[ExI] Am I the only one freaked out by this?

John Clark johnkclark at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 01:50:18 UTC 2017

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 12:27 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:

> ​> ​
> John, what that is really about is pressuring states to require ID to vote.
> ​ ​
>  Some states do not.

​In some states, all of them red for some reason, a concealed firearm photo​

​ID is good enough to vote but a official photo ID issued by a State
University is not. Why do you suppose that is?​ Who do you think would be
more likely to vote for a creature like Trump, the concealed carry guy or
the University student?

> ​>​
> This investigation will lead to an admission that we don’t know how many
> voted illegally, for there is no systematic means in some states to catch
> it if it is happening.

​Texas is right on the Mexican border so you'd think Texas would have voter
fraud if anybody did, and Texas is about as red as states get so the
Attorney General
​ and ​
Secretary of State of Texas are unlikely to be working for Hillary. They
did a study and found that Texans voted 64 million times since 2002 and
they found 89 cases of suspected voter fraud and the evidence was strong
enough to convict 70 of them. That's 70 votes out of 64 million.

So where did Trump get the idea that 3 to 5 million people voted illegally
in 2016? He got the idea from Alex Jones on Infowars, the same guy who said
20 first graders were not murdered at Sandy Hook in 2012 and the hundreds
of traumatized survives were just child actors paid by Hillary and other
liberals to help pass gun control laws.

But even if Trump believes this nonsense why would he publicly say so and
undermine the
of his own election?  Because the thought that Hillary got 2.9 million more
votes than he did is eating him alive and because our Commander In Chief is
a narcissistic imbecile who has
't read a book in 40 years.

​By the way, the news just broke that ​
Trump's Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin, is registered to vote in both
​ and ​
New York
​, and his daughter
Tiffany Trump is registered to vote
​ in
Pennsylvania and New York
​ and Trump's ​"alt-right" adviser Steve Bannon is registered to vote in
Florida and New York.

John K Clark​
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