Eric Holder fought tooth and nail to keep illegals on the voter registrations. Democrats love their fraud and know illegals immigrants will typical vote for the pro-criminal Democratic party.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a victory for Republicans, the federal government has agreed to let Florida use a law enforcement database to challenge people’s right to vote if they are suspected of not being U.S. citizens.
Non-citizens cannot vote because it’s ILLEGAL. It’s a victory for Americans, not just Republicans. The AP shows it’s liberal bias with that first line.
The agreement, made in a letter to Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s administration that was obtained by The Associated Press, grants the state access to a list of resident noncitizens maintained by the Homeland Security Department. The Obama administration had denied Florida’s request for months but relented after a judge ruled in the state’s favor in a related voter-purge matter.
Voting rights groups, while acknowledging that noncitizens have no right to vote, have expressed alarm about using such data for a purpose not originally intended: purging voter lists of ineligible people. They also say voter purges less than four months before a presidential election might leave insufficient time to correct mistakes stemming from faulty data or other problems.
Showing a government issued ID would solve the “problems” fast.
Democrats say that the government’s concession is less troubling than some GOP-controlled states’ push to require voters to show photo identification.
After all, showing ID would stop those who typically vote for Democrats: the dead, dogs and illegal immigrants.
But Republicans count it as a victory nonetheless in their broad-based fight over voter eligibility, an issue that could play a big role in the White House race. That’s especially true in pivotal states such as Florida, Colorado, Nevada and North Carolina.
Republican officials in several states say they are trying to combat voter fraud. Democrats, however, note that proven cases of voter fraud are rare. They accuse Republicans of cynical efforts to suppress voting by people in lower socio-economic groups who tend to vote Democratic.
Almost all cases of recent voter fraud involve Democrats, so of course they deny it happens. Just yesterday, the AP reported about a liberal Obama-connected voting rights groups sending filled out ballots to dogs, dead people and illegal immigrants.
The Homeland Security decision may affect places beyond Florida, because Colorado and other states have asked for similar access to the federal database.