Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reportedly stole New Hampshire in the 2016 Election by a sliver (2,736 votes) from her Republican rival, Donald Trump – with the help of rampant voter fraud.
Clinton is under greater scrutiny after fellow Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) beat her conservative rival incumbent Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) by an even smaller margin (1,017 votes), with approximately 5,000 votes currently being under investigation for being cast by non-New Hampshire residents.
The voter registration process in the Granite State is viewed as problematic by New Hampshire Speaker of the House Shawn Jasper, who says that with his state’s same-day registration – along with the fact that new residents are allowed two months to get state license – an overwhelming majority of those who registered to vote on Election day have still not officially done so yet, according to Townhall.
White House Policy Adviser Stephen Miller and other Republicans have contended since Election Day that a considerable number of nonresident Democrats – primarily from Massachusetts – traveled to New Hampshire in order to vote illegally and tip the scale to give Clinton the win over Trump.
“Having worked before on a campaign in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics,” Miller told ABC News back in February. “It’s very real. It’s very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence.”
Jasper found many statistics that simply do not stack up well for the integrity of New Hampshire’s voting system.
“6,540 people registered and voted on Nov. 8, based on presenting out-of-state licenses, [but] as of Aug. 30, about 15 percent (1,014 of the voters) had been issued New Hampshire driver’s licenses,” The Washington Times reported. “Οf the remaining 5,526, barely more than 200 (3.3 percent) had registered a motor vehicle in New Hampshire.”
This leads to a major problem … because state law permits drivers to take up to 60 days to establish a residence in New Hampshire after obtaining a license.
“But more than 80 percent of voters who registered on Nov. 8 using out-of-state driver’s licenses – or 5,313 of them – neither had a state license, nor registered a motor vehicle almost 10 months later,” the Times’ Rowan Scarborough noted. “Double voting is illegal, and 196 people are being investigated for casting ballots in New Hampshire and in other states.”
Democratic process begging to be abused
Investigating voter fraud within New Hampshire, Public Interest Legal Foundation Spokesman Logan Churchwell corroborates the fact that the northeastern state opens the door for people to vote who are not New Hampshire residents.
“We’ve known for months that more voters cast ballots without any proof of actually living in New Hampshire than the differentials for either federal contest there in 2016,” Churchwell insisted, according to the Times. “Now it looks like they were back in Boston in time to watch the election returns that evening. The Left-wing groups suing to block new proof-of-residence laws for same-day voter registration are really proving what drives them to the courthouse.”
When the conservative investigative group Project Veritas planted hidden cameras to record what went on during New Hampshire’s 2016 primary, it discovered some disturbing information.
“Poll workers told Veritas operatives that they did not need to live in the state to vote, that they could use a Massachusetts driver’s license and that they could fill out a form if they had no ID,” Scarborough recounted.
One official administering the New Hampshire voting process recognized the system’s failure to authenticate ballots.
“If you’re here today, you can vote and be gone,” a poll official in the Granite State explained to Veritas, according to the Times.
Dem denial in NH
In response to the findings, key Democrats – such as Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley – discount and reject the new data, insisting that Jasper and the White House are using “selective data and misinformation” to fabricate voter fraud claims.
“[Jasper] selectively requested information about voters who registered with out-of-state licenses – an entirely legal and normal practice,” Buckley contended, according to WMUR 9.” They can easily be accounted for by college students and other new Granite Staters who deferred acquiring an in-state license – or don't intend to drive in the state.”
This sentiment that facts were manipulated to keep Democrats from voting – and to make progressives look bad – was also reciprocated by State Senate Democratic Leader Jeff Woodburn.
“Using cherry-picked data in order to support a false claim is dangerous and irresponsible,” Woodburn insisted, according to Fox News. “Today’s release of information by Speaker Jasper’s office fans the flames of misinformation in order to further suppress our citizens’ right to vote.”
These contentions were challenged by Jasper, who stressed the wide scope of voter fraud that is blatantly evident across New Hampshire.
“College students are eligible to vote if they declare domicile here, but anybody who does that then has to comply with the laws of the state,” Jasper explained, according to WMUR9. “If someone is domiciled in New Hampshire – and has a vehicle – then within 60 days, they need to obtain a driver’s license. I think we will find that within that 5,000, there will be many who did not comply with the law.”
Both state agencies that provided Jasper with the statistics exposing voter fraud divulged an account of why numerous people in New Hampshire could vote without possessing in-state driver licenses – or without registering their vehicles up to 10 months following last November’s election.
“It is likely that some unknown number of these individuals moved out of New Hampshire, it is possible that a few may have never driven in New Hampshire or have ceased driving, however, it is expected that an unknown number of the remainder continue to live and drive in New Hampshire,” Safety Commissioner John Barthelmes and Secretary of State Bill Gardner wrote, according to Fox News. “If they have established their residence in New Hampshire, they may have failed to obtain a New Hampshire driver’s license.”