More Than 100,000 Noncitizen Voters Are Registered To Vote In Two Key States

Two of the key states in the 2020 presidential election have now been caught in a scandal showing that Democrats have an unfair advantage.

Pennsylvania State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, the former chairman of a House government oversight panel and a top Republican said that Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, admitted that near 12,000 illegal immigrants are registered to vote in the state.

“I believe that we need to take action and have those people removed immediately from the rolls,”. Metcalfe said to The Washington Times. “They were never eligible to vote.”

More frightening, Texas announced days before Metcalfe made his statement that they found around 100,000 noncitizens who were registered to vote.

But activists in Texas have sued to keep the noncitizens on the voter rolls. These are the same people who say that they do not want foreign interference in the presidential election.

“It’s clear that the right-wing elements in Texas government are trying to rig the system to keep power and disenfranchise 95,000 American citizens,” Domingo Garcia, the national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, said. “There is no voter fraud in Texas. It’s a lie repeated time and again to suppress minority voters, and we’re going to fight hard against it.”

Texas Secretary of State David Whitley compared voter records against voter rolls and found that around 95,000 who are not citizens are registered to vote.

And of those 95,000 illegal alien voters approximately 58,000 of them voted in 1996.

In Pennsylvania the state used a similar procedure and found that they had around 11,200 illegal aliens registered to vote.

But the state of Pennsylvania would not give the names of the noncitizen voters to Republicans, so they do not know how many of them have voted.

“Demonstrating, much less discussing, noncitizen voting activity is the worst form of heresy one can commit for left-wing groups,” director of communications and research at the Public Interest Legal Foundation ,Logan Churchwell, whose group is part of the lawsuits in Pennsylvania and Texas to purge the voter records of the illegal aliens, said.

“It is the tip of the iceberg,” Judicial Watch Director Tom Fitton said to The Times. “This shows the urgent need for citizenship verification for voting. The Department of Justice should follow up with a national investigation.”

“This governor has been an obstructionist in revealing this information to the citizens, and thereby I believe a participant in allowing this fraudulent activity to occur because it benefits him and his party,” Metcalfe said.

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