Virginia Gov. Pardons 60,000 Felons, Enough To Swing Election

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe primary role seem to be getting Hillary elected, no concern for Virginia.  Who cares what the judge said.  Selling the office of Gov. by offering a pardon in exchange for a vote.  Unseemly slice of Democrats.

McAuliffe gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an FBI official who later helped oversee the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s email use.

He is also stonewalling an investigation that could uncover even larger election fraud problems in Virginia, a swing state.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has granted voting rights to as many as 60,000 convicted felons just in time for them to register to vote, nearly five times more than previously reported and enough to win the state for his long-time friend, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

McAuliffe sought to allow all of Virginia’s estimated 200,000 felons to vote, but state courts said each individual felon’s circumstances must be weighed. To get around that, McAuliffe used a mechanical autopen to rapidly sign thousands of letters, as if he had personally reviewed them, even as his office was saying the total was 13,000.

Now, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned that McAuliffe — who managed Clinton’s unsuccessful 2008 presidential campaign — churned out five times as many letters before the registration deadline than publicly claimed. DailyCaller

 

Clinton Ally PAC Donated Nearly Half A Million Dollars To Campaign of FBI Official’s Wife

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Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Hillary Clinton

Conflict of Interest?

The political organization of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, an influential Democrat with longstanding ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an official at the Federal Bureau of Investigation who later helped oversee the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s email use.

Campaign finance records show Mr. McAuliffe’s political-action committee donated $467,500 to the 2015 state Senate campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe, who is married to Andrew McCabe, now the deputy director of the FBI.

The Virginia Democratic Party, over which Mr. McAuliffe exerts considerable control, donated an additional $207,788 worth of support to Dr. McCabe’s campaign in the form of mailers, according to the records. That adds up to slightly more than $675,000 to her candidacy from entities either directly under Mr. McAuliffe’s control or strongly influenced by him. The figure represents more than a third of all the campaign funds Dr. McCabe raised in the effort.

Mr. McAuliffe and other state party leaders recruited Dr. McCabe to run, according to party officials. She lost the election to incumbent Republican Dick Black. WSJ

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is also under federal investigation for campaign contributions from a Chinese businessman.

Over 1,000 Illegal Voters In Eight Virginia Localities

voterVirginia Voters Alliance looked at only 8 of 125 localities, the problem is much worse.  1,046 Virginia align and non-citizen voters may just be the tip of the iceberg. Voter ID laws would catch almost all of these illegal voters.

More than 1,000 non-citizens in eight Virginia localities have voted in recent elections in the key swing state and the Democrat governor is reportedly stonewalling an investigation that could uncover an even larger election fraud problem. worldtribune

“Before his appointment by Democratic Gov. Terence McAuliffe, Cortés [commissioner of the commonwealth’s department of elections] was a left-wing operative of Virginia Voting Rights Restoration Campaign, within the left-wing Advancement Project. The project was funded and supported by George Soros, through his Tides Foundation and Open Society Foundations. BreitBart

In Virginia, no proof of citizenship is required when voters register.

The disclosure is a major problem for Virginia and the nation. One thousand votes or so is enough to swing a close election in the state. In 2013, the Democratic candidate for attorney general won by fewer than 1,000 votes.

It’s also not inconceivable that a presidential race could come down to 1,000 votes or less, as happened in Florida in 2000. Like Florida, Virginia is considered a swing state.

The Virginia Voters Alliance looked into the issue first with Alexandria, Virginia. The alliance noticed that the Northern Virginia city had more people registered to vote than eligible voters who lived there.

The alliance found 70 non-citizens had registered. The non-citizens had been purged from the voter rolls — but in some cases, had voted in the interim.

Adams said the watchdog group moved the investigation wider and soon met resistance. Adams said Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat and an old friend of Hillary Clinton, told a key staffer to advise officials in other Virginia localities to ignore Adams’ requests for information.

The problem of non-citizens is likely worse than what the alliance found in eight Virginia localities.

“The problem is most certainly exponentially worse because we have no data regarding aliens on the registration rolls for the other 125 Virginia localities,” the report reads. “Even in this small sample, when the voting history of this small sample of alien registrants is examined, nearly 200 verified ballots were cast before they were removed from the rolls. Each one of them is likely a felony.” Polizette

Virginia Voters Alliance report