3 CALLS AND EMAIL NEEDED BY NOON TOMORROW TO STOP FL ALIENS FROM VOTING IN FLORIDA
We are being told by Judicial Watch that the State of Florida has until this Friday, February 13, 2015, to decide to so an appeal on a Federal ruling which authorizes illegal voters in Florida.
Please: Because while you would think that illegal aliens now receiving driver’s licenses here in Florida would NOT be able to use them for voter registration and voting, a Federal judge has decided otherwise. Yes, he said they can use their driver’s license. This Federal judge`s decision must be appealed to the Supreme Court. There is a Friday deadline to file the appeal. And we all need to call Pam Bondi`s office to tell her that we want the appeal filed.
We all need to act…or…don`t complain when you hear that illegals are voting in 2016.
HERE ARE THE DETAILS AND THE 3 CALLS WE NEED TO MAKE.
OVERVIEW OF THE ISSUE FROM JUDICIAL WATCH
Florida's Governor and Attorney General needs to hear from you!
You see, this past November, a Federal Court issued an astonishing ruling forbidding the State of Florida to remove unlawfully present aliens and other non-citizens from its voter rolls in the 90 days before a federal election.
Even more astonishing is the fact that - by all indications - Florida looks set to drop its appeal of this terrible and unprecedented ruling.
We desperately need you to contact Florida's officials to try to convince them to appeal this ruling by going to the United State Supreme Court!
As a supporter of Judicial Watch, you should know that this entire battle began after Florida initiated a systematic effort to remove ineligible voters from its voter registration lists after Judicial Watch alerted the State of Florida that failure to maintain clean voter registration lists violates Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) - popularly known as the "Motor Voter" law. In response to our letter, Florida then took steps to remove 53,000 dead voters from the voting rolls and, quite reasonably, thousands of non-citizens.
But the Obama administration and allied leftist advocacy groups who oppose clean elections then went federal court to enjoin the state from continuing its purge of illegal voters from the voting rolls.
These challengers relied on a provision of the "Motor Voter" law which tells state officials how to go about canceling the registrations of voters who have moved out of state. The NVRA also mandates that such efforts must stop during the 90 days right before an election - also known as the "freeze" period.
Those challenging Florida's law argued that this 90-day freeze should apply as well to the effort to remove non-citizens - meaning foreign nationals, whether lawfully or unlawfully present in the U.S. - from the voter rolls!
Consider just how crazy that argument is. Non-citizens were never eligible to register or vote in U.S. elections in the first place - indeed, it is a crime for them even to try to do so.
Two separate trial courts tossed out both the Justice Department and its allies' claims and held that Florida could continue to remove unlawfully present aliens and other non-citizens from its voter rolls.
But last year, a divided three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with the Obama-allied groups appeal and reversed the trial court's decision (the case is Arcia v. Florida Secretary of State). In an activist 2-1 decision, the appeals court held that Florida cannot systematically remove non-citizens from the voter rolls during the 90 days running up to an election. By the way, it is a felony punishable up to three years in prison to make a false claim of citizenship in order to register to vote! This issue is all the more urgent because of President Obama's refusal to secure our border and his lawless amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.
I think you will agree states should be encouraged to clean their voter rolls and to remove non-citizens. Now is the time to strengthen electoral integrity laws, not to weaken them.
I think you will also agree that Florida should appeal this ruling. If this ruling is allowed to stand, your vote could be cancelled out by an illegal vote!
Judicial Watch reached out to strongly encourage Florida's Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi to appeal the decision, but their offices don't want to talk to us. Why on Earth would any Florida official fail to take action to protect clean elections in the Sunshine State!
Effectively, the State of Florida has until this Friday, February 13, 2015, to decide to appeal this ruling.
1.Contact Governor Rick Scott at (850) 488-7146 and/or send him an email him athttp://www.flgov.com/contact-gov-scott/email-the-governor/.
Tell him that you want him to continue to remove non-citizens - meaning foreign nationals, whether lawfully or unlawfully present in the U.S. - from our voter rolls and appeal "Arcia v. Florida Secretary of State" to the US Supreme Court.
2. Call Attorney General Pam Bondi and tell her you want them to appeal Arcia v. Florida Secretary of State.
The main switchboard number for her office is (850) 414-3300
3. Call the Florida Secretary of State`s Office…850-245-6500 or 6501 and repeat the same message.
4. Please feel free to copy and paste this information to an email and send to your family and friends.
Thank you for your attention to this critical matter
God Bless You and May God Bless Our America.