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San Francisco is Registering Non-Citizens to Vote

The Democratic playbook when it comes to illegal immigration has been obvious for some time now. By fighting to make it as easy as possible for illegals to enter the country while at the same time fighting against voter identification laws, Democrats are manufacturing a new base of support out of people who shouldn’t be allowed to vote in the first place.

Recently, though, the city of San Francisco decided to take it a step further by actually allowing non-citizens to register to vote in local elections.

The new San Francisco law flies in the face of everything that the right to vote was intended to be. The right to vote is the number one power that American citizens are afforded in order to preserve their rights and shape their city, state, and country in the way that they see fit. When this right is handed over to non-citizens, though, the interests of American citizens – including legal immigrants who went through the immigration process in order to earn their right to vote the legal way – is watered down by people who obviously have no interest in upholding our nation’s laws.

To Democratic officials in San Francisco and beyond, though, these facts are not nearly as important as gaining a new cohort of supporters. To learn more about what San Francisco is doing to encourage non-citizens to vote, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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