Who’s Really in Charge of the Voting Fraud Commission?

Me: Brace Yourself. Liberal tropes are coming.

On Friday, in response to a judge’s order, the Department of Justice released data showing the authors, recipients, timing, and subject lines of a group of emails sent to and from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. They show that in the weeks before the commission issued a controversial letter requesting sweeping voter data from the states, co-chair Kris Kobach and the commission’s staff sought the input of Hans von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams on “present and future” state data collection, and attached a draft of the letter for their review — at a moment when neither had yet been named to the commission. | More…

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1 Response to Who’s Really in Charge of the Voting Fraud Commission?

  1. CaptDMO says:

    ““This is not how you run a legitimate commission that is attempting to, through a neutral process, get information to inform deliberations.”
    Maybe not in academia. Here on the outside, it’s called being active….NAY proactive!
    And may I point out that Academic is NOT one of the branches of gub’mint.

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