The voter fraud epidemic is likely to continue without any real reform before next year’s presidential election, at least if Federal Election Commission Chairwoman Ellen Weintraub has her way.
She issued a partisan letter to President Donald Trump last week, defending the electoral integrity of elections across the U.S. while tearing at her superior for his repeated claims that there is widespread voter fraud.
SAD: Last night, @realDonaldTrump again made unfounded claims about massive voter fraud in NH in 2016.
In this letter, I ask him to back up his claims in terms a former casino operator should understand: “There comes a time when you need to lay your cards on the table or fold.” pic.twitter.com/vkddT1jGmH
— Ellen L Weintraub (@EllenLWeintraub) August 16, 2019
Weintraub also appeared on CNN where she blasted the President further and defended the status quo on the fake news leader.
“Facts matter. And people of America need to be able to believe what their leaders tell them,” she said.
Weintraub claimed that Trump’s push to clean up elections was seen as an insult to local and state governments, scoffing at the notion that any serious fraud takes place.
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