Trump and Pence Deliver Remarks During Inaugural Meeting on Election Integrity…

Earlier in the year President Trump established a commission to review U.S. election integrity.  Earlier today the first meeting of that Commission on Providing Election Integrity took place.

The meeting video is below which begins with remarks by Vice-President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump. (A Transcript follows):

[Transcript] 11:28 A.M. EDT – THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, good morning. Please be seated. On behalf of the First Family, welcome to the White House. And welcome to the inaugural meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

Just over two months ago, on May the 11th, President Trump signed an executive order to create a commission to, in his words, help to “promote fair and honest federal elections” — the foundation of our democracy.

Election integrity matters to every American. President Calvin Coolidge reminded us, in his words, that the “whole system of American government rests on the ballot box.” And President Reagan declared that the “right to vote is the crown jewel of American liberties.”

By establishing this commission, President Trump is taking action to ensure that the ballot box remains inviolate, and that the crown jewel shines brighter than ever before.

At the President’s direction, I’ll have the honor to serve as chairman of this commission. And it’s a privilege to convene this first meeting today. President Trump knows that the integrity of our electoral system transcends party lines, and I’m grateful this commission has brought together a distinguished group of bipartisan election experts and public officials from federal, state, and the local level. And together, this bipartisan group will perform a truly non-partisan service to the American people.

I’d especially like to recognize our vice-chairman, who you’ll hear more from after the President’s remarks, a man whose long service has established him as a national leader on election integrity, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach. I also, as a point of personal privilege, would like to express my thanks and appreciation to Indian’s Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, who joins us as a part of this panel.

President Trump knows that the principle of “one person, one vote” is foundational to the American system of democracy. This commission has been charged to study the registration and voting processes used in federal elections. The commission will identify the laws, rules, policies, activities, strategies, and practices that will enhance the American people’s confidence in the integrity of our electoral system. We’ll also explore the vulnerabilities in our system that could lead to improper voter registration and even improper voting.

This commission, let me be clear — this commission has no preconceived notions or preordained results. We’re fact-finders. And in the days ahead, we will gather the relevant facts and data, and at the conclusion of our work, we will present the President with a report of our findings.

I’m confident this commission will have a healthy and robust debate, but the President and I expect nothing less, because respectful debate is also a hallmark of our democracy. And I know that we’ll find many areas of common ground, as well.

I’m pleased to report that the commission has already started its work, requesting publicly available data, and we are grateful for the more than 30 states that have already indicated their intention to provide this information, pursuant to the laws of their states.

Today is just the first of several meetings that the commission will hold in the coming months. Today we will hear from each of the commission’s members. Each of you brings a unique perspective based on your experience and your research, and we welcome your participation and your insights.

I’d like to note that our commission includes five current and former secretaries of state. And Secretary Kobach and I look forward to working with each one of you, as the chief election officers from across America, to foster a collaborative and respectful relationship for the benefit of your states’ voters and our nation’s electoral process.

And finally, as the Commission on Election Integrity begins its work, I’d like to personally invite the American people to offer their public comments and input on our work, and the challenges and opportunities that face our electoral system.

We want to hear the voice of the American voter — because that’s really what this is all about. You know, it’s the greatest privilege of my life to serve as Vice President to a President who cares so deeply about the integrity of America’s elections and the right of each and every American to see the sanctity of their vote protected.

This President knows that the success of our democracy depends on the American people’s confidence in this electoral system. And the President and I are both confident that this bipartisan commission will make the strongest democracy in the history of the world even stronger.

And so with gratitude for his commitment to fair and honest elections, it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to all of you the 45th President of the United States of America, President Donald Trump.

♦ THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Please, be seated. Mr. Vice President, distinguished guests, and members of the media: I’m honored to welcome you here today as the bipartisan Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity prepares to conduct its first official meeting. Very, very important.

This commission is tasked with the sacred duty of upholding the integrity of the ballot box and the principle of “one citizen, one vote.” Every time voter fraud occurs, it cancels out the vote of a lawful citizen and undermines democracy. Can’t let that happen. Any form of illegal or fraudulent voting, whether by non-citizens or the deceased, and any form of voter suppression or intimidation must be stopped.

