Democrats must really need vote fraud to be so adamant in opposition to finding it

Deroy Murdock:
265 + 742 + 765 + 953 + 7,474 = 0.

This fuzzy math sums up Democrats’ orthodoxy on vote fraud: As the bulletproof evidence of fraud adds up, they still claim, “There’s nothing to see here.” Not even these hard numbers, based on verified vote-fraud cases, move their acceptance of this reality into the realm of positive integers.

This pathological denial is even more intense, now that President Trump has taken vote fraud seriously enough to appoint a bipartisan panel to get to the bottom of it.

While the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is chaired by Republicans Vice President Mike Pence and co-chaired by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (whom I have known since college, thanks to the Washington Crossing Foundation’s scholarship program for civic-minded students), its members include two Democratic secretaries of state — Maine’s Matthew Dunlap and New Hampshire’s Bill Gardner — and Alabama’s Alan Lamar King, a Democratic judge.

Never mind, leading Leftists insist. The issue is bogus, and the commission is evil.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va.), a long-time Clinton confidante, vetoed a bill in February that would have required probes of elections in which the number of ballots cast exceeded the number of voters eligible to cast them. How could any honest person oppose such a measure?
There is more.

I think they oppose finding vote fraud because they think they benefit from it, but the vote fraud that is being found is not just Democrats trying to cheat Republican votes.  It is also Democrats cheating other Democrats in primaries.  It is a blue on blue phenomena in some cases.  Voter registration fraud is one way they try to manage the results of elections.  It allows them to bus people from one precinct to another to vote multiple times.  It is the main reason they really oppose voter ID.


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