J. Christian Adams is an election attorney that used to work in the Voting Rights Section of the US Justice Department. While there, he tried to prosecute two members of the New Black Panther Party for voter intimidation. Adams had eyewitness testimony and video of the two actively threatening voters standing in line waiting to cast their ballots in Philadelphia. It was an open and shut case, or so he thought.
Adams was suddenly instructed by his superiors to drop the case and set the two men free. He tried to find out why and wanted to pursue the case, but was told to drop it and not mention the case. He was so upset over the favoritism and unjust practices that were going on in the Justice Department that he resigned his job. Adams now serves as counsel for the Election Law Center and is a regular contributor to PJ Media. He is also the author of Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department.
As an election attorney, Adams continues to investigate people and events surrounding elections. He recently posted one of his latest election discoveries on PJ Media, reporting that someone is registered to vote in Washington DC by the name of Barry Soetoro. That’s the name that Obama’s step-father Lolo Soetoro used for Barack Obama when he was a boy in Indonesia. Incidentally, his Indonesian documents listed his religion as Muslim, which we have seen evidence of still, even though he denies it.
The Barry Soetoro registration form lists his birth place as Honolulu and gives the date of Obama’s birth. It also lists the address of the registrant as 1600 Pennsylvania Ave (the White house).
Adams says that he believes the registration to be fraud, saying:
“According to a search at the D.C. Board of elections using the search terms Barry Soetoro, President Obama’s date of birth and the zip code of 20500, a registered voter of that name is registered to vote at the White House for D.C. elections. Barry Soetoro is a name that President Obama has used in the past.”
“Did President Obama submit this registration, or is it a fraud? Who knows? Obtaining the actual registration forms (or on-line) submitted to the D.C. election’s board might answer the question. In my view, it is worse if it is a fraud because it illustrates the ease at which one can trick the system. Or perhaps, President Obama wants out of crime-infested Chicago after his term is up and registered using his old name. I’ll go with option 1, the fraud.”
If someone can easily establish a fraudulent voter registration, evidently without any verifiable ID, then how many other fraudulent voter registrations are there in DC? The next question to ask is how many times did people, most likely liberal Democrats vote in DC and elsewhere by using numerous fraudulent registrations? Could this voter registration form be the tiny tip of a huge iceberg of voter fraud?