Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Did Donald Trump Win Minnesota?

President Trump promises an investigation into voter fraud, and those on the left are upset, asserting that voter fraud is not an issue.

But we all know that is not really the case.

None of the eight checks for voter registration apply for those that register on Election Day, as 15%t to 20% of voters do, according to The Minnesota Voters Alliance.

Powerline Blog reports:

“Voter Registration Application’s (VRA’s) are not entered and verified until AFTER the election. Statute allows the counties 42 days to enter the data, unless they need even more time. VRA’s have to be entered before they can be checked or compared to any databases!! …

“[T]he SOS website show[s] that Election Day Registrants in presidential election years average OVER 500,000. 2016 is only showing 340,000 because that number is not complete, it will more than likely exceed 550,000 when ALL are finally entered into the Statewide Voter Registration System (SVRS). Notice all PRESIDENTIAL election years have exceeded 500,000. (2016 could be closer to 600K due to newly adopted NO EXCUSE Absentee Voting.)

“Finally, … the truth is that [Secretary of State] Simon doesn’t know for certain that Hillary won Minnesota because over 500,000 people have NOT BEEN CHECKED AT ALL YET. Seems to me like it’s FAKE NEWS for the SOS to tell the people of MN that Hillary won the election in MN when he simply does not know, nor could he know.”

Voter fraud is concentrated among same-day registrants, and nearly all illegal ballots are cast for Democrats. Hillary Clinton reportedly won Minnesota by around 45,000 votes. This means that if 10% of those who same-day registered also voted illegally (non-citizens, convicted felons, already voted in another state, etc.), Donald Trump probably carried the state. But the result can’t be changed because Minnesota doesn’t have provisional voting. The votes of the 500,000 to 600,000 people who registered on election day have been counted.

Whether Trump carried Minnesota or not, an investigation is certainly necessary.

There are loopholes that can and more than likely have been exploited.