I’m pleased that more than 30 states have already agreed to share the information with the commission and the other states. That information will be forthcoming. If any state does not want to share this information, one has to wonder what they’re worried about. And I asked the Vice President, I asked the commission: What are they worried about? There’s something. There always is.

This issue is very important to me because, throughout the campaign and even after it, people would come up to me and express their concerns about voter inconsistencies and irregularities, which they saw. In some cases, having to do with very large numbers of people in certain states. All public officials have a profound responsibility to protect the integrity of the vote. We have no choice. If we want to make America great again, we have to protect the integrity of the vote and our voters.

This is not a Democrat or a Republican issue, it’s an American issue. It’s about the concern of so many Americans that improper voting has taken place and canceling out the votes of lawful American citizens. That is why President Theodore Roosevelt once said, it is the affair of every honest voter, wherever born, to see that no fraudulent voting is allowed anywhere.

I want to thank Vice President Pence for chairing the commission. I also want to thank Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for serving as vice-chair. It’s going to be a lot of work. They’re going to work very hard over a fairly short period of time. And I want to thank you both very much — Kris, Mike.

This is a bipartisan panel consisting of both Republican and Democratic leaders and experts on voter integrity. I’d like to personally thank each of our panel members for serving. Really do appreciate it.

In addition to the chair and vice-chair, this distinguished bipartisan panel includes: Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson — thank you; New Hampshire Secretary of State, Bill Gardner — thank you; Maine Secretary of State, Matthew Dunlap; former Ohio Secretary of State, Ken Blackwell; Election Assistance Commissioner, Christy McCormick; former Arkansas State Representative, David Dunn — thank you, David; Wood County West Virginia Clerk, Mark Rhoades; Heritage Foundation Senior Legal Fellow and Manager of the Election Law Reform Initiative — a real expert — Hans von Spakovsky; President and General Counsel of the Public Interest Legal Foundation — great group — J. Christian Adams; and Jefferson County, Alabama Probate Judge, Alan King. Thank you. Thank you very much.

Each of you has been entrusted with a great responsibility of helping to advance the cause of fair, honest, and lawful elections. Your work will help protect our democracy. This will be a very transparent process. It’s going to be very open for everybody to see. You will approach this important task with a very open mind and with no conclusions already drawn. You will fairly and objectively follow the facts wherever they may lead.

I look forward to the findings and recommendations your report will produce, and I share your report as soon as I can and as soon as possible with the American people so the full truth will be known and exposed, if necessary, in the light of day. We call on every state to give its full support and total cooperation in this effort. Most of them have really done brilliantly, and we appreciate it. And the rest, all of that information will be forthcoming.

Thank you very much, Mr. Vice President. Thank you. And, Kris, thank you. Panel, thank you very much. We appreciate it. Do a great job. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you very much.

END – 11:39 A.M. EDT

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79 Responses to Trump and Pence Deliver Remarks During Inaugural Meeting on Election Integrity…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    I wrote this in the Presidential Thread but it belongs here as well.

    What a glorious day! Democrats are SCARED out of their minds! I love the fact that the current Secretary of State of NH is on the panel. People will be shocked how many folks from out of state registered the day of (which incredibly is permitted in NH) and voted. Many will reside in the adjacent state of MA or VT. Keep in mind our President lost NH by less than 3,000 votes.

    From the article linked above:

    http://sos.nh.gov/HowRegVote.aspx

    When is the last day I can register before the state general election?
    October 29, 2016. However, if you miss this date, you may register to vote at the polls on election day (November 8, 2016) if you are qualified.

    Here are the results from NH:

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/president

    PARTY VOTES PCT E.V.
    Clinton – 348,526 / 46.8%
    Trump – 345,790 / 46.5%
    Johnson – 30,777 / 4.1%

    Our President lost the state by 2,736 votes. The cheating that occurred will show that he would have won had the process been on the up and up that day. Even though it is just 4 electoral votes, the magnitude will be an earthquake of 10.0+. How could we allow cheating to flip a state!

