Brief History of Voter Election Fraud in the United States
The United States has a long and proud history of voter election fraud.
Many believe that President Franklin D. Roosevelt was poisoned, making then vice-president Harry Truman president. There is good reason to believe that FDR was murdered. And its certain that Truman’s election against Dewey was rigged by buying off the electoral college. General Dwight D. Eisenhower who became president is another interesting story. Prior to WWII, Eisenhower was a low ranking colonel and then almost overnight he became supreme commander of all Allied Forces during WWII. Of course, he went on to become president.
Then there was the election of 1960. There was voter election fraud on the part of John F. Kennedy’s campaign to win. His vice president was Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, who only became U.S. Texas Senator by voter election fraud. Then on November 22, 1963, Johnson and the U.S. Secret Service, as well as many others assassinated President Kennedy, thereby making Lyndon Johnson president. How convenient!
This is where the story gets interesting. Johnson in 1965 started giving the children of illegal immigrants full citizenship, which had never been done before. As far as my research has been able to determine, Johnson gave the children of the undocumented immigrants citizenship without an Executive Order, without an act of Congress and in the absence of a Supreme Court decision. He just did it on his own. This was done while everybody was distracted by the Vietnam War raged. Eighteen years later these same children of the undocumented all got voting rights. Even though they had no right to legal citizenship, much less voting rights.
President Johnson also enacted the “Voting Rights Act”, which made voter election fraud even easier than it previously had been. This was also done while everyone was distracted by the Vietnam War also. In 1968, presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated. It was for certain he would have been elected president. Instead, Richard Nixon won the 1968 presidential election.
But the story does not stop there. On March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot and seriously wounded. He lost six pints of blood. Reagan suffered brain damage from loss of oxygen and never fully regained full mental capacity making Vice President George H.W. Bush a sort of surrogate president. The only other country that has had more political assassinations than the United States is Argentina.
And, of course, the two or three million illegal immigrants who voted in the 2020 POTUS election is a topic for another day. It’s not important though… … …according to the Democrat Party.