Fraudulent commission

President Trump’s commission on election integrity, chaired by VP Pence and co-chaired by secretary of state for Kansas, Kris Kobach, just sent out letters to all 50 states requesting information about voting in their states. The states have pushed back and said they will not comply with the request.

The problem lies with the states providing the voting rolls containing the information on every voter in the state. This includes the full name, address, last 4 digits of their social security numbers and the voter’s voting history for the past six years. This is not the only information they wanted it by Friday. The commission claims it needs this information to determine the extent of the allege voter fraud claimed by President Trump in the 2016 election.

There are some on the left who claim that this is an attempt by the Republicans to suppress voting. President Trump is schedule to meet with Putin at the G20 conference. That information would make hacking for the Russians all that much easier in the next election. No wonder the Trump White House is not making an effort to combat the hacking of our elections to them it is just the Democratic party that gets hack not a big deal to them at all.

Secretary of state Kris Kobach for the state of Kansas will not comply with the request for the information. Now don’t that just beat all! What are you , Secretary Kobach? President Trump would like to know since he is upset that the states are not complying with the commission and claims they are hiding something.

Charles M. Reeder

Montoursville

Submitted by Virtual Newsroom

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