Obama’s speech “is scandalously, outrageously false,” says Trump’s policy adviser


Stephen Miller, a policy adviser to President Trump, is trending on Twitter after he explained the most serious and shocking aspect of mail-in voting — no one is saying much about. He says it is the “catastrophic problem” of “universal mail-in” voting. The “shocking thing” he says is that no one who mails in a ballot has their identity confirmed. No one verifies they are citizens.

There are signature checks but, having worked the polls, when you reject signatures and they go to judges, the judges make the decisions based on air. Usually, the decisions are political.

There is no voter ID with mail-in voting.


In an interview with the New York Times, the attorney general said a number of foreign countries “could easily make counterfeit ballots, put names on them, send them in.” In a string of tweets following the interview, President Trump stated that the 2020 election would be “rigged” because “millions of mail-in ballots will be printed by foreign countries.”

That argument is rejected by MSM’s experts. CBS News found ‘experts’ to say it’s not true.

Recently, CBS local conducted an experiment that didn’t work out well, with USPS losing ballots.


In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” Miller accused his boss’ predecessor of spreading lies about efforts by elected officials to stifle voter participation and minority engagement ahead of November’s election. He slammed Barack Obama and Joe Biden. He stated that Obama sold us out to China and left our borders open to MS-13.

Miller said Obama’s remarks were “shockingly political” remarks on voter suppression.

“That was shockingly political for a funeral service, but it’s also totally disconnected from reality,” Miller said. “It is scandalously, outrageously false.”


You can see clips of Obama’s speech here and here.


Miller also started a furor after he said Democrat mayors and governors are secessionists on Tucker’s show this week. Twitter rats are vilifying him for it.

But the officials in a number of blue jurisdictions are rejecting America’s government. Secession is a good, descriptive word.

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