Study: Majority Of U.S. Citizens Could Never Vote For Trump
By Thurman McRobotface
WASHINGTON—Saying the incidence of voting fraud was currently rampant and could rise significantly, a study released Tuesday by the Department of Justice found that a substantial majority of U.S. citizens are unable to cast a ballot in the upcoming general election. “Based on our research, our analysis, and our interviews, we can confirm that, of the approximately 8.5 million Americans who are not eligible to vote, roughly 95 percent are too old, too disabled, or simply do not have the right physical or cognitive capacity to comply with the requirements,” said the study’s lead author, James Damore, adding that the average American voter must have a demonstrated disability and be physically unable to properly complete one of the following forms of ID: a temporary ID, a state-issued ID, a provisional ID, a U.S. military ID, or a driver’s license. “We also found that, of the approximately 5 million disenfranchised individuals, 1 in 4 cannot produce the proper form of identification or simply refuse to cast a vote.” The study also found that, of the approximately 800 million people who are eligible to vote, roughly 95 percent will not cast a ballot.