One has to scrape the anti-Trump, junk journalism off the surface of national news to get to the real story these days. The President has been relentlessly attacked in the media for suggesting mass voter fraud, especially in California, but it’s beginning to look like Trump has it right and the media just keeps regurgitating Russia collision delusions, according to a report published yesterday in ZeroHedge. Public documents obtained by Judicial Watch and The Election Integrity Project of California, Inc. (TEIPC) reveal that voter registration records show 144% more registered voters than the Citizen Voting Age Population as calculated by the U.S.

Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey.

Lawsuit may require reconciliation by state

The two groups have sent a letter to California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, demanding that his office reconcile the massive discrepancy in California’s voter registration or face a lawsuit that would force the state to come clean. While mainstream media outlets still upset by Hillary Clinton’s loss have reserved unlimited white space and air time to pepper Americans with political posits of Russia collusion, most devote precious little time to vital national concerns like voter fraud. Generally, mainstream media casts any investigation of California’s mathematically-challenged voter registration as voter suppression.

However, with 11 of the state’s counties now showing 44 percent more voters than population (of eligible voters) according to the U.S. Census population count, California, a state controlled by Democrats, is having a difficult time explaining the overage. Nevertheless, the difference between U.S. Census and California’s voter registration numbers is so significant that a federal lawsuit may authorize an investigation to determine how much of the overage is actually fraud.

Eleven large counties in question

In its request, TEIP and Judicial Watch informed Padilla that juxtaposing the 2011-2015 U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey with currently active and inactive voter registration records in the state revealed that there were more total registered voters than persons of legal voting age living in each of the following eleven (11) counties: Imperial (102%), Lassen (102%), Los Angeles (112%), Monterey (104%), San Diego (138%), San Francisco (114%), San Mateo (111%), Santa Cruz (109%), Solano (111%), Stanislaus (102%), and Yolo (110%).

Lack of reporting exposes media bias

Should Padilla ignore the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) Section 8 notice of Violation letter, TEIPC, and Judicial Watch plan to sue for federal relief in the matter while the letter exposing a huge surplus of voters in California verses the state’s U.S. Census population report tends to support the Trump administration’s claims of massive voter fraud being perpetrated in California, a federal lawsuit would publicly confirm the president’s suspicions. On the other hand, the press should be happy to report on the matter since an investigation might support the Democrats’ position that its own lack of reporting would seem to support -- which is that everything electoral is hunky-dory in the sanctuary-wannabe state of 39 million people.