Hillary and the gang, member one Virginia Senator Jim Webb, have already been working hard to make it easier for anyone to vote whether or not they are eligible and last week was no exception. Senator Webb has voted on the Senate floor along with most Democratic Party Senators against requiring voters to identify themselves with a photo I.d.
John Fund over at Wall Street Opinion Journal has this:
"The background here is the National Voter Registration Act, commonly known as "Motor Voter," that President Bill Clinton signed into law in 1993. It required all states to offer voter registration to anyone getting a driver's license. One simply fills out a form and checks a box stating he is a citizen; he is then registered and in most states does not have to show any ID to vote."
"Lou Dobbs of CNN reported that an Oct. 19 memo from the state DMV informed the clerks they don't "have any statutory discretion to withhold a motor voter form." What's more, the computer block preventing a DMV clerk from transmitting a motor voter registration without a Social Security number was removed. "
"Despite her muddled comments this week, there's no doubt where Mrs. Clinton stands on ballot integrity. She opposes photo ID laws, even though they enjoy over 80% support in the polls. She has also introduced a bill to force every state to offer no-excuse absentee voting as well as Election Day registration--easy avenues for election chicanery."
I had the opportunity to see John Fund in Washington at the Americans for Prosperity summit and also own his book “Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy”…