The tale of the phony Clyde Barrow and his fraudulent voter registration were detailed in this column last week, with a look at safeguards in place to prevent illegal voting. That prompted several alert readers to point out potential cracks in those protections.
Then President Donald Trump told a group of congressmen that 3 million to 5 million ballots cast by undocumented immigrants cost him the popular vote, although he offered no evidence.
The Washington Post found just four instances of documented voter fraud last year. But ongoing suspicions merit a closer look at what’s required of voters before their ballot is counted and what it would take for millions of fraudulent ballots to be cast.
Additionally, there are 12 million Latino citizens who are eligible to vote but don’t. That raises the question of why partisan activists would covertly encourage…