Uniparty Embed Jason Chaffetz: “We Won’t Investigate Voter Fraud”….

We would be failing in our due diligence if we did not point out a history of UniParty affiliations and the subsequent willful blindness.  First, today’s UniParty useful headline:

jason-chaffetz-voter-fraudWASHINGTON DC – House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) said he has not witnessed any signs of the national voting fraud that President Trump has claimed.

“On the voter fraud issue, that really happens at the county level,” he told reporters Wednesday, according to CNN. “I don’t see any evidence.”

“But the president has 100,000 people at the Department of Justice, and if he wants to have an investigation, have at it,” Chaffetz added at the congressional Republican retreat in Philadelphia. “I just don’t see any evidence of it.”  (read more)

Ah, yes, there’s Rep Chaffetz coming out of the shadows to protect the swamp – again.

Remember the IRS hearings that went no-where? Remember the House Committee hearings on Clinton’s email use that went no-where?… and more importantly: Remember the 2010 Tea Party led surge against the usurping GOPe agents and the push to have Jason Chaffetz challenge Senator Orrin Hatch?

Oh yes, there’s a history here to track the exact moment when Chaffetz joined the UniParty.  That moment when he retracted his challenge to Senator Hatch and took the payoff from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in combination with the McConnell constructed promise of a major House Committee chairmanship if he removed himself from the equation.

That was the decision point, the exact moment, when Representative Jason Chaffetz chose to align with the internal construct of the DC UniParty apparatus.

Everything from that moment seven years ago forward to today has been constitutional patriots pushing the candle of accountability under the horsehair holding up the Sword of Damocles; and hidden in the background Representative Chaffetz sneakily blowing out the flame each time.

Look back.  Look closely.  Don’t take our word for it….

Look at actions, not words.

You’ll see.

The apparatus and institutional structure sustains itself.  It presents the impression of opposition.  However, it is an impression – nothing more.

Inasmuch as candidate Donald Trump immediately exposed the “crony conservative” George Will, Bill Kristol, Krauthammer, NRO et al, and the hidden ideology of the media apparatus…. so too does the arrival of President Trump in Washington DC expose the hidden ideology of elected representatives who have advanced a false and self-serving presentation for more than a few election cycles….

…. It’s often disconcerting to accept, but the more dangerous enemy is usually within the wire.

Never trump crowdJason Chaffetz

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The risk:  “The People’s President“…

[…] Yes, there is another government concealed behind the one that is visible at either end of Pennsylvania Avenue, a hybrid entity of public and private institutions ruling the country according to consistent patterns in season and out, connected to, but only intermittently controlled by, the visible state whose leaders we choose.

[…] The Deep State does not consist of the entire government. It is a hybrid of national security and law enforcement agencies: the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Justice Department. I also include the Department of the Treasury because of its jurisdiction over financial flows, its enforcement of international sanctions and its organic symbiosis with Wall Street. All these agencies are coordinated by the Executive Office of the President via the National Security Council.

Certain key areas of the judiciary belong to the Deep State, such as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, whose actions are mysterious even to most members of Congress. Also included are a handful of vital federal trial courts, such as the Eastern District of Virginia and the Southern District of Manhattan, where sensitive proceedings in national security cases are conducted.

The final government component (and possibly last in precedence among the formal branches of government established by the Constitution) is a kind of rump Congress consisting of the congressional leadership and some (but not all) of the members of the defense and intelligence committees.  (read more)

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315 Responses to Uniparty Embed Jason Chaffetz: “We Won’t Investigate Voter Fraud”….

  1. feralcatsblog says:

    “…. It’s often disconcerting to accept, but the more dangerous enemy is usually within the wire.”

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.
    – Marcus Tullius Cicero

    Liked by 26 people

    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Sounds like a perfect description of McConnell/
      Notice in photos he always whispering/
      definitely a close talker/ ALWAYS LOOKS GUILTY/

      Liked by 4 people

    • Jerry Bauer says:

      Great post!

