New Evidence Reveals Trump’s ‘Election Integrity’ Commission Was A Set Up To Rig 2020 Election His Way
Newly revealed emails have revealed that the real purpose behind Donald Trump’s election integrity commission was to gather enough voter data to pass a law that will make it more difficult to vote in 2020.
Trump was unsuccessful gathering voter data as most states in America denied him his request.
According to the Washington post, “The day after Donald Trump was elected president, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, now the vice-chair of Donald Trump’s commission on voter fraud, told Trump’s transition team of a proposal to change federal law to allow stricter requirements on voter registration.”
Trump stated again and again that the election was rigged and that many people voted illegally and that’s why he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton.
Kobach’s team was “putting together information on legislation drafts for submission to Congress early in the administration,” Kobach wrote to transition team member Gene Hamilton in an email. “I have some already started regarding amendments to the NVRA [National Voter Registration Act] to make clear that proof of citizenship requirements are permitted (based on my ongoing litigation with the ACLU over this).”
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The reason why the commission wants sensitive personal voter data such as Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and voting history is because they are trying to create a profile of likely Democratic voters that they can use to craft federal legislation that will make it more difficult for those people to vote in the next presidential election. Judging from both the desired Republican legislative calendar and the pace of Trump’s commission, it appears that the 2020 election is the target for any new Trump voter suppression law.