Jake Tapper: Illegal Aliens Don’t Vote. “It Is Not True” For Trump To Say They Do

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For Tapper to claim that “it’s not true,” he would have to either be psychic or able to prove that a sufficient investigation was done. Evidence that doesn’t exist and evidence that hasn’t been discovered yet because no one has looked for it are two different things entirely. And it would not require a massive conspiracy involving public officials as Tapper claims. All it requires is the millions of social security numbers that have been stolen by illegals for ID’s to get jobs. Add the illegal voters in states that don’t require ID to vote, and the 3-5 million number is entirely plausible and reasonable.

TAPPER: “Welcome to ‘The Lead.’ President Trump is claiming and the White House is reaffirming, the fiction that millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election. Empirically a stunning allegation for which the White House is providing no evidence. And there is a reason they are providing no evidence. There is no evidence. It is not true. Moments ago White House press secretary Sean spicer acknowledged that the President believes 3 to 5 million votes were illegally cast in November. It was interesting what Mr. Spicer did not say. He he did not say that he shared the belief, even after he was asked. Now, why would that be? Perhaps because there is zero evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election.”