Democrat Secretary of State Caught LYING About Vote Fraud in California

A reporter called me yesterday about the Trump charge of illegal voting in California.  He did not know of any.  I had to remind him the CBS in LA found hundreds of dead people, dead for years, voting constantly since 2004 in LA County.  Then I had to remind him that in San Pedro 83 absentee ballots were delivered to one apartment.  In California is you see an illegal alien voting and report it to the Poll Captain, YOU are in trouble with the law and the illegal alien is allowed to vote.  Without ID, there is no way to know how many, not if, crooked votes are cast.

“California Secretary of State Alex Padilla on Sunday dismissed Donald Trump’s charges of voter fraud in California as “absurd” and “unbecoming” of a President-elect.

“It appears that Mr. Trump is troubled by the fact that a growing majority of Americans did not vote for him,” said Padilla, who supervises California’s election results. “His unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd.”

Mr. Padilla—have you investigated the LA County Registrar of Voters?  Have you asked for an audit of the voting rolls in the counties?  How many dead people are sent ballots and vote them each year?  The problem is that Trump is calling you out as either lazy, a fraud or corrupt.  Prove him wrong—audit the voting rolls, prosecute the illegal voters and fire the Registrars of Voters that are either incompetent and/or corrupt—you can start with Dean Logan in L.A.

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Trump’s Vote Fraud Charge ‘Absurd’ Says California Secretary of State

by Chris Jennewein, Times of San Diego,  11/27/16

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla on Sunday dismissed Donald Trump’s charges of voter fraud in California as “absurd” and “unbecoming” of a President-elect.

“It appears that Mr. Trump is troubled by the fact that a growing majority of Americans did not vote for him,” said Padilla, who supervises California’s election results. “His unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd.”

“His reckless tweets are inappropriate and unbecoming of a President-elect,” Padilla added.

Trump tweeted Sunday that he believes there was “serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California” and claimed he would have won the popular vote except for “millions of people who voted illegally.”

Although Trump won the electoral vote, he trails Democrat Hillary Clinton in the popular vote by more than 2 million.

A recount is underway in Wisconsin, but not in any other states, and Clinton conceded the election on Nov. 9.

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