(HORN NEWS) — How bad was voter fraud in the 2016 general election? The Horn News reported previously on the widespread ballot stuffing fraud the dishonest media was covering up. In Michigan, 37 percent of precincts (almost exclusively in heavily Democratic areas) were found to have more votes cast than should have been possible. Now, a second voter fraud scam has been uncovered in the state — and it’s as shocking as you can imagine. An audit of the November election in Michigan found at least 31 examples of people who appear to have voted twice in the presidential election. That’s far more than the “zero examples of voter fraud” the dishonest media would have voters believe. Michigan election officials said Thursday that they’re sending the voters’ names to the attorney general’s office for possible prosecution. The audit found that 31 people cast absentee ballots and voted in person on Nov. 8. Fourteen of these double-voters were in Democrat-heavy Detroit. “Vote early, vote often” is a tactic used by the Democrats in the past — and it seems like they have just been caught red handed still doing it in 2016. Voting twice, or even attempting to do so, is a felony in Michigan. This isn’t just a problem in Michigan, of course. Presidential adviser Stephen Miller on his TV appearance Sunday also talked about double-registered voters and busloads of Democrats came into New Hampshire and voted improperly in the November election. “I can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, it’s very serious. This morning on this show is not the venue for me lay out all the evidence,” Miller said. Voter fraud a nationwide epidemic. There has been reports of voter fraud in every single state over the past few years. “You have millions of people who are registered in two states or who are dead who are registered to vote. And you have 14 percent of non citizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, which is an astonishing statistic,” Miller said. Democrats say this isn’t a problem. Republicans, however, say it’s clear evidence of tampering. But what is most important is voter confidence. In order for the United States to function properly, there must be confidence in the system. It’s undeniable that confidence has been shaken by these reports. Only a large investigation into voter fraud can solve that. It will give us the answer to the question once and for all. If the mainstream media and the Democrats are right, they should have nothing to fear. So why do they protest so loudly against these kinds of investigations?