The Corner

In Iowa, More Non-Citizen Voting Shenanigans

Watching the litigation strategy of radical advocacy groups is very revealing. The Justice Department lost in its initial bid to get a temporary restraining order in a lawsuit it filed in Florida to stop state election officials from removing non-citizens from Florida’s voter-registration lists. Now, the ACLU and LULAC (the League of United Latin American Citizens) have filed a similar suit in Iowa to try to stop a new program put in place by the secretary of state, Matt Schultz, which will compare Iowa’s list of 2.1 million registered voters with state and federal lists of foreign nationals living in Iowa. Any registered voters who are flagged would then be investigated to determine if they are non-citizens who are ineligible to vote.

Liberals really seem intent on winning the upcoming election at any cost — including trying to make sure that non-citizens who have, by registering to vote, committed a federal felony stay on the rolls so they can commit a second felony by voting in November.

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