John Kenneth "Ken" Blackwell is Trump's Domestic Policy Adviser.
|2004.10.22||Blackwell tells a Federal Judge who orders him to testify during an investigation into whether or not he rigged the 2004 Presidential election for Bush that he would, "rather go to prison than testify." enquirer.com|
|2004.11.22||The 18th major lawsuit during Blackwells term as Ohio Secretary of State is filed against him. moritzlaw.osu.edu|
|2004.12.28||Blackwell refuses to give a deposition to Congressional members investigating voter fraud after he is accused of rigging the 2004 election for President Bush in Ohio. seattletimes.com|
|2005.01.08||Blackwell sends letters asking for corporate donations, which is illegal under Ohio law. wtol.com|
|2006.01.16||A group of 31 pastors contact the IRS alleging that a number of churches in the state had been secretly funding Blackwell which violates laws prohibiting charity groups involvement in political campaigns. nytimes.com|
|2006.03.17||Blackwell sends an email to the media where he says has never heard of any of the churches that he is being accused of getting illegal donations from, the I.P address of the email header reveals he sent the email inside of one of the churches he claims he has never heard of. web.archive.org|
|2006.03.29||A Judge orders Blackwell to remove a list of 1.2 million Social Security numbers belonging to Ohio citizens that he "accidentally" published on his website. web.archive.org|
|2006.04.26||Blackwell accidentally mails computer disks containing the names, addresses, and the Social Security numbers of 5.7 million registered voters in Ohio. web.archive.org|
|2006.04.29||The IRS opens an investigation into Blackwells political donations from churches. archive.boston.com|
|2006.05.09||After fighting to move to electronic touch screen voting machines instead of paper ballots, it's discovered that the voting machines had a backdoor software “glitch”, on top of that it's revealed that Blackwell owns large amounts of shares in the company that makes the voting machines. web.archive.org|
|2006.07.25||Blackwell says, "Gays can be reformed just like arsonists." advocate.com|
|2010||Blackwell becomes a senior staff member for The Family Research Council, (An organization the Southern Poverty Law Center designated as an anti-gay hate group, after they called for gays to be deported.) frc.org |
Blackwell has a salary of $162,000 a year working for the group.
|2010.08.19||Blackwell writes an article saying Mosques don’t have a right to exist in New York City. huffingtonpost.com|
|2016.11.10||Trump Transition Team announces Ken Blackwell to be Trump's top Domestic Policy Adviser. wsj.com|
|2016.12.15||The Boston globe lists 13 high ranking members of Trump's cabinet who are staunch opponents or who have fought against LGBT rights. bostonglobe.com (See also Homophobia, LGBTQIA, Presidential Transition, Mike Pence, Nikki Haley, Michael Flynn, Ben Carson, Jeff Sessions, Tom Price, Betsy DeVos)|
The individuals are, Mike Pence, Tony Perkins, Ken Blackwell, Kay Coles, Ken Klukowski, Ed Meese, Betsy DeVos, Tom Price, Jeff Sessions, Ben Carson, Michael Flynn, Nikki Haley and Mike Pompeo.