Chuck Schumer is fighting Donald Trump at every turn.
Now he’s trying to stop Trump’s efforts to eliminate voter fraud.
And he made one ridiculous comment that will leave you up in arms.
Democrats love claiming election integrity is “racist.”
It’s their go to play.
Somehow they never see that claiming minorities are incapable of obtaining identification is the real racism.
After the election, Trump announced commission on voter fraud and he claimed he lost the popular vote because three to five million illegal votes.
Democrats have been furiously trying to kill it ever since.
Chuck Schumer’s latest attempts to destroy the commission involve exploiting Heather Heyer’s death at Charlottesville as the reason to end the commission.
“Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday pressed President Donald Trump to shutter the commission investigating Trump’s unfounded theories of massive voter fraud in the 2016 election, linking voter disenfranchisement to the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
If Trump does not dismantle the Election Integrity Commission — which has sparked controversy as state officials in both parties refuse to hand over voter information to the administration — Schumer urged Congress to “prohibit its operation through one of the must-pass legislative vehicles” that are set to get considered next month.
“I have been encouraged to see a good number of my Republican colleagues in the Congress speak so strongly against the hateful agenda of the white supremacist, neo-Nazi movement” after the Charlottesville rally left one woman dead and more than a dozen others injured, Schumer wrote in a Thursday blog post.
“But we need more than just words — we also need action,” the New York Democrat said. “And I believe that one important way that Congress can begin to heal this painful divide in our country when we return in September is by showing that we can come together to stop the systemic disenfranchisement of American voters.”
Schumer also called for “a series of public hearings on the status of voting rights in America,” including testimony from Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state tapped by Trump as vice chair of the voter fraud commission.”
Democrats behavior is odd.
They continually insist there is no such thing as voter fraud.
If that is the case, shouldn’t the want Trump’s commission to prove them right?
It looks like they are afraid the commission will turn something up.