News Station Catches 100 Non-Citizens Voting in Florida (VIDEO)

According to the political party that benefits most from voter fraud, it’s not a problem. It’s an excuse for racist harassment.

And if you don’t believe Barack Obama, Eric Holder and the three hundred pound Asian man voting in three states as Barack Obama, take a look at these non-citizens who don’t feel like voting for jury duty, but do feel like voting for free stuff.

One Naples voter admitted she was an illegal alien – but election records show she voted six times in the past eleven years.

Investigators found the voter after examining “jury excusal” forms where a person said they couldn’t serve because they were not U.S. Citizens. They took those names and found dozens of those people in the database of Florida registered voters.

Since investigators only checked a very small sample of jury forms, one can only imagine how many thousands, or tens of thousands of illegals statewide who may have voted since the Motor Voter law was passed in 1993. Non-citizen voting is a Federal felony:

The investigation revealed county supervisors of elections have no way to verify citizenship and are not required to ask for proof.

Sure. You wouldn’t want to deter illegal Democratic Dreamers from voting for free stuff.

  • A Z

    News station is going to have its’ license threatened by Democrat goons.

  • A Z

    Just about any one who has gone to a community college and taken an entry level course in SQL (Subject Query Language) could take the voter registration database and the the court records database and find every illegal voter.

    That it is not done means that the Democrat Party wants fraud and needs fraud to exists as it does.

  • truebearing

    Jury duty? That’s no fun, and you don’t get any free stuff for doing that. Civic responsibility? Not from illegal aliens. They don’t care too much about things involving duty. Take a look at the dysfunctional dumps they came from. No, these are people who want a better life at someone else’s expense, whether their effort or money.

    It’s no surprise then that illegal, no information voters are what the Commucrats seek. I fully expect that someday we will learn that the least productive and farthest Left of Mexico’s population was recruited by leftists in Mexico, who were paid in US tax dollars by Obama, to come here and shift the power permanently to the Left. None of this is an accident.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Where’s the voter ID cards? Oh, that’s right.

    • 23cowboy

      How about just valid id’s, oh right the Obamaites say its illegal to id anyone as they might be illegal and unable to obtain an id, unless they stole it.

  • Hass

    That’s exactly what the Dems wanted all along, the more non citizens that vote for them the merrier.

  • Steeloak

    Well, just because they registered to vote and voted doesn’t mean that it was actually that person that did it. The way the scam works, it could just as easily been some homeless guys from the shelter that were handed these people’s identities and bussed to a poll.

    • A Z


      Either way if the issue is pressed to conclusion, we win.

      We find evidence of the amount of voter fraud if not the actual culprits. Once we can measure the a significant amount of fraud say 5% or 10% (or even 3%), the public will be outraged if only for a while.

      Many races are tight and 1% or 3% makes a difference.

  • Peter gelezius

    Now those folks say it ain’t happening and who would cast doubt on their veracity? This article is doubtless mistaken

  • Bradfromearth

    I am FOR voter ID laws, however I question the veracity of this. There is not enough detail on the information, how it was gathered, how many people were interviewed and so on. For starters only crazy or stupid people end up in the jury pool. So it would be easy to just say your not a US citizen. Second a true Illegal would be scared to death to put that on a form that was going back to the government.

    I am certain that there are people voting that are not qualified and I also think that it could change the outcomes of elections. So again I am all for Voter ID laws. This story however is heavy oh hype and short on cold hard facts.