From the city so democratic even the dead get to vote to the nation so democratic even illegals get to vote. This is the goal of the Progressive administration, led by that Chicago community organizer. Ballot box stuffing is so critical to this administration that it’s even suing states for trying to protect the sanctity of an American’s vote by eliminating the ineligible from the roles so that a citizen’s vote is not diminished or canceled by vote fraud.
Progressives even go so far as to argue, with a straight face, that there is no voter fraud, it’s a phantom problem. We didn’t hear that, though, about the Florida Presidential election outcome a while back. We saw the power of it in a Minnesota US Senate race in 2008, and in a recent Washington Governor election, where the recounts were repeated until the right candidate won. And in some jurisdictions, it’s simply a way of life.
And so, we have the Obama jurisdiction suing Florida for trying to remove Mickey Mouse from the voter rolls. Certainly, in a massive effort like Florida’s we get the occasional outlier case like the war vet whose citizenship was questioned in that same Florida drive. However, this just demonstrates the cynical hypocrisy of Obama’s administration: the Department of Homeland Security refuses to let Florida officials bounce their list off the DHS databases—the most current we have—as another check of who is a citizen and who is not eligible to vote.
Permitting ballot box stuffing by allowing anyone to vote—even white guys claiming to be Eric Holder—is the broadened Chicago Way to preserve Progressive incumbency.