State Representative Asked To Investigate Voter Fraud Part 1

Idaho State Government and State Politics
Last edited on February 13, 2017 

Since about January 23, 2016 President Donald Trump has claimed that three to five million illegal votes were cast during the 2016 election. It is time for our other elected official to investigate this very serious charge.

Did it happen and are Blanksma, Zito and Brackett lazy? I asked.


It seem rather odd that three weeks into President Trump's first term that no U.S. or State Representative has moved forward with an investigation of his massive voter fraud charges. Could it be our elected leaders do not care that about massive voter fraud or is it possible they don't believe the President of the United States.

Let's find out, at the Idaho State level, what our lawmakers will do when asked to start an investigation into this massive voter fraud issue. It will be interesting.

The Email To My Representative Asking To Investigate
On February 12, 2017, I sent the following email to my state representatives and selected leadership officials.


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Subject: Please Investigate the Massive Voter Fraud  Tim Bondy 

Being a citizen of the Idaho's 2nd Congressional District, Idaho Legislative District 23 and a legal resident of Elmore County, Idaho, I believe it is your sworn duty to immediately, fully and very publicly investigate President Trump's claim that massive voter fraud occurred during the 2016 elections.

On January 23, 2017, at a While House meeting with congressional leaders, President Trump said that between three and five million illegal votes were cast during the 2016 election. Obviously, the President of the United State used the full powers of various intelligence and law enforcement agencies to research this claim of massive voter fraud.

In another policy communications news release on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, President Trump said he was going to “be asking for a major investigation into voter fraud, including those registered to vote in two states.” On that same day, the chairman of the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said the “prime jurisdiction” to investigate alleged voter fraud is at the local and county levels. The chairman went on to say there is a federal function [to investigate] since states set voting laws and certify the tallies.

And just this week (Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017), White House policy adviser Stephen Miller said “The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud.” It is obvious to all citizens that President Trump is now looking to individual states and more localized agencies to fully investigate this real and present danger to our nation and its voters.

I do not believe the United States of America can leave anything to chance when it comes to our democratic process and expect your investigation into this massive voter fraud to be all-encompassing. We can leave no stone unturned nor allow one illegal vote to mar our republic that so many fought and died for. Our goal is to make this country great again but with the entire 2016 election being called into question by President Trump, it's hard to see to this country ever achieving that goal.

When do you think the investigation into the massive voter fraud will begin?

Sincerely,

-S-

Tim Bondy
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Mountain Home ID 83647
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xxxxxxx@gmail.com
https://timbondy.blogspot.com/


cc: [Transmitted on Sunday, February 12, 2017 to the following] Senator Bert Brackett / bbrackett@senate.idaho.gov , Representative Megan Blanksma / mblanksma@house.idaho.gov , Representative Christy Zito / czito@house.idaho.gov , President Pro Tempore of the Senate Sen. Brent Hill / bhill@senate.idaho.gov , Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep. Scott Bedke / sbedke@house.idaho.gov Majority Leader Sen. Bart Davis / bmdavis@senate.idaho.gov , Majority Leader Rep. Mike Moyle / mmoyle@house.idaho.gov

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Here are the email addresses I sent my letter to on February 12, 2017:
bbrackett@senate.idaho.gov; mblanksma@house.idaho.gov; czito@house.idaho.gov; bhill@senate.idaho.gov; sbedke@house.idaho.gov; bmdavis@senate.idaho.gov; mmoyle@house.idaho.gov

Thanks,

Tim Bondy

Originally Published on February 12, 2017.

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