Thursday, November 6, 2014

Voter Fraud Lawsuit, More

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1)  Voter Fraud Lawsuit
2)  Two Great Videos on ATP Web
3)  Stop Agenda 21 Webinar Series
1)  Voter Fraud Lawsuit

Virginia Voters Alliance Announces Confirmation of Long-Suspected Cases of Non-Citizen Voting in Recent Federal Lawsuit Filing

The lawsuit filed in Baltimore's Federal District Court underscores the grave issues continuing to plague Maryland's electoral system and processes - demands action and reform

CHANTILLY, VA - October 27, 2014 - Virginia Voters Alliance announces today that a Federal lawsuit was filed in Baltimore's Federal District Court that provides unassailable proof for the long-suspected claims that non-citizen voters are playing a significant role in statewide voting processes in Maryland. Specifically, as the deciding votes in recent election outcomes have traditionally been very close, non-citizens who are continually permitted to vote are in a position to dramatically alter and affect the electoral process in the state and nation at large.

In this latest lawsuit filing, the Frederick County Clerk's office admitted that several individuals, despite swearing they are non-citizens and therefore rendering them ineligible to serve as jurors in legal proceedings, continue to remain on the state's voter rolls. Their continued appearance on these lists makes it nearly impossible for Maryland law to prevent these declared non-citizens from casting votes in elections and significantly affecting the integrity and outcomes of overall electoral processes.

In addition to the serious impacts non-citizen voters have to affect election outcomes, allowing these individuals to register to vote and retaining them in the voter roll opens up the possibility of non-citizens serving on a jury, which could seriously jeopardize a defendant's right to a fair trial by a jury of his peers.

Under the terms of this latest lawsuit, the United States District Court in Baltimore, Maryland is asked to prevent non-citizens from voting in Frederick County, however it does little to establish processes to guard against this occurring in the state's other 22 voting jurisdictions. Based on the number of potential unqualified voters identified in Frederick County, Maryland, VVA has extrapolated the number into densely-populated counties, that have in effect become 'sanctuary' cities and counties, to account for 3.5 to 7% of legal voters registered in Maryland.

As a state with a significant Democratic majority, these recent incidences, and the continued appearance of known non-citizens on its voter rolls underscore the grave state of Maryland's electoral integrity processes and approach. Currently, voter fraud in Maryland is only prosecuted as a misdemeanor charge, a relatively minor punishment alarmingly similar to a wrist slap, nothing more. To-date, the Maryland State Board of Elections has not been aggressive in investigating and prosecuting duplicate voter registrations and duplicate voters between Virginia 
and Maryland. This overall apathetic response and lack of action presents further proof that 
eliminating duplicate and illegal voter registrations are largely inconvenient to policymakers' 
agendas. The Maryland County Council also recently convened a "Right to Vote Task Force," 
whose recommendations threaten to further erode election integrity in the state, as well as approve 
flagrant violations of federal law and the U.S. Constitution if allowed to be passed and 

"Maryland as well as Virginia has repeatedly prioritized election convenience by sacrificing 
election integrity," VVA President, Reagan George said. "Registration forms that only require a 
checked box to determine something as important as qualifying citizenship is hard to track and is 
easily ignored or discounted. Proof of citizenship to register should be mandatory, especially when 
being a non-citizen can impact jury pools and possibly criminal cases. This issue is critical to the 
future of the integrity of our electoral processes, in Maryland and nationwide."

About the Virginia Voters Alliance (VVA) 
Virginia Voters Alliance is an initiative developed by citizens for citizens, meant to inspire and 
equip volunteers for involvement at every stage of our electoral process. VVA promotes ideas that 
actively protect the rights of legitimate voters, regardless of their political party affiliation. The 
Virginia Voters Alliance was formed to provide a trans-partisan, state-wide organization that is 
devoted to improving the election laws and voting processes in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 
which would decrease opportunities for voter fraud, and insure open and honest elections for all 
citizens of Virginia. For more information, please visit

2)  Two Great Videos on ATP Web      

Chicago African-American Activists Take On Hypocritical Black Democrats

Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold "Noonie" Ward redefine the term "black on black crime" in a compelling video that calls out black leaders who "only come around when it's time for elections," but when elected give billions of dollars to special interests and to themselves, while blacks suffer with unemployment and high crime. They encourage African-Americans to realize that the policies promulgated by Democrats claiming to help them, such as welfare and minimum wage increases, are ineffective and not in line with what blacks actually want and need, which is better opportunities for themselves and their families.

Video - Crisis on the Border Will Find Its Way to You
Tea Party Patriots has produced a hard-hitting video about the immigration crisis that, if left unchecked, will adversely affect the interior just as much as it is hurting border states. 

3) Stop Agenda 21 planners in their tracks (WEBINAR SERIES)

Tom DeWeese is hosting a series of
FREE webinars
to teach activists how
to stop Agenda 21! 

To signup for the webinars go to the registration page:

Previous webinars are available for viewing.
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Follow the Money
How to Fight Back


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