Election Fraud CONFIRMED In Stunning Report - Over 30,000...

October 12, 2022

It should be noted that the people responsible are claiming it was an "accident."

About 30,000 non-American citizens recently received voting registration postcards in Colorado.

At the worst, this is 30,000 people being brought to the polls that don't have the right to vote. At the best, this was a mistake that cost at least $15,000 in postage alone to make.

Either way, the people of Colorado aren't happy.

Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold's office said that the postcards were "mistakenly mailed" on September 27. The error apparently came because the list was pulled from a list of diver's licenses in Colorado, not a list of eligible voters.

At 30,000 non-citizens have a Colorado's driver's license, this means.

Griswold's office said that none of the people who received the letter in error have tried to register yet.

If they do attempt to register, they will not be allowed, according to Griswold's team.

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