A former Justice Department attorney says purely political considerations have motivated the DOJ to order the state of Florida to stop purging foreigners from its voter rolls.
Recently the state of Florida discovered 53,000 dead people registered to vote. Florida also found non-citizens on the voter rolls, and Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner began the process of removing them. But the DOJ sent a letter to Detzner ordering him to stop.
J. Christian Adams is the former Justice Department Attorney who worked in the DOJ Voting Section and now writes for PJ Media. He says the Justice Department’s request is way beyond the power of the federal government.
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