Americans Roast Donald Trump’s Bogus ‘Voter Fraud’ Commission (Emails)

Photo of Mike pence with screen shot of angry email torching the Presidential Advisory Committee for Election Integrity for their bogus attempts to investigate non-existent "voter fraud."

In what seems to be a desperate attempt at a pity party, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (PACEI) published emails from concerned citizens who decided to give Vice President Mike Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach a piece of their mind.

In Kansas, Kobach led the effort to devise one of the strictest voter ID laws in the nation. However, a U.S. District Judge struck part of it down in May as being unconstitutional.

The reaction to Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission seems to be a bit different from what they had hoped for. The emails, laden with profanely snarky comments, offer an eye-opening perspective on how Americans feel about the Commission.

Dear Glorious Overlords, Per your terrifying letter that makes it sound like you are creating super Big Brother, I have some concerns that I would like to share with you...
Snarky email sent in response to Mike Pence and Kris Kobach’s voter fraud commission.

“Any member of the public wishing to submit written comments for the Commission’s consideration may do so via email at,” reads a blog post on the White House website.

“Please note that the Commission may post such written comments publicly on our website, including names and contact information that are submitted.”

And indeed the commission did post the names and contact information of those that complained. Even their home addresses (as seen in pdf page 22).

Email to NJ's Lt. Gov. re: Mike Pence and Kris Kobach's voter fraud commission: Dear Lt. Governor Guadagno: Media reports today have revealed that Kris Kobach, Vice Chair of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, has sent letters to the Secretary of State in all figty states requesting that "all available voter roll data" including "full first and last names of all registrants, middle name or initials if available, addresses, dates of birth, political party, last four digits of social security number, voter history from 2006 onward" among other information. The letter also states that any information provided to the commission is to be made public. This request is very concerning.
This email to N.J. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno says the voter fraud commission’s request for “all available voter roll data” is “concerning.”

Publishing a complaint email on the internet is usually done to shame the complainant. Generally, these emails will be rage-filled and hilarious and everyone will get a kick out of them. And while some of the emails sent to the Commission are certainly rage-filled and hilarious, they bring up a very valid point: this commission is a violation of our privacy. So what better way to prove them wrong than by exposing their private information?

Email to Kris Kobach re: Donald Trump's voter fraud commission: "Does the term 'secret ballot' mean anything to you? Nobody is fooled - you're out to suppress liberal-leaning voters. If you want to know what "undermines [our] confidence in the integrity of federal elections processes," take a look in the mirror.

While some had a lot to say to Kris Kobach, others kept it short and sweet:

Letter re: Mike Pence's and Kris Kobach's Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (PACEI) staff: Dear Mr. Kobach, Fuck off. Sincerely, Marcia McCarthy.
This email’s short and sweet.

Marcia should have coffee with Paul:

You are stupid fucks . And mean. And assholes. Stupid mean fucking assholes.
So how does this voter really feel?

All told the PACEI released 112 pages of emails none of which were very supportive of the wasteful activities taking place just by the Commission’s existence. You can read over the emails here (pdf). If you want to become part of American history by getting published on the White House website, make sure you let Mike Pence and Kris Kobach know what you think of them by sending an email to

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