When President Donald Trump announced his plan to create an Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, liberals lost their minds.
14 states have refused to comply with the Trump administration’s request for voter data, even though states are mandated by federal law to keep public voting records and provide them to federal authorities upon request.
While Trump has expressed concern about election rigging during the 2016 presidential election, this is an issue that goes back decades.
Virginia Senator Richard H. Black is speaking out about the necessity of the commission, and says the outcry from Democrats suggests that “Mr.Trump is onto something big.”
Black wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Times published Monday, where he revealed fake news by none other than CNN, who claimed a whopping 44 states had stonewalled Trump’s voter data request.
And while Democrats continue to argue that there is no basis for Trump’s voter fraud claim, facts say otherwise.
The Epoch Time reported, there have been 581 cases of voter fraud in the U.S. leading to 848 convictions, according to a voter fraud database created by the Heritage Foundation.
A more alarming report on voter fraud in Virginia shows 5,556 non-citizens illegally registered to vote and cast 7,474 votes.
A 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.
Sounds like the request for voter data is more than necessary.
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He recognizes that voter fraud wasn’t just apparent in the most recent presidential election, but has been altering our democracy for decades.
The Senate election of Lyndon Johnson in 1948 had 20,000 rigged votes and was still shy of the win. That’s when a magic box appeared with 202 more ballots, all in identical handwriting, that handed Johnson the win.
In the 1960 presidential election, Chicago Mayor Daley’s “corrupt machines delivered huge tallies for Democrats, changing the election outcome,” and handing it to John F. Kennedy.
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Black cites multiple cases of voter fraud all throughout the country, calling out fellow Virginia politicians Rep. Tony Garret, Rep. Jim Moran, Andrew Spieles, Vafalay Massaquoi, and Gov. Terry McAuliffe, among others.
His list is expansive, startling, and proof that the Trump administration is investigation voter fraud with strong evidence to support its existence.
Any Democrat who argues voter fraud is fraud in itself is ignoring the facts.
You can read Black’s full opinion piece here.
-The Horn editorial team