According to Kansas Democrats, the only place an individual does not need to prove their identity is within the voting booth; however you will need ID to take out a book from a local public library, or perhaps do any banking, and of course you cannot drive an automobile on any street or highway within Kansas without a valid driver’s license.

So why the obvious discrepancy in not requiring ID before one entries the voting booth, isn’t casting a vote just as important as taking out a book from a public library, or having the proper ID when doing your banking, or perhaps driving on the streets of Kansas?

Apparently not, if you’re a Democrat and your Secretary of State happens to be Republican who passed a law in 2013 requiring voters to prove citizenship prior to voting. That according to Democrats is a bad thing, that’s “suppressing voter turnout”, even though 36,000 voter registration forms, were found to be incomplete.

Secretary of State Kris W. Kobach began prosecuting Kansas voters that he suspected of fraudulent voting.

Obviously the liberal establishment as predicated is outraged and decrying the move as targeting minorities and low-income families, and people under the age of 35.

Ironically “the targeting” being done is actually from the liberal Democrats suggesting perhaps this group isn’t able and or capable of using and or acquiring proper ID.

U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson will hold a hearing on Dec. 4 to decide whether to block the compiling of Kansas voter registration records, the Salina Post reports.

Source: Opposing Views



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