Federal subpoenas went out demanding a ‘tsunami’ of North Carolina voter records.
According to Indy Week, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to sift through millions of voter records in an apparent “fishing exhibition” after subpoenaing poll books, voting records, and executed ballots last week.
They are looking for organized voter fraud… Will a black-robed social justice warrior overrule the request?
The United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina has issued subpoenas demanding all voting records from 44 counties across the state as well as, separately, a subpoena seeking a broad swath of information from the North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement.
The grand jury subpoena commands the county boards of elections to produce “any and all poll books, e-pol lbooks, voting records, and/or voter authorization documents, and executed official ballots (including absentee official ballots), that were submitted to, filed by, received by, and/or maintained by the Board of Elections from August 30, 2013 through August 30, 2018.”
The date of the grand jury hearing at which these materials will be considered is September 25, 2018.[…]
It is not immediately clear what the underlying case being investigated by the grand jury is for which these records have been requested.
In addition to the subpoenas served upon the county boards of election, the NCSBE received a subpoena seeking the following:
Standard Voter Registration Application forms
Federal Post Card Applications (FPCA)
Federal Write-In-Absentee Ballots (FWAB)
One-Stop (Early Voting) application forms
Provision Voting formsN.C. Absentee Ballot Request forms
Any and all “Admission or Denial of Non-Citizen Return Form” that were generated by the North Carolina State Board of Elections, or were caused to be generated by the North Carolina Board of Elections, and/or the Ethics Enforcement Office.
Any and all Voter Registration Cancellation or Voter Revocation forms that have been generated by the North Carolina State Board of Elections, and/or the Ethics Enforcement Office.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement announced it would hold a meeting to discuss how to respond to these subpoenas on Friday. More
They might have better luck getting the relevant records by showing up at the election offices and seizing their records.
Due to voter fraud, there are many people who are in office who should not be. Makes me sick to my stomach thinking about it.
— John D. Burns (@johnburnsnc) September 5, 2018
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