A U.S. military investigation into the depth of midterm election fraud found that 160 former illegal immigrants who voted Democrat were given U.S. citizenship only weeks ahead of the election.
Many illegals eventually earn the right to live and work in the country. The United States has a path to legal citizenship. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a division of Homeland Security, stipulates any person seeking to become a U.S. citizen must meet the following conditions: (a) Have been a lawful permanent resident for the past three or five years; (b) Have continuous residence and physical presence in the United States; (c) Be able to read, write, and speak basic English; (d) Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government; (e) Demonstrate a loyalty to the principles of the U.S. Constitution; and (f) Be willing to take the Oath of Allegiance.
The ones identified by the military, however, met few, if any, of the requirements, and appeared to have received their citizenship under dubious circumstances. At the time, the White Hat partition of the military was already probing unrelated allegations of election fraud.
On November 14, U.S. Army Cyber Command heard a tip claiming that the criminal Biden regime, and specifically DHS/ USCIS had unlawfully granted illegals full U.S. citizenship, and that the newly minted citizens promised to vote Democrat for life in exchange for their new status. Pure, undiluted proof of the crime, the tipster said, was sitting almost in plain sight on INS’ computer servers at the agency’s headquarters in Camp Spring, Maryland.
A day later, Cyber Command effortlessly hacked the USCIS cloud and found a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet holding the names(?) addresses, birthdates, and citizenship status of persons who had submitted citizenship applications on 7 September. What is more concerning is that USCIS approved all applications on October 8, a month in advance of the midterms. Even more alarming, all 160 were named “Jose Lopez,” “Joaquin Lopez,” or “Jesus Lopez,” leading White Hats to conclude that the DHS/USCIS had for reasons unknown altered the identities of or assigned new legal names to 160 individuals.
“The odds that 160 applicants, all on the same day, had identical surnames—well, that’s remarkably small,” said our source at Cyber Command. “And whoever made the spreadsheet also made a big mistake. The entries specified how long they were in the U.S., and not a one, based on what was on the page, had been in the U.S. more than two years. It also gave what looked like valid addresses, something for us to follow up on.”
Cyber Command relayed its findings to White Hats at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS,) which, though short-staffed due to ongoing investigations on Deep State provocateurs, said it would pursue leads as time and manpower permitted. Within a week, though, NCIS investigators had tracked down 17 of the “Lopezes” and elicited from each a similar confession.
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All had applied for fast-track citizenship or amnesty after illegally entering the United States. Some claimed they were victims of political persecution; others said they were looking for a better life and wanted to be Americans so they could work in the country and send money back to their families in Mexico or Guatemala. All said they had been contacted by a USCIS official who promised them a favor in return for a favor—guaranteed U.S. citizenship in return for voting for Democrats in the midterms and a Democrat candidate in the 2024 presidential election. They told NCIS investigators they had fulfilled their part of the agreement, at least as far as the midterms went. Of the 17, 12 lived in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the other five had residence in Pennsylvania.