One of the nation’s premiere elections’ expert, J. Christian Adams, told a Fox & Friends television audience he’s made a very peculiar discovery about hundreds of thousands of registered voters for this year’s election.
In short: Adams, who was the voting section attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, says scandal is afoot.
“[He’s] filed six suits in the past year against Philadelphia and Broward County, Florida, where the voter rolls are corrupted,” the Gateway Pundit reported.
What’s the big find he stumbled across?
As the news blog wrote: “Adams … [said] there are four million dead people on U.S. voter rolls.”
Well that’s a bit curious, wouldn’t you say?
Adams said one name that just recently turned up on a voter roll in Texas belonged to a person who had actually died in 1944.
“Dead people are voting and it’s something this administration does not want to do anything about,” Adams said, during the Fox News segment. “They must like it. They must like who they are voting for … Now we have four million … ineligible and dead voters on American voter rolls according to the Pew Charitable Trust.”
Of note: Pew Charitable Trust isn’t exactly a far-right organization. Guess Donald Trump, who’s been warning about voter fraud for some time now, isn’t as crazy as those on the left would like to lead Americans to believe.
Politico, in fact, just posted a story about the topic of voter fraud, finding that fully 41 percent of Americans see it as a major issue in this year’s election.
And Trump’s response? He tweeted: “@THEREALMOGUL: 41 percent of American voters believe the election could be ‘stolen’ from Donald Trump due to widespread voter fraud.”
Source: Gateway Pundit