International interference should please globalists
The Far Left is making an unprecedented two-track move to derail states’ efforts to protect the integrity of the ballot box for this November’s elections. While the Department of Justice is blocking state efforts, liberal activists are taking this issue to the United Nations as a human rights violation.
Our voting process which was violated as never before by ACORN activists and other radicals in the 2008 election is now being subjected to international review. Ken Blackwell reports that requirements to verify voters have enraged groups such as the NAACP. So much so, in fact, that the issue of voter-ID laws is being taken to the United Nations Human Rights Council claiming that such ballot-box integrity measures violate the human rights of racial minorities under international law.
Nations comprising this supposed champion of human rights include dictatorial and authoritarian regimes such as China, Cuba, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Libya and Russia. China, as an example, imposes a strict policy of one child per family and forced abortions.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is invoking Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act as giving him the power to block Texas’ voter-ID law, which simply requires that voters show that they are who they say they are before they cast a vote to influence an election outcome, Ken Blackwell a man of considerable credentials, reports this outrage for CNS News.
But the U.N. insanity doesn’t stop there. A United Nations investigator who visited reservations in Alaska and Hawaii claims bias against Native Americans and “has called on the U.S. government to return some of the land stolen from Indian tribes as a step toward combating continuing and systemic racial discrimination.”
He reports on having received “exemplary cooperation” from the Obama administration, but is unable to pin down a meeting with any members of Congress.
Last month Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced a $1.023 BILLION settlement of lawsuits with 41 tribes against the United States covering nearly 56 million acres of trust lands.