Well, this sure is interesting:
Over 6,000 voters in New Hampshire had used same-day voter registration procedures to register and vote simultaneously for president. The current New Hampshire speaker of the House, Shawn Jasper, sought and obtained data about what happened to these 6,000 “new” New Hampshire voters who showed up on Election Day. It seems the overwhelming majority of them can no longer be found in New Hampshire.
That was enough to give Hillary Clinton the state. She didn’t win, obviously, but the margin could have given the Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate the victory, as Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach points out. (Imagine, too, if a similar report were to come out showing that fraud could have given President Trump Wisconsin.)
If you’ve been paying attention, J. Christian Adams’s PJ Media article quoted above fits perfectly with the early-2016 sting by video journalist James O’Keefe. Note, in particular Chuck Ross’s description of O’Keefe’s video for the Daily Caller:
“Like, I think in many ways New Hampshire is incredibly proud of their first in the nation primary, and for that reason they make all of these really lax laws, surrounding voting, so people can, like, take advantage of it,” Waterman tells a PVA journalist.
“Why doesn’t just every volunteer, like, ever in the office, just…,” the journalist begins to ask.
“I think they all have honestly,” says Waterman. “And like, all of our paid canvassers have done it. It’s very, very easy.”
“It almost seems like…it’s better to have people from out of state. Because they can do that and it’s like more votes,” the journalist says.
The poll workers whom O’Keefe filmed talk about using other people’s addresses, even the office building in which they were talking. That starts to sound like the alarm that Ken Block has been sounding in recent months, here in Rhode Island.
It’s scandalous that Rhode Island politicians, including the Secretary of State, get away with brushing these concerns aside.