Eric Holder and his Justice Department are suing Florida for enforcing voter laws. Sounds dramatic, and maybe a tad bit exaggerated. But, I can assure you, it’s not. Specifically, Holder is trying to prevent Florida from removing ineligible voters from the state’s rolls.
State officials compiled a list that chronicles more than 180,000 registered voters who may not be U.S. citizens, by targeting outdated driver’s license information.
Officials have been attempting to tap federal immigration databases to validate their matches. But, naturally, Homeland Security shot them down.
It doesn’t take a genius to decipher Holder’s intent here. In a nutshell, here’s his argument: “Those evil Floridian Republicans are confiscating the voting rights of Hispanics and Democrats.”
No surprise, the Justice Department will do every thing in its power to safeguard all the dead, illegal, and sometimes just downright bogus, “voters” in this country. Of course, in Holder’s defense, such a scheme may be his only chance at retaining his job come November.