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Voting Rights Groups Cheer As Trump's 'Fraudulent' Election Integrity Commission Dissolves


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Voting Rights Groups Cheer As Trump's 'Fraudulent' Election Integrity Commission Dissolves

Julia Conley, staff writer

"The claim of widespread voter fraud in the United States is in fact, fraud. The demise of this commission should put this issue to rest."


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This is a setback for the forces of white nationalism but surely their attempts to suppress the votes of non-whites will not cease. They believe they are defending white people against the policies of liberals. To stop them will take a strong effort to make it easier for everyone to vote.


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I’m sure many folks here have read Greg Palast’s work on Crosscheck, a voter surpression scheme engendered and promoted by Kris Kobach. What is now needed is to eliminate Crosscheck from the 27 mostly red states that used it in the 2016 election. Time to get to work, people! See if your state is guilty of this!

Here’s an article from Salon that originally appeared on Alternet: https://www.salon.com/2017/01/10/the-massive-election-rigging-scandal-the-media-ignored_partner/

Oddly enough, not even Hillary nor the DNC wanted to challenge the vote count. Hmmm…

And here is a map our those states: https://healthofstatedemocracies.org/factors/intercross.html


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It strikes me that this is simply a way to deflect from the real fraud they are perpetrating with gerrymandering and “faulty” voting machines and all the many schemes of repressing voter turn out. As if this were not enough we have a system that enables a two-sided One Party System to prevail.


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The 45 states wouldn’t pass on the info. is BS. My state is a good example. Making noise about handing over info. to the public, when in reality they had already given the information to them.