from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
Think California voter fraud is no big deal? After all, most of us don’t reside there. And it’s already a deep blue state. It’s not as if voter fraud in the Golden State could possibly affect other states – right?
NBC News – yes, NBC News — reported: “Widespread Voting Fraud Scheme Targets Los Angeles’ Homeless – Prosecutors have accused the group of 14 felonies for a variety of alleged acts during the 2016 and 2018 election cycles.”
I was stunned when I saw that leftist NBC actually broke this story, considering it was one of many mainstream media outlets that has insisted for years that there was no fraud being perpetrated by the Democrats.
“An indictment unsealed in Los Angeles charged nine people accused of participating in voting fraud schemes – in which homeless people were allegedly offered cash or cigarettes in exchange for forged signatures on initiative petitions and voter registration forms,” wrote NBC.
Evidently, “officers from the LAPD’s Central Division arrested several people who appeared to be offering cash to homeless people along Skid Row.”
Skid Row has over 2,500 homeless, just in the 0.4 square mile area. The City of Los Angeles has over 36,000, and L.A. County has almost 60,000 homeless. This eclipses the populations of most American cities.
And if this is being done in Los Angeles, you can bet it’s going on nationwide in every major city. Maybe enough to affect the national popular vote total in a presidential election?
And how, you may ask? Well, due to one thing; its called the “National Popular Vote” initiative.