With the Dems fighting so hard not just for immigrant, but for ILLEGAL immigrants, this is no longer an academic question.
This question was posed by a legal immigrant with brown skin:
If we had ICE at every polling station, would Democrats still win the popular vote?
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 22, 2018
But of course, he’s a prominent Republican, so he’s being called ‘racist’ over it anyway.
Is his question REALLY that unreasonable?
Take a step from the usual rhetoric. And think about the current news cycle.
For starters, take stock of all the ‘deep concern’ about ‘foreign influence’ in elections. Picture it in your mind. Got it? Good. Now hold that thought…
Those are real headlines for real stories. One is KTLA, and the other is CBS Pittsburg. They’re real sites, not some fly-by-night site, and not even one that’s been added to the Leftist fact-checkers Blacklist. (Ie: any news site that doesn’t lean Left of Lenin).
The staff of the Boston Herald had to take the unsual step in their editoral department of explaining what — only a few short years ago — any self-respecting schoolkid would have taken for granted:
But now, that idea is up for debate. Apparently.
Add to that the calls to abolish ICE, and the defiance of Federal Law by establishing ‘Sanctuary Cities’, and you’ve got a recipe for systemic abuse.
Here’s a story going back to 2014:
HOPE AND VOTER FRAUD: Could Non-Citizens Decide the Midterm Elections?
How many non-citizens participate in U.S. elections? More than 14 percent of non-citizens in both the 2008 and 2010 samples indicated that they were registered to vote. Furthermore, some of these non-citizens voted. Our best guess, based upon extrapolations from the portion of the sample with a verified vote, is that 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent of non-citizens voted in 2010.
There were other red flags, too:
Last week in Michigan, O’Keefe struck again, testing the state’s voter-ID law, which allows non-ID holders to vote if they merely fill out an affidavit claiming they are who they say they are. Such affidavits are almost never checked. Using this ruse, O’Keefe told different poll workers he was Detroit mayor Mike Duggan, Wayne State University Law School dean Jocelyn Benson, and columnist Nancy Kaffer of the Detroit Free Press — all whom strongly oppose voter-ID laws. In each case, poll workers offered him primary ballots for the person he was claiming to be. He was also offered the ballot of legendary Michigan rapper Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III. In all but one sting, the poll workers offered him a ballot, though he never actually accepted a ballot or cast an illegal vote.
And of course, who can forget this:
But to mention that we should be citizens, or have ID to qualify as a valid voter? That’s ‘racist’… right?
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