In what many people are describing as a wilfull flaunting of voter fraud regulation, a Federal Judge on the 5th Circuit has for the second time turned down the option of introducing Voter ID laws in Texas. Judge Ramos has stated that the rules would be discriminatory against black and Latino people and therefore unconstitutional.
Combined with what’s happening in California and its new laws to make it illegal to ask about someone’s immigration status, and in Chicago, the availability of ID cards to illegals, lawyers and activists are saying that the stage is being set for massive voter fraud in the 2020 election. “This is just the groundwork to steal the election through non-legal votes.”
As reported in the Daily Caller:
U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos ruled that Texas violated Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act by passing Senate Bill 14, the voter ID law, reports The New York Times.
Ramos wrote in the 10-page ruling that Texas “has not met its burden” in showing that their strict photo ID laws did not disproportionately discriminate against blacks and Latinos.
This is the second time Ramos has ruled on the Texas voter ID law. She found the state guilty of discriminating in 2014, but the state appealed for further review.