LELAND – In the months preceding an election it is not uncommon to see people on the street or at events conducting voter registration drives. Democrats are fond of these drives and have a lot of success in registering all sorts of unwitting folks as Democrats, recording their info, and making sure there is someone to bus them to the polls on election day.
Legally, anyone can conduct voter registration drives and that makes sense because the promotion of the electoral process is a healthy one. There are some requirements of those conducting the drives, however, such as not refusing forms to someone for this reason or that.
We’ve all seen a pair asking if passersby are registered to vote, only to watch them shrink away from someone requesting to register as a Republican.
That is allegedly what is at play in Leland, as reported by John Guandolo.
Muslim in Leland, NC (near Wilmington) registering people to vote (democrat). When my friend walked up with an “Infidel” t-shirt on, the muslim man refused to register him. Classic. pic.twitter.com/8zLOSFZvTO
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— John Guandolo (@JohnGuandolo) August 24, 2018
Aside from the arguably tacky provocation, a person conducting a voter registration drive is not permitted to refuse interested citizens from filling out an application. While the refusal is notable, it is not in anyway surprising. The Left engages in a buffet of unethical practices when pushing voter registration and delivering bus loads of vagrants and senior citizens to the polls.
But that’s why it’s important to keep your eyes peeled for this type of behavior and report possible violations to your county board of elections. The shenanigans will only get more pronounced as we get closer to election day.
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