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Non-Citizens Vote Contributed Significantly To Biden Victory, Study Suggests



A new non-partisan study estimates that presumptive President- elect Joseph R. Biden benefited from thousands of illegal votes by non-citizens.

The study comes from the nonprofit research institute Just Facts and its president, James D. Agresti, who looked at election returns from seven battleground states Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

He compared U.S. Census numbers on non-citizens (a total of 21.7 million) with each battleground state’s demographics and election results. He then applied previous election polling of non-citizens.

The Just Facts research has indicated that the votes illegally cast by non-citizens netted Joe Biden the following extra votes in the majority of tightly contested states, the author stated.


Study suggests, margin needed for Mr. Biden victory could be a fraudulent vote
of illegals who are the natural constituency of the Democratic Party

In Arizona where Mr. Biden acquired 51,081 vote about 17,689 were fraudulent. In Georgia with 54,950 support, about 19,025 accounted for illegals. In Michigan where Mr. Biden result was 22,585 the fraudulent vote was about 7,842. In Nevada, North Carolina and Pennsylvania these numbers were at 7, 717 ; 16,001 and 11,332 respectively. In Wisconsin at least 1,774 undocumented votes chose Mr. Biden.

This is just one kind of fraud, Mr. Agresti told media. It’s a sizable number, which is the point. It also decimates the predominant narrative that there is no evidence of largescale fraud in U.S. elections.

Illegal voters could exploit the fact that the states are lacking enforcement mechanism of the laws which prohibit non-US citizens from registration and claiming the citizenship falsely. Federal law does not require from voters to provide documentary evidence that they are citizens.

As the report emphasised, several states, including Arizona and Georgia, tried to implement such a requirement, but they were blocked from doing so by backed by the Obama administration.

Poll confirms that the non-citizens are voting

Poll evidence from 2008 to 2013 seems to confirm that substantial numbers of noncitizens vote. For example, a 2012 Harvard/YouGov survey found that 14 per cent of self-identified noncitizens responded that they were registered to vote and 9 per cent said they “definitely” voted. Of those, 80 per cent said they voted for Mr. Obama.

Democratic politicians and their supporters in media and academia have tried to block this information in the past attacking the independent researchers.

Four years ago, political science professor Jesse Richman led the debate on his comprehensive studies at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. He estimated that 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton garnered thousands of noncitizens votes. His numbers prompted Mr. Trump to make unsubstantiated claims about the popular vote he had lost.

Other political science professors reacted by bullying Mr. Richman in an open letter calling for colleagues to blacklist his studies.


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