Obama's administration says it's against voter ID laws because it is trying valiantly to keep minorities and the poor from being unfairly discriminated against. But the truth is that it is trying to keep President Obama in office. It knows that voter IDs are bad business for this White House's campaign and re-election.
In the past couple of weeks, video proof (titled "US Attorney General Eric Holder's Ballot to Vote Offered to Total Stranger" on YouTube) from Holder's own voting precinct in Washington revealed that voter fraud is alive and well in the nation's capital. On primary election day, April 3, a representative from James O'Keefe's nonprofit organization, Project Veritas, simply strolled into the polling place and was offered the ballot for Holder after merely stating that his name was Eric Holder and giving his address. Though he was not asked for ID, O'Keefe's assistant added that he had forgotten his ID, to which the poll worker retorted: "You don't need it. It's all right. As long as you're in here, you're on our list and that's who you say you are, you're OK."
O'Keefe's assistant then replied: "I would feel more comfortable if I just had my ID. Is it all right if I go get it?" After the poll worker agreed, O'Keefe's assistant said as he walked away, "I'll be back faster than you can say furious," playing on the scandalous Fast and Furious gun-smuggling debacle by Holder's Department of Justice.
Of course, rather than confess to culpability or that there may be a flaw in the election process, the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics announced last week that it was launching an investigation to possibly bring charges against Project Veritas.