By Rick Oltman, March 5, 2018
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit on February 26 against the Pennsylvania Department of State for failing to provide, under federal law (PILF v. Torres et. al. 1:18-cv-00463), noncitizen registered voter records.
Pennsylvania’s Department of State denied PILF’s legal right to inspect documents associated with noncitizens who are registered to vote, which is a violation of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, even though Pennsylvania’s own Department of Transportation has reported 100,000 noncitizens are registered to vote in the Keystone State.
Christian Adams, President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, presented research and information on illegal voting by illegal alien non-citizens at the September, 2017 Social Contract Writers’ Workshop in Washington, D.C. He presented absolutely irrefutable proof of noncitizens being registered to vote. And in some cases, it wasn’t the noncitizen’s fault whether he/she was a legal immigrant or illegal alien.
At 15:31 on the video, you can clearly see on the federal motor voter form the question “Are you a citizen of the United States?” that was clearly marked “No,” yet the applicant was still registered to vote. Whether this is bureaucratic incompetence or intentional, this starts the process for a noncitizen to vote.
Even though the applicant in this case correctly indicated she was not a citizen of the United States, what is she to think when she begins to receive official election materials, sample ballots, et. al., from the County Registrar of Voters? She will also received campaign materials from candidates for office from city council and the local water district right up to the presidential level, because all the campaigns use the county’s voter registration list to mail and phone to solicit votes. With the local government supplying you with election materials, why wouldn’t you think it was okay to vote? And this is just the mistaken registration.
Pennsylvania has the 5th largest population in the country and has 18 congressmen. It is a state that is a key battleground state in every national election. It goes without saying that our elections must not be influenced by any illegality, accidental or by design.
A national voter I.D. card, which will be given a lot more scrutiny than a driver license application, should be required for every voter in the country. To those who claim there are some who can’t get an I.D. or afford an I.D., I will respond that since our elections are essential to our freedom and self-governance, this is one occasion that I can support taxpayer dollars being used for the handful or so of citizens who can’t afford to get an I.D.
Thanks to the Public Interest Legal Foundation, this Pennsylvania case should give us many, many clues of what to look for in other states and it will prove without doubt that noncitizens are illegally voting in our elections and begin the process to purge those ineligible to vote from the list.
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