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    NY county clerk says he won't enforce law giving drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants, warns of voter fraud

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    An upstate New York county clerk says the legislation that lets illegal immigrants apply for drivers’ licenses not only violates federal law but could also lead to voter fraud and damage national security.


    Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns grabbed headlines this week after promising not to issue drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants despite the measure being signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday.


    Kearns told “Fox and Friends First” on Thursday morning that the law has homeland security implications in addition to being illegal.

    “This is very important. This is not only about the law, but security and voter fraud. In the auto bureaus in New York, people can register to vote and there was a discussion on the assembly and Senate floor, the sponsors of the bill said there are already people in New York who are voting illegally,” he said.


    The county clerk dismissed claims by the county election commissioner that voter fraud is "nonexistent” in the state and that the new law won't affect the situation.

    “I don't buy that because we know, I spoke with ICE and one of the things they told me and conveyed to me is that when they apprehend people who are here illegally, one of the forms of identification they have is a voter card,” Kearns said.

    “In the auto bureau, with the new technology in New York, with voter law, people are asked to fill out a form to vote. We know there's already fraud. Talk about security, homeland security, we know this document, a license, which is a privilege in New York, will be a gateway document for people not only to vote but to commit fraud and crimes,” he added.


    Cuomo, even though he signed the bill, apparently raised concerns about the legislation amid fears that federal immigration authorities could use state license information to target immigrants for deportation.

    The governor asked for a legal review by the office of Attorney General Letitia James, who said she supports the bill but wouldn't speculate on the federal response.

    But Kearns said that the legislation is “in conflict with federal law” and no tinkering would solve the issue of the legality – all while U.S. citizens aren’t easily getting proper documentation.

    “The thing that really upset me is you have veterans and senior citizens coming in, I have to turn them away when they don't have proper documentation. You need a higher standard for a citizen than someone here illegally,” he said.

    The county clerk also stressed that the bill won’t make the communities safer and thus he won’t abide by the law that doesn’t even have a mandate, in his view.

    “I met with Homeland Security and ICE, and they conveyed to me the concern that it will make our communities more dangerous. This is an opportunity, a gateway document to change people’s identity. We are talking about serious information here,” Kearns said.

    “I'm not going to violate federal law. I took an oath of office to defend the Constitution and I will continue to do that. We are not going to issue drivers' licenses. There is no funding coming back from Albany, it’s an unfunded mandate.”


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    About damn time somebody in the state stood up to the madness.
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     "He has a swaggering retro machismo that will give hives to the Steinem cabal" -Camille Paglia on Donald Trump

    "But, fucking with Brook is like fucking with hot shit on and ax handle. You just don't get a grip"-track5

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    "I wish Bon Jovi would've given me a call before he recorded all of his hits, because the lyrics would've been smarter, the melodies would've been much more smashing, and they would've sold a lot fewer records." -David Lee Roth

    "My beef is people thinking Bon Jovi is good cuz they sold lots of records to housewives." -tango

    "But being number one doesn’t really mean jack fuck all. We sold twice as many records as other records that year (1984) that landed in the Number One position." ~Eddie Van Halen

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    Ripe for fraud: Hundreds of U.S. counties have more registered voters than living people who are eligible to vote

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    Counties across the U.S. are keeping dead people, felons, and former residents on their voters rolls in violation of federal law, leaving the opportunity for voter fraud wide open — and the feds aren't doing anything about it.


    What are the details?


    RealClear Politics' investigative unit published an in-depth analysis Thursday, revealing the widespread practice of counties nationwide who refuse to clean up their voter rolls. The report showed Los Angeles is California's worst offender, and further found that 400 counties out of America's 2,800 "have voter registration rates over 100 percent."

    Author Mark Hemingway wrote, "In sum, America's voter rolls are a mess — and everyone knows it. While voter registration rates are over 100 percent are not proof of fraud, they certainly create opportunities that otherwise wouldn't exist, such as voting twice in different precincts or the potential for requesting and filling out absentee ballots."

    Much of Hemingway's piece echoes the concerns of attorney David Roland, who proved election fraud in St. Louis after the 2016 election. Roland revealed widespread violations of absentee ballot laws in a scheme used against his client, Missouri House candidate Bruce Franks, who lost his primary election to a fellow Democrat.

