Alien Voter Sighting: Meet Kassiah Kamara

Elites and a disgraced attorney general tell us there is no serious problem with voter fraud. The funny thing is, these same deniers never care to look for it. When you actually do the work and look for cases of aliens registered to vote and casting ballots -- you find them.

Meet Kassia Kamara from New Jersey, an alien who lurked on American voter rolls for years, even voting in the 2008 presidential election.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (disclosure: which I head) has been probing for aliens and for documents about their presence on the voter rolls. These probes involve no strange lights outside the bedroom window. No spaceships, and no hybrids. Just good old-fashioned public records requests.

The latest alien sightings were in New Jersey. There, PILF found proof of aliens on the rolls: hundreds of them. The particular findings about aliens on New Jersey rolls can be found at the "Garden State Gotcha" report, published here.

One particular alien sighting in Newark perfectly captures how our honor system for keeping non-citizens off the voter rolls is failing. Then, making it worse, shoddy voter roll maintenance is keeping aliens on the rolls, and even letting aliens vote in our elections.

PILF found that Kassia Kamara, a non-citizen, was registered to vote in New Jersey, not once, not twice, but three separate times at once. Kamara even voted in the 2008 election.

It took seven years for the ineligible records to be discovered by happenstance and fixed by election officials in Newark. Seven years.

Here’s how it happened, according to records obtained in a public records request by the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Understanding how the system is failing is a prerequisite to fixing the system.

Kamara initially registered to vote in May 2004. He listed his address and the other basic information required on the voter application. He also checked the box saying “yes,” he was a U.S. citizen.

That’s the honor system we have. Groups like the League of Women Voters threaten, badger, and sue states that seek proof of citizenship.

Later, in October 2004, a Kassiah Kamara registered to vote under the same address and date of birth.

Fast forward to October 2008, right before the Obama vs. McCain presidential election. Kassiah Kamara registered to vote yet a third time under the same contact information. At this point, he has three unique voter identification numbers.

Kassiah Kamara then successfully cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election.

Government documents reveal that Kassiah Kamara was registered three separate times, at the exact same address on Pennington Street in Newark, New Jersey, using the exact same birthdate: June 21, 1986. His three separate unique voter registration record numbers are 101601533, 101578535, and 151015257.