Former DOJ Election Attorney Says 4 Million Dead People Voting – DOJ Doesn’t Care
STEVE DOOCY: J. Christian, you’ve handled some dead people voting cases in the past haven’t you?
J. CHRISTIAN ADAMS: Yeah, I filed six in just the last year against Philadelphia. Broward Country, Florida, is pending. Places where the voter rolls are corrupted. And you know, we had one case where — in Texas, there was somebody on the voter rolls who died in 1944. Dead people are voting and it’s something that this administration isn’t doing anything about.
DOOCY: Why is that?
ADAMS: They must like it. They must like who they are voting for. Look, when I was at the Justice Department in the Bush administration, we enforced a law called Motor Voter that forced states and local election officials to clean up their voter rolls of dead people. When I was there, we shut it down after the Obama inauguration. We would not bring cases because these people are opposed to cleaning the voter rolls. Why is that? Now we have 4 million, 4 million Steve, ineligible and dead voters on American voter rolls, according to the Pew Charitable Trust. That’s too many and it’s going to affect the election. – READ MORE