Monday, January 30, 2017

Trump's Voter Fraud Expert Registered in Three States

A man who President Trump has promoted as an Authority on Voter Fraud was Registered to Vote in multiple States during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Gregg Phillips, whose unsubstantiated claim that the Election was marred by 3 million Illegal votes was tweeted by the President, was listed on the rolls in Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas, according to Voting records found by Election Officials in those States. He voted only in Alabama in November 2016, records show.

In a post earlier this month, Phillips described "an amazing effort" by volunteers tied to True the Vote, an Organization whose Board he sits on, who he said found "thousands of duplicate records and registrations of dead people."

Phillips also has previously tweeted about the dangers of "inactive voters" being able to vote in U.S. elections. "There is already law that compels states to remove inactive voters. Many don't," Phillips tweeted Nov. 29.

The Houston-based True the Vote has challenged the Validity of Voter Rolls in numerous States. On Friday, Phillips tweeted that the Conservative group "will lead the analysis" of widespread voter fraud, and suggested in a CNN interview that it might release the underlying data in a few months.

Shortly after Phillips appeared on CNN on Friday, Trump tweeted: "Look forward to seeing the final results of VoteStand. Gregg Phillips and crew say at least 3,000,000 votes were illegal. We must do better!"

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