VIA| President Trump is sick and tired of voter fraud and wants to get to the bottom of it once and for all. The President’s election integrity commission asked for voter data from each of the states, but so far 27 have refused to comply. President Trump then asked a natural question:
Perhaps they know the President will find things that will make them look bad. It’s incredible that no matter how much opposition he faces daily, President Trump is still ready to fight for what’s right.
Kansas Secretary of State and Vice Chair of the Voter Fraud Commission Kris Kobach had a similar question during an interview with NPR:
“FRANKLY, IF A STATE LIKE KENTUCKY OR CALIFORNIA WON’T PROVIDE AVAILABLE INFORMATION, ONE HAS TO ASK THE QUESTION, ‘WHY NOT?’”
“I mean, what are they trying to hide if they don’t want a presidential advisory commission to study their state voter rolls?”
The Trump Administration is asking for the 50 states to hand over voter information that included names, birth dates, the last four digits of Social Security numbers, and party affiliation- information that is publicly available under each state’s laws.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) said on MSNBC:
“Not on my watch are we going to be releasing sensitive information that relate to the privacy of individuals.”
Other states, such as California and New York, have contended that by giving over their voter rolls they are legitimizing the President’s claims that there is massive voter fraud.
DNC Chairman Tom Perez was particularly irate, saying on Saturday:
“Simply put, President Trump is trying to use voter data to intimidate eligible voters and suppress voter turnout. Leaders in every state should reject this attack on our democracy.”
Something sounds fishy in these states. It is too bad that they are obstructing this investigation, but undoubtedly President Trump will get to the bottom of it anyway.