From the New Mexican:
The state attorney general's office is investigating a letter received by some Orange County Hispanic residents that says it is a crime for immigrants to vote and warns them that they could be jailed or deported if they go to the polls next month.
The R says, "What's wrong with that?" He's full of indignant animation, "I don't want illegal dead people to vote twice!"
Placing blame on voters puts a horrible misdirecting twist on the question of conducting fair elections.
It's just twelve pages. But it slams the notion that there is any massive problem in America with "Voter Fraud", despite ACVR's continuing campaign to suggest the problem is an epidemic — versus all of the many other forms of disenfranchisement that really do occur and really do threaten our democracy.
"There is widespread but not unanimous agreement that there is little polling place fraud," the report explains, "or at least much less than is claimed, including voter impersonation, 'dead' voters, noncitizens voting and felon voters."
The report singles out ACVR as the only named proponent of the discredited notion that voter fraud is plaguing the country — ACVR is ignominously named as dissenting three times in the report! — so it is little wonder they didn't want this report to see the light of day.
The truth points to the elephant in the room - who owns the machines, redistricted the races, and seeks to control the media and the message through intimidation and distraction.
"But illegals shouldn't vote!" the R protests.