Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Case Opens Door to Massive Voter Fraud

Illegals Committing Voter Fraud1Here is more proof that the US is on an unavoidable course to disaster. We are a post-Constitutional Republic where a group of 9 unelected individuals are now making law, becoming another arm of the progressive movement. This time around the Politburo (formerly Supreme Court) by not hearing a case have upheld a 2014 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that “would-be voters need only swear under penalty of perjury that they are citizens” vs providing proof of citizenship.

I don’t have a long-winded response to yet another blow to this nation by the Politburo. Instead I present to you this video from the 2012 election demonstrating EXACTLY what is going to happen on a massive scale in 2016 thanks to the non-action of the Politburo.

This country is done. Once gain I call on those of you in brass to uphold the oath you took. I shouldn’t have to but I will remind each and every one of you that you took an oath to God and Country not man(men) and government.

Voting-Rights Advocates Get Win at Supreme Court
by Simone Pathé | Roll Call
Monday’s big election law news came from the Supreme Court’s penultimate decision of the term upholding Arizona’s congressional districts.

But before handing down its last three decisions, the court made voting-rights advocates happy by deciding not to review a different election case.

“Arizona citizens can continue to participate in voter registration drives without worrying about not having proof of citizenship documents,” Shirley Sandelands, of the League of Women Voters of Arizona, said in a statement Monday.

The case, Kobach, et al. v. Election Assistance Commission, et al., was about whether Arizona and Kansas could require voters to prove their citizenship when registering to vote with the so-called “federal form.” Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach led the suit against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, which was an appeal of a lower court decision.

Both Kansas and Arizona have state laws that require applicants to prove their citizenship when applying to vote with state forms (for state or federal elections). But the U.S. EAC denied the states’ requests to have their citizenship laws applied when would-be voters use the standardized federal form.

The Supreme Court had already ruled in 2013 that state proof-of-citizenship laws couldn’t be applied when people try to register with the federal form. The states’ direct request to the EAC was a last-ditch effort to get around that.

By not hearing the case, the Supreme Court effectively upheld the decision of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled against Arizona and Kansas in November 2014, saying the EAC did not have to modify its form to meet state laws. Under the federal form, would-be voters need only swear under penalty of perjury that they are citizens…more