” The Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona state law that requires people registering to vote in federal elections to show proof of citizenship.
In a 7-2 vote, the court said the voter registration provision of the 2004 state law, known as Proposition 200, was trumped by a federal law, the 1993 National Voter Registration Act.
The federal law requires prospective voters to provide one of several possible forms of identification, such as a driver’s license or a passport, but no proof of citizenship is needed. Would-be voters simply sign a statement saying they are citizens.”
Upholding the supremacy of the National Voter Registration Act is a de facto approval of vote fraud . While it is understandable that the court upheld the primacy of Federal law over Federal elections someone needs to challenge the constitutionality of a Federal voter law that only requires the “attest” to their citizenship . We certainly have seen enough examples of voter fraud to know that many , many people are willing to lie about their voter eligibility .
Here is what Wikipedia has to say about the “Motor Voter Act” :
” The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) (42 U.S.C. § 1973gg), also known as The Motor Voter Act, was signed into effect by United States President Bill Clinton on May 20, 1993. However, compliance did not become mandatory until 1995. The legislation required state governments to allow for registration when a qualifying voter applied for or renewed their driver’s license or applied for social services.”
As you could probably guess this law was called into being during the Clinton administration and signed by none other than Slick Willie himself . But perhaps you weren’t aware of the origins of the idea . It not , read on as Wiki provides further elucidation :
” This voter registration movement was spearheaded by the husband and wife team of Frances Fox Piven and Richard Cloward in the early 1980s in response to the Reagan administration. Both of them college professors and liberal activists, it was Piven’s and Cloward’s belief that through government implementation of more active registration proposals, it would increase voter turnout rates which had been on a steady decline since the monumental election of 1896. “
Undoubtedly Cloward and Piven desired to increase voter participation , as long as it was the
right left kind of voter . Between this fraud-facilitating act and the impending amnesty the Alinsky/Cloward-Piven statists are within a hairs-breath of their goal of a permanent democratic majority … just as the public is starting to become aware of the failure of the leftist social model .
For further edification here is the “Justice Department’s” webpage on the act direct from the vaunted “Civil Rights Division” , the self-same group that righted the wrongs in the Philadelphia Black Panther voter intimidation case …