    Also found this nugget about voter attitudes for the 2018 election. Couple this commission with the data below and 2018 is setting up to be a HISTORICAL bloodbath for Democrats!

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jul/19/republicans-still-more-motivated-to-head-to-the-po/?utm_source=onesignal&utm_campaign=pushnotify&utm_medium=push

    From the article linked above:

    A new poll shows that Republican voters are still more motivated to head to the polls next November than Democrats despite recent setbacks.

    The ABC News/Washington Post poll shows 65 percent of Republicans or those who lean Republican are “absolutely” committed to voting in the 2018 elections, compared to 57 percent of Democrats. Among those who strongly approve of President Trump, the number is even higher at 72 percent, compared to 61 percent who strongly disapprove of Mr. Trump.

    Liked by 38 people

    • citizen817 says:

      Always appreciate your response, Flep.

      Liked by 8 people

    • dekester says:

      Thank you Flep,

      I learn so much as a result of your diligent work.

      Cheers.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I was also just floored, and awash with admiration and gratitude, that they have Hans von Spakovsky ? and J. Christian Adams on this panel. These guys have been outspoken and detailed about the abuses they are aware of.

      Adams was in the Civil Service Division at the DOJ and has spoken of how the STUPID Motor Voter Act that Clinton signed really opened the floodgates but that there was a provision in the Act that required some kind of regular purging of the rolls as a safeguard. After BO was elected the DOJ Civil Rights Division was told we aren’t going to enforce that any more–hands off.

      Somewhere in the remarks I think it was Pence said they welcomed comments from the public. I need to find out where I can direct my comments, because I have some. I’d like to see the Motor Voter Act repealed or at the very least neutered. I’d like to see early voting severely limited, although that is state law so there may not be anything to be done about that. Seems like some had voted already before Hillary had to be scooped up and tossed into the Scooby van. I’d like to see ID required before voting. I’d like to see it enforced that ONLY citizens vote.

      So excited they are doing this! I pray for great results. It is a MAGA moment!

      Liked by 17 people

    • Lori Kaye says:

      That was interesting so glad you posted that.. Thank you . I have been a little obsessed with my home state California , One because we are not a bunch of snowflakes living in some alter universe but we do have them and they are students Law enforcement Courts and Politicians sooo that’s creepy. It is bad though really bad here in San Diego. Long story but here are our rigged results

      HILLARY ALMOST A MILLION MORE VOTES THAN OBAMA !!
      NO FRIGGIN WAY

      Hillary Clinton, DEM 8,753,788 61.7%

      Donald J. Trump, REP, 4,483,810 31.6%

      2012

      Barack H. Obama Dem 7,854,285 60.16% 55

      Willard M Romney Rep 4,839,958 37.07%

      So we know the primary was rigged for Hillary and Bernie would have won in a landslide.

      Most Bernie voters did not vote for Hillary some did but most didnt but she still scored almost
      a million more votes than Obama .. Pfffffft

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      • fleporeblog says:

        WOW! Lori I never ever would have believed that the HAG got more votes than the MESSIAH!

        Liked by 8 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        And for the first time in Orange County history it went blue! Hillary won Orange County-so we know voter fraud was committed. We do have a lot of illegals here now. Our voting polls had been run by people who can hardly speak English!!!! Hubbie and I wanted to work the voter polls but one have to know another language fluently–that’s how they eliminated us Americans. We have to get back to ‘English Only’ in this country, esp on the ballots and DMV tests.

        You Know No English? Get outta here!

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  2. MMinLamesa says:

    Bet your last donut that this has got the dems very worried. When there precincts that tally 100% of the vote for a D or 125% of possible voters voted and over 3700 people have withdrawn their registration in CO already it’s impossible to deny that there is massive election fraud.

    I’ve read that we go into most elections anywhere behind 3-5% at the start. In some states, I’ll bet more.

    Look at NC and how they are finding 1,000s of fraudulently registered people in just a few selected counties. It’s got to be massive and it overwhelmingly favors dems.

