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« on: July 02, 2017, 07:29:56 am »

Well of course! California, and several other states aren't going to give Trump's Election Investigation Commission any records! Because we all know they have something to hide and most definitely have a LOT to lose when it is revealed that millions of illegals were allowed to vote. Then election officials go to jail! Wow! Come on California! Just keep on with the crazy and the desperate, it's only going to make more people vote for Trump in 2020.

The liberal response: The state doesn't have to give up those private voter records.

The answer to that: The records are already public, so why make it difficult?

There is no excuse California, or any other states who refuse. Just wasting money and time. But go ahead, the liberal bubble is eventually going to explode into oblivion. Or actually it will probably just deflate as its been losing tons of steam for at least two years now.
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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2017, 07:43:54 am »

what would one of the states which contains one of the largest amounts of illegal immigrants who lean democrat have to gain from hiding voting records? Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2017, 09:05:08 am »

If there already public, why doesn't the commission collect them themselves?
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« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2017, 09:54:55 am »

From the very liberal state of Mississippi, its Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann (R), said Friday that President Trump's ridiculous, intrusive and unnecessary voter fraud commission can "go jump in the Gulf of Mexico."

"Mississippi residents should celebrate Independence Day and our State’s right to protect the privacy of our citizens by conducting our own electoral processes,” Mr. Hosemann continued.   Cheers

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/340307-miss-official-on-trump-voter-fraud-request-they-can-go-jump-in
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« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2017, 11:09:42 am »

For those catching up, The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was formed by Trump to investigate his widely debunked claim that millions of illegal votes cost him the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.

And now, "According to a report by Politico Saturday, digital security experts believe the voter roll request could offer a well of information valuable to hackers and cyber criminals."

"It is beyond stupid," said Nicholas Weaver, a computer science professor at the University of California at Berkeley told Politico.

""The bigger the purse, the more effort folks would spend to get at it," said Joe Hall, another expert at the Center for Democracy and Technology. "And in this case, this is such a high-profile and not-so-competent tech operation that we're likely to see the hacktivists and pranksters take shots at it."

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/experts-warn-voter-fraud-panel-data-request-could-lead-to-hacks-report/

At least 29 states are pushing back or outright refusing to comply with the Trump administration's request for voter registration data.
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« Reply #5 on: July 02, 2017, 02:24:16 pm »

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a computer science professor at the University of California at Berkeley   

And that is where you lost the argument.   

Anything and everything associated with Berkeley (the town and/or university) can not be trusted.    It'd be best if we nuked the place and were done with it.

I'm surprised MSN.com didn't quote Yvette Felarca and Eric Clanton for the story.   

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« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2017, 03:59:09 pm »

I think the commission is entitled to publicly available information as long as they collect it themselves.  Any cooperation from the states represents a federal intrusion on our state-based elections. Even the president is elected on a state-by-state basis with the electoral college. Congressmen and Senators are also chosen in state elections. The founding fathers made it clear in the Constitution that the election of federal officials be controlled by the states. For some Presidents, including Bush and Trump, this has worked to their advantage.
Trump, to justify a lie about illegal voting, now seeks to consolidate his power by either suppressing Democratic voters, or weaponizing the information for his re-election campaign.  (The commission seeks information on political party affiliation and voting history)
The voter rolls are glutted with people who have died or moved out of the state, but this is not the way to clean them up.
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« Reply #7 on: July 02, 2017, 04:07:38 pm »

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a computer science professor at the University of California at Berkeley   

And that is where you lost the argument.   

Anything and everything associated with Berkeley (the town and/or university) can not be trusted.    It'd be best if we nuked the place and were done with it.

I'm surprised MSN.com didn't quote Yvette Felarca and Eric Clanton for the story.   



Mississippi.  Texas.  More than half the states.  Winning.
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« Reply #8 on: July 02, 2017, 04:16:31 pm »

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a computer science professor at the University of California at Berkeley   

And that is where you lost the argument.   

Anything and everything associated with Berkeley (the town and/or university) can not be trusted.    It'd be best if we nuked the place and were done with it.

I'm surprised MSN.com didn't quote Yvette Felarca and Eric Clanton for the story.   



Mississippi.  Texas.  More than half the states.  Winning.

