HolyCoast: Justice Department Fights To Make Sure Voters Aren't Properly Identified in Texas

Monday, March 12, 2012

Justice Department Fights To Make Sure Voters Aren't Properly Identified in Texas

The Voting Rights Act strikes again:
The Justice Department's civil rights division has objected to the new photo ID requirement for voters in Texas, saying many Hispanic voters lack state-issued identification.

The department says the state has failed to show that the newly enacted law has neither a discriminatory purpose nor effect.

In a letter to Texas officials, the Justice Department says Hispanic voters in Texas are as much as 120 percent more likely than non-Hispanic voters to lack a driver's license or personal state-issued photo ID.
The Justice Department would have no authority over Texas elections if it wasn't for the Voting Rights Act. But 47 years after it was enacted the civil rights activists still operate as though Texas is a hellhole of discrimination, thus enabling them to use this bad law to control Texas elections (and elections in a number of other Southern states).

The repeal of the Voting Rights Act is long overdue. It's nothing but a tool of the left to promote election fraud and especially voting by illegal aliens.

2 comments:

Larry said...

Saul Alinsky instructed his minions not to use underhanded tactics -unless they were required to guarantee victory. I've had a feeling for a while that Obama's re-election was in the bag, and foreigners casting ballots -in person as well as absentee -will be part of the game.

Sam L. said...

Here's a thought: Register to vote and get a photo-ID Voter card.