BREAKING : Trump’s Voter Integrity Group WARNS Rogue States


Why are so many states refusing to comply with President Trump’s “Voter Integrity Commission?”
The commission was started to examine the likelihood of mass voter fraud in America.
Yet, countless states are refusing to comply and turn over voter data.
What are they trying to hide?
Many refusing the request are the same people who were kicking and screaming over “Russia” supposedly tampering with our elections.
Now suddenly, they don’t care about “voter integrity?”
It doesn’t add up, what are they hiding?
The commission is now URGING rogue states to COMPLY.
Last Thursday, the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity officially asked each state’s chief election official for a copy of their state’s publicly-available voter information, in order to better investigate voter fraud across the nation.
I’m the Vice Chair of that Commission, and the letter went out under my signature.
Immediately thereafter, several prominent Democrats declared that they would not comply with this request.
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla stated, “California’s participation would only serve to legitimize the false and already debunked claims of massive voter fraud made by the President, the Vice President, and Mr. Kobach.”
Similarly, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe fumed, “I have no intention of honoring this request. Virginia conducts fair, honest, and democratic elections, and there is no evidence of significant voter fraud in Virginia.”
Governor McAuliffe’s declaration was particularly amusing, because only three days earlier In Virginia, a college student had been convicted of fraudulently registering 18 dead people.
Evidently, there’s plenty of voter fraud in Virginia.
Apparently, McAuliffe is ignorant of what’s going on in his own state.
The hyperventilating on the Left about this request is particularly strange since the Commission only requested information that is already publicly available.
Any person on the street can walk into a county election office and obtain a publicly-available copy of that state’s voter rolls—which usually includes voter name, address, date of birth, and the recent elections in which the voter participated.
During any campaign season, there are literally hundreds of candidates and campaign workers in every state who possess these same voter rolls.
Voter rolls are also frequently obtained by journalists seeking to do election-related research.
Although private information like the last four numbers of a voter’s social security number is sometimes included in a state’s voter database, that information is usually not publicly available.
The Commission didn’t request that information.
Thus, there is no threat that the Commission’s work might compromise anyone’s privacy.
The Commission’s primary objectives include measuring the amount of voter fraud and improper voter registration in the country.
The voter rolls are the obvious starting point for the Commission’s work.
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