By Rick Oltman, September 7, 2018
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Justice have subpoenaed the State of North Carolina to produce eight years of voter registration records, requesting that they deliver, “any and all voter registration applications and/or other documents, as identified below, that were submitted to, filed by, received by, or maintained by the North Carolina State Board of Elections from January 1, 2010, through August 30, 2018, within any of the counties in North Carolina.”
This could run as high as 15 million state records.
On August 27th, ICE announced the indictment of 19 foreign nationals for illegal voting in the 2016 election.
In the subpoena to North Carolina dated August 31st, 2018, the Custodian of Records for North Carolina Board of Elections is COMMANDED by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina to appear in front of a grand jury on September 25th with the following documents:
Any and all voter registration application and/or other documents, as identified below, that were submitted to, filed by, received by, or maintained by the North Carolina State Board of Elections from January 1, 2010, through August 30, 2018, within any of the counties of North Carolina. To include but not limited to:
- Standard Voter Registration Application forms
- Federal Post Card Application (FPCA)
- Federal Write-In-Absentee Ballots (FWAB)
- One-Stop (Early Voting) application forms
- Provisional Voting forms
- N.C. Absentee Ballot Request forms
- Any and all “Admission or Denial of Non-Citizen Return Form” that were generated by the North Carolina State Board of Elections, or were caused to be generated by the North Carolina Board of Elections, and/or the Ethics Enforcement Office.
- Any and all voter Registration Cancellation or Voter Revocation forms that have been generated by the North Carolina State Board of Elections and/or the Ethics Enforcement Office.
This extensive list of documents shows how serious ICE and the Justice Department are about this investigation.
Of course, those who have been disparaging voter fraud claims for years, and any investigation into it, are now crying that this investigation is a “clear voter suppression scheme” during an election cycle.
President and Executive Director of the Washington D.C.-based Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Kristen Clarke, said in a statement, “At a time when the federal government should be deploying its limited resources to enforce the Voting Rights Act and to promote access to the polling place, we instead see them taking action intended to have a clear chilling effect on minority voters … . We reject this campaign to intimidate voters and urge the federal government to immediately abandon this unprecedented and dangerous voter suppression scheme.”
Logic demands an explanation about how an investigation into voter fraud would have an “intimidating” or “chilling effect on minority voters,” or any voters who are legally allowed to vote for that matter. No explanation has been made available at the time of this writing.
She is accidentally right about one thing. This investigation is definitely about voter suppression … suppressing the votes of illegal aliens and other who are not legally eligible to vote.
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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