Voting in America is taken with a grain of salt by the two parties; but, they will go to the ends of the world to try to cheat and win.
It is a good thing if the 2016 election can be rechecked to see if the number of people who voted matches the registration lists. We must get the voting in check so that people will have faith in our democracy.
The U.S. must produce a voting card with a photo ID and a fingerprint. We have gone too long without any consistent laws from state to state in regards to voting and voting is not taken seriously. A good example is the lackadaisical manner in which the voter registration is handled – dead people stay on the the rolls, same people are Obama even gave permission and encouraged illegals to vote in 2016 presidential election.
Does anyone take that kind of attitude as being serious about voting in this country? Even our politicians never take voting seriously because both sides want to cheat. We need to make the fines and jail time more responsive in order to make people more responsible for this civic responsibility.
Trump to sign executive action on voter fraud
President Trump will issue an executive action concerning voter fraud, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday.
“It will be a follow up on the announcement yesterday of his commitment to better understand voter fraud, faulty registration, etcetera,” Spicer told reporters aboard Air Force One on Thursday, CBS News Steven Portnoy reports.
“The president’s continuing to work with his senior team on the final details. We expect further action on that around the 4 o’clock hour.”
Mr. Trump has, in recent days, repeatedly insisted that three to five million illegal votes were cast in November’s election. On Monday, he said at a small reception for Congressional leaders that the illegal votes cost him the popular vote, although he offered no evidence to support that theory.
In a tweet Wednesday, he said, “I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal,” and “those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!”
The White House has offered no evidence that any illegal voting took place.
(Do you think for a minute Obama’s White House would admit illegal voting took place when Obama, himself, encouraged illegals to vote?)
Mr. Trump’s claim has even been disputed by his fellow Republicans. “I’ve seen no evidence to that effect,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday. “I’ve made that very, very clear.”
(Why would any politician enter this argument and get whacked – use your common sense?)
Spicer, however, has repeatedly defended his boss’ unverified claims. “He continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence that people have presented to him,” Spicer said on Tuesday during a press briefing.
(All of these people who won’t admit there is fraud in the voting system are not going to play with the “Holy Grail.” No guts – no glory – they are politicians not businessmen.)