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(Reuters)   What happens when the Sec. of State from Kansas comes to New Hampshire to accuse voters of fraudulently electing their popular senator? Well let's just say a lot of chickens get plucked and for some reason the natives start tapping the pine trees   ( reuters.com) divider line
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2017-09-12 09:16:04 AM  
Obviously we need to crack down on this insidious practice of allowing students to vote. The young don't have fully formed political opinions, and thus the only way to prevent disaster is to keep voting for mature and well seasoned and properly educated citizens. No degree, no vote.

And while we're at it, those with crippling student loan debt...can we say that they don't bring an agenda to the voting booth? No clear credit history, no vote.

And obviously, as the Founding Fathers wanted, we need to institutionalize property ownership as a the only proper way to insure that people are invested in their communities. No property, no vote. It's all about fairness to the PROCESS...right?

These are just the common sense, no-nonsense ways of clearing up voter fraud. Just show up with a copy of your diploma, a clear credit history, and the deed to any of your properties, and you can vote. Simple. Easy. Why do you Libs seem to misunderstand this as "disenfranchisement"? It's not about disenfranchisement, but restoring the honor and integrity of the voting system. Sheesh, you people...
 
2017-09-12 09:28:42 AM  
What did he expect.  It is an opioid den, after all.
 
2017-09-12 09:37:45 AM  
If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?
 
2017-09-12 09:41:14 AM  
He fixes the cable?
 
2017-09-12 09:44:01 AM  
Krazy Kris Kobach should not be allowed to run a household, let alone the president's "voter fraud" commission or the state of Kansas.
 
2017-09-12 09:53:09 AM  
Apparently voter fraud only happens when the Democrats win.

There is nothing about he Trump administration that doesn't come off as third world tinpot.
 
2017-09-12 09:54:59 AM  

hubiestubert: Obviously we need to crack down on this insidious practice of allowing students to vote. The young don't have fully formed political opinions, and thus the only way to prevent disaster is to keep voting for mature and well seasoned and properly educated citizens. No degree, no vote.

And while we're at it, those with crippling student loan debt...can we say that they don't bring an agenda to the voting booth? No clear credit history, no vote.

And obviously, as the Founding Fathers wanted, we need to institutionalize property ownership as a the only proper way to insure that people are invested in their communities. No property, no vote. It's all about fairness to the PROCESS...right?

These are just the common sense, no-nonsense ways of clearing up voter fraud. Just show up with a copy of your diploma, a clear credit history, and the deed to any of your properties, and you can vote. Simple. Easy. Why do you Libs seem to misunderstand this as "disenfranchisement"? It's not about disenfranchisement, but restoring the honor and integrity of the voting system. Sheesh, you people...


In addition to these common sense ideas, might I suggest that we also don't want the fate of our country, state, county, or city being influenced by the votes of those who do not have the mental capacity to make good judgements.  We all know our failing public schools churn out diplomas left and right.  Obviously, a quick test administered at the polls before you are allowed to vote would be able to make sure only intelligent voters decide our leaders and which proposals are passed.
 
2017-09-12 10:01:28 AM  

Im_Gumby: hubiestubert: Obviously we need to crack down on this insidious practice of allowing students to vote. The young don't have fully formed political opinions, and thus the only way to prevent disaster is to keep voting for mature and well seasoned and properly educated citizens. No degree, no vote.

And while we're at it, those with crippling student loan debt...can we say that they don't bring an agenda to the voting booth? No clear credit history, no vote.

And obviously, as the Founding Fathers wanted, we need to institutionalize property ownership as a the only proper way to insure that people are invested in their communities. No property, no vote. It's all about fairness to the PROCESS...right?

These are just the common sense, no-nonsense ways of clearing up voter fraud. Just show up with a copy of your diploma, a clear credit history, and the deed to any of your properties, and you can vote. Simple. Easy. Why do you Libs seem to misunderstand this as "disenfranchisement"? It's not about disenfranchisement, but restoring the honor and integrity of the voting system. Sheesh, you people...

