This Bill Will Result In More Election Fraud
Election Fraud-Friendly Bill Threatens Pro-Gun House Seats In Congress
— Bill could lock-in ability of illegal aliens to vote
The House of Representatives is very close to a floor vote on legislation that would further restrict the ability of states to prevent voter fraud.
Vote fraud arguably cost gun owners two pro-gun members of Congress — Bob Dornan (R-CA) in 1996 and John Thune for US Senate in South Dakota in 2002. Both of those losses would have been impossible were it not for the Motor Voter Law passed during the Clinton presidency.
As John Fund points out in his book Stealing Elections, there is “accumulating evidence that Motor Voter has been registering illegal aliens, since anyone who receives a government benefit may also register to vote with no questions asked.”
Moreover, says Fund, an INS investigation in 1996 into alleged Motor Voter fraud in California’s 46th congressional district revealed that “4,023 illegal voters possibly cast ballots in the disputed election between Republican Robert Dornan and Democrat Loretta Sanchez.” Representative Dornan lost that election by fewer than 1,000 votes.
Under the Motor Voter Law, anyone getting a driver’s license or applying for welfare must be given a chance to register to vote. It is illegal to ask for proof of citizenship, which of course, makes it VERY DIFFICULT to keep illegal aliens from voting. Several states, such as South Dakota, allow absentee voting with no identification needed to fill out the absentee ballot. Other states do not require identification to vote.
Now, HR 9, the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act, would lock in the abuses that are becoming prevalent under the Motor Voter Law. It would do this by prohibiting “any qualification or prerequisite to voting” that could have the effect of keeping just one law-abiding citizen from voting.
What are “qualifications” or “prerequisites to voting”? Well, consider that many states or localities require photo IDs to protect against voter fraud. But supporters of Motor Voter insist that requiring a photo ID to vote or execute an absentee ballot is a design to reduce voting. Similarly, some supporters of Motor Voter do not want dead people’s names removed from the voter lists, because doing so might accidentally remove legitimate voters. Both measures — requiring photo IDs and list clean ups — are different ways to ensure against illegal vote fraud.
HR 9 would constitute a threat to many pro-gun members of the House especially, but even some Senate seats could be manipulated by locking in voter fraud protections currently in federal law.
ACTION: Please contact your Representative and urge him or her to OPPOSE HR 9, the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. You can visit the Gun Owners Legislative Action Center at http://www.gunowners.org/activism.htm to send your Representative a pre-written e-mail message. And, you can call your Representative toll-free at 1-877-762-8762.
The integrity of the voting process is under attack, and fraud will be made even easier if HR 9 is passed. HR 9 contains language that would override state laws that are designed to prevent vote fraud — just because some lawyer might allege that preventing fraud discourages voting. The language in question is in Section 5(1)(b) of HR 9, the bill to renew the Voting Rights Act.
Voting without a picture ID (in person or when filling out an absentee ballot) arguably caused the defeat of pro-gun Representative Bob Dornan and Woody Jenkins for Senate in 1996 and John Thune for US Senate in 2002.
If the Rules Committee permits an amendment to strike this section, please vote for it. If the Rules Committee prohibits an amendment to kill this section, please vote against the bill.
Gun Owners of America will be counting this on their rating of Congress as a gun vote.
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