The request was for information publicly available under each state's laws. And while some states are providing part of this information, many states immediately raised concerns and voiced their opposition to providing the information, and as of Saturday morning, more than half of all US states - 29 at last count - had refused to comply with the commission's requests, saying they are unnecessary and violated privacy, according to statements from election officials and media reports.
As of noon on Saturday, the states who have refused the Commission's demands are: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
It looks like a lot of these states hiding voter roll data from Trump's voter fraud investigation panel went Hillary, but what are they hiding. Usually when anything decides to not cooperate with an investigation, it's really like pleading the 5th or you're just truly hiding something. These 29 states hiding voter data from this voter fraud panel...Obviously have the obvious of illegal votes for Hillary Clinton and other Democrats being hidden from Trump's Federal voter fraud investigation panel.
Voter fraud in the 2016 election consists of likely millions of votes illegally casted for Hillary Clinton, so really all this is saying that Trump's voter fraud allegation is vindicated. These 29 states opting out of Trump's voter fraud investigation...Does nothing more then vindicate Trump's mass voter fraud claim.