Even Trump's self-annointed commission disbanded when they couldn't find evidence to back up their claims.
#20 | POSTED BY AMERICANUNITY AT 2019-08-20 01:43 AM
Yep. It was Kris Kobach, disgraced former KS Sec of State, losing KS governor and Congressional candidate who led the voter fraud 'investigation' and tried to implement incredibly onerous requirements to vote in KS.
In 2009, records indicated that just seven allegations of voter fraud had been referred for investigation and possible prosecution, and just a single one had been prosecuted since 2004. In 2008, a similar bill was vetoed by then-Governor Kathleen Sebelius, a Democrat.
However, on April 18, 2011, Governor Brownback signed Kobach's voter ID "SAFE" Act.
In 2010 press conference, Kobach asserted there could be as many as 2,000 people who were using the identities of dead people to vote in Kansas, mentioning it "certainly seems like a very real possibility" that "Albert K. Brewer" was an example of one such deceased individual who had voted in a recent primary. When The Wichita Eagle followed up on Kobach's assertion, it discovered Brewer, 78 years old, was still alive, although his father, who was born in 1904 and had a different middle initial, had died in 1996.
Kobach has also said that there are 18,000 non-citizens registered to vote in Kansas, a claim that NBC News described as "misleading" and "debunked".
Kobach supported President Trump's claims that millions of non-citizens voted in the 2016 presidential election. Kobach estimated that 3.2 million non-citizens voted, citing a widely debunked study. Kobach complained that, during one of his appearances, CNN ran text on the screen saying Kobach's claims that millions illegally voted in the 2016 election were "false". CNN also asked him if he had any proof of his allegation that thousands of Massachusetts voters actually had voted in New Hampshire in 2016. He replied that he had none.
Now he's running as a Senate candidate in KS. Whoopee! Guess he just can't make it in the private sector.