Yesterday started Early Voting here in North Carolina. The NC State Board of Elections and NC Department of Transportation / DMV are still playing a game of RED ROVER.
Red Rover, Red Rover – Send those DACA Voters On Over!
Also on Thursday, we got a little UPDATE from our friends in the Liberal Media — aka Bertrand M. Gutierrez of the Winston-Salem Journal.
Here’s just one little snippett:
“Earlier this month, State Board of Elections officials sampled about 1,600 of the 10,000 names, Lawson said. They cross-checked the names against a U.S. Department of Homeland Security database, known as SAVE, and found that 94 percent of those 1,600 are in fact U.S. citizens, Lawson said.”
Now it’s been revealed what the “Program” is that the NC SBoE is using to verify these DACA folks.
SAVE – Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Program
Are you ready to don your “INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST CAP” and follow me as we educate ourselves on this SAVE Entity? Here we go…….
“The SAVE Program is an inter-governmental information service initiative which verifies the immigration status of benefit applicants.”
Another Snippett from the W-S Journal Story;
Mike Charbonneau, the deputy secretary of communications at the N.C. Department of Transportation, provided information on where some of the DACA license holders registered to vote.
Of the DACA license holders on the voter rolls, Charbonneau said, 11 registered to vote at DMV offices. Of those, three registered to vote while obtaining a DACA license. The eight others had registered to vote at a DMV before obtaining a DACA license.
On the three who registered with a DACA license, Charbonneau said, it is still unclear how it happened. When a DMV license examiner plugs into his or her computer screen that someone is obtaining a DACA license, there “should not be a prompt for registering to vote,” he said.
Any person can register in a number of ways, by filling out a form at a board of elections office, for example.
So, at this point, I would like to ‘Raise My Hand’ and ask a couple of questions?
To Mr. Josh Lawson of the NC SBoE:
What LAW, US CODE or NCGS, states that the NC State BoE must verify DACA Driver License holders info with USCIS (SAVE Program) before removing them from the voting rolls?
To Mr. Mike Charbonneau of the NC DOT:
Your office [The NC DOT] has stated that over 15,000 DACA Licenses have been issued since the programs inception in 2013. Can your office break these 15,000 down, to the ‘County of Residence’, and supply those lists to the County BoE’s? Seems to me that 100 (There are 100 Counties in NC) smaller lists could be gone thru much quicker, and more efficiently, than 2-3 people at the NC SBoE going thru 1000’s of records.
Now, let us continue with our education on this SAVE Program. It appears that this SAVE Program is for Immigration Status — you know, where you are at in the process and so forth — And since we already know that DACA is “Documented & Certified Illegal”, No DACA individuals should be on this list, or in this database — PERIOD!
It has also been mentioned earlier, by Mr. Josh Lawson of the NC SBoE, that 94% of these folks are US Citizens. Ummmm…. NO Sir! With all due respect, once a person becomes a REAL US Citizen, they are issued a Naturalization Certificate (Form N-550 or N-570)
Here is a sample of the N-550 Document.
Summary / Conclusion – These DACA Voters who wound up on our Voter Rolls have either:
a) Filled out Fraudulent Voter Registration Forms (probably at some La RAZA Voter Registration Drive [VRD or GOTV] or other similar groups VRD/GOTV effort. This means they have committed a FELONY according to the ‘Statement’ on the bottom of the NC Voter Registration Form
“Fraudulently or falsely completing this form is a Class I Felony under Chapter 163 of the NC General Statutes”
b) The Department of Homeland Security / USCIS is fraudulently changing the “Status” of these DACA individuals within the SAVE Database.
Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Fourth Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Fourteen.