H2 Note: This first appeared on Dec 11th, 2011.


New York Times & Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. Voter ID Lies; Not Racism, It’s About Illegal Immigrants, Felons With Felonies & Double Voting Frauds Liberal Democrats Support:

New York Times & Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. Voter ID Lies; Not Racism, It’s About Illegal Immigrants, Felons With Felonies & Double Voting Frauds Liberal Democrats Support:
By Marc Chamot

It seems they’ve got racism confused with voting fraud. It’s all a big lie folks. It’s more about Barack Obama, Eric Holder and company, who are quickly realizing their voter fraud constituencies’ are quickly drying up for the 2012 elections.

In order to legally vote in California, voters must be at least 18, must be alive, and must be a Citizen of the United States, they cannot be recent felons, felons on parole, and they must be registered to vote and live in that district they vote in, and the voter can only vote one time in any election.

However, from San Francisco and all over California, it’s estimated that about 15% to 37% are casting fraudulent votes.

According to an election research done in Kern County, Ca in 2003, “we looked in detail at 2,460 of the 14,000 recently registered Democrat voters in Kern County that are registered to vote in the 30th Assembly District.

We were shocked and dismayed by what we found. Of the 2,460 voters that were examined 905 of these people in this sample cast fraudulent ballots. For example, we found;
* 69 people actually admitted voting at least twice. These are just the ones who admitted it.
* 93 people admitted that they voted but are not citizens of the United States. They were told that if they registered and voted, it would help them get their citizenship.
* 272 people actually admitted that they do not live in the 30th Assembly District but that they voted in the 30th Assembly District

We also found people who changed the spelling of their name slightly so that they could register and vote a second time. Someone named William also registered as Bill. We found people with the same name registered at the same address whose birthdays were exactly one year or one day apart. By changing their birth date, one person became two people with two votes.

The biggest problem that we found was the number of people who showed up at the polls and voted using someone else's name. We have testimony from people who report that they went to vote and found that their name had already been used.

People impersonated the legitimate voter. How did they do that? A lot of people are registered but don't vote. Hanging on the wall in every polling place in the State of California is a list of the people that are eligible to vote at that polling place.

By state law, every two hours, an election worker up dates the list with the names of the people who have voted. The cheaters send in someone with a cell phone to call back to the headquarters with the names of the people who have not voted. People claiming to be those people miraculously show up and vote, without proof of ID’s.

We found 905 fraudulent ballots out of 2,460 voters. You do the math. Divide 905 by 2,460 you will get 37 percent. We estimate that 37 percent of the newly-registered Democrat voters who voted in the Kern County portion of the 30th Assembly District cast fraudulent votes.”

But according to the New York Times and Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., the Jr., and his stubborn boss at the White House, they don’t really know what it means, when the U.S. Supreme Court approved voter ID voting in all states, to help eliminate massive voting fraud.

Back in April, 2008, the Supreme Court upholds voter ID law, “The Supreme Court ruled that states can require voters to produce photo identification without violating their constitutional rights, validating Republican-inspired voter ID laws, to help eliminate rampant voting frauds.

In a splintered 6-3 ruling, the court upheld Indiana's strict photo ID requirement, which Democrats and civil rights groups said would deter poor, older and minority voters from casting ballots. Its backers said it was needed to prevent fraud.

The law "is amply justified by the valid interest in protecting 'the integrity and reliability of the electoral process,'" Justice John Paul Stevens said in an opinion that was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy. Stevens was a dissenter in Bush v. Gore in 2000.

More than 20 states require some form of identification at the polls. Courts have upheld voter ID laws in Arizona, Georgia and Michigan, but struck down Missouri's. Monday's decision comes a week before Indiana's presidential primary. The decision also could spur efforts to pass similar laws in other states.

Scalia, favoring a broader ruling in defenses of voter ID laws, said, "The universally applicable requirements of Indiana's voter-identification law are eminently reasonable. The burden of acquiring, possessing and showing free photo identification is simply not severe, because it does not 'even represent a significant increase over the usual burdens of voting.'"

Indiana provides IDs free of charge to the poor and allows voters who lack photo ID to cast a provisional ballot and then show up within 10 days at their county courthouse to produce identification or otherwise attest to their identity.

Stevens said these provisions also help reduce the burden on people who lack driver licenses.”

However, Eric Holder Speaks Up for Voting Rights, actually, Mr. Holder is speaking for mainly ‘African American’ felon’s right to commit mass voting frauds, rights for double voting and for illegal immigrants’ to vote, the usual voting base for Liberal Democrats. “For months, the Justice Department has largely been silent as Republican-dominated legislatures in state after state made it harder for minorities, poor people and other Democratic-leaning groups to vote.

On Tuesday, however, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. spoke out forcefully and promised to use the full weight of his department to ensure that new electoral laws are not discriminatory. To live up to that vow, he will have his hands full.

Republican lawmakers in more than a dozen states have recently enacted laws designed to limit Americans’ access to the polls, often concentrating on voters — blacks, Hispanics, students and the poor — who showed up in large numbers in 2008 to elect Barack Obama.

The Big Lie, they want you to believe; they have imposed strict voter-ID requirements, knowing that millions of people cannot easily meet them; eliminated early voting periods; and restricted registration drives. (Voter ID laws have been introduced in at least 34 states.)

These efforts, Mr. Holder said, have led many Americans “to believe that we are failing to live up to one of our nation’s most noble, and essential, ideals.” Quoting John Lewis, the Georgia congressman who was beaten in the 1960s while advocating voting rights for blacks, he said those rights are under attack by “a deliberate and systematic attempt” to prevent millions of voters from exercising their constitutional right to engage in democracy.

Those cases are harder to make, particularly given the 2008 Supreme Court decision upholding Indiana’s voter ID law, but Mr. Holder at least suggested that his department would now actively be looking for patterns of discrimination in the new laws. As he noted, race continues to preoccupy many state officials.

Mr. Holder effectively demolished the phony voter-fraud excuse used by Republicans supporting these laws, pointing that such fraud happens far too infrequently to justify this kind of discrimination. And he called on citizens of every state to demand a voter registration system that is not cumbersome; allowing anyone eligible to exercise what Lyndon Johnson called “the basic right, without which all others are meaningless.”

Virtually every legal American in the United States, have access or carry ID cards, especially most people in welfare, poor welfare queens and daddy’s, those who get help from the government. They can’t get anything from the government, without any ID’s; they are required have to have them every time they renew their benefits and they are cheap. If they can’t get them, then they are not legal U.S. citizens.

Most people don’t buy Eric Holder’s lame and insane arguments about Voter ID, and neither did the U.S. Supreme Court in 2008. The only people in the U.S., who have no access to ID cards are felons with felonies, felons on the run and illegal immigrants.

Posted 15th December 2011 by MARC CHAMOT

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