      Liked by 3 people

    • RP says:

      Can I add…

      “If I had but one bullet and were faced by both an enemy and a traitor, I would let the traitor have it.”
      Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

      ^^^This is the attitude we all must adopt and ensure our government representatives understand we are serious and take to heart. There MUST be consequences – these people have literally and figuratively enslaved us and our heirs.

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      • stonedome says:

        torches and pitchforks could be in vogue again

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      • dekare says:

        Damn well said sir.
        Gee, I don’t see it so it must not be happening. WTF is wrong with this moron? I hate RINO’s more than I hate democrats…and I hate me some democrats.

        There are people in jail right now for voter fraud. Does this guy not have a computer? Go to youtube and you can easily find videos of people ADMITTING they voted several times. There are districts that have over 100% voter turnout. There are candidates that have gotten more votes than people that voted. Aren’t the dems screamin their heads off about voter hacking and russians messing with our votes? Is he being obtuse?

        I bet when he loses his next election, he will be screaming how he is a victim of voter fraud.

        So, he didn’t see his wife having an affair, so it didn’t happen. He didn’t see his kid using drugs and having sex, so it didn’t happen. This guy is living in lala land. Smarmy jackass.

        Jerkoff.

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        • whoseyore says:

          My sister is from Illinois and her daughter has been married (with a new last name) and living three hours away from her for 3 years now and she is still listed under her maiden name in the books in her home town. Since they don’t ask to see any ID, anyone could have said they were her and voted. It has to be rampant in Illinois.

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    • mike says:

      Last chance before we wake up dispossessed in a hostile country occupied by enemies bent on genocide.

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    • Kenyon Hull says:

      We have had a traitor within the gates for the past eight years, more pointedly, within the white house. But more to the point, I would have Chaffetz look within the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) where a voter registration is embedded in the application. These are sent to the states and the newly enabled “voters” are not vetted as to whether they are citizens.
      How about that for some fraud Mister Ignorant. Go run that trail down and catch a few non-citizen voters! Chafe me, you are going down, buddy for your acts against a wholesome America.

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    • Julie Francisco says:

      Call or Email Jason Chaffetz and direct him to this article, let him know he is under a microscope. We need to unite in our campaign to drain the swamp and let these politicians continue to hear our voice loud and clear! Apparently they are tone deaf!!!

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    • deplorableinmt says:

      Call this uniparty member and direct him to this article, let him know he is under a microscope that he needs to get in line! Apparently these swamp creatures are tone deaf and did not hear our recent roar so we need to keep roaring louder at them. Inundate them with calls, emails, letters until they understand that we outnumber them on a yuuuuuuuge scale.

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    • Donald says:

      Wonderful quote, feralcatsblog.
      The traitor from within acts just like a virus: it impersonates your body’s own matter in order to gain entry into your cell, where, still undetected, it begins to replicate itself until the body recognizes the invader and sends an army of killers to destroy it.
      So listen up, viruses. I have the distinct priviledge and high honor of introducing to you, Donald J Trump, your Tormenter-in- Chief!
      Get out while you can!

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  2. Sentient says:

    Should we have national election standards? Or would a national law aimed at reining in fraud by Dems in some states eventually lead to a future democrat congress using federalized voting standards to facilitate even more fraud?

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    • babethebeagle says:

      I’ve been mulling the idea of an upgrade to our flimsy paper social security cards. Maybe have something like the National ID card that Mexico has? There should be someway to prove you are a citizen. States definitely need to clean up their voter rolls,

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      • fuzzi says:

        I do NOT want the Feds making us all register for their ID. Nope, uh uh, nada, it smells too much like more control, and would be ripe for abuse.

        Having all states be required to provide state voter ID for elections would be smarter, and safer, imo.

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        • readygo137 says:

          They have all the info they want in SS cards and Medicare cards. Do you own a home or file taxes. Did you ever buy a car? Do you have a credit card or debit car, banking or checking account. Get the picture? Getting a FED ID is SUCH a big deal. Wake up FIZZI! If they want info on you they already have it.

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        • Ip Siscr says:

          Repealing the 17th Amendment would help.

