Mark Levin said tonight that the fix is in, pointing out that the Obama administration is fighting both Kansas and Arizona to keep them from identifying noncitizens on voter registration forms.
Here’s the original writeup via Joseph Vanderhulst Levin read from:
PJ MEDIA – Noncitizens are offered the voter registration forms all over the country and are filling them out, and they are being added to the rolls regardless of which box they check.
In an amicus brief, the American Civil Rights Union has submitted evidence and arguments to the Supreme Court showing that this is exactly what has been happening: the federal form is failing to keep non-citizens off the rolls. In fact, left to itself, the federal voter registration form is causing the problem.
Some states have tried to prevent this problem from continuing. Kansas and Arizona, while accepting and using the federal form, require registrants to provide some kind of proof of citizenship in order to register. But when they asked the Election Assistance Commission to add these state law instructions to their version of the federal form, the EAC flatly refused.
Now, the EAC is fighting all the way to the Supreme Court to not let Kansas and Arizona ask for proof of citizenship.
Levin goes through this assault on our Constitution in his segment below: