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President Trump Shares HUGE Win For Election Integrity!


President Trump is celebrating and you should be too. …

1.2 million ineligible voters were recently scrubbed from the Los Angeles voter rolls. Before we get into that, can I just say that’s absolutely insane?

Los Angeles is one city, a big city, but one place nonetheless. …

If that one place had 1.2 million ineligible voters on the rolls, how many exist nationwide? 81 million?

President Trump reposted the announcement from Judicial Watch and told the world that this was “just the tip of the iceberg”:


Judicial Watch made the initial announcement:

Judicial Watch announced today that Los Angeles County removed 1,207,613 ineligible voters from its rolls since last year under the terms of a settlement agreement in a federal lawsuit Judicial Watch filed in 2017 (Judicial Watch, Inc., et al. v. Dean C. Logan, et al. (No. 2:17-cv-08948)).

Judicial Watch sued on its own behalf and on behalf of four lawfully registered voters in Los Angeles County and the Election Integrity Project California, Inc., a public interest group involved in monitoring California’s voter rolls.

Under the terms of the settlement agreement, Los Angeles County sent almost 1.6 million address confirmation notices in 2019 to voters listed as “inactive” on its voter rolls.

Under the federal National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), voters who do not respond to the notices and who do not vote in the following two federal elections must be removed from the voter rolls.

The settlement also required an update to the state’s online NVRA manual to make it clear that ineligible names must be removed and to notify each California county that they are obliged to do this.


Breitbart writes:

Last year, county officials revealed that more than 634,000 inactive voters on the rolls had not voted in at least ten years.

Likewise, more than 685,000 inactive voters were listed as not having voted in at least eight years.


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