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        • stonedome says:

          if you read older ss cards, it specifically says “not for identification purposes”. so what has happened? obviously it was a number system already in place that has been twisted to track your every move…it’s too late, you should have protested 40 years ago

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      • Orygun says:

        The lefty states which includes the major cities have been spinning votes for years. There is a reason that these states haven’t had anything but Democrat leadership for years. Look what they did to CA after Reagan left. They purposely went in there to make sure a conservative never became Governor again…. ever!
        I hate to say it but the Federal gov is the only way we can insure another honest election. The problem is to do it without over reach.

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      • dekare says:

        Damn good point beaglebabe. How does a shithole turd world country like messico have national ID cards and here is America, we can’t do it?

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  3. xyzlatin says:

    President Trump is asking for opinions and input from the Repubs gathered there. I wonder if he is using this issue to flush out opposition and get a measure of each person? (Just like he flushed out the MSM and also NeverTrumpers?) A lot of those lawmakers have been trying to fly under the radar.

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  4. Timmy-the-Ute says:

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    • Orygun says:

      Was just going to post this! Well done Timmy! I like how she explained they didn’t ask her any questions that would get any real answers to voter fraud.
      We will lose our country if this isn’t cleaned up!

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  5. kathyca says:

    Why do Mormons hate Trump? lol Ronna Romney is a concern, imo

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    • COLibertyBelle says:

      Not all, Kathy. I am Mormon, but I am a fiercely proud American. And I love our President Trump like no other. All I can tell you is that although I knew and supported him from the very start, it took awhile for many of my friends and fellow Mormons to come around…but they have indeed, and ours are among the millions of prayers that go out each and every day for President Trump, his family and our mighty nation.

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      • NebraskaFilly says:

        My sister is also Mormon and has been on the Trump Train from the beginning. One needs to look closely at this new bill Chaffetz has submitted: “H.R.622 – To terminate the law enforcement functions of the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management and to provide block grants to States for the enforcement of Federal law on Federal land under the jurisdiction of these agencies, and for other purposes.” Probably some lawyerly word-twisting involved but looks good on the surface.
        https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/622

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    • TheseTruths says:

      http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2016/08/why_mormons_don_t_like_donald_trump.html
      Mike Lee: “Citing one of the darkest days of the Mormons’ long history of enduring state-sponsored religious persecution, Lee continued, the Mormons are ‘a people who were ordered exterminated by the governor of Missouri in 1838. And statements like … [banning Muslims from the U.S.] make them nervous.’”

      “Chaffetz told a group of 50 Utah Muslims that Trump’s call to ban Muslims is un-American, immoral, and does not represent ‘who we are as a people.’”

      “The Mormons’ past has helped them empathize with the predicament of Muslim Americans; Mormon empathy for Mexicans is more a product of the church’s present. With close to 1,400,000 church members, Mexico is second only to the U.S. as the nation with the largest Mormon population.”

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Mike Lee is living in his own head – quite common with crazy people. 1838 Mormons are not 2017 terrorists. Mike Lee – what a maroon.

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      • fuzzi says:

        Obviously Chaffetz and Lee don’t bother to look beyond the MSM headlines, President Trump did NOT say he would ban Muslims.

        Bunchaidiots.

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      • NvMtnOldman says:

        The Mormon church brings in people from all over, like the Mexicans, Tongans etc to increase their membership and so do all other religions. They care less about the damage to the US.

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      • mopar2016 says:

        That’s the problem.
        These organized religions are vested in big money deals with the feds and the UN.
        Together they bring the third world and the muslim cult to our country.
        They need to take their passion for the third world TO the third world.
        Move there and fight for reforms, instead of turning America into a third world dump.

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    • fluffyfang says:

      Didn’t Utah vote for Trump? Didn’t McMullin come in third in Utah?

      Hasn’t the Pope said a number of unflattering things about Trump? Aren’t there a number of Catholics that don’t like Trump? To be fair then, and use the same standard, why not ask, “Why do Catholics hate Trump?”

