In order for that to be true, you have to prove illegals voted.
Which will no doubt prove quite difficult, given the places illegals were most-likely to vote are also the places most-likely to attempt to conceal such - even so, several fraud analysis organizations have noted the presence of millions of illegal votes.
Not to mention how they managed to vote without so much as a Social Security number (which is put on the voter registration application) or any form of voter registration.
Under California law, you are auto-registered to vote upon acquiring a driver's license, and you do not have to prove citizenship to acquire a driver's license in California, nor does California have voter-ID laws, soooooooo…
… That's how they managed to vote, by the millions, and that's just one example.
Even in California if you walk into a voting place without any form of identifying information, you are handed a "provisional ballot".
Bullshit - California has no voter-ID laws, thus they cannot exclude your ballot on the basis of lacking identification.
What Is a Provisional Ballot?
A provisional ballot is a regular ballot that is placed in a special envelope prior to being put in the ballot box.
Who Casts a Provisional Ballot?
Provisional ballots are ballots cast by voters who:
•Believe they are registered to vote even though their names are not on the official voter registration list at the polling place.
Not an issue in California, as the names of these individuals ARE on the official voter registration list.
•Vote by mail but did not receive their ballot or do not have their ballot with them, and instead want to vote at a polling place.
Not relevant here.
The most common circumstances when an elections official will ask a voter to cast a provisional ballot are:
First-time voters. Under federal law, a person who is voting for the first time in a federal election is required to provide proof of identification, even if their name is on the polling place roster. If the voter cannot provide proof of identification, the voter will be asked to cast a provisional ballot. The elections official will verify the voter's eligibility by comparing their signature on the provisional ballot envelope with the signature on their voter registration form and if the signatures match, then the ballot will be counted. (Elections Code sections 14310(c), 15350, and 3019.)
As they have a driver's license from the state of California, that won't be an issue, meaning no provisional ballot.
You're fulla shit cunt.