Of all the lawsuits I’ve seen filed, argued, and pursued, I’ve never seen one as giant and extensive as this one. And I’ve seen many.
You’re probably familiar with a government watchdog agency called Judicial Watch.
But if you’re not, let me bring you up to date – Watch works hard to make sure big government is held accountable to American taxpayers.
And it does so with one tool – lawsuits. Lots and lots of lawsuits, all against the federal government. (Just to give you an idea, there’s over 20 of them against Hillary Clinton alone. These guys don’t mess around.)
Well, early this week, Judicial Watch announced a new set of lawsuits – not one, mind you, but a whole set. All at the same time, and all for the same reason:
And they have lots of people on the defensive. Someone shook a hornet’s nest.
From the website:
Judicial Watch today announced it has sent notice-of-violation letters threatening to sue 11 states having counties in which the number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens, as calculated by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey.
According to the letters, this is “strong circumstantial evidence that these … counties are not conducting reasonable voter registration record maintenance as mandated under the [National Voter Registration Act] NVRA.”
That’s basically a fancy way of saying, ‘hey, we know how many voters you have, and we know how many people are registered to vote. Those numbers don’t match up. Make them match up, or we’ll sue. And we’ll win, because there are laws against this.’
(On a side note, isn’t it great how one of the things we all despise about modern society – too many lawsuits – is now being used as a force for good?)
Realize, too, the sheer scope of these lawsuits – eleven (eleven!) states are being sued. And they’re being sued for each county with mismatched records. And there are a lot of counties.
Kentucky has 30 mismatched counties, alone. That’s a lot of lawsuits, and just for one of the eleven states. As I said, these guys don’t mess around.
The sheer scope of the suits should shut liberals up about at least one thing: ‘voter fraud isn’t a problem.’
Eleven states? Dozens of counties in each state? No, I’m sorry…that’s a problem. It is very clearly, very mathematically, a problem. You are wrong.
But unlike your liberal echo chambers, this problem won’t be swept under the rug in court.
Source: Judicial Watch
(ISIS must be destroyed.)