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Remember how the lying media chastised Donald Trump for saying he feared the election would be "rigged"?
Turns out he was entirely right.
From the Free Beacon:
A Virginia Young Democrat working for a Democrat-aligned voter registration group got caught filing applications on behalf of dead people when he filed an application for a deceased World War II veteran who was known by a local clerk.
The 19 applications were submitted through HarrisonburgVotes, which is run by Joe Fitzgerald, a prominent local Democrat. Fitzgerald is chairman of his congressional district's Democratic Committee.Obviously his motivations were to get Hillary Clinton elected by hook or by crook.
As Spieles is smart, we know for certain he wasn't working alone, because that would be pointless and stupid.
Although Spieles says he acted on his own, the FBI and Harrisonburg Police Department said they are examining all applications that HarrisonburgVotes has submitted since February.The largest act of "voter fraud" in Virginia was Clintonite Governor Terry McAuliffe's giving 60,000 criminal and violent felons the right to vote (the initial number was 200,000 before it was overturned by the courts).
The only reason McAuliffe even got elected in the formerly conservative red state of Virginia was because Democrats' open borders policies disenfranchised real Americans by flooded the state with foreigners who block vote their ethnic interests.
This is the future of our nation as a whole if we don't wise up and reverse our immigration policies.
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