    The old saying that you know you’re over the target when you’re drawing fire is certainly apt here.

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    • Sentient says:

      The problem states are refusing to cooperate. The administration should find anything and everything they can do via executive order to withhold funding from intransigent holdout states. Enough of this nicey-nicey crap. Time to grab the bastards by the gonads and twist until they cry “uncle”. IMO, the big cahuna would be California’s original signed voter rolls (assuming they haven’t been “lost” by now). Could be a lot of fingerprint evidence of non-citizens voting. Voting illegally should put them on a fast track for expulsion.

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      • Tegan says:

        Couldn’t it be mandated that all Federal elections require voter ID? If the state’s are comfortable with fraud in their local/state elections then let them live with it, but anyone going to Washington, DC must be voted by strict rules.

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        • joanfoster says:

          The only downside to that would be that under a Democrat President and a Dem congress, they would issue voter id to illegals.

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        • Rejuvenated says:

          How about this: if states do not meet federal guidelines/baselines for voter integrity, they are not allowed to participate in federal elections. Let them deal with voter fraud within their own state elections if they refuse to ensure voter integrity but prevent them from harming the rest of the nation.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      MMinLames I wrote this earlier put it hits exactly what you are saying!

      SD put the thread below out the other day about the BS ABC/WAPO poll that was released Sunday with a +12% sampling in favor of Democrats versus Republicans.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/07/16/yet-again-about-these-insufferable-abcwapo-media-polls/

      In it, SD shared the following about the June 2017 margins nationally between Democrats, Republicans and Independents:

      Republicans 26%, Independents 42%, Democrats 30%.

      You can find that data in the link below:

      http://www.gallup.com/poll/15370/Party-Affiliation.aspx

      Not related to my point but the data was just revised closing the margin to 3% between Republicans and Democrats:

      2017 Jul 5-9 — Republicans – 25%, Independents – 45% and Democrats – 28%

      A recent Pew study found that over 1.8 million dead people were listed as voters, and 2.75 million people are registered to vote in multiple states. We all know that many folks from the North Eastern states live up North in the spring/summer and go to their fall/winter homes down South. Many of them are the doubled registered voters (more are likely to be Democrats than Republicans). The same is also true about college students that go to college in a different state from where they live.

      When the voter rolls are cleaned, there is a good chance that the percentage between Democrats and Republicans may be exactly the same or in our favor rather than the current + 3% for Democrats.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        You know, I never thought of that, and I really think you’re onto something there. Once the voter rolls have been cleaned up, we will see a decrease in democrat voters.

        I kinda feel a bit of foolish for not figuring that out before, but hey, that’s why I’m here, to learn and share.
        Thank you.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I saw where the head of the DNC, the foul spoken Tom Perez was so worried he went to Colorado to hector the Dims and beg them (and probably curse at them) to go back and reregister.

      Um. Just a guess, but if someone took the time and made the effort to “unregister” they did it because they were afraid they were gonna get in trouble. Now, why would they get in trouble? Well, one thought jumps right out at me. They were afraid they would get in trouble because they were not eligible. Lots of college kids in Colorado probably a lot of them double registered. Californians with vacation homes…. And let’s not forget the illegal, and deportable, aliens.

      If you have unregistered because you are afraid you’ll be caught doing something illegal, why would you care how foully Tom Perez cursed at you to get your behind back in there and reregister? It sure wouldn’t make me feel loved and valued by my party. But that’s just me.

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      • Padric says:

        I saw the story about folks unregistering in Colorado as well. I read it the day after I read a story about how illegals in the area are self deporting instead of risking arrest and the ones that are staying are scared to death and doing everything they can to drop off the radar.

        Coincidence?

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      • kp3ace says:

        Maybe I should have used all of the mail in ballots that were sent to me last year in Pueblo County. If I recall correctly, there were 3.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “[…]Look at NC and how they are finding 1,000s of fraudulently registered people in just a few selected counties. It’s got to be massive and it overwhelmingly favors dems.{…}”

      I wonder what that does to ‘our’ DemonRat governor? There were tons of ballots where only Hitlery and him were marked.

