Whoops! There goes down the drain another activist judge’s unconstitutional ruling against our Texas Voter ID law.
Activist U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos, an Obama appointee, twice ruled “that the strict requirements disadvantaged minorities and effectively dampened the electoral power of Texas’ surging Hispanic population. She also disapproved of the modified version, which makes knowingly lying on the affidavit to vote a misdemeanor.”
Let’s consider her rulings.
Point number one: Perjury (aka lying on an affidavit) Reference: Texas Penal Code – PENAL § 37.03. Aggravated Perjury
Willful violation of this law is a Class-A misdemeanor, a Third-Degree Felony punishable by a fine up to $10,000 and/or incarceration from 2 to 10 years in state prison.
Activist Judge Ramos has no authority to rewrite the Texas Penal Code.
Point number two: She claims a requirement for a registered Texan to show a photo ID places at a disadvantage Hispanic voters. What are the facts?
- Banks require photo ID to cash a check or open a bank account
- All vehicle operators must show a photo ID (TX Drivers License) to police officers when stopped for traffic law violations
- Many, if not most, merchants require a photo ID to validate credit card purchases
- All Texas registered voters are required to present a photo ID of approved nature to the Election Judge before receiving a ballot. Reference: the Texas Secretary of State, ID required for Texas Voters
Clearly, Judge Ramos has an agenda that does not aline with good behaviour, a requirement for her to remain on the bench. I refer the reader to the U.S. Constitution, Article III, Section 1.
Therefore, I ask U.S. Representative John Ratcliffe to consider impeachment of activist judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos.
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