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Cooper: Trump farms out voting fraud probe to Department of Homeland Security

07 January 2018, 12:52 | Tara Lloyd

Cooper: Trump farms out voting fraud probe to Department of Homeland Security

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the commission's vice chairman characterized the decision to dissolve the bipartisan group as a'tactical change and argued DHS can pursue an investigation of election fraud more quickly and efficiently

The Public Interest Legal Foundation, run by J. Christian Adams, who was also a member of the Trump voter commission, found thousands of self-admitted noncitizens who registered to vote in Philadelphia, Virginia and New Jersey.

"President Trump can dissolve the commission, but the law doesn't allow him or the commission to slink away from view and avoid accountability".

"Many mostly Democrat States refused to hand over data from the 2016 Election to the Commission On Voter Fraud". Members don't know why.

President Trump blamed Democrats for the failure of his alleged voter fraud commission that suffered rejections from both red and blue states. "Rather than engage in endless legal battles at taxpayer expense, [the president] signed an executive order to dissolve the commission, and he has asked the Department of Homeland Security to review its initial findings and determine next courses of action".

Another court rules 'rights' only a one-way street
Through tears, Klein said she poured her heart and passion into each cake and designed each one to fit each couple perfectly. A Christian bakery which rejected a lesbian couple's request for a wedding cake has been ordered to pay them $135,000.

In a second tweet, he called for tougher voting requirements.

From the beginning, the commission has been heavily criticized for seeking massive amounts of voter data from every state. "This is why I, and so many other Secretaries of State refused to legitimize this sham commission by refusing to comply with its unprecedented request for private voter data".

One panel researcher was arrested on charges of child pornography, while a commissioner, former Arkansas state Rep. David Dunn, died in October.

Trump said there was no reason to continue the commission when the work being done could be carried out by existing agencies. Trump's statement gave no indication what could happen to the sensitive voter files in the commission's possession, which the GAO said number in the tens of millions. "It was instead a front to suppress the vote, perpetrate unsafe and baseless claims, and was ridiculed from one end of the country to the other".

White House Pushes Back at Times Immigration Report: 'Outrageous'
Mr Trump has tried to crack down on immigration into the USA , citing terrorism fears, but has been stymied by the courts. The White House issued a swift denial of the comments on Saturday, calling the claims made by the Times "outrageous".

"This shows that ill-founded proposals that just appeal to a narrow group of people won't work, and we hope they'll learn this lesson elsewhere", Schumer said on Twitter.

"It tried to operate to a large extent in secrecy, without recognition that doing so would violate the federal laws that govern presidential commissions and that protect privacy".

Kobach, who advised Trump throughout the 2016 campaign and served on his transition team, had advised Trump on making changes to the National Voter Registration Act that would enable states to make additional requirements on voters, according to documents that were unsealed as part of a federal lawsuit against Kobach's office a year ago. U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the commission in December to stop withholding documents from the panel's Democratic members.

"This unprecedented effort demonstrated this administration's clear hostility to voting rights", she said in an emailed statement, adding that "today's executive order disbanding the commission is a victory for those who are concerned about ensuring access to the ballot box across the country".

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