White House says states are afraid voter fraud commission will show Trump won the popular vote
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is already facing great opposition as President Trump endeavors to investigate voter fraud across the United States.
There are already 44 states resisting the Commission – but why?
Vice President Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach are spearheading the Commission. The states refusing to participate are denying access to birthdates, conviction records, voting history, and the last four digits of social security numbers of voters.
Until now, the White House has remained mostly quiet over the states’ defiance, but the surge of noncompliance has elicited a response.
In an interview with Fox News this Tuesday, White House officials explained that the states are uncooperative because they are “concerned they will find fraud” which will “raise doubts about Hilary Clinton winning the popular vote.”
You heard that right. The dems were so devastated by Trump’s win, they are clinging to any piece of victory they can. Although Hilary won the popular vote by about 3 million votes, she did not win the seat in office.
But, is it possible that she maybe didn’t even get the popular vote?
Democrats are worried that the new data will reveal that Hilary Clinton did not win the popular vote legally.
The Commission began shortly after Trump claimed that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election on Twitter.
Kobach, among others, is obviously frustrated with states’ noncompliance. In fact, he stated in the Washington Times that their behavior was completely “idiotic” as was their refusal to turn over data.
HT: Think Progress