ALG urges DOJ investigation into voter fraud utilizing Social Security records

Jan. 26, 2017, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued statement urged for the Department of Justice to investigate potential voter fraud by utilizing Social Security records after President Donald Trump called for a “major investigation”:

“The Attorney General of the United States should get to the bottom of this voter fraud issue by conducting analysis of the voter files from all fifty states and the District of Columbia comparing them to Social Security records. They should also attempt to discern how many individuals voted in multiple locations due to the ease of postcard voter registration. The American right to vote is sacred, and when someone either votes illegally or votes multiple times in the same election, they put a stake through the heart of our representative government and should be subject to prosecution.

“If, as many claim, there was no voter fraud, the issue will be put to rest.  However, if hundreds of thousands or even millions voted illegally, the system must be reformed to ensure that the one person/one vote principle is upheld.”

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