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        i agree with you Fluff and Libertybelle…..Romney really gave Mormons a black eye….why you all dont toss him overboard is confounding.

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      • readygo137 says:

        Being Catholic here in the US, TRUMP is more popular within the Catholics than this POPE is?

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      • kathyca says:

        I personally know some Mormons who are for Trump. I was thinking mostly of the Mormons who hold public office, like the ones mentioned in the Slate article, including Chaffetz, obviously. It started with me wondering whether he was LDS since he was from Utah but has an ethnic last name. Turns out he’s a convert.

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      • Larry Ivy says:

        Yes they did but in defiance of a lot of the Church Leadership. My friends who were Mormon agree with the above, the church’s primary goal is members. Their goals were gun rights, abortion, and the Supreme Court.

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  6. Beverly says:

    Here’s that hidden camera video of the NYC Board of Elections Commissioner talking AT LENGTH about how RAMPANT voter fraud is: Now that it’s public, Mayor Bolshevik Deblasio has canned him.

    http://projectveritas.com/video/hidden-camera-nyc-democratic-election-commissioner-i-think-there-is-a-lot-of-voter-fraud

    Tell me again, is voter ID enough? Heck no: the Dims game that system, too.

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  7. Linda says:

    Anyone who claims there is no evidence of voter fraud is lying through their teeth. The Project Veritas videos alone had a Democrat operative claiming they’ve been bussing people around for 50 years. I’ve seen plenty of other videos of fraudulent activities at the polls as well. If they haven’t seen any voter fraud it’s only because they’ve closed their eyes, plugged their ears, and been yelling “la-la-la” any time it’s been brought up.

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  8. toriangirl says:

    Oh yes “we” will.

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  9. wvcoalman says:

    This so called “conservative” Jason Chaffetz (if that is his real name) should be investigated for impersonating a U.S. Congressman. Chaffetz is a voter’s fraud.

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  10. EbonyRapror says:

    I knew there would be resistance from the GOPe because I understood who their master is, and it isn’t their constituents, but I didn’t have an appreciation for just how much they are controlled. We are witnessing a choreography of resistance. The puppets dance in and then out when another dances in. It’s like a pack of hyenas attacking a lone lion. Darting in to nip and then retreating when the lion focuses on the attacker only to have another hyena dart in and nip on the other side. It seems this is the tactic being employed to slow and stymie Trump without exposing the puppets in a frontal attack. They agree on one thing while someone else disagrees only to have the roles reversed on a different subject. Trump is strong, but these weasels are in their element – it’s their battleground and they know the terrain well. They will try to box him in and slow his momentum until he either (1) gets frustrated enough to step in a trap, or (2) he loses public support because the economy isn’t picking up and providing the jobs he promised.

    I’m reminded this is going to take a lot of prayer from a lot of God’s people.

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    • babethebeagle says:

      We are fools if we think Trump can’t do this without our support. Winning the election was just the first battle. We’ll face many more if we want to win the war. We need to stand by Trump, and engage the enemy at every turn.

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  11. Rox says:

    I am so bothered by how mouthy these people are towards President Trump. They didn’t speak to Obama in such a rude manner.

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  12. b4im2old says:

    Wow! I was not aware JC was such a black hat! Nor had I ever heard about the “consent decree” from the early 80’s! Good grief! Hope Pres Trump knows about that and can get the folks in place to get that sucker over turned! Thanks Sentient for bringing it up, and SD for the link to the wnd article on it! As always, I come here to get educated, and Sundance YOU and the Treepers never disappoint! Bet there are tons of people like myself who never knew about the cs, and now that we’ve got the majority of people behind the POTUS and support growing daily, there’s no better time than now to reach for the brass ring and get rid of it!!! …but then again, Pres Trump is usually so many moves ahead in this multidimensional chess game, that could very well be why he brought it up now!! If he’s not, surely his staff that follows SD will bring it to his attention! Sharing the link to this article, and to the wnd one too (as I do many!)

