President Trump’s vote fraud commission introduced on May 11 by executive order has generated an avalanche of hysterical outrage from the left and suits by the ACLU and several leftist groups seeking to state its really presence invalid. Listening to the allegations tossed versus the commission and its vice chairman, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, you would think it is plotting to reverse the Voting Rights Act or the 15th Amendment.However, there are plenty of
reliable information to validate a better look at the problem. Just Facts, utilizing election data and computer system modeling, concluded that as< a href=http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/19/noncitizen-illegal-vote-number-higher-than-estimat/ > numerous as 5.7 million non-citizens may have voted in 2008. A 2014 study of non-citizen voting in 2012 by three professors at Old Dominion University in Virginia found lower quotes of non-citizen citizens than claimed by President Trump but nonetheless concluded our elections are highly vulnerable to fraud. The summary of the report states: We find that some non-citizens take part in U.S. elections, and that this involvement has been big
enough to alter meaningful election outcomes consisting of Electoral College votes, and Congressional elections. Non-citizen votes most likely gave Senate Democrats the pivotal 60th vote required to conquer filibusters in order to pass health care reform and other Obama administration concerns in the 111th Congress.A Seat report in 2012 discovered a number of million dead individuals on citizenrolls, millions moresigned up in more than one state, and 24 million voter records with severe deficiencies.And just this previous week, it was exposed that eleven California counties have more voters on their rolls than residents over the age of eighteen. In San Diego, that figure was 138 percent.I personally remember that a couple of years ago, Scott Gessler, previously Colorado’s secretary of state, told me that under present citizen registration laws and practices, there is no method
anyone can ensure that non-citizens are not voting in our elections. Non-citizen ballot is just one area of prospective vote scams that requires an independent analysis, and a lot of state election authorities are in truth supporting the brand-new commission’s efforts.
In spite of misleading early reports of mushrooming state-level resistance, only eleven states, all with Democrat governors or Democrat election authorities, have actually refused all cooperation with the
commission. Minnesota, obviously, house of the infamous 2008 election recount that sent Al Franken to the United States Senate, is amongst the states choosing not to work together. Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon stated in a declaration,”I will not turn over Minnesota voters’delicate individual details to the commission.”He failed to point out that the commission has asked for just information that under state law is already in the public domain.Predictably, the most severe criticism and sky-is-falling rhetoric have originated from leftist companies and the ACLU. The ACLU lawsuit even challenges the motives
behind the presidents’executive order, alleging it’s created to support Trump’s claim that Hillary Clinton’s popular vote margin over him is explained totally by illegal ballot by non-citizens. The claim declares some of Trump appointees to the commission”have a record of supporting policies that have unlawfully disenfranchised voters.” The bottom line is that the severe misrepresentations and the overheated”citizen suppression”scaremongering that identifies most media protection of President Trump’s election integrity commission uses paradoxical peace of mind that the commission is on the best road. The more the recognized election administrations whimper and grumble, the more likely it is they have something to conceal. To paraphrase Hamlet,” Methinks the left doth protest too much. “