In excess of 3,000 Democrat voters have unregistered from the party in Colorado over the last few weeks and the Democrats are in full panic mode. Party officials have rallied together to place a lop-sided explanation on this bummer of a week by announcing their perceived reasoning behind this panicked egress: Donald Trump's Election Fraud Commission has scared voters who don't want their personal information released to the federal government!
Yes, it's so obvious, isn't it? When 99% of Democrats never even read the newspapers or the watch the news, somehow, they have found a moment of clarity away from their medical marijuana to realize that Donald Trump wants to know who didn't vote for him and where they live! In fact, he may even want to know where they keep said marijuana in their house so he can confiscate it! The horrors!
Top officials in the Democratic National Committee are worried about a sudden drop in voter registrations in Colorado, concerned that President Donald Trump’s new election commission is encouraging Democrats across the country to remove themselves from the electoral grid for fear of revealing personal information to the GOP leadership.
Led by DNC Chairman Tom Perez, they’ve begun an effort — in conjunction with the Colorado Democratic Party — to persuade other members of the party’s rank-and-file to stay registered.
“If you unregister, you are giving a victory to proponents of voter suppression,” Perez said in an interview with McClatchy.
Denying the GOP a victory on this issue, he said, is the party’s new rallying cry.
“That’s our message,” Perez said. “And we’re out there delivering that message in every way possible.”
More than 3,000 Colorado voters have unregistered since Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requested personal data on voters in late June, according to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. The commission, created to investigate alleged voter fraud in states across the country, drew bipartisan backlash this month with its request, with officials in both parties declining to provide the information out of concern for voters’ privacy.
But to Perez, the case in Colorado is an example of the Trump-created commission trying to make it more difficult to vote. He and other Democrats have accused the group of laying the groundwork for Republican-led efforts that would make voting more difficult. (Trump has said, without evidence, that three to five million men and women voted illegally in the last election. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 3 million.)
“The commission has nothing to do with election integrity and everything to do with voter suppression,” Perez said.
And there it is! C'mon, you knew this was coming. The magic words that always gets Democrat snowflakes' panties in a bunch: “voter suppression.” It's almost satisfying to see Democrat officials using the old Liberal Playbook and resorting to the tired tactic of “voter suppression,” “racism,” and “White supremacy.”
“What we’re seeing in Colorado, we hope that doesn’t spread elsewhere,” said one DNC official. “That’s why we’re working on educating voters across the country about this. We’re not trying to incite panic, but the DNC itself is monitoring this situation and is concerned by what we’re seeing.”
Damned right, you're worried. I'd be worried, too, if my gravy train was heading south again. Speaking of south, let's talk about the ACTUAL reason that 3,000 voters have unregistered from the Democrat party. Notice above that the writer of the article, Alex Roarty, is keen to point out that this commission's requests drew “bipartisan” ire. Interesting that the Republicans who were supposedly so upset over this commission are not unregistering from the Republican Party. Hmmm…
Could it be that the reason for that is that the Republican Party has no “illegals” registered? Just an innocent question, but isn't it interesting that Democrats are unregistering in droves, but Republicans (who we've been assured are just as incensed as the Democrats) have decided to stick it out with the RNC and chance being exposed to the evil clutches of Donald Trump?
Kris Kobach, the Republican secretary of state in Kansas and vice chairman of Trump’s commission, dismissed concerns about voters withdrawing their registration.
“It could be a number of things,” he said, according to Breitbart. “It could be, actually, people who are not qualified to vote, perhaps someone who is a felon and is disqualified that way, or someone who is not a U.S. citizen saying, ‘I’m withdrawing my voter registration because I am not able to vote.’ It could be a political stunt – people who are trying to discredit the Commission and withdrawing temporarily because they are politically active but planning to get back on the voter rolls before the election next November.”
I'm going with Kobach's explanation. Listen to a great interview with Kris Kobach below about the ridiculous amount of Left-wing organizations (many George Soros funded) that have been initiating lawsuits galore in order to halt this attempt to look at voter fraud. Enjoy!
Source: McClatchy DC Bureau