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  13. mari says:

    Chaffetz sounds like he has an agenda to keep illegal aliens on the rolls. Is it the voter rolls he wants to keep intact, or is it the worker rolls he’s protecting? Something smells fishy Chaffetz. I’d like to get to the bottom of this by investigating the voter rolls for voter fraud. I support President Trump.

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  14. distracted2 says:

    This thread has been enlightening – in so many ways!

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  15. Greg says:

    Wasn’t Chaffetz part of the committee that listened to Catherine Engelbrecht? What a blind ostrich he is. When conservatives are over a sensitive target the left usually declares a subject out of bounds for discussion or ridicules any changes as unnecessary. Why is voter ID enforcement out of bounds? This maybe the most important issue Trump investigates otherwise future elections will be decided by Mexican citizens who believe SE USA is rightfully theirs anyway.

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  16. furtive says:

    Backstory:
    Jadon’s dad’s 1st wife was kitty 🐱 Dukakis, his step mother. He has step siblings.
    Jason, born Jewish, is a convert to the Book 📚 of Morman from the 5 books 📚 of Moses after he moved to Utah.
    He is a convert to Republi CON from Demorat – after Mike Dukakis lost the 1982 election to “poppy” psychopath bush. (He was dukakis’ Utah chair- Utah lost)

    Wherever the wind blows

    Voter fraud is not a subject like the Benghazi kangaroo court theater 🎭 , which he could deceive.

    Daryl Issa would have held hearings…ge almost list his seat. Dud to illegal voting.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Thanks. What a backstory. Someone needs to make a family tree out of this so we can keep posting a usual image to remind us (above my pay grade). We could call it Traitor Tree and add branches as necessary.

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  17. About that IRS Investigation. I remember Koskinen getting asked all sorts of technical questions about Lerner’s emails that went missing. He “wasn’t a technical guy” was the narrative. Thought to self at the time where have I heard that name before…search engine said Clinton’s Y2K “Expert”. Oh yes now I recall. Sigh.

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  18. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    How do you get evidence, if you don’t investigate? You investigate allegations and look for evidence. If there is none, well and good; if there is, you act on it. If there really were virtually no voter fraud, no one would care if it was investigated–in fact, such an investigation would be welcomed.

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    • Nordic Breed says:

      “How do you get evidence if you don’t investigate?”

      Right there is the money question. O’Keefe’s videos alone give credible cause to investigate and unearth every possible way voter fraud, and let’s not forget election fraud are and have been taking place. Once the actors are uncovered, prosecute them to the full extent of the law. Follow every trail to the instigators. See if we can bring instigators up on charges of treason along with all the other charges. Now is the time to act to protect our country.

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    • fuzzi says:

      “The lady doth protesteth too much, methinks.”

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      • deplorableinmt says:

        Continue to protest, protest, protest we have been the silent majority for too long!!! No more!!! We will not be silenced by ignorant comments or riots, get on board or find a country of sheep to move to.

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    • furtive says:

      Oversight leads from behind. They follow up after a crime is committed. NEVER BEFORE.

      So if Sessions hires a special prosecutor, Jason will waste taxpayer $$ & do a parallel public investigation.

      No witness is ever punished on Capitol Hill, so the comittees are show trials anyway,

      The only way a person(s) would be charged is if DOJ decided. That means every chief election official in every county of the states charged, & the programmers of the tabulating machines, & the CEO of the machines ( Soros!) would be implicated in a conspiracy to commit fraud.

      Of course DNC / Hil 🤥 liar y EMAIL EVIDENCE WOULD HELP.!!!

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    “But the president has 100,000 people at the Department of Justice, and if he wants to have an investigation, have at it,” Chaffetz added at the congressional Republican retreat in Philadelphia. “I just don’t see any evidence of it.”’

    Prefect. Traitor Chaffetz relinquishing his role in investigating voter fraud. Passing baton to DOJ. Prefect. Sessons…all in due time. Patience. Traitor will be exposed.

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  20. Jon612 says:

    In MN, you only need a utility bill to register to vote. The gas and electric services in my area have a Spanish menu when you call. They only ask for your name and location for the service. They (utility’s) do NOT check on your immigration status, nor do they verify that you are a real person.

