In the past three presidential elections, there has been a lot of controversy about voter fraud and fraudulent voter registration, the majority being favor of Demcorats. The integrity of elections has been questioned by some due to dead people voting, people voting more than once or voting in more than one state and voting machines changing votes from one candidate to another. In the 2016 election, there is still the question of whether or not several million non-citizens (mostly illegal aliens) voted, thanks to liberal states like California and Oregon.
President Trump on Thursday signed an executive order establishing an “election integrity” commission to investigate voter fraud.
The commission will be chaired by Vice President Mike Pence, and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will serve as vice chair, the White House announced during Thursday’s press briefing.
It will “study the registration and voting processes used in Federal elections” as well as “fraudulent voter registrations and fraudulent voting,” the order says…
Hopefully, this investigation will reveal the truth about the 2016 election and settle some of the controversy of how many illegal votes were really cast for Hillary Clinton. When Green Party Candidate Stein forced a recount of votes in Michigan, there was evidence discovered of Democratic voter fraud and votes counted up to 6 times, mostly in favor of Hillary Clinton.