DOJ PLOTS WITH ACORN CONNECTED GROUP TO STOP “VOTER ID” LAWS

Monday, December 19, 2011
By Paul Martin

By NWV News Writer Jim Kouri
December 19, 2011
NewsWithViews.com

In the midst of a contentious GOP presidential race, the threat of a government shutdown and continued fears of an impending economic downturn, Attorney General Eric Holder’s latest politically-driven mission has garnered very little attention: Holder promises to use the Justice Department to conduct a nationwide examination of voting laws enacted by states –- with special concern about laws that require voters to show identification in order to participate in an election.

The Attorney General, in a speech, stated that “all citizens should be automatically registered to vote” and is critical of voter ID laws passed in Texas and other states.

A Washington, DC-based group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, on Wednesday revealed that it obtained records detailing communications between the Obama Department of Justice and Estelle Rogers, a former ACORN attorney currently serving as Director of Advocacy for the ACORN-connected organization Project Vote.

The successful non-profit, public-interest organization — Judicial Watch — is investigating the DOJ’s partnering with Project Vote on a national campaign to use the National Voting Rights Act (NVRA) to register more individuals on public assistance, widely considered a key voting demographic for the Obama 2012 campaign.

In the past, President Obama worked for Project Vote as a trainer and organizer.

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