DOJ Forcing Voter Fraud Via The Motor Voter Act

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Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual–or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country. ~ Samuel Adams

Yesterday I wrote about the DOJ joining forces with the NY AG to abuse NY businessmen with the Martin Act. Well, now the DOJ is abusing laws on a national scale and it is to enable voter fraud. Not only that, why are we using tax dollars to sue our own states? Have we always done this? It’s nuts!!!

The DOJ is using the National Voter Registration Act to possibly enable voter fraud.

The Obama DOJ filed suit against Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration in July 2011, claiming that the state failed to provide eligible voters with sufficient opportunities to register. Under Section 7 of the Motor Voter law that President Bill Clinton signed in 1993, state health and social service agencies are required to offer voter registration forms to all eligible adults.

Project Vote, an affiliate of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) has filed a separate Motor Voter suit against Louisiana, in partnership with the NAACP.

Both lawsuits focus on Section 7 of the law while ignoring Section 8, a provision requiring state officials to keep voter rolls up to date, and to purge the names of deceased and ineligible voters in order to reduce the opportunity for voter fraud. Read more: Daily Caller

What is happening in essence is that the DOJ is enforcing section 7 and allowing section 8 to become null and void. Theses two sections are meant to act together to ensure that they increase the voter rolls but that the voters are LEGITIMATE voters. If only section 7 is enforced, the assurances that guarantee the voters are screened for legitimacy disappears. The goal is to make the pressure to enforce section 7 so intense that no one has the time or will to check the validity of the voter registration forms. Read here: Washington Examiner

They are demanding that the voter rolls be kept up, period.

Louisiana agencies are making voter forms available and the claim is bogus.The lawsuit seeks to nullify section 8 which guarantees that ineligible voters, such as dead people, are removed.

The goal is to enforce half the law.

Since ACORN (Project Vote and the NAACP) is filing a lawsuit against Louisiana at the same time as the DOJ. I wonder if there is some collusion here???

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