Thursday, May 23, 2024

Congress Must Act to Stop Noncitizens from Voting: Action is Long Overdue; SAVE Act Would Restore Election Legitimacy: The SAVE Act Must Be Passed to Ensure Legal Voting Prevails

Congress Must Act to Stop Noncitizens from Voting
Action is long overdue.
With less than six months to go until Election Day, Americans have ample reason to be concerned that a wave of non-citizens casting ballots could undermine the integrity of our elections. Urgent federal action is needed to address this threat before it is too late.
Many in the corporate media and the political establishment have assured Americans that they need not worry because non-citizens voting, or even registering to vote in federal elections is already illegal – and indeed, this is the case. But this prohibition has been effectively neutralized by caveats and special carve-outs in dozens of states’ laws which create ample opportunity to violate federal election law.
One of the biggest glaring weak points in U.S. election law is the voter registration process itself. Under the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, every state must use a common voter registration form which only asks applicants to check a box stating that they are an American citizen.
In other words, states must take someone’s word for it that they are eligible to vote in federal elections – effectively eliminating all structural barriers to non-citizens registering to vote.
Making matters worse, 14 states, including the swing states of Nevada and Pennsylvania, don’t even require any sort of identification to cast a ballot. This is also the case in populous states like California and New York, which in 2022 determined control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
To help guard against non-citizens voting, many states have wisely implemented Voter ID laws. But even these safeguards might not be enough.
For instance, in 28 states, including the swing states of Michigan, Georgia, and North Carolina, a student ID counts as a valid form of identification for voting. But student IDs do not distinguish between citizens and noncitizens.
Moreover, at least 19 other states and the District of Columbia have passed bills allowing noncitizens to obtain driver’s licenses which also do not distinguish between citizens and noncitizens. According to Judicial Watch, roughly 80,000 illegal aliens in Minnesota alone became eligible to obtain driver’s licenses when Democrats there passed the “Driver’s Licenses for All” Act last year. --->READ MORE HERE
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SAVE Act Would Restore Election Legitimacy:
The SAVE Act Must Be Passed to Ensure Legal Voting Prevails
Immediately upon taking office on Jan. 20, 2021, President Joe Biden revoked Trump administration "Remain in Mexico" policies while asylum-seeker cases were pending, consequentially causing illegal immigration to skyrocket and overwhelm dedicated U.S. Border Patrol personnel and resources.
Since taking office, the Biden administration has released at least 4.6 million illegal immigrants into the country, with 1.8 million known "gotaways."
There can be no misunderstanding that the entire purpose of this Democratic open border invitation to millions of illegal migrants is to grow their party voting rolls, and do so through census counts.
This could very likely influence U.S. House membership representation, along with unvalidated noncitizen balloting in local, state, and national elections.
Illegal immigrants are eligible for driver’s licenses and other benefits in many states, providing ample opportunities to illegally register to vote in federal elections.
Whereas a Democratic Senate majority has blocked efforts to remove noncitizens from census counts, a Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE) Act.
Proposed by U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee members Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, plus lead U.S. House sponsor Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, the act would address illegal voting which has intentionally been made impossible to check. --->READ MORE HERE
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