Source: whitehouse.gov

Earlier this year, the White House requested written comments from US voters about the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity, led by Vice President Mike Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach. And now the American public has spoken, saying (among other things), “you are evil. pray there is no hell.”

On Thursday, the Trump administration released 112 pages of emails sent to the commission between June 29 and July 11. Out of dozens of messages, two submissions voiced concerns that lined up with the stated mission of President Trump’s voter fraud panel. But many more addressed legitimate voter suppression issues, including gerrymandering, voter ID laws that target low-income and minority voters, efforts to dismantle the Voting Rights Act, Citizens United, the antiquated Electoral College system, Russian interference with the election, and even the voter fraud commission itself, which has been widely criticized as a grand scheme to undermine our democracy.

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Many respondents, however, just wanted to tell Kobach, Pence, and their “sham commission” of vigilantes to fuck right off.

Here are some of the best selections from the batch of emails released by the White House.

Source: whitehouse.gov

Some concerned citizens highlighted the security missteps the commission has already made, by sharing a report from from Gizmodo about the task force asking states to send voter data over an insecure email.

We hope Pence and Kobach do read the article—right after they look into this “Goatse” business.

[The White House]