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All sides of this debate have acknowledged -- in person voting fraud he is uncommon.
We must be honest about this.
-- let's do that let's be honest about this and isn't -- kind of ironic here attorney general Eric Holder facing the prospect of contempt of congress citations are -- let's be honest about it.
What he's doing is denying it's a it's a tactic in defense of the Justice Department's decision not.
Not to go after voter fraud and not to challenge voter.
Rather church -- -- voter ideologues in South Carolina.
And taxes and -- the attorney general is -- and we don't need voter ID laws because voter fraud.
Practically -- met.
Well folks as you might guess that's just not true there's no complete tracking a voter fraud -- walk but where there's a reason there's no complete tracking out of that's because this Justice Department isn't committed.
To determine where voter fraud is -- current but the states are quick to point out where it is happening and according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
For Malone has had a hundred months 78 cases.
Over alleged voter fraud since 2000 in Texas.
Attorney general Greg -- there.
He says his office is one convictions in fifty cases just in the past five years now those are convictions.
Just we're just talking about Texas.
And Florida Abbott says the -- by the way range from votes being cast for debt people -- alive people who get the vote twice that that we're.
The foreign nationals voting illegal.
In Kansas secretary of state Chris -- back -- says his state has in Kansas.
I hope somebody the Justice Department's reading this thing because -- likely to pass this along.
To the attorney general has and always a man who wants to be honest about this 234.
-- voter fraud cases since 1997.
The attorney general I'm sure just.
Was and where there's also bicycling voter ID large shouldn't be enacted because they will.
Impact minority voters it's the same argument that was used against -- and Indiana.
Which enacted to in the nation's strictest motor identification laws back in 2005.
None of the claims that it would didn't -- in anyway disenfranchised.
Voters is proven true.
Voter turnout increase by.
2% in Indiana and the first election after its new voter ID law India.
This this law that was going to this.
Disenfranchised voters actually resolved -- NA -- -- percent.
Increase in minority turnout in Georgia minority -- there -- dramatically roads are you ready.
More blacks 140%.
-- -- through here a 140%.
Voting in 2008 in Georgia than in 2004.
I don't understand why we don't hear the attorney general of the United States talking to us about these two instances.
And why this attorney general says things like he wants to be honest and then isn't.
Polls show the American public overwhelmingly by the way.
Favour such laws and according to a fox survey conducted in April.
70% of all Americans.
Support those voter ID measures to stop illegal -- 26% -- such laws are -- necessary.
Let me be really clear.
We can -- conservative activist James -- For providing what is perhaps the most powerful argument for voter ID laws in the country at least where this attorney general Eric Holder is concerned.
Earlier this year when Washington DC held it's Republican presidential primary.
And young white -- -- was actually able to obtain a very interesting ballot.
-- Do you have an Eric Holder.
-- -- -- -- -- They -- actually forgot my -- You wouldn't earth elements in the car loans in.
Your room list and that you see you.
Obtaining the attorney general's about.
Straight forward and still Eric Holder maintains there's nothing to see here all along folks.
Let me assure you this is not -- -- Dilution.
Dilution of votes in permitting those who have who would violate our electoral law.
This is about canceling out the of US citizens.
And it's got -- stock.
In the attorney general -- --