Gardner to Kobach: Election was 'real and valid'

Exclusive – Kobach: It Appears That Out-of-State Voters Changed the Outcome of the New Hampshire US Senate Race

The vice chairman of President Trump's voter fraud commission says there is a "high possibility" that the panel will not make any recommendations after it wraps up its investigation.

Despite being corrected on his confused math by two other commissioners and one panelist, Kobach - who earned through his work as Kansas secretary of state the nickname from the ACLU, "King of Voter Suppression" - never admitted that his claim, published without a correction on Breitbart News, was wrong. "Double voting is illegal, and 196 people are being investigated for casting ballots in New Hampshire and in other states".

One man's mother, who was in a "memory care" ward of a nursing home and deemed too incapacitated to vote, somehow still managed to have a ballot cast in her name in Florida.

A local activist is now confronting Kobach over his claims about voter fraud in N.H.

He said hackers have myriad ways of attacking voting machines. His suggestion that there was rampant voter fraud in the region was swiftly rebuked by the state's secretary of state, Bill Gardner, who said New Hampshire's election results were "real and valid".

Unsurprisingly, various leftwing groups have announced plans to protest the meeting, conflating its mission of election integrity with "voter suppression" and even "white supremacy".

- Focus every available American resource on the alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 election. "States, do with it what you want'".

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In the afternoon session, Ken Block of Simpatico Software Systems, which specializes in helping government entities identify fraud and waste, said illegal voting is widespread and provided several case histories.

"The people who did so didn't drive in New Hampshire or own a auto there or plan to reside permanently in the state", Berman and Levy added.

Trump trounced Clinton in the all-important Electoral College vote, 306 to 232, to win the presidency. "But it is legal in New Hampshire for you to have a MA driver's license and have MA plates on your cars and pay out-of-state tuition to the university and still be eligible to vote because you are domiciled in New Hampshire, meaning you spend most of your nights here". "When lawful permanent residents were informed that they were not authorized to vote in the national election, many claimed they were not aware", he said.

Kobach also said it's possible the commission will make no recommendations and just tell states "here's the data". Do the math, Kobach urged: The result is 5,313 fraudulent voters in New Hampshire. The law, Temple wrote, imposed "severe restrictions on the right to vote". It is hard to imagine a more cynical enterprise than this commission, which Trump appointed after he claimed (falsely) that the casting of illegal votes last November accounted for his loss of the popular vote, which Hillary Clinton won by a margin of almost three million.

"I think this commission, what it's trying to do, flies in the face of what this country is all about", said Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat. Since the election, the vast majority of them have not obtained a New Hampshire license or registered a motor vehicle.

ME secretary of state and commission member Matthew Dunlap expressed concern in the meeting that using a system for background checks could create "unintended consequences". The department, housed under the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, regularly releases news about crimes committed by immigrants in order to raise awareness of the issue, despite decades of nonpartisan research indicating the demographic is far less likely to break the law than American-born citizens. And some recent attempts to require that voters show certain types of IDs at polls have been rejected by lower courts as unconstitutional, raising questions about the legality of Lott's proposal. The theory, which has been hawked by Trump himself, is that these voters sneaked over the border - or were even bused in! - from neighboring Democratic strongholds like MA or Vermont, in a huge conspiracy to swing the election.

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