Crosscheck in MI, AZ and NC

While the final numbers of voters disenfranchised in the 2016 election by various means are still being investigated, we do at least have the numbers now for how many voters in Michigan, Arizona and North Carolina were initially targeted by Kris Kobach’s Crosscheck list as being voters who were suspected of voting in two states and thus whose votes should be discounted.

The trouble is, voter fraud is a crime, and Crosscheck alleged that over a million voters in MI, AZ and NC were criminals but not one single person from the list has been charged with a felony for voting in two states. But how many thousands and thousands on this list were purged from the voter rolls or given provisional ballots that then were not counted? The stats from the 2016 election continue to support the suspicion that the election was stolen. And if the election was stolen at the presidential level, how many illegitimate down-ballot officeholders do we have in states now?