Dems on the move, blocking voter ID laws

Dems on the move, blocking voter ID laws

A political analyst believes that some Democrats – funded by George Soros – are attempting to create more opportunities for vote fraud in the 2018 and 2020 elections.

As  election records in New Hampshire have revealed that, compliments of same-day registration, more than 6,500 people registered to vote on Election Day 2016 using out-of-state driver’s licenses to identify themselves. About 5,500 of them never bothered to change their driver’s licenses to the Granite State within the two-month requirement.

Therefore, it’s possible that Republican Kelly Ayotte lost her Senate seat and President Trump lost the state’s three electoral votes because of fraudulent out-of-state votes cast on November 8, 2016.

Robert Knight, a senior fellow at the American Civil Rights Union, monitors the vote fraud issue and pens columns for The Washington Times and OneNewsNow. He says there’s no doubt the Democrats are gearing up to try to create more vote fraud opportunities during the next couple of national elections.

Robert Knight“Mark Elias, who was the campaign lawyer for Hillary Clinton, has gone around the country filing lawsuits against voter ID laws,” Knight tells OneNewsNow. “He’s been to several states – Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin, North Carolina. He’s very busy.”

According to the columnist, Elias is backed by a group (Priorities USA) that is funded by George Soros, the left-wing billionaire who has apparently dedicated ten million dollars to “expanding” the electorate.

“To me that means expanding the electorate beyond citizens who are qualified to vote,” he adds.

Knight says the Left is reflecting a Marxist viewpoint by signaling that it really doesn’t care about America’s democratic/republican institutions.

“They think [those institutions are] in the way. It’s [a viewpoint] that might makes right; that they are the vanguard of the proletariat and therefore they have the right to impose whatever they want on anybody,” he explains.

“And [they also think] this nice slow American system, where people actually get the right to vote and have individual rights, is in their way,” he adds.

Knight contends those who have that mindset want to take down the current system and establish a “socialist, top-down government.”