Court Rejects Challenge To Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission

Liberals are freaking out about Trump’s voter fraud commission. One group even tried to challenge it in court but the judge threw out the case. Rack this one up as another win for Trump.

FOX News reports:

Court turns back challenge to Trump’s voter fraud commission

A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday ruled that a challenge to President Trump’s voter fraud panel does not have the legal standing to move forward.

In a U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit opinion, Judge Stephen Williams did not rule on the merits of the case but instead said the plaintiff — the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) — is “not a voter” and therefore has no legal standing to sue for alleged violations of the 2002 E-Government Act.

EPIC “has suffered no informational or organizational injury from the defendants’ attempt to collect voter data without first producing an assessment,” Williams wrote.

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The privacy-rights group had sought to sue Trump’s controversial “election integrity” commission, alleging the panel violated federal law by gathering massive amounts of information on the country’s registered voters.

Several privacy watchdogs have spoken out against the panel and have questioned whether the information gathered would be kept safe from hackers. They also raised concerns that the data could be used for nefarious political purposes like voter suppression.

Why are Liberals so afraid of voter integrity? It says a lot about them, doesn’t it?


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