Friday, July 24, 2015

Insure valid voter qualifications in elections

illegals-vote- On the assumption that as a bloc illegal aliens will vote for Democrats, Obama
and the Democrats are recruiting illegal aliens to vote in 2016, Texas Federal
Judge Andrew Hanen issued a ruling against Obama’s directive for DHS to stop
deportation procedures against illegals. His 123-page opinion states clearly that
the DHS was not given any ‘discretion by law’ to grant 4.3 million removable
aliens ‘legal presence.'” Judge Hanen wrote, “In fact, the law mandates that
these illegally-present individuals be removed.”

In defiance of this order, Obama issued three-year amnesty permission to
several thousand illegals. In response to this unlawful move, Judge Hanen
warned that these permits must be retrieved by the end of July. Anyone who
refuses to return them will forfeit amnesty and be subject to immediate
deportation. DHS claims to be complying with the order, but if they do not
succeed, DHS Director Jeh Johnson will stand in Judge Hanen’s court to
explain why. Judge Hanen is quoted as saying that “the Court intends to
utilize all available powers to compel compliance.” But, notwithstanding
Judge Hanen’s valid intentions, this all may prove a pyrrhic victory, because
illegals already in the US are being issued drivers licenses which allow them
to register automatically to vote, and, while it is illegal for anyone not a US
citizen to vote in US elections, under severe penalties, the Democrats hope
that enough fraudulent votes will be cast to create overwhelming confusion to
electoral outcomes as to make corrections a prohibitively expensive and drawn
out process.

The recent decision by the US Supreme Court prohibiting states from imposing
ID requirements for registration further complicates the issue. And, to make
their intentions even clearer, Liberal Democrats on the DC City Council proposed
that non-citizens who have permanent residence be allowed to vote in their local
elections. The camel’s nose is in the tent; the non-citizen vote in local elections
sets a precedent for expanding this rule to larger elections. In such a case, the
GOP primary wouldn’t matter, because enough legitimate votes would be nullified
to allow non-citizen votes to rule. Add to that the fact that through massive voter
fraud from refugees granted asylum, visa recipients, states issuing driver’s licenses
and ID cards to illegals and the Supreme Court decision that nobody needs to show
proof-of-citizenship when registering to vote and when casting a vote, especially by
mail-in ballot, the votes of legitimate American citizens could be permanently nullified.

There seems to be only one solution on the horizon if the states themselves will act.
Read more at EagleRising

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