To the editor:
Kris Kobach, the self-described impartial investigator into national election fraud, says it cannot be determined whether Hillary Clinton actually won the popular vote. If that is true, then it cannot be determined whether Trump was lawfully elected president. If there is doubt about the Clinton vote, it necessarily follows there is doubt about the Trump vote.
In addition, if the legitimacy of Clinton’s popular vote victory and Trump’s election cannot be determined, what is the point of the new federal voting fraud commission? After all, Kobach and others have never produced or found any evidence to show widespread voter fraud. The answer is obvious: More voting fraud propaganda to support the creation of more restrictions on voters.