Illegals Voted In Ohio

Illegals Voted In Ohio – Dozens of Investigations Follow

Illegals Voted In Ohio! FOX 8 I TEAM has uncovered a push for criminal charges as part of a crackdown on unlawful voting. And the situation might be greater than anyone might think.  In January, Trump expressed his belief that the epidemic of illegal aliens voting cost him the  popular vote. He was excoriated by the left for making “outlandish claims” but it seems as though he might be right:

From FOX 8 I Team:

We have earned several local cases now have been sent to a prosecutor for review, and dozens of others have been under investigation statewide for people voting even though they’re not U.S. citizens.

Since the last election, there’s been so much talk nationwide about illegal voting, the Ohio Secretary of State did a review. That office found in Ohio, 385 people who are not citizens registered to vote.

Eighty two of those people actually voted in at least one election. Those cases were then turned over to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for criminal investigation.

Now the I TEAM has found the first of those investigations has been turned over to Cuyahoga County prosecutors to be reviewed for criminal charges. One involves a man from the western suburbs who’s been registered since 2007, and he has voted. The I TEAM went to see him, and a woman at the door refused to answer questions.

Voters we met on the street reacted by pointing out, the numbers don’t seem high enough to swing elections, but the investigations are important since voting is such a “fundamental right” for Americans and that there is now proof that Illegals Voted In Ohio.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office says the investigations statewide are in various stages. They can result in low level felony charges or lesser misdemeanors charges for the Illegals Voted In Ohio. A key question in the voter cases revolves around “intent.”


Ed Klein: Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Joined Jill Stein’s Recount Effort to Raise Her Spirits

Ed Klein with the interesting tidbits of information about Hillary Clinton post-Election Day loss to Donald Trump:

Part of the answer is that people close to Hillary—Huma Abedin, Chelsea Clinton, and Sidney Blumenthal—encouraged her to ask for a recount as a way of lifting her spirits.

“She is weepy, looks ten years older and is very whiny,” said one of Hillary’s closest friends. “She has been drinking wine pretty heavily, much more than usual. She mopes around all day, swimming in a sea of recriminations and complaining that her campaign managers were ‘incompetent,’ Bill and Chelsea ‘didn’t work hard enough,’ FBI Director Comey was ‘in league with Trump.’”

In addition, President Obama convinced Hillary that it was in the best interest of the Democratic Party if the Clinton legal team got involved with the recount and didn’t leave it to Jill Stein.



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Clinton Foundation admits it didn’t notify State Department of $1 million Qatar gift

The Clinton Foundation has said it accepted a $1 million gift from the Qatari government without notifying the State Department that it had done so, an apparent violation of an ethics agreement Hillary Clinton signed when she became Secretary of State in 2009.

Under the terms of the agreement, Clinton promised the foundation would notify the State Department’s ethics official if a new foreign government wished to donate or if a current foreign donor wished to “increase materially” its contributions.


Qatari officials pledged the money in 2011 to mark former President Bill Clinton’s 65th birthday. The following April, Amitabh Desai, the Clinton Foundation’s foreign policy director, emailed several of his colleagues to say that the Qataris wanted to meet Bill Clinton “‘for five minutes’ in NYC to present [the] check.” Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state until Feb. 1, 2013.

When contacted by Reuters, which first reported on the deal’s ethical ramifications, Clinton Foundation spokesman Brian Cookstra said the $1 million gift did not constitute a “material increase” in the Middle Eastern nation’s contributions.


Reuters, citing the foundation’s own website, reported that Qatar’s own government has directly given a total of between $1 million and $5 million over the years.

The State Department told the news agency it had no record of the Qatar donation and said it was up to the foundation to submit it for review.

The number of foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation has opened the Democratic nominee up to conflict-of-interest accusations and raises the possibility that donors gave money with the expectation of receiving political favors in return.

Republican nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly called for Clinton to return donations from countries like Qatar, which has a questionable human rights record.

