The crooked Hillary Clinton has had a track record of engaging in corrupt and fraudulent vices to get hold of power, she has always been willing to go right to the edge to manipulate events to her own selfish gain. However, her past is all over the place haunting her. This time the U.S. Department of Justice has unveiled a lawsuit alleging that election fraud took place to ensure that the crooked Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders in the primaries.
In an unfortunate incident, over 100,000 voters in Brooklyn were eliminated from the voter rolls ahead of the Democratic primary, this enabled her to gain victory in New York.
In a report issued by Russia-insider.com, more than 100,000 voters were mistakenly purged from the Brooklyn voter rolls ahead of the New York Primary, this handed Hillary Clinton the victory she needed to win over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. This costed the Chief clerk of the New York Board of Elections to be suspended without pay as an internal investigation was pending on the administration of the voter rolls in the Borough of Brooklyn.
A statement that was released by anonymous city elections officials pointed out that Haslett-Rudiano was in charge of the city’s Republican voter rolls, had been scapegoated. An anonymous Democratic elected official from Brooklyn told the post that they cut a deal to make the Republican the scapegoat and protect Betty Ann who was in charge of the Democratic voter rolls.
The New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, who was a Clinton supporter, made a statement during the day of the primary in which he said that he had heard reports of the purging of entire buildings and blocks of voters from the voting lists. Adding that the disenfranchisement of numerous voters undermined the integrity of the entire electoral process.
The U.S. Justice Department has decided to join in on a lawsuit accusing the city Board of Elections of breaking the law when it purged almost 120,000 voters in Brooklyn from the rolls ahead of the April 2016 primaries. However, the DOJ filed a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit brought last year by the good-government group Common Cause. The feds accuse the BOE of repeated violations of portions of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.