Clinton musters thousands of deceased voters for California primary

The Clintons could have taken lessons from the Australian Council of Trade Unions about voting fraud

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Trade Union corruption advocate Bill Shorten

As the heated race for the Democratic presidential nomination wraps up, all eyes are on delegate-rich California.

And with just one week to go before the California primary, critics of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are starting to notice — something stinks.

According to civil rights attorney Bill Simpich, it’s election fraud. And it could hand Clinton the state.

In one example, local Los Angeles television station CBS2 reported widespread voter fraud last week when it was revealed that “hundreds” of deceased voters in the county — the majority lifelong Democrats — have been mysteriously casting votes long after they’d died.

The problem with voter fraud tipping the scales for Clinton extends statewide — and could result in millions of votes, according to election watchdog groups, thanks to California Gov. Jerry Brown’s New Motor Voter Act.

As the heated race for the Democratic presidential nomination wraps up, all eyes are on delegate-rich California.

And with just one week to go before the California primary, critics of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are starting to notice — something stinks.

According to civil rights attorney Bill Simpich, it’s election fraud. And it could hand Clinton the state.

In one example, local Los Angeles television station CBS2 reported widespread voter fraud last week when it was revealed that “hundreds” of deceased voters in the county — the majority lifelong Democrats — have been mysteriously casting votes long after they’d died.

The problem with voter fraud tipping the scales for Clinton extends statewide — and could result in millions of votes, according to election watchdog groups, thanks to California Gov. Jerry Brown’s New Motor Voter Act.

Critics have been vocally warning about the consequence of Brown’s controversial bill since October 2015, saying it would strongly favor establishment Democrats like Hillary Clinton by stuffing the ballot boxes with millions of illegal votes — from ineligible voters unknowingly participating in election fraud.

“The New Motor Voter Act automatically registers to vote all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses at the Department of Motor Vehicles instead of requiring them to fill out a form. Those eligible may opt out of voter registration,” The Washington Times reported last year. “The goal is to ease barriers to voting, but election-integrity advocates warn that the measure could inadvertently add millions of illegal voters to the rolls given that California allows undocumented aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.”

Should the election fraud be as widespread as critics warn it could be, it will almost certainly benefit Clinton. These millions of potential illegal voters heading to the polling booth would come largely from demographics that overwhelmingly support establishment Democrats like Clinton.

Critics point out that Gov. Brown and the Clintons have been steadily building an alliance in recent years.

“I’m so grateful to Jerry Brown. You know that we’re not very far apart in age, and we’ve been doing this for a long time, and he still cares about your future,” former President Bill Clinton said when he was campaigning for Brown in California in 2010. “And that is important.”

Bill Clinton met with Brown in a closed door meeting in California last week. “A Brown spokesman said the governor and Bill Clinton discussed foreign and domestic politics, including the presidential campaign. They met in the same room at the governor’s mansion in Sacramento where John F. Kennedy and Brown’s father, then-Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, met ahead of the 1960 election,” according to The Sacramento Bee.

While no one is directly accusing Brown of rigging the election for Clinton, there’s little doubt that millions of illegal immigrant votes would disproportionately benefit Hillary Clinton’s chances in the tight California primary — and the timing of the bill, signed by Brown into law in California around the same time Sanders began making a serious push in national polling averages, is raising eyebrows.

At its best, the cozy relationship between Brown and Clinton certainly gives the impression to some Sanders supporters that there is bias in the state’s highest office — especially when one considers how Brown has become an outspoken critic of the Vermont senator.

“Brown, a fourth-term Democrat, has not endorsed in the Democratic primary contest. But on Saturday he appeared to scold Hillary Clinton rival Bernie Sanders’ insurgent campaign, saying nobody ‘should be seeking the Democratic nomination with a scorched earth policy,’” The Sacramento Bee noted last Wednesday.

Hilary Clinton accused of planning massive vote fraud in California

Critics have been vocally warning about the consequence of Brown’s controversial bill since October 2015, saying it would strongly favor establishment Democrats like Hillary Clinton by stuffing the ballot boxes with millions of illegal votes — from ineligible voters unknowingly participating in election fraud.

“The New Motor Voter Act automatically registers to vote all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses at the Department of Motor Vehicles instead of requiring them to fill out a form. Those eligible may opt out of voter registration,” The Washington Times reported last year. “The goal is to ease barriers to voting, but election-integrity advocates warn that the measure could inadvertently add millions of illegal voters to the rolls given that California allows undocumented aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.”

Should the election fraud be as widespread as critics warn it could be, it will almost certainly benefit Clinton. These millions of potential illegal voters heading to the polling booth would come largely from demographics that overwhelmingly support establishment Democrats like Clinton.

Critics point out that Gov. Brown and the Clintons have been steadily building an alliance in recent years.

“I’m so grateful to Jerry Brown. You know that we’re not very far apart in age, and we’ve been doing this for a long time, and he still cares about your future,” former President Bill Clinton said when he was campaigning for Brown in California in 2010. “And that is important.”

Bill Clinton met with Brown in a closed door meeting in California last week. “A Brown spokesman said the governor and Bill Clinton discussed foreign and domestic politics, including the presidential campaign. They met in the same room at the governor’s mansion in Sacramento where John F. Kennedy and Brown’s father, then-Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, met ahead of the 1960 election,” according to The Sacramento Bee.

While no one is directly accusing Brown of rigging the election for Clinton, there’s little doubt that millions of illegal immigrant votes would disproportionately benefit Hillary Clinton’s chances in the tight California primary — and the timing of the bill, signed by Brown into law in California around the same time Sanders began making a serious push in national polling averages, is raising eyebrows.

At its best, the cozy relationship between Brown and Clinton certainly gives the impression to some Sanders supporters that there is bias in the state’s highest office — especially when one considers how Brown has become an outspoken critic of the Vermont senator.

“Brown, a fourth-term Democrat, has not endorsed in the Democratic primary contest. But on Saturday he appeared to scold Hillary Clinton rival Bernie Sanders’ insurgent campaign, saying nobody ‘should be seeking the Democratic nomination with a scorched earth policy,’” The Sacramento Bee noted last Wednesday. – from the Horn News

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