Survey finds 2 million non-citizens illegally registered to vote

8179175517_59499213ce_zA 2013 survey of Hispanics in America found that of the 56% who were here illegally, 13% said they were registered to vote.  If that percentage holds today, that would mean that as many as to 2 million Hispanic non-citizens are on the voting rolls.

The survey did not ask how many actually voted, though for non-citizens registering itself is illegal.  The findings are a mathematical extrapolation, though this is common in this kind of research.

These findings would support the findings of a much-disputed Old Dominion study that concluded that over a million non-citizens voted illegally in the last election.  It also gives credence to President Trump’s claim of widespread voter fraud.

The numbers are significant, though not enough to give Trump the popular vote.  But they refute the claim constantly being made by Democrats, the media, and fact-checkers that there is “no” evidence of illegal voting. [Read more…]

IRS allows fake social security numbers for illegal immigrants

Fake social security numbers are against the law, but the IRS tolerates them when used for employment purposes.   This is true even when the Social Security administration notifies them about the fraud.  This is so that the U.S. government can tax the earnings of illegal immigrants.

When called on this breach of the law, IRS officials say, “no harm, no foul.”  Isn’t it better, they say, that illegal immigrants have to pay taxes, rather than that they earn their wages tax free?

Well, if they couldn’t get on payrolls because they didn’t have a genuine social security number, they wouldn’t be getting jobs, so they would have no incentive to be entering the country illegally!  This sounds like an obvious area for enforcement, if the government were interested in any kind of enforcement.   [Read more…]