The Margin: Critics charge true intent of Trump threat to would-be fraudulent voters is vote suppression

When President Trump tweeted an ominous pre-midterms warning to would-be fraudulent voters late Saturday, critics were quick to note that voter fraud is statistically nonexistent in the United States; to recall that the president’s own voter-fraud commission, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence and led by controversial Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, had not cloaked itself in glory before being disbanded; and to contend that the president’s true message was that certain voters would not be wrong to approach their assigned polling places with a sense of unease.

The president’s tweet:

All levels of government and Law Enforcement are watching carefully for VOTER FRAUD, including during EARLY VOTING.

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