SAN FRANCISCO Gives ILLEGAL ALIENS Right To Vote
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Some San Francisco office holders are excited that this is the week the city’s Department of Elections issued voter registration forms for illegal aliens.
“We want to give immigrants the right to vote,” said Supervisor Norman Yee who represents District 7.
But legal immigrants have been allowed to vote in local San Francisco elections; the new registration effort is for illegal aliens, or as the politicians say, “non-citizens.”
According to Greg Phillips of the VoteFraud.org organization, 3 million votes in the U.S. presidential election were cast by illegal aliens.
If true, this would mean that Donald Trump still won the contest despite widespread vote fraud and almost certainly won the popular vote.
“We have verified more than three million votes cast by non-citizens,” tweeted Phillips after reporting that the group had completed an analysis of a database of 180 million voter registrations.
For decades, Democrats have been in favor of giving illegals special treatment, in hopes of obtaining their votes in future elections. Barack Obama fought tooth and nail to ensure illegals continued to flood our borders, even going as far as to sign an executive order to give so-called “Dreamers” the same rights as American citizens.
Watch then-President Barack Obama essentially encourage illegal aliens to vote:
Check out the True the Vote Election Fraud Database It’s a nationwide compilation of election fraud prosecutions, including many illegal aliens who were caught voting in our elections.
And yes, it is considered a crime in America to vote in our elections if you are not an American citizen…
DEMOCRATS REGISTER 12 MILLION More Voters Than Republicans…Does It Really Matter?
This is not the best of times for the Democratic Party. No White House; no Senate; no House of Representatives; and a clear minority of governorships and state legislatures in their possession. Yet the Democrats approach this fall’s midterm elections with an advantage in one key aspect of the political process — their strength in states where voters register by party.
According to the Washington Examiner, Democrats hold a massive voter lead in states that require party registration, a gap of 12 million that could be key to whether the party takes control of the House and Senate in the fall midterm congressional elections, according to a new analysis.
Overall, 40 percent of voters in 31 party registration states are Democrats, 29 percent are Republicans, and 28 percent are independents, according to a new report of July numbers from the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics. The states include several with key battles over House seats such as California, New York, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
Still, Republican Donald Trump found a route www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/08/virginia-felon-disenfranchisement-mcauliffe/496898/ to victory in 2016 that went through the party registration states. He scored a near sweep of those where there were more Republicans than Democrats, winning 11 of the 12, while also taking six of the 19 states where there were more Democrats than Republicans — a group that included the pivotal battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
In the swing state of Virginia, Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe issued an executive order in April 2016, that immediately gave some 200,000 felons the right to vote.
When Republicans in Virginia’s state legislature revolted at that executive order and won an August 2016 Virginia Supreme Court decision blocking restorations en masse, McAuliffe took another route, with his office reviewing thousands of felons’ records and the governor restoring their rights individually using an autopen. According to the Secretary of the Commonwealth Kelly Thomasson, 172,298 people have had their rights restored, with even more in the last week of the governor’s term.
As Democrats push for same-day voter registration in several states, Republicans voice concern that registering voters on the same-day as the election is an invitation for voter fraud.
More than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire on Nov. 8, 2016, using out-of-state driver’s licenses, and since then the vast majority have neither obtained an in-state license nor registered a motor vehicle.
Conservatives say the state’s same-day registration is an invitation for fraud because of loose proof-of-residence rules.
Several new states are now allowing same-day registration for voters:
In Delaware, the state House has approved legislation allowing early voting and same-day registration in Delaware.
The bills cleared the Democrat-led House on Thursday with no Republican support. They now go to the Senate, also controlled by Democrats.
As of 2017, California residents are also able to register to vote on election day.