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" Head of state Donald Trump released a "voter scams compensation" in Might to explore his case that millions of individuals voted illegally in the 2016 political election– despite no evidence of widespread citizen fraud.

The Presidential Advisory Payment on Political election Stability requested citizen information from states– including citizens' complete names, celebration association, and social security numbers. Thus far, 46 states have refused to fully accept the request to release residents' data– consisting of Kansas, whose assistant of state, Kris Kobach, is vice chair of the citizen scams commission.
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On Thursday, the first batch of these public emails was uploaded on the payment's site and they were, um, pretty harsh. Some were amusing, but the majority of were extreme."

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55 comments

  1. Posted by beastalchemist, at Reply

    A giant middle finger to the president. I love it.

    • Posted by pink pony, at Reply

      me too.

    • Posted by Carl Woodard, at Reply

      beastalchemist Here’s my two to Bullshitler

    • Posted by tkh525, at Reply

      Banjo Pink I don’t think Obama really needs one random middle finger. With him & his family being called every n word and monkey possible, I think he’s been disrespected enough.

    • Posted by liberal 卍 Trump Supporter, at Reply

      Voting should be a national duty like in Australia

  2. Posted by Rem Jarrell, at Reply

    Wonder how long until one of the Republicans has a Freudian slip and calls it the “Voter Suppression Commission”?

    • Posted by pink pony, at Reply

      more like the invasive voter surveillance program.

    • Posted by Alimony Mindset, at Reply

      Why are you against this? We can finally catch this Russians!

    • Posted by liberal 卍 Trump Supporter, at Reply

      Voting should be a national duty like in Australia

  3. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    Turns out people dont want to give their private information to trumps administration. Wonder why.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond I can’t imagine.

  4. Posted by Malachi Owens, at Reply

    And yet most libertarians and conservatives are not screaming “BIG government” like they should, wonder why?

    • Posted by coldflame, at Reply

      M.O. They pursue, happily, an inexcusable, zero-conscience pursuit of POWER-FOR-ITS-OWN-SAKE….

  5. Posted by Insurance Casino, at Reply

    The Electoral College is the biggest vote suppressor ever. It literally helps folks vote against their own interests. It basically says: If you live where other folks are like you, say California, your vote does not count.

    • Posted by Insurance Casino, at Reply

      Right, and how do they vote in there own area? The same, I’m sure. The Electoral College does not represent the majority. Obama had to cultivate a huge amount of votes to beat the gerrymandering. It’s nation wide.

    • Posted by Matt W, at Reply

      Gerrymandering doesn’t effect the presidential election. And Obama most certainly did not beat gerrymandering; I think it was the 2012 election when significantly more votes were cast nation-wide for Democrats for the House of Representatives, and yet the Republicans gained seats.
      And gerrymandering is a part of why the rest of the ballot matters. The president doesn’t draw up congressional districts, state legislatures that do.

    • Posted by liberal 卍 Trump Supporter, at Reply

      why not introduce preference voting like in Iraqi elections?

    • Posted by Insurance Casino, at Reply

      Gerrymandering should be made illegal for both parties. They are both guilty of using it. It does not represent the people. only votes do.

    • Posted by Insurance Casino, at Reply

      Gerrymandering should be made illegal. Both parties have used it to affect local and Presidential elections. It does not represent the people. Only votes do.

  6. Posted by Leeloo Minai, at Reply

    How about 1) making voting compulsory 2) make it more like income-tax form: you do not vote for people, but on individual issues 3) make the government responsible for making sure that each issue is progressed towards a direction that most people have chosen

    • Posted by Insurance Casino, at Reply

      And use technology to prove the issues mathematically not by buy bull crud like Trump did.

  7. Posted by maplespak, at Reply

    Republicans also want to kill me and my wife. We are both on Obamacare and it has and is saving our lives. Republicans literally want to murder me and my wife.

    • Posted by left leaning libertarian, at Reply

      maplespak Republicans are very pro life so it makes sense.

    • Posted by Nurlinda F Sihotang, at Reply

      +left leaning libertarian prolife as the nazi anti racist. yep. contradiction example at the finest

    • Posted by cool beans, at Reply

      Yes, I want hat taken away from you so you can earn it your damn self.

  8. Posted by PartisanGamer, at Reply

    Wait … I am just now getting this …. You dont have free, state issued ID in the US ? … Everyone here in Germany is registered and automatically has an ID. You therefore have to bring it to be able to vote but you simply cannot discriminate based on that, cause EVERYONE here has state issued ID. Renewing it every 10 years or so costs a few bucks but thats it.

    Man, its puzzling how many things that are considered “basic” all around the globe are extraordinary in the US.

