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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Florida District Court Rules Against Holder.....State Will Be Allowed To Remove Non Citizens From Voter Rolls

Well this ruling is quite a blow to our Justice Department and to the democrat party. The state of Florida had discovered and removed 53,000 dead on their voter roles and suspect there are thousands of non citizens registered to vote and were attempting to remove them. The state had been asking since last year for access to the Federal governments Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements database in order to purge their voter roles. Not content with denying the state access to this data base the feds ( eric holder ) decided to sue the state to prevent them from removing non citizens from their roles. This leads one to ask if the dead and non citizens are no longer able to vote will this safely flip the state Republican. Most are aware of the close presidential elections of 2000 and 2004 in the state. What affect will removing a voting block which in the past has voted at 100 % or close to 100 % for democrats have on Novembers election.  Oddly it seems that even those voters who reliably voted Republican while alive have a come to Jesus moment after death and vote democrat.

Florida Judge Smacks Down Holder over Non-Citizens Voting

The Department of Justice tried to prevent Florida and its Governor, Rick Scott, from removing non-citizens from its voter rolls, asking for a restraining order and arguing that removing non-citizens would be a violation of the National Voter Registration Act. Today, a U.S. District Judge appointed by former President Bill Clinton denied the Department of Justice's request, according to the Miami Herald. Florida will now be able to rightfully remove non-citizens from its voter rolls.

Scott said in a statement that "the court made a common-sense decision consistent with what I’ve been saying all along: that irreparable harm will result if non-citizens are allowed to vote."
"Today’s ruling puts the burden on the federal government to provide Florida with access to the Department of Homeland Security’s citizenship database," Scott said. "We know from just a small sample that an alarming number of non-citizens are on the voter rolls and many of them have illegally voted in past elections."
Last year, Florida requested access to the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database the state could use to identify non-citizens who are registered to vote in the state, but the federal government has yet to grant Florida access to the database.

H/T Breitbart

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