Going into the 2012 elections, the Republican Party appears to be a great disadvantage against a well-funded, well-organized "vote fraud denier industry" working overtime to keep ineligible names on ballots across the country. J. Christian Adams, a former attorney in the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, has identified several states with localities that have "implausible" registration numbers; meaning they have more names on the ballots than they have eligible voters.
Adams resigned from the DOJ after the department declined to pursue a voter intimidation case from the 2008 elections against members of the New Black Panther Party (NBPR) in Philadelphia. In his new book entitled: Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department, he describes how Obama's DOJ deliberately avoids enforcing Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), which calls for registration rolls to be purged of ineligible voters. At the same time, the DOJ is pushing "motor voter" lawsuits activated under Section 7 of the NVRA in an effort to uptick the Democratic turnout.
Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests Judicial Watch has filed, the collusion and cooperation between Obama's DOJ and third party pressure groups is now well documented.
Not surprisingly, ACORN's Project Vote figures prominently into the equation. But Anita MonCrief, a former Project Vote employee who has testified against the ACORN network in court, warns against fixating on Project Vote. The "vote fraud denier industry" as it is aptly described by Adams, includes several groups that deserve scrutiny. They are: The Brennan Center for Law and Justice, the Advancement Project, the NAACP, the ACLU, Demos, and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. The financial backers standing behind this industry, according to "Injustice," are the George Soros's Open Society Institute, the Ford Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and Pew Charitable Trusts.
Bill Wilson, president of Americans for Limited Government, has commented, "The fact that Soros is spending large amounts of money to prevent voter fraud investigations is a bright red warning light that the sanctity of our election system is under unprecedented attack."
The question becomes is the Republican National Committee (RNC) doing anything to prepare for the onslaught of fraudulent votes?
It is worth recalling that Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), who was behind Republican Norm Coleman before a recount went into effect in 2008, turned out to be the extra vote needed to pass ObamaCare. Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, who oversaw that recount, was maneuvered into his position by the George Soros "Secretary of State Project" and with backing from ACORN.