As Donald Trump’s approval ratings hit historic lows, everyone is asking how he intends to win a re-election campaign. And before the 2020 presidential election, many political observers are wondering how the Republican Party can keep its majority in the House and Senate in the 2018 midterm elections.
Will the GOP legislators distance themselves from the president in a desperate attempt to save their jobs? How can Trump win the White House again when only 35 percent of the country approves of the job he is doing? How can Republicans retain their seats when 84 percent of America thinks they are doing a terrible job?
It’s simple. They will just steal it.
As the country has focused on Steve Bannon, Russian collusion and Confederate statues, the Trump administration has quietly implemented a plan to systematically disenfranchise thousands of voters across the country. It is not as sexy as schizophrenic tweets or white supremacist rallies, but it is far more important.
On May 11, Trump signed an executive order establishing the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. The order named Vice President Mike Pence the head of the panel, but the real story was the person he named vice chairman, who would be carrying out the day-to-day-operation for the commission: Kris Kobach.
Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, makes former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio look like Martin Luther King Jr. He is called the “architect of the most racist law in modern American history.” In fact, Arizona Senate Bill 1070…
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