Americans attack Kris Kobach’s sham voter fraud panel with humor, anger

downloadOn Friday, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity co-led by Kris Kobach released some emails about its work so far. The views were almost universally negative, for good reasons.

For one thing, personal information about the respondents was made available to the public.

If you don’t have time to read all 112 pages, no worries. I did on Friday, and there are plenty of good ones there. One of my snarky favorites:



Other emails point out that Republicans have been involved in all kinds of voter fraud in the past. Others correctly note there’s absolutely no evidence to support the claims by Donald Trump and Kobach that millions voted illegally in the 2016 presidential race.

My favorites hone in on Kobach (or Kobak, Koblach or other variations of his name), the incompetent Kansas secretary of state. The emails once more show that Kobach’s reputation for being a vote-suppressing GOP public official has gone national.








2 Thoughts.

  1. What truly frightens me is that there are people in Kansas who will vote for KKKobach because he will have an R in front of his name’

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