Biden-Harris Admin Sues Arizona Over Election Security Law
Governor Ducey signed a bill requiring proof of citizenship and residency in order to register to vote. The Biden administration claims it's discrimination.
Biden's Department of Justice, represented by Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke (pictured above), claims that requiring proof of citizenship is too high of a hurdle for registering to vote. Naturally they mix in race by claiming that Arizona House Bill 2492 violates the Civil Rights Act.
Clarke, who is in charge of the DoJ's Civil Rights Division, has been a controversial appointment. This is because she is alleged to have made comments that appear to espouse black supremacy. In a letter to the Harvard Crimson, a student news paper, she allegedly wrote:
Melanin endows blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich indicated that he'll fight the law suit. He said:
In addition to free rooms and transportation for those illegally entering our country, the DOJ now wants to give them a chance to vote, I will once again be in court defending Arizona against the lawlessness of the Biden administration.
The New York State Supreme Court recently struck down a bill that would have allowed non-citizens to vote in local New York elections. It's likely that the Arizona's election integrity bill will be upheld in court, especially if it is taken to the Supreme Court of the United States.