In addition to these common sense ideas, might I suggest that we also don't want the fate of our country, state, county, or city being influenced by the votes of those who do not have the mental capacity to make good judgements.  We all know our failing public schools churn out diplomas left and right.  Obviously, a quick test administered at the polls before you are allowed to vote would be able to make sure only intelligent voters decide our leaders and which proposals are passed.


I know these are supposed to be modest proposals, but the president of Trump's election "integrity" commission floated the idea a couple of days ago that literacy tests and poll taxes would increase turnout.

Your parody cannot match the raw Derp Power of Trumpian reality!!
 
2017-09-12 10:20:51 AM  
Were they bused in from Mass?
 
2017-09-12 10:23:54 AM  

HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?


No, and that is part of the problem.  It is only evil when the other side does it.
 
2017-09-12 10:26:24 AM  

harleyquinnical: HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?

No, and that is part of the problem.  It is only evil when the other side does it.


That ... that was a rhetorical question.
 
2017-09-12 10:26:51 AM  

Im_Gumby: hubiestubert: Obviously we need to crack down on this insidious practice of allowing students to vote. The young don't have fully formed political opinions, and thus the only way to prevent disaster is to keep voting for mature and well seasoned and properly educated citizens. No degree, no vote.

And while we're at it, those with crippling student loan debt...can we say that they don't bring an agenda to the voting booth? No clear credit history, no vote.

And obviously, as the Founding Fathers wanted, we need to institutionalize property ownership as a the only proper way to insure that people are invested in their communities. No property, no vote. It's all about fairness to the PROCESS...right?

These are just the common sense, no-nonsense ways of clearing up voter fraud. Just show up with a copy of your diploma, a clear credit history, and the deed to any of your properties, and you can vote. Simple. Easy. Why do you Libs seem to misunderstand this as "disenfranchisement"? It's not about disenfranchisement, but restoring the honor and integrity of the voting system. Sheesh, you people...

In addition to these common sense ideas, might I suggest that we also don't want the fate of our country, state, county, or city being influenced by the votes of those who do not have the mental capacity to make good judgements.  We all know our failing public schools churn out diplomas left and right.  Obviously, a quick test administered at the polls before you are allowed to vote would be able to make sure only intelligent voters decide our leaders and which proposals are passed.


Plus, what about when women are undergoing hormonal fluctuations? Do you really want a woman, in throes of menses making decisions like who can be president?

/plus I heard their menstruations attract bears.
 
2017-09-12 10:27:44 AM  

monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?


Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.
 
2017-09-12 10:28:42 AM  
Maybe the Decemberists were playing.
 
2017-09-12 10:29:36 AM  

Bowen: monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?

Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.


I knew it. More fake news. Thanks for playing.
 
2017-09-12 10:30:36 AM  

HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?


Oh fark no. Then it would be 150% legit. So legit it is 50% more legit than reality. The results would have literally been better than reality.  Much like all this terrible fake job numbers under Failbama. Now 400% more accurate under the Orange Wonder.

/always remember that they are intellectually dishonest
 
2017-09-12 10:32:34 AM  
Our made-up shiat is way more realer than your facts.
 
2017-09-12 10:33:13 AM  

Horizon: HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?

Oh fark no. Then it would be 150% legit. So legit it is 50% more legit than reality. The results would have literally been better than reality.  Much like all this terrible fake job numbers under Failbama. Now 400% more accurate under the Orange Wonder.

/always remember that they are intellectually dishonest


That ... that was a rhetorical question.
 
2017-09-12 10:33:29 AM  
I am going to bring this up every time Kris Kobach's name is mentioned so nobody forgets.  he went to extraordinary legal lengths as Secretary of State in Kansas to block any investigation in what appeared to be pretty blatant electronic voting fraud in favor of the GOP in his state.  This guy who has written voter ID laws for states nationwide because he is supposedly so concerned about voter fraud, ran the other way when it was probably uncovered in his state.

