Why is it that only conservatives really want voter ID and immigration laws that are on the books to actually be followed?
The National Hispanic Survey provided more evidence for anti-voter fraud conservatives and supported an analysis by Old Dominion University professors who said non-citizens illegally voted in potentially large numbers.
President Trump said he's going to appoint a task force to uncover voter fraud and Vice President Pence will head it. The task force will focus on inaccurate voter registration polls, which are maintained by each state and the District of Columbia.
White House adviser Stephen Miller told ABC News that "It is a fact and you will not deny it, that there are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote. That is a scandal. We should stop the presses."
The Hispanic survey was conducted in June 2013 by McLaughlin and Associates but didn't get much press. The purpose was to analyze the opinions of US resident Hispanics on a number of different issues.
The sample size consisted of 800 Hispanics, 448 of whom said they were non-citizens and of those, 13 percent admitted they were registered to vote. Presumably, the 448 non-citizens would consist of illegal immigrants and non-citizens who are in the country legally, such as visa holders or permanent residents.
It is a felony based on 1996 federal law, for non-citizens to register. The poll didn't ask if they actually voted.
Mathematically, if the 13 percent of the 2013 US Census numbers for non-citizen Hispanic adults were applied, that would amount to about 1.5 million illegally registered Latinos, claims James Agresti, the director of the research nonprofit "Just Facts."Accounting for margin of error, the range is from 1.0 million to 2.1 million.
That's a lot of illegal Democratic votes.
Of course not every illegal voter would actually vote Democratic. At least one to 200 would possibly vote conservative--most likely, one and he would have probably hit the wrong lever.
"Contrary to the claims of many media outlets and so-called fact-checkers, this nationally representative scientific poll confirms that a sizable number of non-citizen in the US are registered to vote," Mr. Agresti said.
In 2013, another 8.3 million non-Hispanic non-citizens lived in the US, according to the Census. One can only wonder how many of them were registered to vote.
As our immigrant population, both legal and illegal, keeps growing, the problem of non-citizens voting illegally has caught the attention of grass-roots conservative groups. Democrats stand to gain with the alien vote and they haven't really complained about the problem--in fact, they deny it exists.
In 2014, two professors at Old Dominion University (ODU) and one at George Mason University collaborated to do a data-driven analysis of non-citizen voting. Their data came from the biennial Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES), headquartered at Harvard University.
Using CCES responses to citizenship questions, the ODU team estimated that 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in the 2008 Obama election. They projected a range as low as 38,000 and as high as 2.8 million.
Of course, the CCES authors at Harvard (where they teach young men to wash their hands after they use the urinal) reacted with outrage, claiming the small number of respondents among a sample of 38,000 made the responses meaningless. They picked at their numbers and came to the leftist Harvard conclusion that zero non-citizens voted.
That should give everyone pause, in spite of the liberal media proclaiming the ODU study was now "debunked." The ODU professors stand by their work and have filed counter-rebuttals.
It should be noted that Harvard professors, all but Alan Dershowitz, believe Al Gore is a global warming genius.
The 2013 Hispanic Survey tends to confirm the ODU work as the survey's 13 percent registration rate is totally in sync with what the CCES data indicates in multiple elections.
The ODU paper found that in 2008, 2010 and 2012 between 14.5 and 15.6 percent of self-declared non-citizen adults were registered to vote. Thus, the CCES and National Hispanic Survey data align very nicely with each other.
But don't tell that to the liberal media.
In spite of the stupidity of the liberal media, the White House is not backing off from the issue. Stephen Miller made the case on Sunday's "ABC's This Week" where he totally pissed of former Clinton towel boy, George Stephanopoulos.
"An issue of voter fraud is something we're going to be looking at very seriously and very hard," Miller said. "But the reality is, is that we know for a fact, you have massive numbers of non-citizens registered to vote in this country. Nobody disputes that."
"The White House has provided enormous evidence," he added, "with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state, dead people voting, non-citizens being registered to vote. And, as a country, we should be aghast about the fact that you have people who have no right to vote in this country, registered to vote, canceling out the franchise of lawful citizens of this country."
Stephanopoulos didn't deal with that, however, he went after President Trump for claiming there were 3 to 5 million illegals voting November 8th and that voters were bused in from Massachusetts to vote in New Hampshire.