Trump Administration is Cracking Down on Beaners Voting

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
September 6, 2018

This is America. Taco-mongers don’t get to vote.

The Democrat’s electoral strategy has been, for decades, to effect a taco-ing up of the vote by bringing in hordes of beaners, both legal and illegal.

We’re nearing the brink, hip deep in electoral guacamole. So reducing the number of foreigners who actually vote is a crucial step in turning around the Jewing of America.

So far, of course, the Republicans have either done nothing to prevent the Dems from furthering their plan, or acted as accomplices – because their big-business donors benefited from the influx of cheap labor and the corresponding drop in wages and living standards.

But Trump is different.

He’s mounting the biggest offensive against electoral fraud we’ve seen in our lifetime.

Think Progress:

Federal officials are demanding millions of voting documents from North Carolina in hopes of furthering an existing case that accused 19 non-citizens of voting illegally in 2016, CNN reported Wednesday.

In other words, they’re using an existing case against 19 criminal aliens in order to fish for information about potentially thousands of other cases of voting fraud.

Fishing really is the best sport – especially when it’s fishing for beaners.

The subpoena seeks copies of all voter registrations filed from 2010 to 2018 statewide. A second seeks voting records in Pitt County from 2013 through 2018. Together, the subpoenas would generate upwards of 15 million individual documents — including 2.2 million cast ballots that could be traced to specific voters.

Federal prosecutors charged nine people with lying about their citizenship in order to vote and 10 others with lesser illegal voting charges in August. Their alleged criminal conduct ranges from knowingly voting after fraudulently obtaining citizenship in one case to casting votes after having legal permanent residence status for years in nine of the cases.

High-visibility trials of these cases of voting fraud is excellent on several counts.

First, it raises the awareness of this kind of fraud, and disarms the shills who claim this is a non-issue.

Second, it frightens beaners and other illegals, preventing more fraud from occurring.

And third, it enables the feds to subpoena states for their electoral records, which many have resisted handing over to the government for their investigations in the past.

The latter, larger subset of the charges is akin to the high-profile conviction of a green card holder in Texas, Rosa Maria Ortega, who voted in multiple elections because she didn’t know she couldn’t and had lived in the U.S. nearly all her life. “Ms. Ortega, who has a seventh-grade education and a sometimes shaky grasp on the complexities of her life, has steadfastly insisted that she did not know she was violating the law — that she is being imprisoned and probably deported for the crime of being confused,” the New York Times reported after her conviction.

“I didn’t know voting fraud was illegal!”

Great legal defense, Juanita.

To be honest, the bulk of the blame for voting fraud doesn’t rest on the illegals themselves (or the niggers who double vote or whatever).

They should still be jailed and deported, of course.

But the biggest culprits are the officials who allow it to happen, through either complicity or criminal negligence. All voting fraud happens because people within the government allow it.

Preventing all fraud would be as simple as having a database of all living, legitimate US citizens, and having each voter checked against the database before accessing the voting booth. It would take, like, 15 seconds. And such databases obviously exist already. As long as the system is centralized, then it would also prevent double-voting.

This is not rocket science, folks.

The North Carolina cases come after state officials reported last year that roughly 500 of the 4.8 million ballots cast there in 2016 traced to people who couldn’t legally vote. “The report did not include any evidence of fraud, and many of those who voted claimed to be confused about their eligibility,” according to local news station WRAL.

Riiiiiiiiiiight.

I wonder how many non-Japanese are “confused” about whether they’re eligible to vote in Japan?

Seems like this is a problem that pops up exclusively in the West.

The Trump administration’s decision to seek the stiffest possible criminal penalties for illegal voting — even the inadvertent, good-faith mistake kind that Ortega says got her caught up and which matches several of the defendants in the North Carolina indictment — is consistent with its broader crackdown on any glimmer of doubt about a person’s legal status or citizenship.

Voting fraud should be grounds for extreme punishment. Even in an all-White country, voting illegally means cancelling the vote of someone else. In other words, you’re robbing someone else of their political power.

In our present case, brown invaders are robbing White people of their political power.

Moreover, it de-legitimizes the state itself, whose authority, in principle, is derived from the people’s will. If a government is appointed through fraud, then it’s obviously not legitimate. Voting fraud is thus a serious form of sedition.

The White House has revoked passports from hundreds of citizens born near the Texas-Mexico border, the Washington Post reported last week, based only on a handful of cases where midwives have admitted falsifying the birthplace of babies born south of the Rio Grande.

“In some cases, passport applicants with official U.S. birth certificates are being jailed in immigration detention centers and entered into deportation proceedings,” the Post report said. Unless a person whose birth was attended by one of the midwives who’s admitted doctoring a few birth certificates here and there can prove through other documentation that their birth papers are accurate, the Trump government is presuming them to be foreign born and tossing them into the president’s streamlined deportation machine.

Look at how these faggots are framing this.

“Oh, these midwives admitted to falsifying a few birth records here and there, no big deal. No reason to start a witch hunt.”

Oh, you better believe they’re gonna be a witch hunt.

We’re literally talking about foreigners forging U.S. documentation to claim citizenship and the immense benefits associated with that. It’s a looting and pillaging of the resources of the American people.

And of course, these same people are also voting illegally in our elections, thus subverting our government.

It’s a big fucking deal.

And it was about time the government started cracking down on it.

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