Obviously, GOP-controlled states didn't have any evidence of voter fraud when they were pushing voter restrictions. So they had to go out find some.
“Before, the narrative was that there’s no such thing as voter fraud,” he said. “That’s obviously changed. Iowans expect us to do something when we know there’s a problem.”
Advocates for ballot access and Schultz’s critics, however, say the five guilty pleas prove only that voter misconduct is statistically insignificant — and that it’s generally the result of misunderstandings rather than fraud.
Five cases, none of which appear to be someone actually trying to commit fraud. Maybe you could investigate some real problems.
And in Ohio
, they found a grand total of
Seventeen non-U.S. citizens voted illegally during the 2012 election
Maybe you should deal with your swearing problem.