Sunday, July 1, 2012

Judge Rules Against Justice Department in Florida Voter Purge Case

How about some good news: Lost in all the Supreme Court news perhaps is that federal-government-run voter fraud suffered a setback this week at in a lower court:
A judge on Wednesday rejected the federal government’s attempt to block Florida’s voter purge of non-U.S. citizens, partly because the purge has been suspended.
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle said federal laws that prohibit the systematic removal of voters close to an election do not refer to noncitizens. He also accepted the state’s claim that its purging efforts are over for now.
The ruling came as part of a request by the U.S. Department of Justice, which sought a retraining order stopping the purge efforts...
“Leaving ineligible voters on the list is not a solution. Noncitizens should not be voting,” the judge said. “People need to know we are running an honest election.”
Hinkle is a Clinton appointee.

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