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Sun Jul 1, 2018, 06:41 PM

Courtroom antics show Kobach not fit to lead..

Yeah I know...another post bashing kobitch...But it is running for the governor of kansaaas...so
it is open for dialogue. This article pretty well nails down the handjobs inadequacy to govern/lead
a group of horses to water. Let along a state of hardcore rightwingers..Its campaign ads are full
of b.s. smoke and mirrors.

“On the illegal immigration issue, I also think we need to end sanctuary counties and cities in Kansas. … The way I would do that is take away all state money from them and they will quickly change their tune. Stopping illegal immigration in Kansas is something that the Kansas state government should be doing something about, but instead we’re going the opposite direction and giving incentives for illegal immigrants by giving in-state tuition.”

Would someone please tell me where these kansas sanctuary counties and cities are?

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has been on vivid display in federal courtrooms over the past year, and his performance there tells Kansas Republicans all they need to know about his capacity to be the next governor of Kansas. He clearly lacks the competence and character to be elected to higher office.


The case had been Kobach’s opportunity to showcase his 2010 campaign claims that “the illegal registration of alien voters has become pervasive.” Instead, courtroom proceedings stripped bare Kobach’s public bloviating on illegal voting and revealed his lack of preparation, inadequacies in assembling evidence, ignorance of judicial procedure, and willful violation of elementary courtroom rules.


Some Republicans may admire zealotry in prosecuting voting fraud by non-citizens. But after seven years in office Kobach appeared in court ill-prepared and lacking in evidence. In his reckless quest he has been cited in contempt of court for repeated misleading representations, defiance of court orders, and violations of judicial procedure.


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Sun Jul 1, 2018, 08:13 PM

1. This trial was my soap opera for a while

I really enjoyed following it and I was amused at how bad of a trial lawyer Kobach was. I am hopeful that Koback's failure in this case will hurt him in the governor's race

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