    That case was further bolstered by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, which found specific examples of the misdoings. A new election was held, and Franks won in a landslide.

    Roland told TheBlaze, "We would all like to believe that our public officials are conducting fair and lawful elections, but the risks and the consequences of election fraud are so significant that citizens have to look over their shoulders."

    Anything else?

    Hemingway also addressed the contentious 2018 gubernatorial race, "where Democrat Stacey Abrams has still not formally conceded to now-Gov. Brian Kemp, because during his tenure as secretary of state, she observed, 'more than a million citizens found their names stripped from the rolls.'"

    According to National Review columnist Dan McLaughlin, Democrats view such tidying up as a violation of prospective voters' rights. He retweeted Hemingway's article Thursday, saying, "According to Democratic Party orthodoxy, it's 'voter suppression' to remove people from the rolls who are not citizens, not residents, or not living. In the real world, keeping the voter rolls up to date is just good government."

    McLaughlin further noted, "The fact that Los Angeles County has 1.6 million more registered voters than eligible voters is a California problem. In a national popular vote system, it could become a national problem. 1.6 million is larger than the population of 11 states."



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    This is why the “3 million more votes for Hillary” baloneynis just that.
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    "But being number one doesn’t really mean jack fuck all. We sold twice as many records as other records that year (1984) that landed in the Number One position." ~Eddie Van Halen

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    Calif. Begins Removing 5 Million Inactive Voters on Its Rolls

    Los Angeles County has started the process of removing from its registration rolls an estimated 1.5 million inactive voters who have moved, died or become ineligible to cast a ballot, an effort to comply with federal election law and a court settlement with Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog.

    The county, the most populous in the United States, recently mailed notices to the inactive voters in an effort to verify their residency status and whether they are still alive. It’s the first time in 20 years that Los Angeles County has cleaned its voter rolls, having previously interpreted the federal law requiring it as not mandatory.

    Under the terms of the settlement, voters who do not respond in the next two federal elections must be removed from county registration lists.

    In addition, California’s top election official has put all 58 of its counties on notice that they must also purge inactive voters from their rosters. The updated California National Voter Registration Act Manual, published in March 2019, lays out the federal maintenance requirements for county voter rolls.

    To drive that message home, the California Secretary of State’s office delivered a training presentation to election officials in every county regarding the federal list-maintenance requirements.

    There were an estimated 5 million inactive registrations in the state as of November 2016, the latest figures available, according to a Judicial Watch analysis of data published by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

    Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton called the state’s response to the January legal settlement a “victory for clean elections in California” that would “set another national precedent for other states to take reasonable steps to ensure that dead and other ineligible voters are removed from the rolls.”

    Judicial Watch in 2017 sued the county and state voter-registration agencies, arguing that election officials were not complying with a federal law requiring the removal of inactive registrations that remain after two general elections.

    Inactive registrations, for the most part, occur when voters move to another country or state or pass away but remain on the rolls. The lawsuit alleged that Los Angeles County, with its more than 10 million residents, has more voter registrations than it has citizens old enough to register, with a registration rate of 112% of its adult citizen population.

    The entire state had a registration rate of 101% of age-eligible citizens, the lawsuit said, citing U.S. Election Assistance Commission data.

    The settlement is the third statewide voter-registration legal agreement or court order reached between Judicial Watch and states; the others were reached with government entities in Ohio in 2014 and Kentucky last year.

    Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s office did not respond to a RealClearPolitics request for comment.

    Earlier this year, when the state’s settlement with Judicial Watch became public, Padilla asserted that state officials "have and will continue to meet the goals of the National Voter Registration Act" — the federal law at issue in the case — in "maintaining the accuracy of voter rolls and increasing the number of eligible citizens who register and vote."

    Padilla also tried to assure California voters that the action would not lead to "unnecessary removal of active and eligible voters."

    "Safeguards remain in place to ensure voter-list maintenance procedures are followed before canceling any voter registration records," he said in a statement, which also hailed California as a leader in implementing election reforms to improve voter participation.

    The California Department of Motor Vehicles process of automatically registering drivers to vote, which began in late April of last year, was credited with boosting voter registration and turnout to historic highs.

