Stephen Miller is a senior advisor and policy director in the Trump White House, and he is quickly proving to be the most effective mouthpiece for administration policy. (Miller also took on critics of Trump’s deportation policy this weekend by explaining that the administration had only deported illegals who had been charged and convicted of other crimes. Miller further argued that this was simply smart policy because it was actively and obviously protecting American lives.)
On Sunday Miller made an appearance on ABC’s This Week with former Clinton spokesman and current “journalist” George Stephanopoulos. Almost immediately Stephanopoulos took Miller and the White House to task for not providing any evidence of the massive “voter fraud” they say is happening. However, Miller was prepared and responded matter-of-factly that the administration had indeed provided copious amounts of evidence — it was just that the media refused to believe the facts.
“I actually, having worked on a campaign before in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone working in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence. I can tell you this — voter fraud is a serious problem in the country. You have millions of people who are registered in two states, who are dead who are registered to vote. You have 14 percent of noncitizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, an astonishing statistic.”
Miller continued, “The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state. Dead people voting, non-citizens being registered to vote. George, it is a fact and you will not deny it that are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote.”
The media can keep pretending that there is “no evidence” that voter fraud is rampant in the United States, but the plain truth is that there have been enough studies done and reports written to know that this is just not true. The most conservative of estimates say that there have been hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes cast in recent elections, but some researchers believe the numbers could be in the millions!
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