Another Cuban-American Senator Ted Cruz offers his help to suppress Arizona Mexican-American voters after Supreme Court rulingby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Jun. 18, 2013, under chicano vote, Hispanic Latino Vote, Mexican-American / Chicano political activism
Looks like another Cuban-American politician via Ted Cruz is offering his help and support to suppress Mexican-American voters here in the southwest.
I wonder how long it will take Cruz to figure out he is receiving support from one of the largest anti-immigrant organizations via Numbers USA?
From The Hill:
Cruz offers voting amendment after Supreme Court nixes Arizona law
The Supreme Court’s decision Monday to overturn an Arizona law requiring people to prove their U.S. citizenship before taking part in the federal “motor voter” registration program immediately reverberated in the Senate’s debate on immigration reform
The 7-2 ruling written by Justice Antonin Scalia prompted Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to announce an amendment to the Senate bill that would permit states to require people to prove their citizenship before registering to vote.
“This hole in federal statutory law allows non-citizens to register and thereby encourages voter fraud,” Cruz wrote on his Facebook page. “I will file a commonsense amendment to the immigration bill that permits states to require I.D. before registering voters.”