Eric Holder, George Soros funded Common Cause and a Washington Based Civil Rights Lawyer Group – Only Concerned about Discrimination, not Fraud
We have Breaking News that Greg Abbott’s name was not on the ballot in Bexar County, Texas, a county that includes San Antonio. Since both Eric Holder and George Soros are sending monitors to Texas, I’m sure they will clear up this issue quickly. Or maybe they will be there to make sure it isn’t cleared up quickly. I suspect Greg Abbott’s voters are intelligent enough to write his name in and I don’t this will help Wendy Davis, but all of these ‘errors’ seem to favor Democrats.
The George Soros-funded organization Common Cause said it will monitor polling places in 16 different states with the help of a Washington-based civil rights lawyer group.
Common Cause staff and volunteers will spend Tuesday “assisting voters and monitoring the process at polling places” in 16 states, according to an email the group sent to their supporters. ”Three of our staff attorneys will be working at Election Protection headquarters in Washington, DC to help field calls to the… hotline…from voters and election monitors across the country.”
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder and billionaire George Soros will be sending Monitors to oversee elections in various states Tuesday, according to two separate reports. On Monday, the Daily Caller said the Soros-funded organization Common Cause will observe voting in 16 states with the help of a Washington-based civil rights legal group. Holder, Truth Revolt said Tuesday, citing The Hill, will send monitors to 18 states to “watch for discrimination against voters.”
According to Common Cause, volunteers will spend the day “assisting voters and monitoring the process at polling places” in 16 states. ”Three of our staff attorneys will be working at Election Protection headquarters in Washington, DC to help field calls to the… hotline…from voters and election monitors across the country,” the group said.
Common Cause said it will have monitors in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas and Wisconsin. There’s quite a bit of overlap between the Soros list and the list put out by the DOJ. According to The Hill, Holder will send monitors to Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin…
Holder also used his statement to slam voter ID laws, which are intended to ensure that only those who are eligible can vote. Democrats, however, have fought those measures, claiming that efforts to keep elections honest are racist.
The attorney general, Ben Kamisar said, called voter ID laws “restrictive,” “burdensome” and “out of step with history.” Nevertheless, he admitted the Justice Department has to protect existing law. Ironically, Holder has fought those laws tooth and nail.