IRONY: Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Removed from NC Voter Roll Due to Election Fraud Investigation

We have all always known that the 2020 election was rigged, likely about as much as the 2016 election. It just wasn’t enough to overcome the massive Democratic vote made possible by making it easy to vote. We knew that the Trumps had a plan to circumvent the vote if they lost. We didn’t know that Mark Meadows had a diabolical plan to rig the 2020 vote by voting in North Carolina even though he didn’t live there:

From the Washington Post:

Mark Meadows, a former chief of staff in the Trump White House, has been removed from the voter roll in North Carolina as the state investigates allegations that he committed voter fraud in the 2020 election.

On April 11, Macon County officials “administratively removed the voter registration of Mark Meadows … after documentation indicated he lived in Virginia and last voted in the 2021 election there,” North Carolina State Board of Elections spokesman Patrick Gannon said in a statement.

Donald Trump is followed by White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows as he departs for a day trip to Norfolk, Va., from the White House in Washington, March 28, 2020. Photo by Joshua Roberts/Reuters

Obviously, this is a bit different than the classic “rig” that the Trumps planned per Don Jr.’s text. It is not like Meadows arranged for alternate Electoral College votes, at least not in this investigation, only that he registered from a trailer park without a trailer:

State investigators in North Carolina launched a probe into Meadows’s voter registration last month after news organizations reported he had registered to vote in 2020 using the address of a mobile home in Scaly Mountain, N.C. The former owner of the mobile home claimed Meadows never stayed there, prompting the state attorney general to request an investigation.

Wow. That sounds a lot like a guy who simply picked an address at large and used it so that he could vote in a state where his vote would do the most good. North Carolina is far more purple than blue Virginia. Perhaps a national vote for president would help, then people in “red no matter what” states would vote more, and in exchange, people in “blue no matter what” states would also vote more.

Mark Meadows and his wife, Debbie Meadows, who listed a mobile home that they didn’t live in as their residence on their 2020 voter-registration forms. Photograph by Alex Edelman / Getty

Too bad Republicans are working hard to ensure fewer people vote than think of the most logical way to get more people to vote. And it might’ve kept Mark Meadows out of court for voter fraud.

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