Integrity? Why, We Have Boxes of It. Somewhere.

January 02, 2018 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Remember Republican Secretary of State and WannaBe Governor Kris Kobach and the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity that Trump appointed to prove that he lost the popular vote due to widespread voter fraud?

Yeah, well, everybody else forgot about it, too.

Trump’s election integrity panel has been unable to meet for months due to several lawsuits against the panel.

There ya go.  The Election Integrity Panel has problems with integrity.

How Trumpian!

Thanks to Deb for the heads up.


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6 Comments to “Integrity? Why, We Have Boxes of It. Somewhere.”

  1. Any so-called “integrity commission” associated with Drumpf or his Mal-Administration would be the example in the dictionary definition of “oxymoron”.

  2. Just the way the GOP rolls. That’s The Greedy Old Pervert’s.
    As if you didn’t know.

  3. Jane & PKM says:

    Micr, oxymoron is way too technical a term for Donnie’s associates in crime. They’re all just the simple sort of garden variety moron that Rex called Donnie. It’s been said that the Dotard45 maladministration is the most corrupt in history. Maybe. The dumbest for sure. Blatant, too. Dolt45 isn’t the first to dance around the Emoluments Clauses, but he is definitely the most in our face about it. Much akin to the mouse flipping off the condor, Donnie will have his Mueller Time.

  4. @Jane & PKM
    Ahh.. the last great act of defiance indeed. A version To be included in my Memorial Service along with the karaoke version of You Can’t Always Get What You Want.

  5. One of the lawsuits was filed by a Democratic member of the panel, a last-ditch measure when he was unable to find out anything about what the panel was supposed to do and how he was supposed to do it.

    Does that photo look to anyone else like a smarmy televangelist? It’s always the same grin that looks like he’s just waiting to fleece the faithful.

  6. While we’re waiting, how about if the commission looks into election regret? I’m sure they’ll find far more voter remorse than voter fraud, so they’ll actually accomplish something.


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