Very interesting comment on your part.
You consider that most states refuse to allow their votes to be examine for FRAUD to be a win?  Hmm? 
That IS a huge win for Democrats!  "Hooray!  Trump can't nail us for voter fraud!  Whoopee!"   That's yet one more bullet dodged by the democraps!  They could take a piece of shit and get it elected.  Oh wait, they already did that with Obama. 
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« Reply #9 on: July 02, 2017, 04:23:17 pm »

I think the commission is entitled to publicly available information as long as they collect it themselves.  Any cooperation from the states represents a federal intrusion on our state-based elections. Even the president is elected on a state-by-state basis with the electoral college. Congressmen and Senators are also chosen in state elections. The founding fathers made it clear in the Constitution that the election of federal officials be controlled by the states. For some Presidents, including Bush and Trump, this has worked to their advantage.
Trump, to justify a lie about illegal voting, now seeks to consolidate his power by either suppressing Democratic voters, or weaponizing the information for his re-election campaign.  (The commission seeks information on political party affiliation and voting history)
The voter rolls are glutted with people who have died or moved out of the state, but this is not the way to clean them up.

Your a trip..
When it comes to the election of Trump.. all the moonbats want to talk about is the fraudulent popular vote in which Hillary got more votes, while brushing aside the electoral vote that matters. 
But then, when it comes to examining whether those popular votes were valid or not.. they whine "oh, but that's not the RULES!  Wahh..  the states can do whatever they want and the federal government has no right to examine whether the votes are valid or not!" 

I would hate to live in California.. after pissing off Trump, when not pissing on him...   and have a radiological bomb set off in their harbor by North Korea.   I don't think Trump would have a lot of sympathy for California. 
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« Reply #10 on: July 02, 2017, 04:48:24 pm »


I would hate to live in California.. after pissing off Trump, when not pissing on him...   and have a radiological bomb set off in their harbor by North Korea.   I don't think Trump would have a lot of sympathy for California. 

A down-vote is not sufficient to condemn the pathological, violent thought processes of someone who, in the course of political debate, fantasizes about the detonation of a major bomb anywhere in the United States, as a fitting punishment for not adhering to the Trump line.
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« Reply #11 on: July 02, 2017, 05:11:04 pm »


I would hate to live in California.. after pissing off Trump, when not pissing on him...   and have a radiological bomb set off in their harbor by North Korea.   I don't think Trump would have a lot of sympathy for California. 

A down-vote is not sufficient to condemn the pathological, violent thought processes of someone who, in the course of political debate, fantasizes about the detonation of a major bomb anywhere in the United States, as a fitting punishment for not adhering to the Trump line.

Again, you are twisting words and misrepresenting my comment.
I was pointing out that North Korea has been threatening to nuke California for many years, and is now able to do it. 
It is quite hypocritical of California to viciously attack Trump, constantly, while at the same time expecting him to be "Their President". 
I wasn't fantasizing about any bomb.  I was addressing a real and current issue. 
As a matter of fact, it looks like Trump is going to be forced to attack North Korea in a pre-emptive strike.  The weapons factories are working overtime to produce things like MOABs, defensive missiles such as the Patriot, cruise missiles, etc. 
What are you moonbats going to do when Trump attacks?  Blame him for that too? 
Or perhaps.. you would like to wait until North Korea DOES nuke the sea ports of California - crippling the economy of not only the USA, but of the world. 

I get really tired of you taking people's comments and twisting them 180 degrees.  Don't think that your pitiful scheme is going unnoticed. 
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« Reply #12 on: July 02, 2017, 06:32:12 pm »


"Again, you are twisting words and misrepresenting my comment." ...
 
... "I get really tired of you taking people's comments and twisting them 180 degrees.  Don't think that your pitiful scheme is going unnoticed." 

Oh, you get tired?  Boo hoo.  A pity you have to spend so much time wallpapering over your original, nasty posts, including your "bombing liberal California" wet dream, where you giddily assess that "Trump wouldn't have much sympathy for California."

One nation, indivisible?  Not so much for you.

When I take a moment to call out your inflammatory comments, it's not a scheme -- but it's always nice to be noticed.   Hug
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« Reply #13 on: July 02, 2017, 08:03:11 pm »


"Again, you are twisting words and misrepresenting my comment." ...
 
... "I get really tired of you taking people's comments and twisting them 180 degrees.  Don't think that your pitiful scheme is going unnoticed."  

Oh, you get tired?  Boo hoo.  A pity you have to spend so much time wallpapering over your original, nasty posts, including your "bombing liberal California" wet dream, where you giddily assess that "Trump wouldn't have much sympathy for California."

One nation, indivisible?  Not so much for you.

