Remember when Trump set up that Voter Fraud Commission, in an attempt to explain to the world why he got millions of votes LESS than Hillary Clinton. Trump had a “hunch” that these millions of votes were actually examples of voter fraud. In fact, Trump wanted to appear to be so confident in the fraud, that he set up this presidential commission. Ronald Williams II, 37, of Suitland, was a researcher for the commission. Ronald was terminated for having his cellphone stocked with child porn images.

Child porn is a crippling epidemic in the republican party. It seems that every week I write another article about some respected republican whose crew-cut god-fearing image is actually a facade for a much more sinister persona. These republicans have a devotion to child pornography that is all encompassing. I wrote this one, just a few weeks ago.

First, a tip came in from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. That led to a search of his home. Ultimately, Williams was charged with 11 counts of child pornography, TheHill.

You would think Trump’s voter fraud commission might want to focus on the Russians hacking our elections. According to the last election, this is the biggest threat voter fraud has on our future elections. Apparently, this commission is bent on pushing an unsubstantiated claim that democrats are the ones committing voter fraud. Not to mention all the tax payer money that is being wasted to comfort Trump’s ego, but this “commission” could be producing some good safety measures for future elections.

Besides taking tax payer money, what is this commission doing?

According to this Newsweek article, the commission is facing a legal challenge by a privacy rights group claiming,

the panel is breaking federal law by gathering massive amounts of information on the nation’s registered voters. The Electronic Privacy Information Center, which has been doing court battle against the voter panel for months, filed a revised complaint in District of Columbia federal court Thursday.” Newsweek article

The Voter Fraud Commission has requested personal information from every American. This information can be hacked. Also, the reason for all the data is a big question mark. Ultimately, it will be one of the largest collections of personal data. Many marketing firms would pay top dollar for that list. For all we know, they could be selling your personal information to the highest bidder!