WASHINGTON, July 9 -
Mr. Speaker, thousands of dead people and citizens of other countries are reportedly registered to vote in the battleground State of Florida.
Texas, however, has passed a law that would require citizens to display a photo ID when they vote. But the Justice Department isn't interested in fixing voter integrity, even though the Supreme Court has said voter ID laws are constitutional.
The DOJ, ignoring the Supreme Court decision it doesn't like, sued Texas anyway, claiming the law discriminates. The DOJ, with its battery of high-dollar lawyers, apparently has yet to find any evidence to back their claim, so it brought in a hired gun to try to find some support for its allegation--a biased liberal data group called Catalist, a self-defined agent for progressive organizations. So much for the DOJ being objective.
Instead of attacking Texas for constitutionally enforcing the law, the DOJ should focus its resources on protecting the sanctity of the ballot box.
It seems the people who would be disenfranchised by voter ID laws would be unlawful voters or dead people.
The DOJ is on the wrong side of justice again.
And that's just the way it is.