Look at How Voter ID Impacted London’s Mayoral Election Results

Brussels, Belgium. Oct. 26th, 2018. London Mayor Sadiq Khan talks to reporters after a meeting with European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.

It made a lot of headlines this week after elections in England resulted in huge wins for foreign Islamic candidates. England is in terrible shape because of mass migration, and the country will likely fall into a new Dark Age lasting several hundred years once its Muslim takeover is complete.

There was one interesting aspect to the election, however, which didn’t make as many headlines.

Mandatory voter ID was just implemented in London. No one could vote this year without first presenting a valid form of identification. Naturally, the liberal Labour Party members pitched a huge fit and made all the usual excuses to oppose the rule—people might forget their ID at home, minorities are too stupid to get an ID, etc.

London’s jihadi Mayor Sadiq Khan was especially upset about the voter ID rule. He actually claimed it was “vote rigging” to require people to prove they are who they say they are before voting.

Here’s the interesting thing about it. In the polls, Sadiq Khan was expected to beat his conservative challenger Susan Hall by a whopping 22%. Yet when the results were tallied, Khan’s margin of victory was only 10%. Implementing voter ID reduced the liberal mayor’s margin of victory by more than half.

It’s not exactly a mystery what happened there, is it? Paul Joseph Watson breaks down what happened in London’s first election that required voter ID…


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