MASSIVE CORRUPTION: Indiana Voter Fraud Investigation Expanded to 57 Counties

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Democrats and people in media scoffed over the summer when Trump suggested that the election could be rigged. You know why? Because they don’t want people to believe that our election process could be so damaged and corrupt.

Yet what started as a police raid on one Democrat controlled voter registration group in Indiana has now expanded to 57 of the state’s counties.

The Associated Press reports:

Indiana State Police expand vote fraud probe to 57 counties

Indiana State Police said on Thursday that they have expanded an investigation of possible voter registration fraud to 57 of the state’s 92 counties.

The investigation expanded from nine counties state police said they were investigating on Tuesday. Capt. Dave Bursten, state police spokesman, provided no details on the reason for the expansion.

The announcement came about an hour after Patriot Majority USA, a group that runs the Indiana Voter Registration Project that is under investigation in the nine counties named Tuesday, said it asked the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division to look into whether the investigation is an attempt to suppress black votes.

Bursten denied any attempt to suppress votes, saying the investigation has followed proper procedures. It has looked into whether fraudulent names or addresses were used in registering voters.

State police said while they normally don’t provide updates on an active investigation, it released information on this case because the deadline for Indiana voters to register or update their voter registration information is Tuesday.

State police are recommending all Indiana voters check the accuracy of their voter information by visiting the website: , especially those voters living in the counties under investigation. State police say they don’t know how many voters may be affected.

Don’t listen when Democrats and the media laugh about voter fraud.

The left is actively trying to steal this election.

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