      Can that be over turned now that the Republican has conceded?

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    • deqwik2 says:

      My daughter has a friend that discovered their deceased grandmother has been voting in NC. They found out about it during the 2016 election so I’m not sure if she had a vote in 2016 but they are positive she had a vote in 2012 & was deceased.

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      • joanfoster says:

        Looks like in NC they believe Jesus caused the blind to see, the lame to walk, the deaf to hear and the dead to vote. I would almost wager that wherever you find the most voter fraud, you will find that the local board of elections if filled with Democrats.

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    • CBNC says:

      Posted this on another thread but goes well here.

      NC Republican Gov. McRory lost by 4772 votes. Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forrest won by 301,021 votes.
      Oh, by the way, 94000 uncounted votes in the heavily democrat city/county of Durham mysteriously arrived late on election night and were then “counted” because the workers had to manually enter the results because of faulty memory cards – wonder which direction they went. Of course nothing to see here, move along, no investigation, all is well. They cannot fix a national election just yet but be damn sure they can state and local.

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  3. SR says:

    NPR today morning is making joke of this commission as it’s not bi-partition and there is very little proof of voting fraud. It will not go anywhere and so many states are not agreeing bla bla…
    Why does NPR still getting money from tax payers?

    Liked by 11 people

    • Sentient says:

      Because the GOP-controlled congress gives it to them.

      Liked by 6 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      SR when NH shows that our President should have won the state, NPR will be out of business because Democrats will be going extinct like the dinosaurs!

      Liked by 8 people

      • FL_GUY says:

        What needs to happen is that every resident of MA and VT that voted in NH needs to be prosecuted for voter fraud. They are on the rolls as having voted so the evidence of the crime is already there. It doesn’t matter who they voted for although I would guess HilLIARy. Put a few of these people in jail and, like in CO, the fraudsters will not risk it in 2018. JMHO

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        • fleporeblog says:

          FL_GUY didn’t even think about that option! I agree! They will all stop!

          Liked by 5 people

        • yucki says:

          I’m from MA.
          My vote doesn’t count in this state – or I’ve never voted for a winning candidate. (Not that the alternatives have been all that great either, but…waddya gonna do?)

          If I could vote legally in NH, I’d be there in a heartbeat.

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        • Daniel Johnson says:

          Fantastic idea, but neither the Democrats or the GOP will ever do it. Too much moral corruption in American politics.

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          • That is why we all need to work harder to get everyone we know to write to their reps and governors, circulate and sign petitions, check voter rolls (they are public documents) for people who you know have moved or died, join organizations like ‘True the Vote’, etc. We have got to become activists (without the black masks, lol) if our way of life and the country we love is to survive! Many of us have never been politically involved; jobs, children and all the work of day to day life combined with naively trusting our representatives to do their jobs have brought us to this current state of affairs! We cannot rest after the miraculous victory of President Trump! He needs our help; our children and grandchildren and our hopes for the future demand our efforts. I don’t always have the energy and commitment this sort of endeavor requires, but I must and can do something! So tomorrow I will make a letter template and send it to my state and federal representatives, get as many of my nieces, nephews, sisters, brothers, friends to sign it or send one of their own. I can probably find form letters online to modify for my own use. (any suggestions much appreciated) We surprised the world with the strength of our vote in November last year. Surely this is something that all citizens, of whatever party or political affiliation, can agree on. I would like to think. In Florida, one perceptive volunteer brought down a voting scam network run by the OFFICIALS in charge. We CAN make a difference, even us old and tired Baby Boomers!

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    • NPR should be defunded!

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    • dalethorn says:

      All major media needs to have government support removed. Apparently the system was set up to grant licenses to these MSM to propagandize us with false facts and lots of advertisements, so they can make lots of money on their investments or bribery in getting those licenses.

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  4. I pray for honest results. What’s in it for the Dems on the panel to assist in truthful fact-finding? What’s in it for a blue state to comply and help out with supplying public voter info?

    KUDOS to our POTUS for looking into this. It is amazing the many things he has been able to accomplish almost single-handedly (i.e. without ANY media support and without any support from Congress, even is his own party).

