None. Illegal aliens cannot vote. Moreover, the suggestion that there are large numbers of fraudulent votes is pretty ridiculous on the Democratic side and totally destabilizing on the Republican side.
The idea that there are lots of fraudulent votes most recently came from Donald Trump who used it to explain why he lost the popular vote. The reality is that Trump was extraordinarily unpopular in Mash to come president despite that. The idea that there were lots of fraudulent votes which give Clinton me popular vote win is idiotic. Clinton popular vote margin comes from California. Why on Earth would Democrats waste fraudulent votes in California, a state they are sure to when?
If there are millions of fraudulent votes that we cannot conclude that Trump is legitimately president. He only won the election by 80000 votes. There were millions of fraudulent votes, then at least a small fraction of them must have gone to Republicans and so we cannot conclude with certainty that he is a legitimate president. You paragraph in more General sense, the idea there are millions fraudulent votes is idiotic. There's simply no way that you could have several million people voting fraudulently in the election, and in an organized way no less, and not have people find out about it. Take the 9th District of North Carolina. In that race there actually was fraud, but not committed by a Democrat but rather a republican. In that case, the hip Republican falsified several hundred absentee ballots. If the media is going to pick up on a couple hundred absentee ballots then they sure as hell or can I pick up on millions and millions of fraudulent voters.
Republicans really need to accept that the reason they lose elections is not because of fraudulent votes but because they are unpopular. Trump's loss in the popular vote was entirely predictable since every pole during the election showed him deeply unpopular among American voters. It's not a coincidence that he lost by millions and millions of votes in California, a state which hated him with a passion since he entered politics.
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