Is President Trump going to Investigate Voter Fraud?

CNN PolitcsCNN mull’s over the fact that President Trump lost the “popular vote” but CNN fails to take into consideration the voter fraud associated with the loss of the ‘popular vote‘ nor the potential ‘rigging‘ of the election that was discovered prior to the election.

Trump believes millions voted illegally, WH says — but provides no proof

“Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump believes millions of votes were cast illegally in last year’s election, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said on Tuesday, but he wouldn’t provide any concrete evidence for the claim, which has long been debunked.

“The President does believe that, I think he’s stated that before, and stated his concern of voter fraud and people voting illegally during the campaign and continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence people have brought to him,” Spicer said.
Pressed for what evidence exists, Spicer would say only that Trump “has believed that for a while based on studies and information he has.”
When pushed about whether Trump will call for an investigation into the voter fraud, Spicer said, “maybe we will.”

President Trump Still Believes Millions Voted Illegally: White House

“After being repeatedly pressed about President Donald Trump‘s unsubstantiated claims that “millions” of people voted illegally in the presidential election, White House press secretary Sean Spicer left the door open to a possible investigation into the claims during a press briefing Tuesday.”

 Not only was the issue of illegal votes a problem for Mr. Trump, but there appeared to also be election rigging!


This is a list of the presidential candidate and the Missouri politicians that were slated to win, prior to the elections, according to FTP site: KFVS12.

>Hillary Clinton (D) 906,346 44%
>Eric Greitens (R) 907,978 45%
> Russ Carnahan (D) 898,392 44%
> Robin Smith (D) 917,767 45%
> Eric Schmitt (D) 903,083 44%
> Teresa Hensley (D) 1,121,716 55%
> Jason Smith (R) 112,738 45%
>Gary Romine (R) 34,582 55%
> Doug Libla (R) 29,456 55%
> Wayne Wallingford (R) 31,678 55%
> Elaine Freeman Gannon (R) 9,746 45%
> Travis Barnes (D) 8,250 55%
> Rick Francis (R) 6,306 45%
> Kathy Swan (R) 5,500 55%
> Don Rone (R) 7,847 55%
> Andrew McDaniel (R) 6,875 55%
> Steve Cookson (R) 5,231 55%

What is interesting about this list is that is that not all won.  We believe that the amazing turn out for President Trump changed the outcome dramatically. But of the ones that did win and this writer has researched, they were on the ‘special interest dole‘. Which, sells out the ‘voice of the people‘ to corporations that may or may not have the best interest of the constituent in mind. In any event, time to get back to paper ballot and a more controlled and responsible voting process.  We are glad President Trump has taken an interest!