Jaw, meet floor
Jerry L. Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, has been asked by President Trump to head up a new task force that will identify changes that should be made to the U.S. Department of Education’s policies and procedures, Mr. Falwell told The Chronicle on Tuesday.
To put this into the proper perspective, a writer named Kevin Roose offers a screencap of "a science textbook I was assigned at his school in 2007
Voting in two states:
Remember when Donald Trump decried people registered to vote in two states? Remember when it came out that Steve Bannon, Steve Mnuchin and Tiffany Trump were registered to vote in two states? Remember how the story suddenly changed, how we were told that multiple-state registration isn't a problem -- actual voting
in two states is the problem?
(As though it were possible to move significant numbers of voters across state lines undetected.)
As we've discussed before, Greg Palast has focused on the Crosscheck software, which keeps tabs on people with the same name -- or similar names -- living in different states. This app was used to deny the vote to people of the "wrong" ethnicity, since they were all presumed to be evil vote impersonators. Without Crosscheck, Trump probably would not be president today.
These screencaps (from Palast's twitter feed) prove that Crosscheck nabbed as "dual voters" every person named "Mohammed Mohammed." As it turns out, thousands of people by that name live in this country; most of them have very different middle names. Middle names don't matter: Crosscheck presumes them all to be the same evil, conniving, election-stealing person. No votes for you