A future “constitutional conservative” member of Congress.
You can’t make this stuff up. And by that I mean two things: first, of course, you’re not allowed to make up words and pretend that somebody famous said them, or to take some not-famous person’s words and put them in the mouth of a famous person.
And second, this aspiring congressman—well, you can’t make this stuff up.
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Harvard Professor Justin Levitt surveyed more than a billion votes cast in general, primary, special, and municipal elections across the US from 2000 through 2014, and found only 31 credible instances of voter impersonation. And many of those 31 were never confirmed and prosecuted.
In-person voter fraud (ONE person casting a fraudulent vote) is the only kind that voter ID laws prevent.
"I look at this list and can’t help but wonder how she’s supposed to do it. If $11 of apples equals two snacks but $3 in Ramen will feed her entire family for dinner, how can she possibly pick apples with her limited food stamp budget? And how will she ever afford to fill half of every mealtime plate with fruits and veggies, the amount recommended by the same government that issued her food stamps?”