2 lists. What does Jeff Sessions say? GOP members need to know, before they vote Email Print

Before Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and the Senate Judiciary Committee votes today, to wave through their colleague Jeff Sessions to be the top law enforcement officer in the land, they should ascertain first what Sessions knows about these 2 lists. They were brought into the limelight by the words and actions of Pres. Donald Trump.

The first one is a list of labeled "potential double voters", distributed to more than 2 dozen states, including key swing states. See below a screenshot from the lists, sent within the last few years by Trump ally Kris Kobach to the Secretaries of State, from the Interstate Crosscheck list compiled by Kobach.

The fallacious voter list used for purges includes partially mismatched names, yet sends the names off to states to consider for a scrub list.

Participating states include Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, Georgia, and North Carolina. The list is obviously so flawed that Florida eventually opted out of Interstate Crosscheck. Oregon stopped participating as well because the "data we received was unreliable", according to the SoS office.

A larger, clearer image of the name matches can be seen here at the reporter's website (gregpalast.com).

Not everyone whose name is on the list will get scrubbed from the voter rolls. It depends how diligent county and state elections officers are in paring down the list and not targeting innocent voters.

But someone falsely marked as a potential double voter can be removed, and then forced to vote by provisional ballot.

What are the tallies of provisional ballots in swing states of Michigan and Pennsylvania? How many were disqualified, and how many were validated and counted?

When Donald Trump accuses millions of voters of being "fraudulent" double voters and illegal voters, will Sessions check out whether Kris Kobach's Interstate Crosscheck list may have falsely accused innocent registered voters of being double voters?

It might shed more light on the election of the 1-acre – 1-vote President.

Not to mention, a bunch of folks in Trump's inner circle were registered in 2 states, including Sean Spicer, Tiffany Trump, Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, Jared Kushner.

The second list is the list of countries singled out for the traveler ban:  

Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia

Question for the nominee to head law enforcement:  How many refugees from any of those 7 countries have attacked or killed people on American soil?

Answer for each of the 7 countries:  zero. From each.

Meanwhile, the countries that sent terrorists to kill US citizens - at the WTC, Pentagon, San Bernardino - came from countries where Trump has business operations but are left off the list - Saudia Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan.


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