Records Show 3987 Non Citizens Voted In Nevada (REPORT)

( A sworn affidavit filed with a state court in Nevada claims that records from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles show how almost 4,000 non-citizen illegal and legal aliens voted in the 2020 election.

Jesse Kamzol, an expert analysis working with Republicans to ensure election integrity, says that he matched 110,164 non-citizen records from the Department of Motor Vehicles, obtained through subpoena, against the voter file in Nevada. The data was cross-referenced thanks to legislation enacted by Democrats in Nevada that means anyone registered with the DMV is automatically registered to vote.

Using this data, Kamzol said that he determined with “high to mid-high confidence” that some 6,260 non-citizens were registered to vote because of this flawed legislation, and some 3,987 non-citizens even used that registered status to cast illegal votes.

Kamzol did say that the actual number may be different and there may be false positives, owing to having access to limited information. Regardless, he did explain that the matches he could prove were significant enough to warrant an investigation into the matter.

In a statement, the Nevada Republican Party explained how the election process was compromised by the DMV.

“One of our most basic checks in the electoral process, that this sacred right is limited to those with the privilege and responsibilities of citizenship, was subverted by the DMV,” the statement explained.

“And where are our law enforcement officers? We found this evidence without the help of our Top Cop in Nevada. Attorney General [Aaron] Ford: why are you not investigating voter fraud? You’ve made your position very public saying that you will investigate and prosecute voter fraud,” the statement continued.

Attorney General Aaron Ford joined a lawsuit recently, in which he joined with 19 other attorney generals to oppose the Texas lawsuit filed to the Supreme Court, which was ultimately rejected.

The plaintiff in the lawsuit used the affidavit by Kamzol as evidence. The suit also alleged that more than 60,000 people in Nevadas either voted twice or were not residents in the state at the time. It is an incredible accusation and one backed up by hard data.

But the Democrats and the media still say there is no evidence…