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John Fund (National Review and Fox News) returns to Whiskey Politics to update us on the issues discussed during our last podcast visit regarding the bipartisan Election Integrity Commission and how some 2.8 million people are registered in two or more states, and 1.8 million registered voters are dead.
John refers to “political stunts” in which state workers have declared they will deny providing data to the commission, and how powerful Democratic strongholds like Chicago and Detroit use voter fraud to elect corrupt office holders which hurt the Democratic voters who need change. We also discuss why Democrats have so often opposed efforts to crack down on voter fraud at the state level and why the Obama administration for eight years never cracked down on potential ineligible voters.
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