Steven Crowder reported last Tuesday that his staff found numerous addresses on the Nevada voter rolls that were completely fictitious. Crowder sent several of his staff to investigate the addresses in-person to verify that they did not exist. Immediately following the airing of that show, someone made changes to the Nevada voter roll addresses, changing some of the addresses that Crowder had just investigated.
Nevada’s stated policy, explicit on their own website, is that updates to voter rolls are only made on Mondays. What’s also odd is that some of the updated addresses also do not exist. It appears that either a hacker is changing voter information in Nevada or Nevada officials are making changes outside of policy to try and cover up what Crowder discovered – either way, the voter rolls are now suspect and cannot be trusted without a full forensic audit and security review.