A KS mathematics professor  who was doing research on polling models vs results uncovered a curious statistical anomaly showing that  the GOP consistently outperformed the polling models, but only in heavily Democratic areas...and...curiously, by PRECISELY the same amount to four significant digits.   When she asked the few counties that use voting machines with paper back-up tapes for access to those tapes, Kobach suued to prevent her, arguing that state law forbid their release (a p[osition not shared by many legal experts)

Curiously however, no law prevented KOBACH< as Secretary of State from launching his own investigation and reviewing those tapes as part of it, but for some reason this man so deeply concerned about election fraud, never did
 
2017-09-12 10:33:39 AM  
The allegation drew criticism from Democrats who said the data more likely reflected college students from out-of-state who were allowed to vote there with or without a New Hampshire license.

Who needs a simple and logical answer when there's propaganda, lies, and bullshiat to be flung?
 
2017-09-12 10:33:45 AM  

HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?


THIS WAS A RHETORICAL QUESTION, GUYS! I'M NOT ACTUALLY A MORON! I KNOW HOW THE WORLD WORKS!
 
2017-09-12 10:34:34 AM  

monoski: Bowen: monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?

Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.

I knew it. More fake news. Thanks for playing.


Which is fake news?  The busing, or the pictures of 100 buses that were deleted?
 
2017-09-12 10:34:35 AM  

Bowen: monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?

Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.


To be fair the Mass Democratic party bused a lot of people (including yours truly) up to NH to do Get Out The Vote, and a lot of morons salt of the earth types decided that meant we were voting.  In actuality I never even saw a polling place (because if people were there my job was already done).
 
2017-09-12 10:34:45 AM  
Ku Klux Kobach.
 
2017-09-12 10:35:12 AM  
Trump's voter fraud commission has recommended that we skip all this pussy-footing, PC nonsense surrounding voter ID laws, and cut straight to the chase:

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2017-09-12 10:35:38 AM  
For both claims, he cited statistics showing that 5,313 voters with out-of-state driver's licenses registered to vote on the day of the election but did not later obtain New Hampshire licenses.

If this is the best they've got they're already at the bottom of the barrel.
 
2017-09-12 10:36:12 AM  
Oh let's fix some issues with voting. It will be better for everyone.

Hmmm... well, if we change THESE things, it will be better for my party, screw the others.

Well, I don't like these results, so let's make a few more minor tweaks, it's not a big deal.

Oh, these international powers screwed with our voting machines, I'm sure that is just rubbish, let's focus on the college aged voters instead, no one will care.

:: head shake :: This is all being done so ar$e backwards, we'll never get it fixed.
 
2017-09-12 10:37:41 AM  
Removing early voting from college campuses really helped out in Wisconsin.
 
2017-09-12 10:39:47 AM  

Billy Bathsalt: Our made-up shiat is way more realer than your facts.


I wish you were joking
...Behar said she feels for Sanders that she has to go out and defend Trump's "lies" every day, citing Politifact's scorecard for the president, which states only 5 percent of what he says is "true."
"I completely disagree with the fact that what you're saying is only 5 percent of that is true," Sanders said. "I know that is simply not accurate and I think that's one of the dangers we have right now is pushing so many false narratives every day, creating false perceptions about the president. I think America should want him to succeed. He is the president, whether they voted for him or not, and I think we have to get behind him."
 
2017-09-12 10:40:00 AM  

HawgWild: harleyquinnical: HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?

No, and that is part of the problem.  It is only evil when the other side does it.

That ... that was a rhetorical question.


To which I gave a rhetorical answer
 
2017-09-12 10:42:17 AM  
You know, there's an already tested and implemented method for preventing a lot of the supposed voter fraud Republicans are worried about.  Say election day rolls around and you've registered yourself to vote in twelve different counties and four different states.  You roll up to the first voting booth at 7 AM, make your choices, and then the little old blue haired bitty comes to give you your "I VOTED" sticker and ...

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BAM!  All your carefully laid plans to swing the election - ruined!

Of course, implementing that plan would just mean that Republicans would hire crop-dusters to spray minorities neighborhoods repeatedly the days before the election.
 
