Biden’s approval ratings have sailed off a cliff, yet rather than address the systemic issues dividing the nation, he’d rather attack any and all efforts at achieving voter integrity.
And the Democrats like to claim that Biden won fair and square.
Strangely, despite Biden’s supposed popularity, the Department of so-called “Justice” sure does like to spend lots of time harassing states that dare to require voter accountability, as evidenced by its most recent, rather disturbing lawsuit.
Apparently, the DoJ thinks it’s a great idea to attack the state of Arizona for daring to pass legislation regarding voter registration, and it found its perfect spokeswoman in the form of Kristen Clarke, an assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division.
“For nearly three decades, the National Voter Registration Act has helped to move states in the right direction by eliminating unnecessary requirements that have historically made it harder for eligible voters to access the registration rolls,” Clarke began.
As soon as some activist begins with some long-winded whining about the historical value of federal law, one can only imagine how downhill their argument will go.
And how quickly downhill this one went.
Clarke hilarious claims that a new Arizona law is a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as apparently everything is racist per the Democrat orthodoxy.
“House Bill 2492’s onerous documentary proof of citizenship requirement for certain federal elections constitutes a textbook violation of the National Voter Registration Act,” Clarke said indignantly.
Wow. “Onerous” documentary proof. That’s new.
Too bad the media didn’t have to have the same “onerous” requirements when reporting total lies on Trump for multiple years in a row.
To the grave detriment of national security.
Furthermore, since when is proving one’s citizenship such an “onerous” requirement?
Frankly, the absurd mask mandates were far more “onerous,” not to mention useless, relative to proving one’s citizenship.
Not that any of these realizations would sink in with an activist like Clarke.
“Arizona has passed a law that turns the clock back on progress by imposing unlawful and unnecessary requirements that would block eligible voters from the registration rolls for certain federal elections,” Clarke whined.
“Eligible” includes virtually any ballot that can be tampered with, not to mention ballots harvested, stolen, or otherwise adulterated during highly suspect operations in 2020.
Of course, Clarke was backed up by the federal government itself via the official DoJ statement, which reads as follows:
“The United States’ complaint contends that House Bill 2492 violates the NVRA by requiring that applicants produce documentary proof of citizenship before they can vote in presidential elections or vote by mail in any federal election when they register to vote using the uniform federal registration form created by the NVRA.”
Right. Once again, exactly how “onerous” can demonstrating one’s citizenship status be?
Unless, of course, one isn’t a citizen … something that the desperate Democrats are likely counting on for the midterm elections.
After all, they can only doctor so many millions of ballots, given the red onslaught headed their way … which means they need millions of border jumpers to pick up the slack.
Why else have such a porous border, which recently achieved the dubious distinction of one of the most dangerous borders in the world, per the IOM?
Not that the White House cares, as long as the Dems get enough illegals to vote.
Arizona AG Doug Ducey is decidedly unimpressed with the DoJ’s latest scheme, stating the rather obvious.
“Federal law prohibits non-citizens from voting in federal elections. Arizona law prohibits non-citizens from voting for all state and local offices, and requires proof of citizenship,” Ducey remarked drily.
After all, a New York judge recently shot down Dems’ efforts to permit up to 800,000 “noncitizens” to vote in local elections (yes, the left actually tried to codify noncitizens’ ability to vote).
Tellingly, the DoJ has decided to sue largely conservative states over voter integrity laws shortly after a judge dared to follow the constitution in an ultra-left state.
“H.B. 2492 provides clarity to Arizona law on how officials process federal form voter registration applications that lack evidence of citizenship,” Ducey continued, undermining another one of Clarke’s dramatic lies.
Even worse, Ducey has apparently sparred with Biden on more than one occasion, which he also pointed out to the derelict DoJ.
“It’s another round of Brnovich v. Biden as his DOJ continues its attempts to undermine our election integrity laws. I will see you in court. Again,” Ducey remarked wearily.
If only the White House put as much effort into protecting the border as it did into attacking states for daring to achieve integrity …
Author: Jane Jones