Holder Defends Foreigners Voting in Florida Elections

The real scandal (as Hans von Spakovsky calls it) in the fight between Florida and the Eric Holder Justice Department is that Holder is ultimately defending foreigners voting in American elections. Try that position on for size amongst the general public, and Obama’s campaign strategists aren’t going to like the outcome.

The Justice Department lawsuit against Florida will stop Florida from removing non-citizen voters from the rolls by freezing the entire purge process. Justice claims that immediate removal of foreigners falls within time limits that restrict Florida’s ability to remove legitimately registered voters.

But a citizen of Guatemala isn’t a legitimately registered voter in Florida in the first place. They committed a crime when they registered to vote. Florida and the Justice Department should be indicting and prosecuting these voters who falsely registered.

But maybe they made a simple mistake when the registered to vote? Nonsense.

The voter registration form requires two very deliberate mistakes to be made if a foreigner registers to vote. First, the foreigner must mark a “YES/NO” check-box that they are a citizen. Then the foreigner must sign on a line that swears under penalty of perjury they are eligible to vote. The very first instructions on the form say: “To Register in Florida you must be a US Citizen.” Then in red print it states: if you are not a citizen “you are not eligible to register.”

After the fight between Florida and Holder sorts out, it will be time to prosecute the foreigners who registered and voted in Florida elections. It is a felony under both Florida and federal law for a foreigner to register and vote. The ones who did should go to jail. It is pretty clear that only Florida has any interest in charging these illegal registrants. Holder considers them “the base” or “his people.”

And nobody should be surprised this is happening. The radicals at the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund who fought against Georgia verifying that only citizens are registered to vote in 2009 are now driving the case against Florida from new jobs inside the Justice Department.

Written by J. Christian Adams and published on PJ Media June 14, 2012.

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3 thoughts on “Holder Defends Foreigners Voting in Florida Elections

  1. Ed Darrell

    The Florida purge effort is not directed at foreign, non-citizen voters. It is directed at U.S. citizens, and that’s why it’s illegal. Holder is not defending votes for non-citizens — he’s defending your right to vote.

    Unless, of course, you’re a non-citizen. Are you?

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    1. The Publisher Post author

      C’mon Ed – WAKE UP! Have you really had that much Kool-Aide to drink??? Illegal Invaders are voting all over this country – and in Flori-DUH – just like in Chicaga – dead people vote too. It is these two groups that are being targeted for erasure from the voting polls.

      Holder – like his boss – are a couple of nincompoops – and people who fall for their line of crap are just as ignorant (ignorance, as in – “they might still have a chance” – unlike stupid – and for them – it’s too late). Which category do you fall in to?

      “I see dead people!!!’

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  2. hippybiker

    Ed Darrell. I live in Florida and I trust my Governor. I’m a registered voter here and I don’t want anyone that is not qualified to vote. So take your opinion and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine.

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