2017-09-12 10:42:36 AM  

Magorn: I am going to bring this up every time Kris Kobach's name is mentioned so nobody forgets.  he went to extraordinary legal lengths as Secretary of State in Kansas to block any investigation in what appeared to be pretty blatant electronic voting fraud in favor of the GOP in his state.  This guy who has written voter ID laws for states nationwide because he is supposedly so concerned about voter fraud, ran the other way when it was probably uncovered in his state.

A KS mathematics professor  who was doing research on polling models vs results uncovered a curious statistical anomaly showing that  the GOP consistently outperformed the polling models, but only in heavily Democratic areas...and...curiously, by PRECISELY the same amount to four significant digits.   When she asked the few counties that use voting machines with paper back-up tapes for access to those tapes, Kobach suued to prevent her, arguing that state law forbid their release (a p[osition not shared by many legal experts)

Curiously however, no law prevented KOBACH< as Secretary of State from launching his own investigation and reviewing those tapes as part of it, but for some reason this man so deeply concerned about election fraud, never did


Has there been ANY follow up to this?
 
2017-09-12 10:42:40 AM  

Magorn: I am going to bring this up every time Kris Kobach's name is mentioned so nobody forgets.  he went to extraordinary legal lengths as Secretary of State in Kansas to block any investigation in what appeared to be pretty blatant electronic voting fraud in favor of the GOP in his state.  This guy who has written voter ID laws for states nationwide because he is supposedly so concerned about voter fraud, ran the other way when it was probably uncovered in his state.

A KS mathematics professor  who was doing research on polling models vs results uncovered a curious statistical anomaly showing that  the GOP consistently outperformed the polling models, but only in heavily Democratic areas...and...curiously, by PRECISELY the same amount to four significant digits.   When she asked the few counties that use voting machines with paper back-up tapes for access to those tapes, Kobach suued to prevent her, arguing that state law forbid their release (a p[osition not shared by many legal experts)

Curiously however, no law prevented KOBACH< as Secretary of State from launching his own investigation and reviewing those tapes as part of it, but for some reason this man so deeply concerned about election fraud, never did


noted.
 
2017-09-12 10:44:31 AM  

harleyquinnical: HawgWild: harleyquinnical: HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?

No, and that is part of the problem.  It is only evil when the other side does it.

That ... that was a rhetorical question.

To which I gave a rhetorical answer


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2017-09-12 10:46:05 AM  
 
2017-09-12 10:47:45 AM  

Nied: Bowen: monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?

Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.

To be fair the Mass Democratic party bused a lot of people (including yours truly) up to NH to do Get Out The Vote, and a lot of morons salt of the earth types decided that meant we were voting.  In actuality I never even saw a polling place (because if people were there my job was already done).


Did NH go to Trump or Clinton?
I live in PA and still pissed at the Pennsyltucky part of the state the took our state to Trump.
 
2017-09-12 10:49:01 AM  

HotWingConspiracy: For both claims, he cited statistics showing that 5,313 voters with out-of-state driver's licenses registered to vote on the day of the election but did not later obtain New Hampshire licenses.

If this is the best they've got they're already at the bottom of the barrel.


I didn't have a drivers license that matched my state of residence until I was in my 30s.
 
2017-09-12 10:49:17 AM  

monoski: Nied: Bowen: monoski: Were they bused in from Mass?

Yes. 5300 people were bused into Salem and Nashua from Massachusetts. So...about 100 buses. Zero photographs of this actually happening, of course. But that's just more evidence of a coverup.

To be fair the Mass Democratic party bused a lot of people (including yours truly) up to NH to do Get Out The Vote, and a lot of morons salt of the earth types decided that meant we were voting.  In actuality I never even saw a polling place (because if people were there my job was already done).

Did NH go to Trump or Clinton?
I live in PA and still pissed at the Pennsyltucky part of the state the took our state to Trump.


Hillary won.
 
2017-09-12 10:49:58 AM  

HotWingConspiracy: For both claims, he cited statistics showing that 5,313 voters with out-of-state driver's licenses registered to vote on the day of the election but did not later obtain New Hampshire licenses.

If this is the best they've got they're already at the bottom of the barrel.


