The "voter roll purges" as you call them, are a natural process when people die or move out of state, hence are no longer able to vote in that state, they are supposed to be removed from the registered voter list so no one can vote in their name, you know commit voter fraud. The trouble is some local areas refuse to do this, and amazingly they all are democrat controlled. I guess, as you have said, dead people and people who no longer live in the state are "Likely Democratic voters."
@genuinlysensitive en.wikipedia.org/.../Interstate_Voter_Registration_Crosscheck_Program"Prior to Crosscheck's legally mandated suspension, a dozen states had withdrawn from the program citing the inaccurate data and risk of violating voters' privacy rights. Crosscheck was also accused of facilitating unlawful purges of voters in a racially discriminatory manner."
"... to identify voters who may have registered or voted in two or more states." It doesn't remove anyone from voter rolls, it identifies potential abuses.Compare that to say, LA county, where they flat out refused to remove people from voter rolls for years, promting 1.5 million additional "registered voters" that were either dead or moved out of the area. It took a Federal Lawsuit to get them to do their job, and limit voter fraud opportunities.www.judicialwatch.org/.../
@genuinlysensitive That's exactly what it was designed and used for, though.Which is worse, disenfranchising a legitimate voter, or keeping the name of someone who isn't going to vote on the rolls? How about 300:1?"analysis of Crosscheck results in from Iowa in 2012 and 2014 suggests that for every double vote prevented, use of Crosscheck's proposed purge strategy impedes approximately 300 legitimate registrations."
Again this is one program of sharing information, not even used in all 50 states. You have areas such as LA, that refuse to remove people from the voter rolls. That is 1.5million opportunities for voter fraud! www.latimes.com/.../hawthorne-men-accused-in-voter-fraud-plot-to-attain-8-000-mail-ballots-for-nonexistent-or-deceased-personsThis is thousands of false votes per person. You want to talk "disenfranchisment"? How about the disenfranchisment of people not voting because there is rampant voter fraud, and opportunity to commit voter fraud? And, to be fair, it is all in DEMOCRAT controlled areas too. Funny you would think they would be screaming the loudest for this stuff to be fixed!
@genuinlysensitive It didn't have to be used in all 50 states, I don't know why you even bring that up. Florida's law hamstringing the newly passed constitutional amendment to let former felons vote was only in one state, and that disenfranchised hundreds of thousands.Your link is about an attempt to become a mayor by an idiot that was caught back in October. It didn't work. The system did. Guess what; even if they had got the ballots and voted with them, it would have been caught after the event, because that's 10% of the population."How about the disenfranchisment of people not voting because there is rampant voter fraud, and opportunity to commit voter fraud?"If people on your side don't vote because they foolishly believe untrustworthy people like you and the president, that's your problem. They haven't been disenfranchised, they can still vote, and it will still count because there isn't "rampant voter fraud".Again, you're defending removing people from the voting rolls who should be on there by saying how terrible it is that people who shouldn't be on there aren't. Dead people don't request absentee ballots, dead people don't vote. People who've moved out of state don't usually vote in both states.Oh, and it's the Republicans in the Senate that refused to help protect the vote from fraud and interference by the usual trick of ignoring House legislation to do it (so they didn't have to be seen to vote against it).
Once again the opportunity for voter fraud is in democrat controlled areas, they would be the ones disenfranchised. Unless the democrat establishment doesn't care due to the fact there is massive voter fraud.
@genuinlysensitive Then why were the Democrats pushing for anti-fraud audits to be required nationwide, and why is Trump accusing Republican states of fixing the vote?
He planted thoughts, there hasn't been any evidence.
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Yes. The crazies signed affidavits and they’ve been proven false.
These are legal documents under penalty of purgery, unlike someone going to the media and accusing someone of rape. We have far more proof of election fraud than we did that Kavanaugh was a rapist, yet the Left demanded full lengthy investigations. The hypocracy is stunning.
"We have far more proof of election fraud than we did that Kavanaugh was a rapist, yet the Left demanded full lengthy investigations."Did the left GET "full lengthy investigations"? No! AFAICR it was 3 days.
@goaded too bad the right cares more about fake voter fraud than rapists.
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