Obomination: Contorting the RNLA Vote Fraud Survey
Obama’s attorney general cited research done by the
Republican National Lawyers Association.
But he completely mischaracterized it.
As RNLA Chair Norcross told
the Daily Caller, Holder “will say anything it takes to fit his argument at the
time, whether it’s true or not.”
The Obama administration current myth is: vote fraud doesn’t
occur. To try to perpetuate that myth, Eric
Holder concocts evidence from a source that actually contradicts his assertion.
The survey found that 46 states have
pursued vote fraud charges in the last decade.
So Holder misstates what the survey discovered.
Holder narrowly defines vote fraud as impersonation, instead
of admitting that vote fraud comes in all sorts of forms, like multiple voting
and voting in the wrong precinct. He
also attributes findings about total numbers of vote fraud that the non-comprehensive
survey did not address.
As the chief law enforcement officer, Eric Holder’s words
should be truthful, not misleading or in this case, an outright lie. RNLA J. Christian Adams writes,
“If Holder doesn’t retract this falsehood, add to the long long list why he is
unfit to serve.”