In a head-spinningly illogical non-sequitur, top Democratic U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer has managed to reveal what his party is most worried about from the Trump administration.
That would be the Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, which President Trump established by executive order in May.
But Schumer insisted Thursday that Trump dismantle his commission dedicated to investigating voter fraud. What reason did he cite?
Well, you see, it all has to do with white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Charlottesville.
In a post on the Medium website, headlined “After Charlottesville, It’s Time to End the Assault on Voting Rights,” Schumer wrote: “Under the guise of voter fraud, which experts agree is practically non-existent, conservative forces in the administration, cheered on by white-supremacy-stoking publications like Breitbart News, are reviving the old playbook of disenfranchising minority voters. (Read more from “Schumer Inadvertently Reveals Democrats Number 1 Worry” HERE)