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  5. sahm2016 says:

    When I read the articles on the Uniparty obstructing the President’s agenda, I was frustrated because those in power, Republicans and Democrats, won’t let a fair vote happen because they don’t want to risk losing power. As long as the Uniparty can rig the system, think Bernie vs Hillary, grassroot candidates won’t stand a chance at defeating even unpopular incumbents.

    I wonder if Trump is about to go all in on the “Big Ugly”, as Sundance calls it, and if he is doing this now to make sure grassroots candidates can make it through the primaries.

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  6. M33 says:

    Trump delivering on another promise!

    WINNING!!!

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  7. georgiafl says:

    Kobach has a formidable intellect and scholarly achievements. He is now running for Governor of Kansas.

    “As Secretary of State of Kansas, Kobach has implemented some of the strictest voter ID laws in the United States.” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kris_Kobach

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  8. In all those surveys sent from Trumps campaign asking what you thought needed attention, THIS was the only one I sent in. “Fix voter fraud” is what I typed every time…nothing more, nothing less.

    “I look forward to the findings and recommendations your report will produce, and I share your report as soon as I can and as soon as possible with the American people so the full truth will be known and exposed, if necessary, in the light of day”

    Oh,I am definitely looking forward to this.

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    • kp3ace says:

      What would make it even better is fraud by county published for all to see. Might oust some of those corrupt people.
      That just reminded me of something that happened in a small county about 20 years ago. I believe it was called electioneering. (Population in my town was about 500) A friend who was on the ballot showed me a flyer that had a piece of paper with someone else’s name taped over hers. I tried to convince her to do something about it. She was afraid to.

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  9. Davey says:

    Pres. Trump has gone on record in believing there is voter fraud. By these states refusing to surrender voter info they are saying that Trump is right. If THEY were right, then they would be tripping over each other to hand over info to prove him wrong.

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    When the first illegal vote is cast, my legitimate vote is nullified. When the second illegal vote is cast your legitimate vote is nullified….. and so on, and so on….
    I do not like being robbed!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Weather Watcher says:

      We are being robbed blind in CA! I hope there is some heavy duty consequences for CA & state workers for all the Illegal voting! Monetary penalties alone could pay for the Big Beautiful WALL!!!!

      Liked by 3 people

  12. budman says:

    Anyone have a list of the states complying with the commission (30) and those who are not (20)? Interesting to see which red states are complying and which blue states are not.

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  13. NJF says:

    We need voter ID laws. Purge the rolls. Make everyone re-register!

    Then put a time limit on the registration so that we have to redo it every X number of years.

    Everything needs to be renewed.

    Driver license
    School ID
    Passport
    Car registration
    Insurance, etc, etc.

    Hell even everyone’s darn cellphone plan has to be renewed!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Tegan says:

      Not a bad idea! Our state has the driver’s license renewal on your birthday, to make it easy. The older you get, the fewer years between renewal application. Could be done exactly the same way, but somehow the “dead” factor needs to be eliminated. Maybe automatic scan in computer data to see if still alive and in residence in the state could be done before sending out a new voter card.

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    • kp3ace says:

      I don’t have to go in to renew my drivers license in Colorado. I can do that online. Once every 4 years.

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  14. budman says:

    Hopefully my state of Arizona is complying. I’m sure Hawaii and Ca are non-compliant.

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    • Orygun says:

      Even with a Republican SOS in Oregon I am still sure they are not complying. There is absolutely no verification of your vote and if you think you can trust a Democrat to count votes good luck with that.
      The Democrats have had control of this state so long that you can steal millions from the Feds on a phony website and nothing comes of it.

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    • ginaswo says:

      We are not. We started to then people screamed then we held some data back.

      Meanwhile we GAVE the data to acorn like groups who sued us AND WE SOLD the data to Dems and GOP

      I love SoS Reagan, I think her hands are tied.

