Lawsuit Claims More Than 2500 Dead People Are Registered to Vote in Detroit

Sunday, December 15, 2019
By Paul Martin

Dean Garrison
December 15, 2019

Ever notice how dead people always tend to vote Democrat?

Democrats seem more in tune with the needs of the deceased.

From Detroit Free Press:

A public interest group has sued the city of Detroit in federal court, claiming it has thousands of dead people on its voter lists and even more duplicate names of registered voters — problems the group fears could lead to voter fraud in the upcoming presidential election.

The lawsuit, however, does not claim that someone living ever actually tried to vote as a deceased voter in Detroit. Nor does it allege that any voter fraud has actually occurred in Detroit, a majority-black Democratic stronghold that played pivotal roles in the last two elections, one way or another, and is expected to do so again in 2020.

The lawsuit cites the 2016 election, but it raises no issues of actual fraud. Rather, it claims that the city isn’t properly cleaning its voter registration records, as required by law, but instead allows the rolls to be replete with typos, dead people, duplicate registrations and mistakes about gender and birth: One Detroit voter is listed as being born in 1823 —14 years before Michigan was annexed into the Union.

The lawsuit was filed by the Indianapolis-based Public Interest Legal Foundation, which calls itself a nonpartisan group but is known for championing conservative causes, filing voter-fraud lawsuits and promoting purges that critics say would remove eligible voters from the rolls. In 2017, the group published a report called “Alien Invasion,” claiming 5,000-plus noncitizens were registered to vote in Virginia, and that about 1,800 of them had cast ballots at some point. Virginia election officials, voters and academic experts disputed the findings.

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