Here’s Why Trump Is 100% Right In Saying That Millions Of Illegals Voted For Hillary

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 23:  Donald Trump listens at the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C Groundbreaking Ceremony at Old Post Office on July 23, 2014 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Paul Morigi/WireImage)

Hillary Clinton has been demanding a recount, but Donald Trump is the one who shocked everyone this weekend when he claimed that millions of votes were illegally cast. It was a tweet from Trump that started the controversy:

The statement was immediately criticized, both by the liberal media and by some on the right. The Republicans who criticized Trump’s tweet pointed out that by claiming millions of votes were cast illegally, Trump potentially undermined his own victory and gave credibility to the Clinton campaign’s support for a recount. But there is some evidence that votes were illegally cast.

Before election day, for example, Barack Obama openly encouraged illegal immigrants to vote.

Gregg Phillips, founder of voter fraud reporting app VoteStand, also claims that there were around three million illegal votes.

Liberal websites like Politifact slammed Phillips for the claim, saying he wouldn’t provide them with information verifying his allegations. But Phillips is investigating the information before he makes a formal public statement. That doesn’t equal proof that what Phillips is saying is false.

We do know that a 2014 study found that approximately 2% of voters were found to be non-citizens. This election, around 120 million votes were counted, and 2% of that is right around three million votes.

Trump weighed in one final time on the issue:

Will he ultimately be vindicated? Only time will tell.
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