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L.A. Times Calls for Trump to ‘Disband’ ‘Sham’ Voter Fraud Commission

by ASSEMBLYMAN TIM DONNELLY – 10 Jul 2017

The Los Angeles Times published a lengthy editorial Friday dismissing Trump’s voter fraud commission — the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (PEIC) — as a “sham.”

The 864-word piece, “Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission is a Sham. That doesn’t mean our election system is perfect,”— ridicules the commission, trashing the voter fraud panel’s mission and leadership as “illegitimate”:

Donald J. Trump became president by winning the Electoral College despite collecting nearly 3 million fewer votes nationwide than his opponent. To Trump, the popular vote results weren’t simply a reflection of his campaign strategy or large blue-state populations. They were proof of election fraud.


Not coincidentally, the commission also tapped into an ongoing argument between Republicans, who say voter fraud is a real problem that needs to be addressed with new safeguards at the polls, and Democrats, who say fraud is a smokescreen that the GOP is using to justify its voter-suppression tactics.

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The crux of the piece is a frontal assault on Kobach, who also happens to be Kansas’s Secretary of State

The Times recommends: “disband this commission and send Kobach back to Kansas.”

On Monday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit against the voter fraud commission.

Tim Donnelly is a former California State Assemblyman and author, currently on a book tour for his new book: Patriot Not Politician: Win or Go Homeless. He ran for governor in 2014.


Read more at Breitbart: http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/07/10/la-times-voter-fraud-deniers-call-for-trump-to-disband-his-sham-commission/

Photo: Richard Vogel / Associated Press


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  1. Of course, the Los Angeles Times argues against an election integrity commission! Those of us who have served as election observers in California know why. We were trained by the Election Integrity Project and our group was sent to Sacramento County on election day in 2012. Most of the polling places did not follow proper procedures, and that is an understatement. The voter rolls have not been updated, and there is no ID required. Illegal aliens have drivers licenses and voter registration can be done at the DMV. IMHO, California will strongly object because the state has a lot to hide.

    Election Integrity Project: https://www.electionintegrityproject.com/
    True the Vote: https://truethevote.org/
    It’s Official: Clinton’s Popular Vote Win Came Entirely From California: http://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/its-official-clintons-popular-vote-win-came-entirely-from-california/

    1. It’s even worse than that, Nancy. Hillary’s entire popular vote margin came from 2 cities, the 5 boroughs of NYC (1.5 million) and LA County (1.3 million).

  2. Me thinks the Left doth protest too much. As Nancy notes, they have a lot to hide. I did some research this past year on snowbirds from northern states who vote early before heading south in the fall and then vote again when they get to their southern, winter home. Just to put the numbers in perspective, there are over 150,000 snowbirds in Palm Beach County, FL alone. If only 1% of them double vote that would be 3 times Bush’s margin of victory in Florida in 2000, and I would be the number is substantially higher than 1% My neighbor and his wife spend winters near Tampa, and he has openly bragged about voting in Indiana and again in Florida. (bet you can’t guess what his party affiliation is) There were over 127 million votes cast in 2016 for President. It’s not a stretch at all to believe that 2-3% of that total were people voting multiple times, dead people voting (why is it that only dead Democrats vote. Are dead Republicans not smart enough to pull it off?), and people who are not eligible to vote voting anyway. Millions of early votes, up to a month or more in advance plus absentee voting are just open invitations to fraud.

  3. Aliens legally here with green cards (actually pink) get a drivers license that in some states automatically puts them on the voter rolls who then receive a ballot via mail. Furthermore, states (in disarray) like CA, illegals get a drivers license a well and a mail in ballot but are not eligible to vote. The pathetic laissez-faire republican party just looks the other way.

    The 15th Amendment clearly states: “The RIGHT of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”

    The 24th Amendment also makes it clear: “The RIGHT of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.”

    Therefore, a drivers license, which is fee linked, or a tax, is not a legal means to provide a ballot.

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