    These politicians say there is no evidence of fraud because there is absolutely NOTHING in place to verify who, it or what is voting. I put the electric bill in my name, my cat gets the water bill and my truck takes care of the gas bill.

    Imagine shopping at a store that does not have employee’s and does not keep record of inventory. The customer is responsible to make sure they pay for everything. Would they have any evidence to suggest that there was any theft?

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    • furtive says:

      He s like Evan McMullen. Once accepted always indoctrinated CIA. All major newspapers & broadcasting networks have em.

      How do you think he crushed Nixon over NOTHING!

      Deep Throat was deep director if the CIA.

      CIA Lifers areTRUMP’S GREATEST ENEMY.

      Remember that.

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  21. Blaze says:

    Does Trey Gowdy, Chaffetz or Darrell Issa ever win at anything?

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  22. mg says:

    Does Chaffetz still beat all of his mormon wives? What a fricken hack. Sturdy oak branch and hemp rope.

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    • Old Codger says:

      Just like Colorado’s Cory Gardner! A Tea Party “convert ‘ from a life-long DEM family tradition. Once he gets to DC, Gardner votes pro-Obama 90% of the time!

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  23. C-Low says:

    Marcus Tullius Cicero > Quotes > Quotable Quote
    Marcus Tullius Cicero
    “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

    I sure hope fully expect that Trump is making a list of all those on BOTH sides of the isle that will be on the chopping block come the mid terms.

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  24. Pf Mahan says:

    Chafass is a fraud, and he looks like he might be hiding quite a few skeletons in the closet

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  25. Oldtradesman says:

    So there is little evidence of voter fraud? There’s little evidence of texting while driving. There’s little evidence of spitting on sidewalks. There’s little evidence of teenagers violating curfews. There’s little evidence of jaywalking. Yet we see these crimes happening all of the time. The evidence is almost always anecdotal and is, therefore, rejected by those who have an interest in rejecting it. There is little evidence of these crimes because the victims are few, the practical implementation of enforcement standards is difficult, or the implementation is considered to be a violation of civil rights.

    In most states voter registration requirements are low. The validation of voter registration is non-existent, chiefly because the tools for validation are denied us. Voter registration in this country is based upon an honor system. It is a joke exploited by those having an interest in doing so.

    With no witnesses around the class smartass knuckle punches a weaker kid in the solar plexus, causing him to double over in pain for several minutes. Later, when the principal confronts young smartass about the assault the kid says, “Prove it!” This is the game the Left is playing.

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  26. Not Chicken Little says:

    If Chaffetz doesn’t see any evidence it’s only because he’s not looking.

    Maybe he’s also just very easy to fool. Hey, as long as he doesn’t see any evidence, the crooks can do what they want, it’s fine with him.

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  27. londonbach says:

    Here is an excellent & meticulously researched report on the career of UniParty troll, Bob “Watergate” Woodward. For decades Bob Woodward’s subversion has weakened this Republic: https://www.commentarymagazine.com/articles/bob-woodwards-sins-omission/

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  28. NvMtnOldman says:

    Voter fraud can be stopped by , Photo ID, one day voting. Mai in ballots for Military and emergencies. The way it used to be.

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    • deplorableinmt says:

      Is there anyway we can create a data base that contains all the members of Congress, their voting information, recent press releases, contact info., etc? A database that the American taxpayer could easily access to see what their congress person is doing and be able to contact them easily to voice concern or praise. As it is right now the average working American is so strapped for time that to hunt and investigate is not always a possibility. I am in no means able to do this as I am a technology handicap but would certainly be able to input data. To all you tech brains out there is this possible?

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  31. Cheesehead Chuck says:

    Chaffetz looks like a pedo perv who would engage in immoral and/or illegal acts with knee length black dress socks on.

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  32. James O'Malley says:

    By saying this he’s basically telling us that he was fraudulently elected. A smart man would’ve kept his mouth shut, but apparently he’s not all that smart, is he?

