With barely seven weeks from the November elections, the leftists scramble to increase their number of “supporters,” including the non-citizens.
The Democrats push for mail-in voting, guise on the fear of contracting COVID-19, simply unmasks their agenda. The leftists would undoubtedly allow non-citizens to legally vote through mail-in ballots in some states.
Mail-in voting, as President Trump earlier warned, is susceptible to fraud.
The President tweeted, “Unsolicited Ballots are uncontrollable, totally open to ELECTION INTERFERENCE by foreign countries, and will lead to massive chaos and confusion!”
The three-day extension for mail-in ballots granted in Pennsylvania would serve well for the Democrats.
Democrat voting rights lawyer Stacey Abrams in an interview, said she wouldn’t oppose non-citizen voting. Every Democrat in the state senate refused to put citizens only in the state Constitution.
Abrams said “documented and undocumented” comprise the Democrat’s Blue Wave.
The defeat of SR 818 in the General Assembly is proof that the once red state has been tainted with blue. The resolution would have “proposed an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Georgia to clarify that only citizens of the United States shall have a right to vote in elections in this state.”
Like most states, Georgia’s state Constitution indicates “every” US citizen has the right to vote.
The legal loophole falls on most state constitutions that indicate citizens have the right to vote, but not ONLY citizens have the right to vote, RedState further reported.
Northampton City Council also approved ranked-choice voting, allowing non-citizens the right to vote. It is now one step closer following in municipal elections.
“If we’re not afraid of true democracy, then I don’t think we should be afraid of including all residents — non-citizens included,” said Rachel Maiore, Ward 7 councilor.
Bob Boulrice, a member of the Charter Review Committee, said ranked-choice voting had widespread support. He pointed out other cities and towns, such as Cambridge, also allow it.
Earlier this year in a CNN report, a bill that would permit voting rights to some non-US citizen immigrants was introduced in the New York City Council.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, a Dominican Republic immigrant, sponsored the legislation. If passed into law, nearly one million legal permanent residents or residents with work authorization would have the right to vote in New York municipal elections.
Legislation has also been introduced to allow non-citizens to vote legally in California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, and Texas. It’s being considered locally in Boston, New York City, Portland, Maine, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.
Election results, in most cases, conclude exceedingly close. Allowing non-citizens to vote might rob the Americans of the real voice and choice of leader.
Every vote counts.