They've been there for a while.

Kobach's CrossCheck system was supposedly meant to collect first, middle, and last names, along with DOB, SSN, and addresses to see if anyone voted twice in the same election.  However the default settings for the program can kick back a positive result if just the first and last name match.  Because it's impossible that two people voting at the same precinct could have the same first and last names, perhaps differing only by a 'jr' and 'sr' suffix.

Even adding in the DOB, with a hundred and forty million voters still gives you over a 99% error rate.
 
2017-09-12 10:52:35 AM  

Brainsick: Billy Bathsalt: Our made-up shiat is way more realer than your facts.

I wish you were joking
...Behar said she feels for Sanders that she has to go out and defend Trump's "lies" every day, citing Politifact's scorecard for the president, which states only 5 percent of what he says is "true."
"I completely disagree with the fact that what you're saying is only 5 percent of that is true," Sanders said. "I know that is simply not accurate and I think that's one of the dangers we have right now is pushing so many false narratives every day, creating false perceptions about the president. I think America should want him to succeed. He is the president, whether they voted for him or not, and I think we have to get behind him."


Yeah, I'll start buying that line when he starts acting like he's the President for everyone, not just the people who voted for him.
 
2017-09-12 10:53:46 AM  

HawgWild: Horizon: HawgWild: If the results were reversed, would they have said anything?

Oh fark no. Then it would be 150% legit. So legit it is 50% more legit than reality. The results would have literally been better than reality.  Much like all this terrible fake job numbers under Failbama. Now 400% more accurate under the Orange Wonder.

/always remember that they are intellectually dishonest

That ... that was a rhetorical question.


But was it really a rhetorical question?
 
2017-09-12 10:54:37 AM  

Brainsick: Billy Bathsalt: Our made-up shiat is way more realer than your facts.

I wish you were joking
...Behar said she feels for Sanders that she has to go out and defend Trump's "lies" every day, citing Politifact's scorecard for the president, which states only 5 percent of what he says is "true."
"I completely disagree with the fact that what you're saying is only 5 percent of that is true," Sanders said. "I know that is simply not accurate and I think that's one of the dangers we have right now is pushing so many false narratives every day, creating false perceptions about the president. I think America should want him to succeed. He is the president, whether they voted for him or not, and I think we have to get behind him."


I'm confused ... does that mean we get to come up with a conspiracy that says Trump isn't eligible to be President because he was born in Jamaica and is therefore an anticolonialist subject of the British Empire who is also a devout and militant Rastafarian?
 
2017-09-12 10:57:10 AM  

Natalie Portmanteau: Plus, what about when women are undergoing hormonal fluctuations? Do you really want a woman, with blood coming out of her wherever... in throes of menses making decisions like who can be president?

/plus I heard their menstruations makes them volatile and incapable of rational thought attract bears.


FTFTV (FTF Trump Voters)
 
2017-09-12 10:57:46 AM  

Im_Gumby: In addition to these common sense ideas, might I suggest that we also don't want the fate of our country, state, county, or city being influenced by the votes of those who do not have the mental capacity to make good judgements.  We all know our failing public schools churn out diplomas left and right.  Obviously, a quick test administered at the polls before you are allowed to vote would be able to make sure only intelligent voters decide our leaders and which proposals are passed.


You joke but one of Trump's disciples on this commission, the one from New Hampshire, literally suggested voting rules in the Jim Crow era helped voter participation.

Mr. Gardner said he did not necessarily favor imposing new qualifications for registering and voting, but he added that when burdens like poll taxes and literacy tests were imposed on citizens and registering often required a trip to the local courthouse, voter turnout was far higher than it is now.

From Mr. Gardner:  "You don't judge a book by its cover," he said. "You judge at the end."

No, Mr. Gardner, some books are so bad, so vile, I don't read past the first chapter.  The first page, even.  Much like a truly terrible movie, why waste everyone's time?

