Judicial Watch attorneys have found over 1.8 million ghost voters in 29 states – the number of voter registrations is several counties in swing states exceeds 100% of the eligible voters.
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch reports the number of voter registrations in several counties in some swing states exceeds one hundred percent of the eligible voters in those counties. What Americans? John Hines has more from Washington.
What seems to be going on with these ghost voters that Judicial Watch has discovered, sir?
So we looked at thirty seven states and we found that twenty-nine of those thirty-seven had counties with one hundred percent higher voter registration than citizen voting-age population. And so that we total three hundred and fifty-three counties in those twenty-nine states exceeded one hundred percent voter registration.
Is it fair to say, Mr. Norville, that you feel that people should not be voting? Is that.
Well, even more precisely, they shouldn’t be on the registration list too. Yes, they shouldn’t even have the chance to get a ballot, to be honest with you. And they should.
We’ve been supervised, in other words. Yes. Yes. We definitely want to limit the voting of the registration of the deceased and of course, people that no longer live in the state. We’ve gotten reports from people that have moved to Washington, D.C., and other states that are still getting vote by mail ballots from California. And that’s sort of the new universe we’re living with now. Post covid is there’s been a big push to rewrite all the election law.
What potential impact would this have, say, in a presidential election, do you suppose? Well, I mean, it certainly gives you a universe of votes that you need to look at and realize, you know, did these people vote? I mean, it’s sort of a litmus test to sort of do a sample of voting or voters to look at this person that’s on the Social Security death index that he or she receives a ballot. There are two sources of the data that we often look at, and that’s a national change of address database that the Postal Service compiles and the Social Security death index.
And that’ll tell you largely on a rolling basis who’s passed away. And so that will give the litigants, the litigators that are bringing these cases on behalf of the campaign, a universe of voters to look at and say objectively, did this person receive a ballot? And if so, how did he get cast or who cast it? And did it get returned and counted? Of course, you know, unfortunately, once it gets counted in the universe of votes and so you can’t really pull it out.
And so that’s sort of one thing they would be looking at.
And you found Judicial Watch found that there were approximately how many ghost voters in the country after running in twenty-nine states.
If you look at the three hundred and fifty-three counties that we identified with one hundred percent plus registration, we found one point eight million. Adding all those up together.
Since you have found Judicial Watch has found someone 1.8 million ghost voters in twenty-nine states, what sort of problems could pose in a presidential election? And is the president perhaps within his rights or on this basis well-advised to be questioning the results and some of these swing states to suppose?
Yeah, I mean, first, with respect to the president’s right. I mean, the Constitution contemplates this federal law. Contemplate this. You know, everyone would like to not have election issues, but I mean, the president is perfectly within his right. And honestly, it’s public service to get to the bottom of this, because if Biden the winner and he seems to be well ahead in the popular vote if he is indeed declared the winner, the people need to know that he had a legitimate election.
But if not, we need to find out and we need to make sure this doesn’t happen again. That’s the bigger problem is, you know, is this going to happen every two years or four years with respect to what is sort of the practical problem of having so many voters on the list? It sort of, for lack of a better phrase, is the ammunition you need to conduct an illicit voting operation. And I’m not saying I’ve confirmed it has happened, but unless someone’s registered it, it’s hard for them to get a vote now.
I mean, there’s other, I guess, schemes that have been alleged that I haven’t really tracked down. But, you know, you can’t request an absentee if you’re not registered. You can’t request an absentee for somebody that you’re going to vote for them unless they’re registered.
Russell Newbill, who is a trial attorney with Judicial Watch, thank you for talking to us on what America is, sir.
Yes. Thank you for having me.