The President has called for an investigation into the voter rolls to put to rest any concerns about dead people or illegals voting.
That sounds like a good thing, given the supposed controversy of Russian meddling and the constant outcry of the left that Trump didn’t get the popular vote. The “Not My President” outcry by those who have hurt FEELINGS and want to change things to suit themselves, regardless of the process of law.
It would seem like a major coup to finally prove all of these rumors to be true, or would it?
The Trump administration has met with extreme resistance from the states in providing data that is of public record. In fact, the verbiage of the request by the Commission is to surrender the data, “If state law allows it to be public.”
If Democrats are SO willing to prove that Hillary was REALLY the popular choice, why has the party urged Florida’s Governor Ken Detzner NOT to comply with the voter fraud commission’s request for data?
(Readers will remember Florida, the state who couldn’t properly tally the votes in 2000 in the Bush/Gore presidential election. They had the pregnant chad and the hanging chad issues back when voters used a card and a punch tool to vote and Al Gore took it all the way to the Supreme Court to determine a winner. Talk about not accepting the election results.)
In fact, the Miami-Dade Democratic Lawyers Council plans to file a challenge to the request.
Stephen Bittel, Florida Democratic Party Chair has written a letter to the governor asking him to refuse the request as it could subject voters to identity theft, invade privacy and go against the Florida Constitution.
(Please keep in mind that most of the requested data is a matter of public record. Any citizen is able to go to the Secretary of State and pull the records.)
What is the problem in simply sending data of public record to the President’s commission to ensure that no voter fraud occurred?
While Vermont and New Hampshire have indicated (albeit reluctantly) that they will comply with the Commission’s request, New York has stated that it will not comply.
Governor Cuomo has stated, “The Commission should have better things to do rather than work on ‘debunked theories’ of voter fraud.”
If such is the case, why do elected officials such as John Lewis (D-Georgia) and and Maxine Waters (D-California) continue to claim that Trump’s Presidency is illegitimate and that he should be impeached for any given reason on any given day.
It has gotten so bad that the individual states are trying to unite in their effort to deny this public information to the Commission.
Longtime Clinton family ally and former Democratic National Committee chairman, and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has refused to cooperate as well. He has also stated that the theory of widespread voter fraud has long since been debunked. McAuliffe’s PAC, as one may remember, donated $ 500,000.00 to the campaign of wife of the FBI director who helped oversee the investigation of the Clinton email scandal.
It is very interesting to follow those who are the most disturbed by a voter fraud investigation.
9 times out of ten, it is from powerful Democrats and their party.
The ACLU is asking for proof of voter fraud before the Commission can request information on the voter registration lists.
I guess proof is only needed when the current administration wants information, certainly not when the Deep State or the Democratic Party is one issuing the accusations.
However, the ACLU is joining in on various lawsuits to prohibit the Commission from conducting their investigation.
The underlying questions are:
WHAT IS BEING HIDDER?
WHY IS IT BEING HIDDEN?
WHAT ARE THESE OPPONENTS OF THE INVESTIGATION AFRAID WILL BE DISCOVERED?
In the words of the Bard, “Me thinks he doth protest too much.”
This and all the other antics and didoes of the left, the Democrats and the Deep State are costing the American Taxpayer money.
2018 Senate and Congressional elections will be the time to call for an accounting, and those that have wasted time and resources need to be sent home in favor of someone else who might carry out the wishes of the voters.