovsky, a researcher at the Heritage Foundation.
"There is no reliable method to determine the number of non-citizens registered or actually voting because most laws to ensure that only citizens vote are ignored, are inadequate, or are systematically undermined by government officials. Those who ignore the implications of non-citizen registration and voting either are willfully blind to the problem or may actually favor this form of illegal voting," said Spakovsky, an expert on the subject of illegal aliens and immigration law, during an interview on Fox News Channel.There's currently a push to have all national elections decided by the overall popular vote; by that standard, the most populous regions could overwhelm the sparsely populated ones. Worse, since, in some states, the large cities are owned, body and soul, by corrupt Democrat political machines, who have no scruples about "voting the dead", we could essentially be out-voted by phantom voters.
The slogan of the National Popular Vote is "Every vote equal". Well, that's NOT the way it will happen if they get their way. Instead, the less scrupulous counties will overrun the ones that pay attention to legal restrictions, such as residency, immigration status, felony convictions, double residency, etc.
You need to visit the National Popular Vote site, and find out what your state legislators are doing. I've downloaded SC-H-4201, which is the bill that's been sponsored in SC, and plan to familiarize myself with all the provisions of it. After that, I'll be writing about it, and spurring others to contact legislators. You can do the same, whether as a blogger, or via your email contacts.