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  33. Ace says:

    Now you know why the corrupt media waited until the middle of the night to call the election…they were waiting for the expected theft!

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  34. wasntme says:

    He won’t investigate without proof of voter fraud, and there won’t be any proof unless he investigates.

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  35. mg says:

    This just in – Chaffetz continues to beat his mormon wives.

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  36. What a tool. Sometimes you have to do some investigating in order to find evidence of a crime.

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  37. Bert Darrell says:

    U.S.Rep. Chaffetz reminds me of Tom Ford, the clothes designer who said he wouldn’t dress Melania. But, who asked him to do so? Nobody! And who asked Chaffetz to investigate voting fraud? Same answer. This hallway worm thinks he’s the only person who can investigate anything. I’m beginning to think that there are two major criteria to receive support from a political party to run for Federal office: being corrupt and/or being stupid. Fortunately, there are some minor criteria, like being honest and principled, and the few who meet them manage on their own.

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  38. NJ Transplant says:

    I am so happy that President Trump is investigating voter fraud. Look at Detroit. 37% of the precincts had more votes than registered voters who voted. The Michigan recount was stopped because of Detroit. Now, I just saw an article that the city clerk of Detroit, Janice Winfrey (related?) did an internal investigation and it showed no voter fraud. What else do you call it? We are supposed to believe that it was coincidence that 37% of the Detroit precincts had more votes than voters. The absentee ballots are where a lot of the fraud occurs. I remember Megyn Kelly saying on election night that they were waiting for a bunch of handwritten ballots to be delivered to Detroit that could affect the vote. She was actually saying that at 2 in the morning like those ballots were legitimate and not fraudulent.

    I can’t even imagine what happened in Chicago, Philadelphia and NYC. There was a video of the head of the NYC election board saying that there is widespread voter fraud in NYC, Every election, the Republicans think they have a chance in PA. Every election, except this one, the Republican always loses. The reason for the loss is always that the Philadelphia area is heavily democratic.

    The reason everyone in the MSM thought Hillary would win was because the fix was in with the Philly and Detroit voting. Trump must have won in an unimaginable landslide to win in PA and MI.

    I sent an email to President Trump after the information about Detroit came out. I advised him to do a large scale audit. I told him if he didn’t, he would lose in 4 years. If he doesn’t take charge now, the Democrats will work overtime with fake and dead voters and ballot stuffing, whether physical or electronic.

    One of my favorite memories of NJ was when Obama sent Holder to NJ to make sure there were enough Spanish translators at the voting booths in New Brunswick. How many citizens do we have who don’t speak any English in NJ? We are not talking about Puerto Rico here. I knew when I heard about Holder in NJ on election day that massive numbers of illegals are voting and the federal government was helping them to do it.

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  39. Patriot 1 says:

    Thank you Utah for your sell out!

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  40. Chuck says:

    A little more about the author, Mike Lofgren:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Lofgren

    For example, this:

    In September 2011, Lofgren published an essay entitled Goodbye to All That: Reflections of a GOP Operative Who Left the Cult on the website Truthout. In it he explains why he retired when he did, writing that he was “appalled at the headlong rush of Republicans to embrace policies that are deeply damaging to this country’s future; and contemptuous of the feckless, craven incompetence of Democrats in their half-hearted attempts to stop them.” He charged that both major American political parties are “rotten captives to corporate loot”, but that while Democrats are merely weak and out of touch, the Republican Party is “becoming more like an apocalyptic cult”. He particularly described Republicans as caring exclusively about their rich donors; being psychologically predisposed toward war; and pandering to the anti-intellectual, science-hostile, religious fundamentalist fringe. Lofgren wrote that the Tea Party is “filled with lunatics” and that lawmakers used the “routine” vote to raise the debt limit—which Congress has done 87 times since the end of World War II—to create “an entirely artificial fiscal crisis”.[3] The essay received widespread media attention because of Lofgren’s status as a long-term, respected Republican civil servant. Truthout reported the piece received “over a million views”.[4][5][6][7][8]

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