If there is one thing that truly threatens the freedom of the American people, it is the rampant voter fraud that we encounter every four years.
Sure, there are instances of blatant roll call manipulation in elections everywhere, every year, but the most damning have always been rooted out by American patriots during those arduous and downright dirty presidential elections that we like to hold every 4 years or so.
These are the big boys the political world, after all, and the stakes often couldn’t be higher. The President not only sets the tone for the nation’s next 4 years of legislation, but is responsible for exuding the American attitude unto the world at large.
In recent years, and thanks to the horrid record of Barack Hussein Obama, our nation was thankfully ready for a populist President. The democrats understood this explicitly, and employed a number of their old tricks in 2016 hoping to cook the books in their favor. Dead people came out to vote for democrats in droves, and we mustn’t forget the counties with more votes counted than citizens.
Then, on top of all of that, we have literally millions of illegal votes cast – an amount which quickly and thoroughly debunks the Clinton fanboy talking point about the “popular vote”.
Due to the nature of this obscene and inexcusable practice, President Trump hoped to make strides in preventing voter fraud from being such a prevalent and upsetting part of our electoral process, asking a great many states to provide information to a special panel of investigators. Seeing as the left side of our nation is caught up in some “resistance” hi jinx, several democratic politicians in charge of procuring these reports refused the President’s orders…something that Trump didn’t take lightly.
Now, after legal challenges have repeatedly failed, the left will be forced to give up the ghost after all, with a judge in D.C. ordering the records to be provided.
“A U.S. appeals court in Washington on Tuesday upheld a lower court’s decision to allow President Donald Trump’s commission investigating voter fraud to request data on voter rolls from U.S. states.
“The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) watchdog group, which filed the lawsuit, did not have legal standing to seek to force the presidential commission to review privacy concerns before collecting individuals’ voter data.
“EPIC had argued that under federal law, the commission was required to conduct a privacy-impact assessment before gathering personal data. But the three-judge appeals court panel ruled unanimously that the privacy law at issue was intended to protect individuals, not groups like EPIC.”
Now, perhaps, we can actually get to the bottom of the democratic dirty tricks pile, and nullify their chicanery once and for all.