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Fair Election May Require 'Last Ounce of Courage'

Last week Project Veritas reported that “independent investigators presented the North Carolina Board of Elections a list of 30,000 residents who died between 2002 and 2012 – but were still registered to vote.” They noted that “that’s 30,000 opportunities for fraud in a state that President Obama won by just 14,000 votes in 2008.”

Chelsea Schilling, writing for WND reported earlier this week that the massive assault on voter ID laws in South Carolina, Texas, and elsewhere is not the result of local grass roots concerns, but a coordinated effort by a powerful, well-financed group with leaders who donated thousands of dollars to the Obama campaign and the DNC.

The Advancement Project, founded in 1999 describes itself as a “multiracial civil rights organization.” Prior to the federal court ruling that struck down the Texas photo ID law, “The Advancement Project” sent a letter to the Justice Department calling on the Civil Rights Division to reject the voter ID law. It also delivered a petition of 120,000 signatures demanding the department deny per-clearance of Texas law,” Schilling reported.

The Advancement Project, according to Schilling, is a primary advocate of having voter rights restored for convicted felons, claiming the laws are “stringent and outdated.”

The Advancement Project argues that communities of color are disproportionately impacted by voter disenfranchisement in Virginia. Their website states, “According to recent estimates, 1 in 5 African Americans are permanently banned from voting and other civil rights in Virginia.”

James O’Keefe, Founder of Project Veritas and the organization that exposed wrongdoing by ACORN states that a vast majority of Americans, more than 64 percent now consider voter fraud to be a problem, but the U.S. Attorney General is doing nothing to prevent it. Instead, he is part of the problem.

Christian leaders have yet to take a stand against voter fraud. In fact many pastors are working to oppose voter ID laws in South Carolina or elsewhere.

It is being suggested that church members whose pastors or deacons are “asleep at the switch,” even after witnessing hundreds of Obama supporters “boo” God in Charlotte last week, take them to a theater to see a new film opening nationwide Friday, “September 14.

Last Ounce of Courage, as recommended by the Family Research Council, “is the story of a grieving father, Bob Revere, inspired by his grandson to take a stand for faith and freedom against the tide of apathy and vanishing liberty. As he considers the personal cost of military conflict abroad and the erosion of freedom at home, he is reminded that we honor our heroes best by standing up for the ideals they defend.” The movie celebrates our traditional values while returning America to its cherished founding principles.

 

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