President Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission is a Fraud
August 5, 2018, 10:01 a.m.
The Washington Post originally wrote the article concerning President Trump and his voter fraud joke of a commission called the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. One member of the commission is speaking out.
Matthew Dunlap is the Secretary of State for Maine. He was one of eleven members appointed to the voter fraud commission. It seems that the White House is saying that Dunlap concluded there was voter fraud in the 2016 elections.
I know a lot has been made of the Trump lie count, more than 4,200 as of this week, but how high is the lie count if you include Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the White House administration?
At issue is that the White House said even though there was “substantial evidence of voter fraud,” they were shutting down the commission. Somehow, the White House concluded there was voter fraud when Dunlap actually concluded the opposite.
“I see that it wasn’t just a matter of investigating President Trump’s claims that three to five million people voted illegally, but the goal of the commission seems to have been to validate those claims.” Dunlap interview with the Washington Post.
Dunlap called the committee “the most bizarre thing I’ve ever been a part of.”
Dunlap even filed a lawsuit against the very own commission he was a part of to obtain documents, and it took a court order to receive access to the documents. In the meantime, the Justice Department objected to handing over the documents to Dunlap.
Internal documents even included emails about using a career statistician from the Department of Justice. Christy McCormick, a Republican member of the commission wrote “pretty confident that he is conservative (and Christian, too).”
There is no proof to back up the absurd claim by President Trump that three million votes were illegally casted, approximately the same number of more votes that Hillary Clinton received.
More lies from this administration.
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