Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Kobach Broke Kansas SecState Office?!?

A glimpse at GOP reform inspired by the GOP firebrand who used his political power in a way that current GOP lawmakers believe must be curtailed. Here's an exceptionally rare instance of an office-holder wanting to give up power. Checkit:

Kansas AG, secretary of state want to end prosecution power secured by Kris Kobach

Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Secretary of State Scott Schwab recommended Monday a House committee move to repeal a state law granting unique authority to the Kansas secretary of state's office to prosecute cases of alleged voter fraud.The legal power not held by any other state's chief election officer was obtained in 2015 by Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state who worked four years until the Republican-led Legislature yielded to his demand for the right to bring criminal charges.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Legislation otherwise known as the "Let's Pretend The Dipshit Never Happened" Bill!


Anonymous said...

Schwab's too busy counting his dead kid millions to be bothered doing his job and cleaning up our voter rolls and eliminating voter fraud.

Anonymous said...

^^There is no voter fraud dummy. Continue to drink the Kool-aid.

Anonymous said...

^^^ There's no Kool-Aid either, Brownback left the State too broke to afford it.

JoCo Voter said...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LOL!

Good on all of you. This might be my favorite thread of the week so far.