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KS Secretary Of State Calls Clinton A 'Knucklehead' Over Voter Purge

Kris Kobach had some less than respectful words for Hillary Clinton after she criticized his plan to purge voter rolls.
KS Secretary Of State Calls Clinton A 'Knucklehead' Over Voter Purge

Kris Kobach forgot to call Hillary Clinton an old poopy-head too, but that doesn't mean he didn't capitalize on the opportunity to look like the sexist pig he is.

Also, it's pretty hilarious to see these guys all take to their Facebook pages to answer the mean lady tweets.

On Monday night, Clinton’s campaign Twitter account criticized Kobach’s proposed regulation allowing him to remove the names of more than 34,000 suspended voters from voter rolls.

Purging 34,000+ voters from Kansas elections is no administrative rule — it’s a targeted attack on voting rights,” Clinton tweeted, including a link to an Associated Press story.

Most of the suspended voters on Kobach’s list lack documents proving they are citizens, such as a birth certificate or passport. Though a public hearing has been set for Sept. 2, Kobach has the power as secretary of state to implement the change.

On Tuesday, the Republican posted a response to Clinton on his Facebook page.

“Hillary Clinton attacked our office today on Twitter,” Kobach said. “She thinks it is an ‘attack on voting’ to give registrants 90 days to complete their registrations by sending or emailing in proof of citizenship (which is way more time than other states give).”

In his zeal to prove he's totally justified for creating a "solution" to a problem that doesn't exist, Kobach went on to rant a bit.

In his Facebook post Tuesday, Kobach disputed the notion that he is purging voters who don’t supply proof of citizenship within 90 days.

And what is the consequence of waiting more than 90 days? It’s not being ‘purged’ as the left-wing knuckleheads claim,” Kobach said. “It’s just having to fill out the form again. Oh the horror! Hillary is getting her pantsuit in a twist over nothing. #pantsuitinatwist.”

Well, isn't that special?


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