Tell Congress and the
Department of Justice that You Support Voter ID Laws
Explosive voter fraud video the Left doesn't want anyone to see.
Attorney General Eric Holder's Department of Justice is dragging
states (Alabama, Texas, and South Carolina) through litigation
over their voter ID laws. Meanwhile the state of Arizona just
had their tougher voter ID laws upheld by the 9th Circuit Court
of Appeals. Given these scenarios it is obvious Holder is using
his authority and position in an attempt to prevent tougher
voter ID Laws from being implemented in this election year.
Holder isn't alone. The Left is actively demonizing efforts to
thwart voter fraud calling them racist, hate-filled efforts, and
a particular burden on immigrants, students, the elderly, and
Showing proper identification by U.S citizens is commonplace:
from making credit purchases to coaching a little league team to
gaining access into buildings and facilities -- identification
is the norm -- not the exception!
These politically motivated attacks by the DOJ are baseless and
once again display Eric Holder's disrespect for the due process
of elections and the integrity of election outcomes. Tell Eric
Holder and Congress that voter ID requirements are legal, just
and critical to insure the accuracy of our elections.
Sign Grassfire Nation's Voter ID Statement of Support to be
delivered to The Department of Justice and Congress.
The Statement of Support declares:
As a Citizen of the
United States, I am declaring my support for more stringent
voter ID laws for federal, state and local elections as a means
of protecting and preserving the democratic process.
I am incensed that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder would
threaten legal action as a means of intimidating states that
have enacted these tougher voter ID laws. Contrary to what
Holder is saying, these laws are not racist, anti-elderly, or
anti-poor, they are good, common sense solutions for protecting
the democratic process. I urge Congress and the DOJ to support
any and all Voter ID legislation, and to cease and desist from
threatening states that are attempting to enact them.