Last year, the Foundation admitted that no complete list of donors to its health program, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, had been published since 2010, despite promises from Clinton two years earlier that such a list would be produced annually.

The email from Desai was part of a trove of hacked messages from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s account that were published by Wikileaks last month.

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BREAKING: Wikileaks reveals John Podesta connected to Satanic “spirit cooking” rituals

Buckle up, gang. Social media will gross you out today.

The top trending topic on Twitter on Friday stems from a WikiLeaks tweet about Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman and bodily fluids. Are you still reading this?

Social Cues is our guide on what people are talking about on Facebook and Twitter. Here’s what is trending on social media this Friday:

#SpiritCooking: Um… what? The top trend on Twitter on Friday morning relates to an alleged email released by WikiLeaks. The alleged email to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta mentions a spirit cooking dinner. WikiLeaks tweeted that this involves “blood, sperm and breastmilk.” Spirit cooking refers to performance artist Marina Abramovic’s “cookbook” of recipes to cook up thoughts — not meals. However, some on Twitter are taking it to the extreme and accusing the former secretary of state of devil worship. “This is not the first or last time that WikiLeaks has tweeted propaganda while doing Putin’s bidding,” a Clinton campaign representative wrote in an email. CNET cannot independently verify the information in the alleged email, and it is be entirely possible that someone altered the email before it was publicly released.

Hamilton Mixtape: If you need eye bleach after reading about spirit cooking, take a listen to preview tracks from the “Hamilton” mixtape. Fans of the hit Broadway musical were celebrating on Twitter after “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda announced he is releasing a mixtape based on the show’s songs. Singer Kelly Clarkson’s rendition of “It’s Quiet Uptown” is already a stand-out hit.

A Series of Unfortunate Events: This trending topic is not about the US presidential election. Netflix dropped a new teaser for its exclusive series on Thursday night, with Neil Patrick Harris as the villainous Count Olaf. Facebook users are not thrilled with the casting, arguing that the actor isn’t dark or brooding enough to play the creepy count.



HOLD YOUR HORSES: Clinton Insider Says “Biggest Scandal in US History” About to Break

Jerome Corsi, an investigative reporter for WND who has reported extensively on the email scandal that has plagued Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, just predicted the biggest scandal in U.S. history was about to break.

Corsi, author of “Partners in Crime,” said he knew something was askew when he first realized in August that top Clinton aide Huma Abedin forwarded work-related emails to her private Yahoo email account, which was completely insecure.

He also said Clinton was doing the same thing.

“Hillary was sending emails from to Huma Abedin at They were both involved, and they completely compromised the State Department security, because anybody that had the password or username could read, in unredacted form, all these emails in real time,” he said.

Corsi said there should be no doubt as to the criminality of Abedin and Clinton forwarding emails onto Abedin’s Yahoo account.

“That’s obviously a major felony in violation of federal security laws for handling classified information,” he said. “You can’t do that.”

He went to explain that the rules for handling classified materials are that they must be handled through secured channels.

“Clearly, sending these emails to — and we know some of them had classified material because they’ve been marked classified — is a violation of the law, and it doesn’t require intent,” he added.

Corsi believed the scandal was about to explode because he believed Clinton and Abedin moved all those emails to prepare for a pay-to-play scheme.

Corsi referenced an email that surfaced after WikiLeaks released emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s email account. In that email, Podesta suggested to former Clinton State Department Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills that someone should get rid of all unidentified emails.

“This is a crime scheme that stinks,” Corsi said. “I think this is going to be the biggest scandal in U.S. history, and it’s just about to break.”

It’s hard to disagree with him at this point. The amount of recent evidence that appears to suggest that Clinton lied about, well, almost everything concerning her private email server, is bad.

Also working against Clinton in this recent discovery is her shady pay-to-play scheme, in which the former secretary of state sold access to government favors for donations to the Clinton Foundation.

It’s frightening to think what this woman would sell or compromise as president.

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