Gregg Phillips Of VoteStand: 3 Million Illegal Immigrants Voted. Trump’s Final Popular Vote Count Better Than 2016 Predictions
Did 3 million illegal immigrants vote in the 2016 election as Gregg Phillips of VoteStand claims? The stunning allegation was made earlier this week and has begun to go viral all over Facebook and Twitter. Republicans and conservatives have jumped on the claim and started to allege it is possible that Donald Trump’s popular vote count may be higher than Hillary Clinton’s votes assuming the alleged votes by undocumented illegal aliens were filtered out.
The drama over 3 million illegal aliens voting started on November 10 when Philips tweeted out that VoteStand’s “best estimates suggest more than 2 million illegals voted on Tuesday. Mechanisms must be deployed to stop illegals from voting.” Within several days, Phillips claimed that their system had “verified more than three million votes cast by non-citizens. We are joining True The Vote to initiate legal action…. We are preparing a lawsuit to be filed in federal court.”
He also began “asking Americans to submit video affidavits and join us in massive suit against the government over non-citizen voting.” It was stated they “will open the door to everyone who wants to join the suit” and the two organizations plan on using lawyers that specialize in Constitutional laws and election law.