Apparently, the state of Rhode Island had 150,000 people incorrectly placed on their voter rolls and nobody noticed.
During the November election, the state had a total of 781,770 registered voters. That’s even after Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea purged the rolls of almost 65,000 names. Then she declared another 30,000 voters as “inactive.”
Still, there were 150,000 more names of “fake” voters.
Fraud? Of course not, Gorbea says (oh … she’s a Democrat). It’s “really just inaccuracies.”
And golly … it’s great they found out about this after the November election, isn’t it? Convenient too, since Hillary Clinton won the state by just 70,000 votes – or less than half of the “fake” voters.
The Providence Journal provided plenty of excuses for the not fraud: