After I posted on DemocRATS trying to rig the 2016 election for Hillary, she doubled down in a speech to mostly-Black Texas Southern University by calling for automatic Universal Voter Registration, in which just about anyone on a government list, such as for welfare or drivers licenses, would automatically be registered to vote.
But I’m sure her support of this has nothing to do with race-baiting, enabling vote fraud and stealing elections:
The problems with universal voter registration are numerous and obvious. Many states' lists include vast numbers of illegals, including some states which allow illegals to obtain drivers licenses; because many homeowners have more than one home, there will be duplicates; because so many people are on so many separate federal and state government agency lists, there will be duplicates; and because so many lists exist with little or no cross-checking capability, all of these duplicates are likely to go uncorrected. Add to this the fact that Dems hope to extend voting rights to felons, and the whole thing begins to look like a nationwide Democrat voter registration drive facilitated by taxpayers.
And that is putting it nicely.
This a good time to recall that the Clintons have a history of election rigging. When Bill was President, they pushed the Motor Voter Law. Yes, the one that required that those applying for welfare are given voter registration cards; the law that makes it more difficult to remove deceased or moved voters from the rolls, among other provisions.
Also recall that Bill was very busy in 1996 importing Democrats by speeding up citizen applications, which resulted in an increase in Democrat voters . . . and in serious errors in the naturalization process. But, hey, priorities!
The Clintons cannot be trusted. . . . Yes, I can end the sentence there. But to be specific, the Clintons cannot be trusted with elections, period.
And Queen Hillary is already at it again in trying to rig elections to “elect” her dynasty . . . again.
Knee Update: Apologies if my post is low on details. Not-so-fun adventures with my knee yesterday have worn me out. I got it reexamined and should hear more today or Monday.