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Well -- -- sad day 2012 election season is upon us but our next guest is warning rampant voter registration fraud.
Is threatening freedom and fairness of the entire process beginning now joining me from Washington DC is Tom -- and president of judicial watch.
Tom what me -- -- first thanks for being here secondly.
The issue of voter throng of fraud I think -- -- with -- is.
Being sort of thrown out of a process that that threat was -- metal -- considerably.
You say not so.
Now they're front group product vote which has a lot of Acorn people still there they're actually based in Acorn -- headquarters in Washington DC.
There's still very active.
-- recently got documents from Colorado.
Showing that pressure to secretary of State's office there to.
Allow those on public assistance to more -- -- easily register to vote.
A project -- is that they're trying to register Obama's food stamp army.
And -- active in Virginia and Louisiana and other states opposing.
Efforts to have stricter voter ID requirements.
Well -- -- gonna tell me the project vote is still affiliated with the Service Employees International Union.
-- there there are all part of that cadre of left wing groups out there trying to overwhelm the system with voter registrations and in 2008.
If for instance in Nevada where they were paying people to get.
Her per person to get voter registrations you're not allowed to Haiti get voter registrations are -- -- compensate them.
Let me -- -- proposal wanna cover couple of other things as well the NLRB -- we stand without have you been able to get documents.
What kind of response and you've gotten from the federal government.
In your search for for truth on this process.
Well we asked for all the documents we could think to ask for related to their decision to shut down that Boeing.
Line for the dreamliner down South Carolina and they told us are not gonna give us anything so.
We've had to sue in federal court this week to gain access or try to gain access these documents.
-- we asked for their communications with the white house on this.
Presumably they're an independent agency addition have any communications but rather NTELOS now they say we're not even gonna give -- anything that we might have.
It's it's it's a real major Stonewall.
How soon do you think how soon do you think you can hope to see some sort of action taken on that.
It's going to be months but that -- there will be sooner than virtually anyone else gets it because what the only ones in court as of runners like Intel but.
Let's turn sure -- federal judge turning down I rejecting out of hand.
-- the Obama administration's.
Process if you will for.
For environmental reviewed to stop oil drilling exploration production.
That's a major victory is -- not.
It is you know the producers out there are sued the Obama administration because they came up with a set rules to really bypass the law which allowed this feeling that take place -- -- more.
Timely manner and they came up with a whole host of new rules to kind of what -- the law.
And the court a recent Obama point He said now the rules you put out there.
Our over the top and even allow time for public comment so.
Essentially they're gonna have to go back to the drawing board so it was a very -- I was but it's all levels though so far more delays on portion right -- A bit more delays but I mean this -- others example the Obama administration attacking the oil.
And gas industry and and I just don't understand how this administration.
Focused on jobs would.
Would kill that cutting edge industry always trying to.
Perhaps there is a contradiction.
In the and the proposition you put forward their as far as -- administration is concerned.
Tom -- thank you for being with us ahead of judicial --