PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams writes in The Hill today why he’s sticking with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity:
You would think critics of the commission would relish the chance to prove once and for all the concerns about election integrity are overblown and that voter fraud is really a myth, as they assert. After all, if the commission comes up empty, their argument is strengthened, right?
That would be a rational approach.
Read the full article at The Hill.