Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Trump White House in Turmoil and Even the Inmates Are Not Charge: SAD...!!!

My, my what to do now

Lead to this post was triggered by this interview – in case you missed it … it’s a keeper:

Stephen Miller - The President's Top Policy Adviser (Whew, boy)


comprehensive 2014 study published in The Washington Post found 31 credible instances of impersonation fraud from 2000 to 2014, out of more than 1 billion ballots cast. Even this tiny number is likely inflated, as the study’s author counted not just prosecutions or convictions, but any and all credible claims.
Two studies done at Arizona State University, one in 2012 and another in 2016, found similarly negligible rates of impersonation fraud.
Courts Agree: Fraud by Voters at the Polls is Nearly Non-Existent
The Fifth Circuit, in an opinion finding that Texas’s strict photo ID law is racially discriminatory, noted that there were “only two convictions for in-person voter impersonation fraud out of 20 million votes cast in the decade” before Texas passed its law.
In its opinion striking down North Carolina’s omnibus restrictive election law —which included a voter ID requirement — as purposefully racially discriminatory, the Fourth Circuit noted that the state “failed to identify even a single individual who has ever been charged with committing in-person voter fraud in North Carolina.”
federal trial court in Wisconsin reviewing that state’s strict photo ID law found “that impersonation fraud — the type of fraud that voter ID is designed to prevent — is extremely rare” and “a truly isolated phenomenon that has not posed a significant threat to the integrity of Wisconsin’s elections.”
Even the Supreme Court, in its opinion in Crawford upholding Indiana’s voter ID law, noted that the record in the case “contains no evidence of any [in-person voter impersonation] fraud actually occurring in Indiana at any time in its history.”
Trump and his minions just cannot separate fact from fiction … as for Trump: He can never admit is wrong, or that he lost, or will lose. He cannot accept defeat – not when myth prevails. First, though, he will have to check with Alex Jones atInfoWars to reconfirm his suspicions.
Sad…!! (play on Trump's tweet conclusion)...

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