Democratic Group La Raza Caught Promoting Guide On Illegal Immigrant Voter Fraud
The National Council of La Raza, a pro-amnesty Hispanic activist organization, is teetering on the edge of encouraging illegal alien voters to commit vote fraud by promoting a Washington Post article which provides a list of states with lax voter ID laws, according to The Daily Caller.
"Voter ID laws are at-issue across the country, with newly Republican-controlled legislatures having passed them in numerous states after the 2010 election," explained The Washington Post's Aaron Blake. "Most states still request some form of ID, but don't require it. Another 20 states don't require identification."
"In case you're wondering where your state is at in all of this, a helpful (sic) graphic from the Post's graphics team. And here is more background information from the National Conference of State Legislatures."
The article, which also informs people of the states that allow voting without the use of a photo ID, was initially tweeted out by the Chicago chapter of Asian Americans Advancing Justice with the message, "Reminder - #Illinois does NOT require #voterID to cast a ballot."
So who decided to helpfully retweet the Post's article? The country's foremost Hispanic immigrant group's official Twitter account, with the hashtag #TurnOutForWhat, Tea Party News Network reported.
In another instance, a meme with a quote from socialist Cesar Chavez has also been repeatedly used by the pro-amnesty organization to further drive this agenda. It reads "We don't need perfect political systems. We need perfect participation," with the headline asking voters to make sure they vote on Nov. 4 since "Elections Do Matter."
"Chavez's legacy has been hijacked by the anti-legal immigration folks at La Raza and in the Democrat Party," according to TPNN. "Even leftist Huffington Post acknowledges this fact."
Chavez often referred to illegal aliens as "wetbacks" and "illegals" and stated in a 1972 interview, "As long as we have a poor country bordering California, it's going to be very difficult to win strikes."