Watchdog Alleges Virginia Prepping to Accommodate Mass Voter Fraud: Officials stockpile a million provisional ballots in swing state governed by a close Clinton ally

Watchdog Alleges Virginia Prepping to Accommodate Mass Voter Fraud: Officials stockpile a million provisional ballots in swing state governed by a close Clinton ally, by Jim Stinson. The state of Virginia has five million voters, but they printed six million ballots.

“The claim that it is for contingency planning is bogus,” [Reagan George, the president of the Virginia Voters Alliance] said in an email.

“In 2012, Stafford County used less than 500 provisional ballots — in 2016 they received 30,000. In 2012, Loudoun County used 700 provisional ballots. In 2016, they received 84,000. In 2012, Fairfax used 2,500 provisional ballots; in 2016, they received over 265,000. This is ridiculous.”

Criminals overwhelmingly vote Democrat:

The decision to print so many provisional ballots comes after an April announcement by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat and a key ally of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. McAuliffe said he would allow more than 200,000 released felons to vote on Nov. 8. …

The thousands of felons who signed up to vote after McAuliffe’s order were initially welcomed to the voter rolls. George said left-wing voter groups were ready for the order, and signed up thousands of felons within hours.

Over 1,000 Illegal Voters in Eight Virginia Localities: New report finds evidence of widespread voter fraud in the crucial swing state, by Jim Stinson.

More than 1,000 aliens, or residents who are not U.S. citizens, have been free to vote illegally in Virginia. … The 1,046 Virginia voters may just be the tip of the iceberg, as it’s only the number found in eight Virginia localities [of which there are 125] …

One thousand votes or so is enough to swing a close election in the state. In 2013, the Democratic candidate for attorney general won by fewer than 1,000 votes. …

It’s a felony for non-citizens to vote in Virginia. But in Virginia, no proof of citizenship is required when voters register.

hat-tip Joanne