Email #17, Subject: voter fraud

Donald Trump says that: “In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.” That is a massive number.  A recent poll by Qualtrics shows that over half those who did vote for him believe that it is true. That’s an even more massive number. As the Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, you must respond to this crisis. Either our election system is fraudulent, or the allegations are. America needs the facts, and the Judiciary Committee should provide them. Exactly how many cases of voter fraud in the 2016 Presidential election have been documented? How many other investigations are pending? Is our system riddled with corruption or is the public misinformed? This isn’t a Republican or Democrat issue. This is restoring trust in the single most important aspect of our government. It is your responsibility to act.

Chris Gavaler

Author: Chris Gavaler

Chris Gavaler is an associate professor at W&L University, comics editor of Shenandoah, and series editor of Bloomsbury Critical Guides in Comics Studies. He has published two novels: School for Tricksters (SMU 2011) and Pretend I’m Not Here (HarperCollins 2002); and six books of scholarship: On the Origin of Superheroes (Iowa 2015), Superhero Comics (Bloomsbury 2017), Superhero Thought Experiments (with Nathaniel Goldberg, Iowa 2019), Revising Fiction, Fact, and Faith (with Nathaniel Goldberg, Routledge 2020), Creating Comics (with Leigh Ann Beavers, Bloomsbury 2021), and The Comics Form (Bloomsbury forthcoming). His visual work appears in Ilanot Review, North American Review, Aquifer, and other journals.

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