Of course it was made up scare tactic. He asked for an investigation and that was supposed to bring into question the future of the 2020 election? Nonsense, even if there had been an investigation it would doubtless not have been on the scale of what the Democrats have been doing since they took over the House.
Did Schiff name specific ways that the election would be so unfair that the Democrats had to take the right from the voters to choose a President in 2020?
What if Judicial Watch had just said How can we allow the voters to choose in Iowa, because the elections might not be fair? Would that be OK?
I know little about Judicial watch, but has any evidence been brought in this thread to show they meant to sow doubt in the integrity of the election by making false statements? Did anyone offer to meet with them and ask where they got their supposed information and see if they could explain to them where they were wrong and ask them to withdraw their statement?
And the fact that a cleaned up current voter registration list was provided does not mean that there was no problem. The “Tweet” accusing Judicial watch of fake news is showing updated current voter registration information that was just released. So one ought to wonder if these updated roles aren’t the result of what Judicial watch put out. Judicial watch did not claim that this was voter fraud, only stated that there were more registered voters than possible according to data from " the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in 2019 and the most recent U.S. Census Bureau’s five-year American Community Survey, "
My guess would be the apparent discrepancy was likely just not removing people who had moved away or died…probably no big deal.