Source:  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/10/us/trump-voter-fraud-panel.html?_​r=​0
 
2017-09-12 10:57:47 AM  
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2017-09-12 11:01:31 AM  
It's farking baffling that a president who was told by all of our intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in our election hires a shiatstain to investigate democratic voter fraud of which there is no proof except said president's unsupported claim that it happened. All of this is a long con to later supress voters, complain about 'rigged elections' when a republican doesn't win something and to smokescreen the fact our sitting president most likely received assistance from a foreign nation. The longer trump is president my ability to have the slightest drop of anything but animosity for the GOP, all of their supporters, and especially trump voters dwindles.
 
2017-09-12 11:05:04 AM  

rudemix: It's farking baffling that a president who was told by all of our intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in our election hires a shiatstain to investigate democratic voter fraud of which there is no proof except said president's unsupported claim that it happened.


It's not baffling at all.  Any suggestion that he didn't legitimately win the election and/or the popular vote strikes a blow at his:

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2017-09-12 11:05:23 AM  
As a Massachusetts resident for four decades I can tell you that if you're trying to tell New Hampshire to do anything you're going to have a bad time.
 
2017-09-12 11:07:58 AM  

Natalie Portmanteau: Im_Gumby: hubiestubert: Obviously we need to crack down on this insidious practice of allowing students to vote. The young don't have fully formed political opinions, and thus the only way to prevent disaster is to keep voting for mature and well seasoned and properly educated citizens. No degree, no vote.

And while we're at it, those with crippling student loan debt...can we say that they don't bring an agenda to the voting booth? No clear credit history, no vote.

And obviously, as the Founding Fathers wanted, we need to institutionalize property ownership as a the only proper way to insure that people are invested in their communities. No property, no vote. It's all about fairness to the PROCESS...right?

These are just the common sense, no-nonsense ways of clearing up voter fraud. Just show up with a copy of your diploma, a clear credit history, and the deed to any of your properties, and you can vote. Simple. Easy. Why do you Libs seem to misunderstand this as "disenfranchisement"? It's not about disenfranchisement, but restoring the honor and integrity of the voting system. Sheesh, you people...

In addition to these common sense ideas, might I suggest that we also don't want the fate of our country, state, county, or city being influenced by the votes of those who do not have the mental capacity to make good judgements.  We all know our failing public schools churn out diplomas left and right.  Obviously, a quick test administered at the polls before you are allowed to vote would be able to make sure only intelligent voters decide our leaders and which proposals are passed.

Plus, what about when women are undergoing hormonal fluctuations? Do you really want a woman, in throes of menses making decisions like who can be president?

/plus I heard their menstruations attract bears.


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Don Jr's boyish looks attract bears.  Human Trafficking Tea Party pederast bears.
 
2017-09-12 11:10:13 AM  

Magorn: I am going to bring this up every time Kris Kobach's name is mentioned so nobody forgets.  he went to extraordinary legal lengths as Secretary of State in Kansas to block any investigation in what appeared to be pretty blatant electronic voting fraud in favor of the GOP in his state.  This guy who has written voter ID laws for states nationwide because he is supposedly so concerned about voter fraud, ran the other way when it was probably uncovered in his state.

A KS mathematics professor  who was doing research on polling models vs results uncovered a curious statistical anomaly showing that  the GOP consistently outperformed the polling models, but only in heavily Democratic areas...and...curiously, by PRECISELY the same amount to four significant digits.   When she asked the few counties that use voting machines with paper back-up tapes for access to those tapes, Kobach suued to prevent her, arguing that state law forbid their release (a p[osition not shared by many legal experts)

Curiously however, no law prevented KOBACH< as Secretary of State from launching his own investigation and reviewing those tapes as part of it, but for some reason this man so deeply concerned about election fraud, never did


Let me guess, because looking into it would validate the elitist professor who just wants to make trouble?

This is the kind of projection bullshiat that led me to literally buy tar and feathers to use as a prop when I see my congressman. But since that dumbass shot that other congressman my congressman has been trying to link my Indivisible group to violence despite no evidence or facts to support it, just a vauge "violent left" hint in the air. The insulation and dismissiveness from someone who is ALREADY getting propped up by Paul Ryan PAC money pisses me off.
 
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