Every time a Republican sneaks an unrelated rider into a law, it's a guarantee that someone will get screwed.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Friday morning, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told host Steve Doocy that there was an epidemic of non-citizens illegally voting due to the immigration actions made by President Obama.
The Supreme Court's anti-democracy wing; Roberts, Scalia, Thomas, Alito, and Kennedy issued an announcement that their decision was not on the merits of the case because they had not yet heard any oral arguments defending voting restrictions. They just believed so strongly that since Ohio's Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted invested such an incredible amount of time and energy to disenfranchise minority and working-class voters, and labeled his "appeal" an emergency.
On Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Peter Economus blocked the Republican Party's attempt to suppress the vote in Ohio.
Republicans have created a new conservative super PAC to support Republican secretaries of state that will pursue restrictive voter laws, purge voter rolls, and generally kill the democratic process.
Four days before the election, Ohio's Secretary of State decided to add an extra step to the process for people who are voting with provisional ballots.
According to Jon Husted, making the vote accessible to all eligible voters is un-American, but a look who he is trying restrict reveals that he specifically means Democrats should not vote early.
Ohio's Secretary of State will Appeal last Friday's Federal Court ruling that reinstated early voting during the last 3 days before the election, in Ohio.
Perhaps Jon Husted doesn't understand that uniformity and fairness are not interchangeable when it comes voting rights.
Last Friday, Ohio's Secretary of State Jon Husted took the unprecedented step to preserve his block the black vote directive.
While there are some Republicans holding on to the myth about voter fraud, others are more candid about their intent, not to mention the inherent racism that goes with it.