When I take a moment to call out your inflammatory comments, it's not a scheme -- but it's always nice to be noticed.   Hug


Your comments are consistently deceptive garbage.    
However, you did hit on something that is interesting.  The concept of "one nation, indivisible" which is included in the "pledge of allegiance" that all school children recite every day.   It's obvious that California doesn't consider it self to be "one nation, indivisible" with the rest of the United States.   In many ways, they act as if they are a country apart from the USA and do as they please.  They have no respect for Trump.  They are openly hostile to him.   I'm wondering how hostile they will be when they are in need - such as with a disaster of the magnitude of a major earthquake, or a present from Kim JongUn.
Go ahead having fun twisting that one around too, jackass.
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« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2017, 08:17:15 pm »

I would hate to live in California.. after pissing off Trump, when not pissing on him...   and have a radiological bomb set off in their harbor by North Korea.   I don't think Trump would have a lot of sympathy for California. 
You are absolutely right.  Our Commander-in-Chief takes his role so seriously that he will defend only states that supported him in 2016.  If he could nuke the states the went for Hilary, he would do it himself.  So much easierr to get re-elected in 2020.
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« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2017, 09:13:19 pm »



The answer to that: The records are already public, so why make it difficult?

There is no excuse California, or any other states who refuse. Just wasting money and time. But go ahead, the liberal bubble is eventually going to explode into oblivion. Or actually it will probably just deflate as its been losing tons of steam for at least two years now.





It's perfectly legal for states to not send the election records......just like Trumps tax returns......

It would be one thing if the states promised to provide the recordsand then didn't do  it but that is not what happened here.

To answer your question, politics aside states were asked to send personal information including the last 4 digits of SSN to an insecure email address!  I wouldn't have done it just based on that.

http://gizmodo.com/trumps-election-fraud-commission-asked-states-to-send-s-1796535568
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The answer to that: The records are already public, so why make it difficult?

There is no excuse California, or any other states who refuse. Just wasting money and time. But go ahead, the liberal bubble is eventually going to explode into oblivion. Or actually it will probably just deflate as its been losing tons of steam for at least two years now.





It's perfectly legal for states to not send the election records......just like Trumps tax returns......

It would be one thing if the states promised to provide the recordsand then didn't do  it but that is not what happened here.

To answer your question, politics aside states were asked to send personal information including the last 4 digits of SSN to an insecure email address!  I wouldn't have done it just based on that.

http://gizmodo.com/trumps-election-fraud-commission-asked-states-to-send-s-1796535568

... then why do you keep whining about Trump's tax returns? 
Oh, I get it.. you only whine when it suits your moonbat agenda. 
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The answer to that: The records are already public, so why make it difficult?

There is no excuse California, or any other states who refuse. Just wasting money and time. But go ahead, the liberal bubble is eventually going to explode into oblivion. Or actually it will probably just deflate as its been losing tons of steam for at least two years now.





It's perfectly legal for states to not send the election records......just like Trumps tax returns......

It would be one thing if the states promised to provide the recordsand then didn't do  it but that is not what happened here.

To answer your question, politics aside states were asked to send personal information including the last 4 digits of SSN to an insecure email address!  I wouldn't have done it just based on that.

http://gizmodo.com/trumps-election-fraud-commission-asked-states-to-send-s-1796535568

... then why do you keep whining about Trump's tax returns? 
Oh, I get it.. you only whine when it suits your moonbat agenda. 

You are the one whining.  You started the thread.  I actually think the states should comply however the fact that Trump is asking for states to send sensitive data to a insecure email address just goes to show that they are not taking this seriously.  This is just a show.  He already knows what the results will be.  They won't even bother to look at the data.  They will lie and his supporters will believe him.  You still think Obama wasn't a citizen!

Trump of all people should be taking email security extremely seriously given how much he bashed his opponent for it.
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« Reply #18 on: July 02, 2017, 10:51:00 pm »

... then why do you keep whining about Trump's tax returns? 
Oh, I get it.. you only whine when it suits your moonbat agenda. 
We whine about his tax returns because every president since Richard Nixon has released his.  There is no such precedent for states sharing their electoral roll data with the federal government
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« Reply #19 on: July 02, 2017, 11:38:45 pm »

... then why do you keep whining about Trump's tax returns? 
Oh, I get it.. you only whine when it suits your moonbat agenda. 
We whine about his tax returns because every president since Richard Nixon has released his.  There is no such precedent for states sharing their electoral roll data with the federal government

No other president was a multi billionaire businessman under audit. 
Besides... your hero Rachel Madcow had her big Trump tax return revelation special.. and that showed that Trump paid a whopping $35 million in taxes in just one year!   How much tax did YOU pay in your entire lifetime?  Zero? 
Rachel's expose fell as flat as her breasts. 
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