44 States Withholding Data on Election Data From Trump Voter Fraud Commission

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 5, 2017

Trump’s a kook – you can trust CNN. They wouldn’t lie to the stupid goyim.

So I guess it’s their right to keep this data because… Not sure why.

But it sure is suspicious, no? To refuse to give state records to the federal government?

Weird, no?

Almost makes it look like they’re hiding something…

NY Daily News:

Four out of five states can’t or won’t fork over private data to President Trump’s “very distinguished” voter fraud commission, according to a new report.

Forty-four states have refused to supply varying degrees of voter information requested last week by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, vice chair of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, CNN reported.

Kobach’s commission — launched in the wake of Trump’s debunked claims that widespread voter fraud lost him the 2016 election’s popular vote — said it wants “publicly available” state-level data in order to “fully analyze vulnerabilities and issues related to voter registration and voting.”

In a Wednesday letter to all 50 states, Kobach asked for voters’ full names, addresses, dates of birth, party affiliations, voter history since 2006, felony convictions and the last four digits of social security numbers.

Any documents submitted to the commission through the secure online portal will eventually be made public, the letter said.

Several states have recoiled at the idea of parting with such sensitive and detailed voter information, some of which runs afoul of state privacy laws. Others have said they will provide only info that’s public under state law.

Many state election officials have also issued sharp rebukes — calling the commission a waste of taxpayer money based on Trump’s evidence-free premise of rampant voter fraud.

“Numerous states are refusing to give information to the very distinguished VOTER FRAUD PANEL,” Trump tweeted Saturday. “What are they trying to hide?”

Yeah, I mean, if we’re talking about evidence-free, then what exactly is the issue with giving the evidence?

Surely, the federal government isn’t going to abuse the data, no?

They’re not CNN.

That can’t possibly be the argument, right? That it would be a privacy violation to give state data to the federal government?

Why is everyone who is against Trump implicating themselves in a criminal conspiracy?

#NeverForget Obama told illegals to go vote.