Skip to comments.DoJ Slumbers As Dead Voters Head to the Polls
Posted on 09/27/2010 7:28:54 AM PDT by opentalk
SAN FRANCISCO What is the quietest spot in Washington, D.C.? The Rose Garden? The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier? Actually, its the Justice Departments Voting Section.
Justices unit that allegedly fights disenfranchisement lately has been caught dozing while at least nine states too slowly deliver absentee ballots to overseas GIs. Too many military votes thus may go uncounted in November.
In yet another outrage, the Voting Section is static while the rolls of at least 16 states evidently list ineligible voters, including non-residents, disqualified felons, and yes dead people. Justices response? ZZZZZZzzzzzz......
Even worse, the Big Sleep at Justice seems totally deliberate.
As former Voting Section prosecutor J. Christian Adams testified under oath July 6 before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, he attended a November 2009 meeting in which Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes discussed the federal law that requires that local officials purge illegitimate names from their voter rolls. Adams swore that Fernandes told Voting Section prosecutors: We have no interest in enforcing this provision of the law. It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it.
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I hate freakin’ zombies.
The rise of citizen poll watching groups should create an interesting situation. You know the left desperately wants to scream “Intimidation” but really can’t right now.
Next time a judge allows a bunch of ballots written in crayon on toilet paper, a whole bunch of regular voters need to sue and claim “disenfranchisement.”
Every fraudulent vote cancels out the real and honest votes and it doesn’t matter who is casting which one and what their race is.
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I do recall reading something about the dead rising in the end times...
My son moved to a different state years ago, and he’s still carried on California’s voting rolls.
People that miss one or two voting sessions should be required to re-register.
I believe that’s the way its supposed to be here in Michigan but I’m not willing to skip voting to find out if its enforced.
I check and recheck to make sure my voter registration is in order. My voter registration card isn’t required for voting (they ask for a picture ID) but I take it with me anyway. I accidently washed it with my jeans after the last primary and have already replaced it even though I don’t need it.
The DOJ knows this and deliberately lets it happen. Democrats will do anything to keep their stranglehold on power.
***My son moved to a different state years ago, and hes still carried on Californias voting rolls.***
And I bet “he” has never failed to cast his vote in Kali since, always for a Dem candidate.;-D
So you’re either dead or vote dem, what’s the difference? The mind numbed Zombies didn’t elect Ohuckster. The ones who gave him the win are ready to crucify him. His term isn’t up though so they’re gonna do the next best thing. Fryed dimocrat. If you’re reading posts around the net you know what’s in the air.
So hey you dims, bring out you’re dead! Good luck with that.
Fernandes told Voting Section prosecutors: We have no interest in
enforcing this provision of the law. It has nothing to do with increasing
turnout, and we are just not going to do it.
You’d think that REFUSAL to enforce LAW would be a prosecutable offense
for a Federal/State/Local attorney or official.
But not if they are a Democrat.
The DOJ themselves are dead. Pathetic.
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When I moved out of Georgia, I had to send the SBOE a letter with a copy of my drivers license to get them to remove my name from the rolls.
That scene from Monty Python keeps coming to mind every election season with the democrats pulling their push cart through a run down ghetto barking “bring out yer dead, bring out yer dead!” Expecting help from Eric Holder and his band of merry henchmen is a fool’s errand.