ARIZONA – Earlier in July, investigative journalist Lara Logan spoke among a voter integrity panel, where she claimed that illegal immigrants are being handed out Social Security numbers upon entering the country.
While speaking at a voter integrity panel on July 30th, Logan started with the claim regarding illegal immigrants being given Social Security numbers after illegally entering the country, asserting she confirmed the information from Border Patrol agents working along the border.
“You look around you, and you have to remember is that they don’t actually believe in citizenship. And now when people come across the border illegally, I have this confirmed from border patrol agents who are actually physically doing this; they get given a Social Security number. They get assigned a Social Security number when they cross. I’m not sure how many of you are aware of that.”
But Logan said that this alleged practice of Social Security numbers being handed out is merely one cog in the machine that enables the likes of voter fraud in the country. She pointed to how once illegal immigrants get settled into the country. They will eventually be counted in the census – thereby strengthening representation in D.C. for states that welcome illegal aliens.
“And if you really want to know where the cheating starts, it’s long before you get to the polls. Think about it. It starts with the census. It starts with counting illegals in the census. How do you determine how many members of Congress? Population size. So out of California, [they have] all these delegates at the electoral college.”
The investigative journalist further claimed this bloated population size in states that harbor illegal immigrants then gain the opportunity to “pad the voter rolls,” which segues into the eventual instances of voter fraud taking place.
Furthermore, Logan noted that whenever legislators make attempts to close the gaps and vulnerabilities revolving around voter fraud, Democrats employ some of their time-tested “euphemisms” to call such attempts acts of “voter suppression” and the ilk.
“And you don’t just get more money from the federal government for your population. You don’t just get more congressional candidates representing you. What else do you get? You get an opportunity to pad the voter rolls with people who are completely, utterly exploited. And there’s one thing that I’ve learned as an investigative journalist: they love euphemisms. They love euphemisms because it’s all about democracy. If there’s any form of voter security, that’s ‘voter suppression and ‘racism’ and ‘white supremacy.’ And if it’s the other side, you know, ‘Anything we can do to get more people out to vote.’ But actually, when you talk to the canvassers, they’ll tell you when they go into the low-income areas – sometimes they’re predominantly Hispanic, sometimes they’re black, sometimes they’re white – but that’s where they find the most fraud.”