The Department of Injustice orders Florida to stop purging ineligible voters from its voting rolls
As Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder is the highest law enforcement agent in the country and it is his duty to uphold the laws of the nation, yet earlier this week he appeared in front of a council of African American church leaders and tried to whip them into a frenzy by falsely claiming that their “sacred right” to vote is under attack all across the nation as states try to implement voter ID laws. Asking people to prove they are who they claim they are before they are allowed to vote seems more than reasonable but the Attorney General has decided that instead of ensuring the sanctity of the vote he would turn it into an us versus them political issue in an attempt to further divide Americans according to race. Hardly becoming of a sitting Attorney General to say the least.
But Eric Holder and the Department of Injustice didn’t stop there: Florida is in the midst of purging its voter roll to remove people who are ineligible to vote in the state. Some of the voters in question are felons, some are dead, some are non-citizens, and some are illegal aliens. Earlier today the Department of Injustice sent the state of Florida a letter demanding the state stop purging the voter rolls of ineligible voters.
The Department of Injustice claims that Florida didn’t follow proper procedure and because of this the state is in violation of federal election law, while Florida claims the state is not in violation of any law and in fact the Department of Injustice has been stonewalling Florida’s attempt at purging the voter rolls for nine months.
Florida is seriously considering fighting the Department of Injustice:
We are firmly committed to doing the right thing and preventing ineligible voters from being able to cast a ballot,” said Chris Cate, spokesman for Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who was ordered by Gov. Rick Scott to conduct the search for potentially ineligible voters
One thing appears to be certain here: The department charged with upholding the law doesn’t seem to have any interest in making sure there is no voter fraud in the state of Florida and by this action today, coupled with the alleged stonewalling on this issue, you could easily come to the conclusion that the Department of Injustice is helping ineligible voters to perpetrate voter fraud.
Why would the Department of Injustice have a problem with the state of Florida purging their voter rolls of ineligible voters? The answer is fairly clear; it is being done for political reasons without a concern at all about ensuring we have a free and fair election in November.
Florida is going to play a huge role in determining who our next president is because Florida is a swing state–many would say Florida is THE swing state, as goes Florida as goes the nation–and it is likely the outcome of the presidential election in Florida could be determined by a small amount of votes. Because many of the ineligible voters in Florida would likely vote for Barack Obama it behooves the Obama regime to leave as many of these voters on the rolls, hence this obvious politically motivated announcement today.
When we cannot trust the Justice Department to seek justice we cannot trust our government at all, but this is the situation we now find ourselves in and Florida must fight this decision to the bitter end. We cannot have the future of our country hinging on the votes of a few felons, dead people, and illegal aliens.