August 17, 2017
By Brendan Kirby
A Peruvian immigrant named Margarita Del Pilar Fitzpatrick walked into a driver’s license office in Illinois and left as a registered voter — after a clerk told her that it was up to her whether or not to register.
That decision led to Fitzpatrick’s eventual deportation, which she now hopes the Supreme Court will overturn.
The high court has not even decided whether it will take the case, and if it does, the outcome will turn on legal technicalities like the applicability of what is called “entrapment by estoppel.” But one voter integrity group argues that the Fitzpatrick case is the logical result of activists such as billionaire progressive George Soros aggressively promoting ineligible voting and an electoral system that shuns safeguards against fraud. … Read the full story by Brendan Kirby.
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