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  15. Gary Harding says:

    I think ALL registered voters in ALL states should have a photo ID WITH their fingerprint. If they are ashamed of who they are or fearful of being ID’D, then they are probably hiding something in the first place.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. ginaswo says:

    If you register to vote on the Federal form you are NOT required to provide proof of citizenship. In AZ we have voter ID and we are still REQUIRED to allow people who registered with the Federal form to have a ballot for federal elections ie POTUS Senate House.

    I am not talking about a provisional ballot here, I am stating for FACT that there are regular ballots going to people who have not provided proof of citizenship.

    Illegals are ABSOLUTELY voting

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  17. TheLastDemocrat says:

    That giant sucking sound?
    California communists and their policies sucking at the ballot box.

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  18. G. Combs says:

    I remember reading in comments this morning that federal law is the states are REQUIRED BY LAW to hand over voting info. (I don’t have the exact law though so take that with a grain of salt.)

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  19. Paco Loco says:

    Even Mexico has a national voter ID that has to be shown in order to vote. The US has no standardization on how votes are cast, counted or reported. Every State does their own thing…ripe for fraud.

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  20. PDQ says:

    We want to hear the voice of the American voter –> “one citizen, one vote.”

    That about sums it up.
    Just make it happen: LAW and ORDER.

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  21. PDQ says:

    Can’t wait until this is researched, and the true vote is found.

    I predict 10, 000, 000 more votes for PDJT than previously counted.

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  22. bessie2003 says:

    In one of the comments someone wondered how to contact the committee, under the list of committee members is an email address for making contact:

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2017/07/13/presidential-advisory-commission-election-integrity

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  23. Allowing illegals to vote, makes second class citizens of us all. After all, illegals have two votes. One in their host nation, and one in the USA.

    Stealing someone’s vote (i.e. voting for dead people, double/triple voting, illegals voting, throwing out ballot boxes from certain regions etc etc), should be treated as the most serious of civil rights violations. It should be seen as the worst. As such, I would like to see mandatory 10 year sentences for cheating.

    They also need to look at how the votes are counted. Soros owned machines are NOT acceptable.

    And for sure, we now need voter photo ID.

    I am hoping they will come up with a tighter more reliable system, and one which prosecutes violations to the fullest.

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  24. bitterlyclinging says:

    Mexifornia, with its 2 million plus illegal alien invaders inside its border and 33 per cent of the nations welfare case load, has refused to cooperate with the commission and so has little Connecticut, number 49, nationally, in geographic area but a stunning number 19 in number of illegal alien invaders inside its boundaries.
    Hey what’s the big deal? They all vote Democratic, so you just tax the people who have a job to go to a little more. Like Illinois did with its nearly 40 per cent state income tax increase. It plays in Peoria.

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  25. Johnny Bravo says:

    Funny how truth seekers are happy to shine a light. Whilst liars and cheats want to decry and belittle such efforts.

    MAGA and be a beacon on the hill PJT and his followers…

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  26. amwick says:

    For people using twitter, plug for @KrisKobach1787 He is really getting ripped apart, in general. Seems that he lost several cases filed by the ACLU re voter suppression. IDK what to think…he is also running for gov.

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  27. joan and bill says:

    all voters in all states need a national voter id with picture and fingerprints
    illegals voting need 10 year jail sentence with no parol or deported never be allowed back in usa
    eliminate all soros voting machines and return to a paper ballot with a paper trail when it is close
    military votes early so they are counted first never does a felon vote federally nor those on welfare
    a federal holiday to vote for 24 hours with no absentee votes or early voting
    if able to go to grocery store, then able to vote

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  28. maiingankwe says:

    I listened to the whole thing while making dinner. I came to two conclusions. One, it takes me more than an hour no matter how I do it to make sheppards pie. Two, I am ever so proud that they want to hear from all of us Americans. They are including all of us and you know, that feels really good. Kinda makes me feel important, like my one, little voice is important just like my one vote.

    I know I have a few ideas and concerns to share with them, and I figured it’s more than likely on the WH web page. If not, I will let you all know.

    Well, back to making the gravy for the pie.
    Be well good Treepers, this is a historic day, and I can’t wait to find the results and follow along as all of this transpires,
    Ma’iingankwe

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