In the November election, Kelly Ayotte lost her Senate seat by a mere 1017 votes. Donald Trump lost New Hampshire by less than three thousand votes. On election day 6,000 people registered to vote in New Hampshire using out of state driver’s licenses.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Monday that 6,000 people registered to vote on Election Day in New Hampshire using out-of-state IDKobach leads a 30-state project that compares voter registrations to root out corruption and clear voter rolls of obsolete and ineligible entries.
Kobach acknowledges that some of those voters are legitimate but many have been shown to have voted in multiple states. half of the out of state licenses belonged to Massachusetts residents. He promises a full report will be issued at the end of February. This could set up a constitutional crises. Trump’s loss is insignificant since he won the election, but Ayotte could sue claiming she lost due to fraud. To be quite honest, I do not know and have so far been able to find out what could happen if it is proven that fraud caused her loss.
I’m not sure the law provides for removing Hassan from office or whether Ayotte can sue fraudulent voters for damages. What happens if Hassan is allowed to keep her seat despite the voter fraud? One thing that could come out of it, is that republicans could be given an opening to pass voter fraud laws that would greatly increase penalties for illegal voting. They left could no longer deny that voter fraud is too insignificant to swing elections.
It’s also very interesting to see what infamous fake news site CNN had on the screen during the Kobach interview:
This as Koback explains the evidence of voter fraud. CNN should be arrested for fake news fraud.
White House Senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller argued in an a series of Sunday morning interviews that ‘thousands’ of Massachusetts voters from were ‘brought in on buses’ to vote ‘illegally’ in that contest.
‘Having worked before on a campaign in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire,’ Miller said on ABC. ‘It’s very real. It’s very serious.’
The squabble over New Hampshire erupted this week during a closed-door White House meeting in which Trump told Ayotte he thought her close defeat – and his own loss there – was the product of voter fraud.
James O’Keefe and Project veritas did an undercover video showing NH poll workers assisting voters in committing fraud.