Guess we should’ve seen this coming

The President convened something called “The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.” I’ll skip the obvious counterintuitive nature of Trump associated with the word integrity and move on the the real issue.

The “Commission” requested voter information from all 50 secretaries of the individual states. Most secretaries simply refused to provide information beyond that which is currently public information. In almost all cases the states indicated privacy concerns.

You’d think that a president who still refuses to release his tax returns would understand the concept of privacy. Yet, in a massive betrayal the administration has released unredacted voter information– exactly the kind of privacy violation with which states were concerned.

Just when you’re thinking someone should file suit– the ACLU has. The complaint can be found here.



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