In the biggest raid in a decade by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency ( ICE), on five food processing plants, authorities found illegal aliens had been working for at least a decade under stolen U.S. identities. With an estimated 12 million illegals in the country, around 8 million are holding down jobs in the United States today that otherwise would belong to American citizens. It doesn’t seem quite right, does it? The Trump administration is removing them as fast as they enter, but under the previous Obama administration, the numbers escalated. ICE authorities conducted raids in August, and 680 arrests on illegal aliens were made, and more than 200 of the workers were found to have had prior criminal records, with 300 being released on humanitarian grounds.

A border patrol officer fails to stop a group of illegal aliens running after jumping the United States border fence to San Diego, from Tijuana, Mexico, on Dec. 25, 2018. (Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP Photo)

Koch Foods Inc. filed a lawsuit in 2008, alleging that many illegal aliens employed there had worked for more than 10 years under stolen I.D.s, and they were still there when ICE conducted its raids on Aug. 7, 2019. The lawsuit states that one worker, an illegal from Guatemala who was released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program, had applied for a position at Koch Foods, and when she was refused she then returned three weeks later with a stolen I.D. from woman in Texas, and landed the job.

Another case was concerning a worker who gave a fake I.D. and Social Security number to Koch Foods, thus passing through the company’s E-verify system, which is in place to prevent illegal aliens obtaining jobs that would otherwise go to Americans or legal immigrants. In an attempt to limit immigration fraud, the Trump administration will allow DNA samples to be taken from illegal aliens in custody at the southern border, helping to strengthen border protection.

The Immigration and Reform Law Institute (IRLI) discovered in 2018 through research that there were potentially 39 million cases of stolen identity by illegal aliens of U.S. citizens between 2012 and 2016. With such a huge amount of identity fraud, how much illegal voter fraud is involved?