Despite a tsunami of spin from “state officials, election experts and elected politicians that voter fraud in America is, at best, an unsubstantiated claim and, at worst, a dangerous myth,” President Trump announced his intention to pursue a major investigation into alleged voter fraud.
The President’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, said that two possible locations for the investigation will be California and New York.
Both states are ripe for an investigation.
It hardly seems a coincidence that those are two large, diverse and economically critical states that voted overwhelmingly for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
After all, if you’re going to investigate voter fraud, it only makes sense to do it in the states where most of the fraud takes place.
Read how the Leftists are in a panic in the San Francisco Chronicle
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