Nevada's Election Integrity Called into Question

"President Trump at the Army-Navy Footbal" (Public Domain) by The White House

Battles over the integrity of the 2020 presidential election have greatly intensified over the course of this month.
Legal representatives backing President Trump have repeatedly brought forth cases and appeals alleging voter fraud, issues with absentee ballots, etc. At each and every level, from state courts to the U.S. Supreme Court, these cases and appeals have failed.

“President Trump at the Army-Navy Footbal” (Public Domain) by The White House

Americans still have concerns about voter fraud, however. Many people also believe that judges are intentionally choosing not to look at evidence of foul play and cheating.
Yesterday morning, President Trump raised some issues about election integrity in the state of Nevada, according to Newsmax.

The Issues with Elections in Nevada

This Monday, the Electoral College formally voted for Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 race for president. Despite this vote, however, concerns and reports of foul play in the election are not going away.
On Thursday, President Trump tweeted out that Nevada’s election was tainted by votes from thousands of non-citizens. Likewise, the president also declared that data has been released to prove these individuals’ ineligibility to vote in elections.
Trump’s claims appear to coincide with a recent statement from the Nevada Republican Party. According to the Nevada GOP, both legal citizens and illegal aliens are able to get driver’s licenses; the issue with this is that Nevada automatically registers persons with driver’s licenses to vote.
This automatic registration, in turn, leads to noncitizens having a clear path to vote, in keeping with the president’s remarks.

Confidence in U.S. Electoral Processes

Right now, the morale in U.S. electoral processes is at a significant low. Many voters currently feel disenfranchised and are wondering whether or not their ballots even count; others are questioning if voting even makes a difference, amid reports of machines flipping votes, non-citizens casting ballots, etc.

Some Republicans have stated that confidence in the electoral processes is reliant upon rooting out voter fraud. Others warn that the currently low morale is a threat to participation in future elections that Americans will have.
Legal representatives for President Trump continue to assert that their challenges of the 2020 election shall maintain.
What do you think about reports that thousands of non-residents voted in Nevada’s election? Do you think similar situations have happened in other states? We want to get your thoughts on the U.S. electoral processes in the comments section below!