Why is it that dead voters all seem to prefer electing Democrats? Americans aren’t allowed to question the integrity of the 2020 election. It’s done, it’s over and Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. sits on the throne so get over it, we’re told.
25,975 dead voters
State election officials are supposed to keep dead voters from casting ballots but for some strange reason that only Democrats can comprehend, zombies remain eligible to vote for decades after they’re buried.
In Michigan, for instance, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson just got sued for failing to clean up the records. The National Voter Registration Act is nothing to be sneezed at.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation is convinced she’s been “neglecting her duty to remove dead voters from the voter rolls.” Their lawyers argue that the “NVRA clearly states” that all election officials must “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names.”
Even in Michigan. If one of Michigan’s registered ballot casters showed up at the polls today, she would be 108. Since she died more than 20 years ago, they made it easy for her to vote by mail.
Staff at the watchdog group combed through obituaries in the Detroit Free Press and worked it like a goldmine. They even collected gravestone images for evidence of dead voters in court.
It will be interesting to see how many of them really voted, if that information ever makes it out into the public. It has about the same chance as a virus leaking from a lab. It’s not supposed to happen, but it does.
Opportunity for fraud
Dead voters aren’t just something to chuckle about, it’s election fraud. “For over a year, we’ve shared specific data with the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office about the alarming problem of deceased registrants on Michigan’s voter rolls,” PILF President J. Christian Adams notes.
“Secretary Benson has done nothing to resolve the problem and is even refusing to hand over public documents related to these failures. The failure to remove deceased registrants creates an opportunity for fraud and makes Michigan’s elections less secure.”
Specifically, the litigation spells out, “as of August 2021: 25,975 potentially deceased registrants are on Michigan’s voter rolls. 23,663 of those deceased registrants have been dead for five years or more. 17,479 of those deceased registrants have been dead for at least ten years. 3,956 of those deceased registrants have been dead for at least twenty years.” Dead voters are a no-no.
“When more than 25,000 deceased registrants are identified on the Q.V.F. and not removed for an extended period of years, the list maintenance program is not only unreasonable, it is failing.”
Benson is intentionally violating “Section 8 of the NVRA.” That law requires her to “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names of non-eligibles from “the official lists of eligible voters by reason of…” including other things, “…the death of the registrant.” From what the read in the obituaries, there is no way what she’s doing is “reasonable.” Michigan has a similar law on the books and she’s breaking that one too.
“At least once a month, the county clerk shall forward a list of the last known address and birth date of all persons over 18 years of age who have died within the county to the clerk of each city or township within the county. The city or township clerk shall compare this list with the registration records and cancel the registration of all deceased electors.” It’s not happening.