    • Posted by Spartacus, at Reply

      You guys seem to use it for identification and it is a pretty bad form of identification (hence it push for better voter ID laws). CGP Grey did a video called “Social Security Cards Explained”

    • Posted by soulhunter59, at Reply

      Spartacus Not as much as we used to. Now if you’re walking down the street and a cop asks you for an ID you’re not legally required to show him one without probable cause.

    • Posted by Mark Heyne, at Reply

      I have to say I agree with Partisan Gamer that Govt. issued IDs would be the answer, and everywhere I have lived outside the Uk they are mandatory, but actually here in Britain, we don’t have mandatory ID laws. If you have to prove your identity to vote, as I did recently, you can show a proof of address from a government entity with your name on it, like a Council tax bill, or a proof of registration, even!. Mind you the basis for any sort of contract here in the Uk is your passport, and you need a Birth cert to obtain that.

  9. Posted by El John, at Reply

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  10. Posted by Greg Moonen, at Reply

    You can check out the DOJ’s statistics going back for decades. Voter fraud has always been just a tiny fraction of a percent, never more. Election fraud is much more of a problem.

    • Posted by Chris Hakala, at Reply

      Greg Moonen Yes, but Republicans love electoral fraud because they need it to win.
      They use nonexistent voter fraud as an excuse to commit it.

    • Posted by Greg Moonen, at Reply

      Chris Hakala, absolutely..like Stalin said, he didn’t care who voted, just so long as he had a handle on who counted the votes.

  11. Posted by Heath Fletcher, at Reply

    The voting fraud commission should focus on IT security with voting machines to protect from hackers.

    • Posted by Stoney Curtis, at Reply

      Great point but thats not what they are really after..(if ya get my drift)

    • Posted by RJ Bergman, at Reply

      Heath Fletcher completely agree. Too bad they’re looking for illegal votes. North Carolina had 1 illegal vote out of 4.8 million… And was done by a Republican.

  12. Posted by Maxim Gwiazda, at Reply

    Wait, US government doesn’t provide free personal ID for all it’s adult citizens? You use driver’s licence instead? That’s the most absurd thing I have ever heard. Great majority of people don’t even have driver’s licence where I live in Europe, and having national ID card used for buying alcohol, applying for the University, voting et cetera is like a second nature.

    • Posted by PumpkinsnBlackcats, at Reply

      Maxim Gwiazda Nope, if we want a ID we have to pay for it. If the person is on welfare they can usually go to the welfare office and they will give them a voucher for a ID in some cities/states. And my state did a free voter ID thing for last election but unfortunately it’s not like that everywhere in America.

    • Posted by JanderVK, at Reply

      And you have to pay for that ID too. Which is another reason why people don’t all have one.

    • Posted by RJ Bergman, at Reply

      PumpkinsnBlackcats thanks for the comment, I found it enlightening!

  13. Posted by zenman5910, at Reply

    Republican=America hating traitor

    • Posted by George Palko, at Reply

      Dragon1717
      Trying to equate Democrats to Nazis is very very stupid. The Nazis were fascists which is a right wing ideal the Democrats are left wing.

    • Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

      George – I don’t believe Democrats are Nazis nor do I believe Republicans are America hating traitors. I was simply putting Zen in his place for making such an outrageous statement to begin with. The Nazis were indeed National Socialists, though.

  14. Posted by Ollie Shortridge, at Reply

    In all honesty, if they spent my tax dollars on this, then I want a refund.

    • Posted by TCt83067695, at Reply

      we all do

  15. Posted by gigi stoner, at Reply

    I’m deeply afraid for the next election that Trump will REFUSE to step down if/when he loses. He is playing the Russian handbook, and he will also say that the states that REFUSED to comply for his request of voter information… those votes weren’t legit. He NEEDS to be IMPEACHED now. Yes Pence is a scary thought… but the loss of our democracy to be taken over by an orange buffoon clown… a puppet of Putin is more scary.

    • Posted by Dana Herron, at Reply

      let us see what mueller comes up with. maybe pence and even ryan could hit the toilet bowl with trump..

  16. Posted by AirgiodFeochadan, at Reply

    Elections these days have nothing to do with democracy, but everything to do with creative cheating. We The People need to take back our government. Best way to do that is Bernie Sanders. Trump CANNOT possibly win against Bernie.

    • Posted by Sierra Jones, at Reply

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  17. Posted by Susan Bodell, at Reply

    Trump ushering in a dark new conservatism , trying to take us back to the 1960s.

    • Posted by Remlat Zargonix, at Reply

      Susan Bodell y….hahahaha…are you kidding?….conservatives of the 1960’s would be considered left-wing extremists by today’s USA conservatives!!……

    • Posted by Susan Bodell, at Reply

      +Remlat Zargonix , read some books dolt .

    • Posted by Wout V, at Reply

      yeh Nixon started the EPA

    • Posted by Dana Herron, at Reply

      +wout with a little pressure from nader.