Did Obama Just Need Bill Clinton’s Help To Strike Down Voter Fraud?

On Tuesday, Bill Clinton was able to help perpetuate Democrat voter fraud through a ruling from Federal Judge Lynn Adelman. Adelman, who has been a Democrat State Senator, was lauded by the American Civil Liberties Union for his ruling, which is based on tortured logic. In making his decision, Adelman indicated that he didn’t see a Democrat voter fraud problem in Wisconsin; therefore, there was no need for a law against it. By taking this position, this sleazy fake jurist ruled that Wisconsin could not act proactively to prevent a crime that, in his view, only happens elsewhere (if at all.)

In essence, he said that the growing instances of Democrat voter fraud around the country are not enough proof that Democrats in a Democrat–infected state like Wisconsin will commit voter fraud.

In a desperate attempt to convince minority voters that they live in a country that hates them because they want to allow them to vote only once, an ACLU spokesperson said “We are very pleased that the judge recognized what we believe we showed at trial, which is that Wisconsin’s voter ID law did have a discriminatory effect on African-American and Latino voters.”

Fortunately, the damage Adelman has so cavalierly inflicted on the state of Wisconsin and the American jurist prudence system can be repaired by Republican Governor Scott Walker, who has expressed his intention to hold a special legislative session to address the damage that he anticipated when this case fell into the hands of a hack like Adelman. A Walker spokeswoman made the governor’s position clear by reiterating that he “….believes the law is ‘constitutional and will ultimately be upheld.’”

In carrying out his betrayal of the Constitution, Adelman noted that the state of Wisconsin had no rationale for mandating voter ID requirements. And he had the chutzpa to say “Because virtually no voter impersonation occurs in Wisconsin and it is exceedingly unlikely that voter impersonation will become a problem in Wisconsin in the foreseeable future, this particular state interest has very little weight.”

Adelman included a try at comedy in his ruling by noting that one would have to be “insane” to commit voter fraud because the “penalties are so stiff and the potential gain so small.”

In 2000, the state of Wisconsin went to Al Gore by something around 5700 votes. Post-election investigations proved that Milwaukee hobos who were hired by Democrats to vote for Gore multiple times did so for a pack of cigarettes.  At that time, a Wisconsin State Senator said, “We call it smokes for votes.”  That Senator was Scott Walker.

Adelman must think that Walker doesn’t remember that outrage.

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  1. Edwardkoziol says:

    Can you expect anything less from a Clinton appointee.They need dead people and illegals to win elections.

  2. MuslimLuvChrist says:

    Proposed Orders Only: AdelmanPO@wied.uscourts.gov
    Telephone: (414) 297-1285
    Fax: (414) 297-1211

    2 states may change the law from Photo ID required
    Wisconsin: Photo ID, Two state circuit judges in Dane County, Wisconsin blocked the ID requirement provisions of that state's law, with the first judge issuing a temporary injunction, followed by the second judge a week later ruling the requirement was in violation of the Wisconsin Constitution. The fate of the law is uncertain, as the Republican-led State Department of Justice fights the ruling in court. Wisconsin appeals court ruled that the Voter ID law is constitutional, but the requirement remains blocked by a separate case.
    Pennsylvania: Photo ID, Law struck down by Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard L. McGinley on 17 January 2014 as "violative of the constitutional rights of state voters" after first full evidentiary trial since Shelby v Holder.

    6 states changed their law to accept Photo ID in 2014
    Alabama: Photo ID, Require photo ID as of 2014. Photo ID law can now be implemented in 2014 due to the Supreme Court case of Shelby County v. Holder.
    Arkansas: 2014, Photo ID, Photo ID bill passed by lawmakers in 2013, and survived a veto by the Governor. The bill is now law. Law will be enacted when free ID cards can be issued.
    Mississippi: Photo ID, Governor signed Photo ID bill into law in 2012. Voting Rights Act Ruling in 2013 clears the way for Mississippi to enact new Photo ID requirement in 2014.
    Missouri: Photo ID, State House passes Voter ID law, needs to be approved by State Senate, and voters in November 2014 elections.
    Rhode Island: 2014, Photo ID, RI requires Photo ID at the polls in 2014.
    Virginia: Photo ID, Governor signs Photo ID requirement into law in 2013. Supreme Court Voting Rights Act ruling on June 26 removes section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, clearing the way for Virginia to enact the new Photo ID requirement in 2014.

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