Skip to comments.Newly Leaked Report Shows Hillary DID NOT Win New Hampshire…and Dems Are PANICKING
Posted on 09/10/2017 2:16:25 PM PDT by Lorianne
President Trump won the election fair and square, but more and more evidence keeps piling up that his big win might have been in spite of Democratic voter fraud. First there was the study suggesting millions of non-citizens voted, now there appears to be evidence that thousands of non-residents may have actually given a whole state to Hillary Clinton.
New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper (R) reported numbers on Thursday that indicate more than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire using out-of-state drivers licenses, Washington Times reports. Since the election, many of those people, most of whom were from nearby Massachusetts, never got an in-state license.
Some have suggested the states same-day registration rules could be to blame, as people from Massachusetts- a solidly blue state- could travel to New Hampshire, vote, and then leave in one day.
White House Policy Advisor Stephen Miller was unsurprised by Jaspers findings, saying:
Having worked before on a campaign in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone whos worked in New Hampshire politics. Its very real. Its very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence.
Leave it to Democrats to travel from miles around just to tell other people how they should be governed, in a state they dont even live in.
Heres the three numbers you need to know: 6,540 people registered and voted on the same day- November 8th, by showing out-of-state licenses.
About 5,300 of those people had not received a New Hampshire several months later.
President Trump lost New Hampshire by 2,736 votes.
More than 5,000 out-of-state voters may have tipped New Hampshire against Trump
Now, on to California.
I’d sure be interested to know how many illegals voted.
unDocumented Citizens? Stuff that noise...
No wonder they are all so p!$$ed.
Fraud...same stunts that put Zero over the top in 2012.
It was a narrow loss for Trump in MN and NV. I wonder if he actually won those states too?
Why aren’t I leading by 50 points? LOL What a loser.
Same day registration, drive-in voting, early voting, and many absentee ballots (except for active duty military) are a huge invitation to fraud.
Does anyone know if any effort is made to prevent out-of-state college students from voting absentee in their home state and then voting a second time in their college town.
Students overwhelmingly voting democratic, I would think the number would be huge.
Yep. And we always knew these rats committed a ton of fraud especially in cities that always carry the state over the burbs and rural areas.
That’s why the rats do not want voter id laws.
And just think of how much money it cost them to buy those votes, transportation, etc.
I expect 5300 Arrest Warrants to be issued then and then serve them ALL on the Governors of those States they had their License issued. HE IS REQUIRED TO ENFORCE IT!!
OK let’s see them take it to court. If they can.
I live in CA, I can affirm Trump lost this state by a wide margin, even taking away the illeal aliens. The whites here hate Trump with a passion too. The state is 80% liberal.
California is long gone. Jerry Brown just tripled our car registration fees and raised the gas tax by .20/gallon, and his approval rating remains high....Republicans shouldnt even bother with this hell.hole state.
shameful that this has been allowed to happen for all these years. We knew about this problem back in 2000.
So, THAT is where the 6 Billion missing from the State Department went.
I’ve read other recent studies here that suggest he most likely won MN, NV, as well as possibly New Hampshire, all of Maine’s electoral votes, and New Mexico.
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