According to a Post-Election audit report, hundreds of Illegal voters participated in the 2016 election.
The audit outlines 3 major issues that took place on election day in North Carolina.
*”In late January 2017, NCSBE sent letters to suspected felon voters identified through data audits, notifying recipients that they may have illegally voted and their registrations would be canceled in 30 days unless they objected in writing and presented evidence that they are not active felons,” the report states.
“Currently, 441 files of suspected felon voters remain open after an initial screening and contacts or attempted contacts with the voters.”
*courtesy of the Washington Free Beacon
Now only 16 of these have been “referred”. The other 425 cases will likely also be once the investigation commences.
Non-U.S Citizen voting:
According to the Beacon, a separate investigation is ongoing dealing with non-U.S citizen voting. 41 cases have been confirmed while another 61 are still up in the air.
“A number of non-citizens said they were not aware that they were prohibited from voting,” the report states. “Interviews and evidence show that some non-citizens were misinformed about the law by individuals conducting voter registration drives or, in at least one document case, by a local precinct official.”
“Some violators appear to be ‘testers’ trying to find holes in the system,” the audit says. “Others claim property ownership in multiple jurisdictions should allow them to vote in each, and others brush past the law to support their candidate by any means necessary. Additionally, a case that initially appears to be a double voter—an individual who votes twice—may actually be a case of voter impersonation—an individual who casts a ballot using the identity of another person.”
They mention 24 cases of this but claim it is hard to actually track this so it may be much worse.
This discovery is more evidence that voter fraud was an issue in the 2016 election. We reported months ago of voter fraud in New Hampshire which vindicated Trump’s claims of voter fraud being an issue in the 2016 election.