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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.”


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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?

Ooo Ooo Mr. Charbonneau (NC DOT) & Mr. Lawson (NC SBoE) --- Hello, I'm SilenceDoGood and I'd like to ask you a question!

Ooo Ooo Mr. Charbonneau (NC DOT) & Mr. Lawson (NC SBoE) — Hello, I’m SilenceDoGood and I’d like to ask you a question!




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)

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Here is a sample of the N-550 Document.


Image was copied from Google Images.




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.




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Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Fourth Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Fourteen.

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This info is a direct copy/paste from an email I received from the 912 Project.

BREAKING NEWS – ‘Fast & Furious’/’Gunwalker’/Agent Terry Secret Recordings Uncovered

Posted by Jared Law on September 19, 2011 at 3:01pm in Activism/Events


The Barack Hussein Obama Regime should go down over this. This is worse than Watergate and Iran-Contra combined. The fact that impeachment proceedings aren’t on the horizon is testament to the corrupt nature of the national Democrat Party.


It’s heartening that Sharyl Attkisson actually didn’t spin things as hard as Obama worshipers tend to do; is this a case of another legitimate, honest journalist, or is there some other motive at play? The fact that CBS News broke this story is actually pretty surprising. Usually such outfits sit on anything that doesn’t contribute to the general media worship of the Obama Regime. Here’s the CBS News’ story:



CBS News has obtained secretly recorded conversations that raise questions as to whether some evidence is being withheld in the murder of a Border Patrol agent.

The tapes were recorded approximately mid-March 2011 by the primary gun dealer cooperating with ATF in its “Fast and Furious” operation: Andre Howard, owner of Lone Wolf Trading Company inGlendale,Arizona. He’s talking with the lead case ATF case agent Hope MacAllister.

The tapes have been turned over to Congressional investigators and the Inspector General.

As CBS News first reported last February, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives allegedly allowed thousands of weapons to “walk” onto the streets without interdiction into the hands of suspected traffickers for Mexican drug cartels in its operation “Fast and Furious.”

The conversations refer to a third weapon recovered at the murder scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.







Here’s The Blaze’s take on this story: 





Posted on September 19, 2011 at 4:14pm by Buck Sexton 

CBS News has posted what it claims is a secret recording between a senior ATF Agent and an Arizona gun store owner at the heart of the botched operation “Fast and Furious” weapons sting. The tape could be proof that the ATF tried to suppress evidence found at the crime scene of murdered U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry.. 

Recorded around March 2011, the tape is the work of Andre Howard, owner of Lone Wolf Trading Company in Glendale, Arizona– which was the primary gun dealer cooperating with ATF in “Operation Fast and Furious.” On the tape, Howard is talking with the lead case ATF Case Agent Hope MacAllister, according to CBS. 

 Note the discussion included the admission of three weapons found.

This is significant because it means the ATF might have known months ago that there were three Fast and Furious-linked guns, not two, found near U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry after he was killed in a shootout with cartel criminals.

Originally, court records only showed two “AK-47-style” weapons linked to Fast and Furious were part of the investigation. And a ballistics report turned over to Congress months ago also only indicated two Fast and Furious associated weapons.

If a new ballistics test shows the missing third gun was in fact the one used to gun down the U.S. Border Agent, it would be hard to argue that evidence was not intentionally suppressed to avoid scandal.

Apparently, the Justice Department’s Inspector General obtained the audio tape discussing the number of weapons several months ago, and for some yet-to-be-determined reason, handed them over to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Arizona — a primary subject itself of the Fast and Furious investigation.

CBS has asked the pertinent question: ”It’s unclear why the Inspector General, who is supposed to investigate independently, would turn over evidence to an entity that is itself under investigation.”

Increasingly, the answer appears to be a cover-up that stretches widely across the government and reaches up into the highest echelons of power.

In a national election year, a cabinet-level resignation due to scandal would be very politically damaging. For Operation “Fast and Furious,” it appears robust Congressional oversight measures will be required to get anywhere near the truth.



Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Nineteenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Eleven.


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Update on 3/27/11 @ 11:30pm EDT: A recent article from the Daily Caller.


Update on July 7, 2010 @ 1:20pm EDT:

Here’s a good clip of the New Black Panther Party.


—End of updates—

Loretta King (no relation to MLK) is one of the evilest people I have ever seen. She is an Assistant Attorney General under the Obama Administration.  She was one of the “Powers that Be” that called for the Black Panthers case to be dismissed even though the Department of Justice attorneys have called it a ‘SLAM DUNK’ case of voter intimidation at the polls.

Picture of the Traitor, Loretta King.

Now that is the most recent news about this Traitor. Let’s look back to last year at what she’s done:

She ordered the State of Georgia to allow Illegal Immigrants to register to vote. I want you pay special attention to the numbers at the bottom of Karen Handel’s letter. Hispanic voter turnout increased by 140% in only 4 years. IF that doesn’t say “VOTER FRAUD”, I don’t know what does!