    Nearly 4 million new voters registered or updated their registrations since the motor-voter system has been up and running – 1 million of them were previously eligible to vote but not registered, bringing the total number of registered voters to 20 million, according to Padilla.

    But critics argue the rush to get the new automated system up and running before the 2018 primary came with serious costs that have hurt public perceptions of the state’s ability to run fair and accurate elections. Ernst & Young is preforming an independent review of the rollout to determine the extent of problems and whether they persist.

    Months after the election, an extensive investigation by the Los Angeles Times found that the new system was plagued by glitches responsible for upwards of 100,000 inaccurate voter-registration records, including wrong party preferences, voters incorrectly being designated as wanting to vote by mail and at least 1,500 noncitizens wrongly allowed to register to vote.

    The system also suffered from a serious cyberattack during the middle of its botched 2018 rollout by what appeared to be hackers in Croatia. Padilla’s office did not disclose the hack until media reports exposed it earlier this year, months after the 2018 general election.

    The motor-voter law requires the DMV to electronically transmit information on drivers who are eligible to vote and who visit the Golden State’s DMV offices to voter rolls, unless they opt out.

    There are also still-unanswered questions about the number of illegal immigrants and other noncitizens who may have voted in the June primary and November gubernatorial and congressional midterm election. California officials still cannot say whether noncitizens voted, the Sacramento Bee reported, but Padilla’s office is investigating the issue.

    Judicial Watch attorney Robert Popper has said the issue of noncitizen voting is a separate matter from the inactive voter registrations, the policing of which he said has been lagging across the country since the Justice Department signed a consent decree during Bill Clinton's presidency stipulating that inactive voter registrations couldn't be removed despite the NVRA requirements.

    “They were litigating against their own statute,” Popper told RealClearPolitics. “Since then, what California has been doing is sending a notice to voters to try to verify if they have moved or died but then not removing them from the rolls.”

    The Supreme Court decided a case last summer that determined that the removal of inactive registrations is mandatory under the NVRA.

    While Popper said he couldn't cite a specific example of voter fraud stemming from the inactive lists in California, he argued that letting voter-registration rolls remain messy and full of inactive registrations opens the door to fraud and undermines confidence in the integrity of the voting system.

    Additionally, Popper said having bloated and inaccurate voter registration rolls makes it more difficult for the democratic process to work by hampering political groups in their efforts to send targeted mailings and pursue get-out-the-vote efforts.



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     "He has a swaggering retro machismo that will give hives to the Steinem cabal" -Camille Paglia on Donald Trump

    "But, fucking with Brook is like fucking with hot shit on and ax handle. You just don't get a grip"-track5

    "Make way for the bad guy"- Tony Montana

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    "I wish Bon Jovi would've given me a call before he recorded all of his hits, because the lyrics would've been smarter, the melodies would've been much more smashing, and they would've sold a lot fewer records." -David Lee Roth

    "My beef is people thinking Bon Jovi is good cuz they sold lots of records to housewives." -tango

    "But being number one doesn’t really mean jack fuck all. We sold twice as many records as other records that year (1984) that landed in the Number One position." ~Eddie Van Halen

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    Calif. state audit reveals over 255K voter registration errors

    Published on Aug 13, 2019


    A new state audit reveals massive flaws with California's Motor Voter system at the DMV. One America's Pearson Sharp has more as officials uncover over a quarter of a million voter registration errors across the state.

    Secretary of state admits there are illegals in California who are registered to vote.







    Popular vote, eh?
     "He has a swaggering retro machismo that will give hives to the Steinem cabal" -Camille Paglia on Donald Trump

    "But, fucking with Brook is like fucking with hot shit on and ax handle. You just don't get a grip"-track5

    "Make way for the bad guy"- Tony Montana

    'This hamburger don't need no helper"- David Lee Roth

    "I wish Bon Jovi would've given me a call before he recorded all of his hits, because the lyrics would've been smarter, the melodies would've been much more smashing, and they would've sold a lot fewer records." -David Lee Roth

    "My beef is people thinking Bon Jovi is good cuz they sold lots of records to housewives." -tango

    "But being number one doesn’t really mean jack fuck all. We sold twice as many records as other records that year (1984) that landed in the Number One position." ~Eddie Van Halen

 

 

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