Letter from Loretta King Part 1:

Letter from Loretta King Part 2

Response to Loretta King’s Letter via the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.


For Immediate Release
June 1, 2009

FFI Contact: Matt Carrothers
Director of Media Relations

Obama Justice Department Decision Will Allow Non-Citizens to Register to Vote in Georgia

Decision Bars Georgia From Continuing Voter Verification Process

Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel issued the following statement following the U.S. Department of Justice’s denial of preclearance of Georgia’s voter verification process

Atlanta – “The decision by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to deny preclearance of Georgia’s already implemented citizenship verification process shows a shocking disregard for the integrity of our elections. With this decision, DOJ has now barred Georgia from continuing the citizenship verification program that DOJ lawyers helped to craft. DOJ’s decision also nullifies the orders of two federal courts directing Georgia to implement the procedure for the 2008 general election. The decision comes seven months after Georgia requested an expedited review of the preclearance submission.

“DOJ has thrown open the door for activist organizations such as ACORN to register non-citizens to vote in Georgia’s elections, and the state has no ability to verify an applicant’s citizenship status or whether the individual even exists. DOJ completely disregarded Georgia’s obvious and direct interest in preventing non-citizens from voting, instead siding with the ACLU and MALDEF. Clearly, politics took priority over common sense and good public policy.

“This process is critical to protecting the integrity of our elections. We have evidence that non-citizens have voted in past Georgia elections and that more than 2,100 individuals have attempted to register, yet still have questions regarding their citizenship. Further, the Inspector General’s office is investigating more than 30 cases of non-citizens casting ballots in Georgia elections, including the case of a Henry County non-citizen who registered to vote and cast ballots in 2004 and 2006.

“It is important to underscore that not a single person has come forward to say he or she could not vote because of the verification process. Further, while DOJ argues that the process is somehow discriminatory, the historic voter turnout among Hispanic and African-American voters in the 2008 general elections clearly says otherwise.

“This decision provides a specific example of the inherently illogical and unfair nature of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. It is a sad day for the rights of our state and for the integrity of our elections. I remain committed to continuing the fight for citizenship verification. In the coming days, I will consider every option available to the state, including the possibility of legal action.”


As required by law and ordered by federal courts in October 2008, the eligibility of new applicants to register and vote is checked against the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and Social Security Administration databases to ensure that individuals registering to vote report similar information. If information in these databases does not match information reported on the voter registration form, the applicant is asked to clarify the information. Additionally, if the applicant previously reported to DDS that he or she is not a U.S. citizen, that person is asked by a registrar to provide proof of citizenship.

Prior to the November 2008 General Election, Secretary Handel sent letters to 4,771 voter registration applicants whose records at DDS indicated they were not U.S. citizens, asking them to provide documentation of their citizenship. As of March 2009, 2,148 of these applicants still have chosen not to resolve the question about their U.S. citizenship.

In the November 2008 General Election, county election officials reported that 599 individuals cast a challenged ballot because the voter had previously indicated to DDS that he or she was not a United States citizen and had not resolved their status with county officials at the time of the election. Of those, 369 ballots were accepted because the voter provided documentation of their citizenship after the election; and 230 were rejected because the individual chose not to confirm his or her citizenship status.

On October 10, 2008, activist organizations including the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit to attempt to prevent Georgia from verifying the eligibility of applicants to register and vote in the November General Election, including whether those individuals were citizens of the United States.

On October 16, 2008, U.S. District Court Judge Jack Camp denied the motion by MALDEF and ACLU; directed the State to continue the verification process; and acknowledged the State’s requirements to verify information under the Help America Vote Act. In his order, Judge Camp stated:

HAVA requires that Defendant Handel match information in the statewide voter registration database with information from the Georgia DDS and the SSA databases “to the extent necessary to enable each such official to verify the accuracy of the information provided on the applications for voter registration.”

Judge Camp also stated:

Since the possibility of fraudulent and inaccurate voting could significantly injure and diminish the public’s respect and confidence in the electoral process, the State’s ability to maintain reliable voter lists is paramount to a temporary and minor inconvenience to a few individuals.

On October 27, 2008, a U.S. District Court three-judge panel again directed the State to continue its voter registration verification process and challenge ballot procedures through the November General Election.

The 2008 elections were the largest in Georgia’s history, featuring record turnout among minority voters with the citizenship verification program in place. The figures below represent voter turnout statistics among Hispanic/Latino, African-American and White voters from the 2004 and 2008 General Elections.

Voter Demographic 2004 Total Number of Votes Cast 2008 Total Number of Votes Cast Percentage Increase in Votes Cast
Hispanic/Latino 18,000 43,000 140%
African-American 834,000 1.2 million 42%
White 2.3 million 2.5 million 8%

Karen Handel was sworn in as Secretary of State in January 2007. The Secretary of State’s office offers important services to our citizens and our business community. Among the office’s wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting efficient and secure elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities and professional license holders. The office also oversees the Georgia Archives and the Capitol Museum.

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Third Day of July in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Ten.

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