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Jul 10, 2024 09:10:26   #
Darling Mary
 
The House is poised to v**e Wednesday to ensure that only U.S. citizens may v**e in federal e******ns, despite a veto threat from President Joe Biden.

Although it’s already illegal for noncitizens to v**e in federal e******ns, “there is no mechanism to ensure that only those registering or v****g are actually citizens,” House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., said Tuesday in a press conference held on Zoom.

The Safeguard American V**er Eligibility Act, or SAVE Act, would amend the 1993 National V***r R**********n Act, known as the “motor v**er law,” to require that states obtain documentary proof of citizenship from someone before he or she may r******r to v**e. The legislation also would require states to remove noncitizens from the v**er rolls.

“We know President Biden has welcomed millions and millions of i******s, including sophisticated criminal syndicates and spies, [to] our borders,” Johnson said. “A growing number of localities are blurring the lines between citizens and noncitizens by allowing them currently to v**e in local and municipal e******ns.”

Johnson noted that Virginia last year removed 1,500 registrants from the v**er rolls who were noncitizens, and 22% had cast b****ts. The states of Massachusetts and Ohio removed noncitizens from v**er rolls in recent years. Georgia found that 1,600 noncitizens attempted to v**e.

“Many of our e******ns are decided by very slim margins, very slim margins,” Johnson said on the call with reporters. “Only American citizens should decide American e******ns.”

The White House announced Monday that Biden “strongly opposes” the House legislation.

“This bill would do nothing to safeguard our e******ns, but it would make it much harder for all eligible Americans to r******r to v**e and increase the risk that eligible v**ers are purged from v**er rolls,” the White House statement says. “The evidence is clear that the current laws to prevent noncitizen v****g are working as intended—it is extraordinarily rare for noncitizens to break the law by v****g in federal e******ns.”

The House measure is sponsored by Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, who stressed that the bill won’t prevent any legal v**ers from casting a v**e.

“They want to try to k**l it because they don’t believe in it,” Roy said of Democrat opponents. “They don’t believe in American sovereignty. They don’t believe in securing the e******ns and ensuring that only citizens v**e.”

The Texas Republican also sought to address any concerns that his fellow conservatives may have.

“We will be criticized by some, even on the right, for whether or not this is something Congress should even be doing from a federalism standpoint. I understand that,” Roy said. “Understand that this bill fixes a problem where the federal government was the barrier to states’ being able to ensure that only citizens v**e.”

Roy also noted that Arizona verifies the citizenship of v**ers in state and local e******ns, but not for federal e******ns, because of existing federal law.

Cleta Mitchell, a senior legal fellow with the Conservative Partnership Institute, emceed the press conference over Zoom. Mitchell referred to recent support for the SAVE Act from entrepreneur Elon Musk, who posted on his social media platform, X, that opponents of the legislation are “t*****rs.”

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Jul 10, 2024 09:27:44   #
Kevyn
 
Darling Mary wrote:
The House is poised to v**e Wednesday to ensure that only U.S. citizens may v**e in federal e******ns, despite a veto threat from President Joe Biden.

Although it’s already illegal for noncitizens to v**e in federal e******ns, “there is no mechanism to ensure that only those registering or v****g are actually citizens,” House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., said Tuesday in a press conference held on Zoom.

The Safeguard American V**er Eligibility Act, or SAVE Act, would amend the 1993 National V***r R**********n Act, known as the “motor v**er law,” to require that states obtain documentary proof of citizenship from someone before he or she may r******r to v**e. The legislation also would require states to remove noncitizens from the v**er rolls.

“We know President Biden has welcomed millions and millions of i******s, including sophisticated criminal syndicates and spies, [to] our borders,” Johnson said. “A growing number of localities are blurring the lines between citizens and noncitizens by allowing them currently to v**e in local and municipal e******ns.”

Johnson noted that Virginia last year removed 1,500 registrants from the v**er rolls who were noncitizens, and 22% had cast b****ts. The states of Massachusetts and Ohio removed noncitizens from v**er rolls in recent years. Georgia found that 1,600 noncitizens attempted to v**e.

“Many of our e******ns are decided by very slim margins, very slim margins,” Johnson said on the call with reporters. “Only American citizens should decide American e******ns.”

The White House announced Monday that Biden “strongly opposes” the House legislation.

“This bill would do nothing to safeguard our e******ns, but it would make it much harder for all eligible Americans to r******r to v**e and increase the risk that eligible v**ers are purged from v**er rolls,” the White House statement says. “The evidence is clear that the current laws to prevent noncitizen v****g are working as intended—it is extraordinarily rare for noncitizens to break the law by v****g in federal e******ns.”

The House measure is sponsored by Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, who stressed that the bill won’t prevent any legal v**ers from casting a v**e.

“They want to try to k**l it because they don’t believe in it,” Roy said of Democrat opponents. “They don’t believe in American sovereignty. They don’t believe in securing the e******ns and ensuring that only citizens v**e.”

The Texas Republican also sought to address any concerns that his fellow conservatives may have.

“We will be criticized by some, even on the right, for whether or not this is something Congress should even be doing from a federalism standpoint. I understand that,” Roy said. “Understand that this bill fixes a problem where the federal government was the barrier to states’ being able to ensure that only citizens v**e.”

Roy also noted that Arizona verifies the citizenship of v**ers in state and local e******ns, but not for federal e******ns, because of existing federal law.

Cleta Mitchell, a senior legal fellow with the Conservative Partnership Institute, emceed the press conference over Zoom. Mitchell referred to recent support for the SAVE Act from entrepreneur Elon Musk, who posted on his social media platform, X, that opponents of the legislation are “t*****rs.”
The House is poised to v**e Wednesday to ensure th... (show quote)


Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?

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Jul 10, 2024 09:32:13   #
liberalhunter Loc: Your mom's house
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
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2....who cares? then they don't v**e for being stupid.



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Jul 10, 2024 14:27:16   #
WEBCO
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biome... (show quote)


Wow, they might have to try to get to v**e...what a tragedy.

How many illegal v**es would be stopped?

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Jul 10, 2024 15:47:23   #
Peaver Bogart Loc: Montana
 
Kevvy boy should use his passport to leave our country and never return!

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Jul 10, 2024 19:38:30   #
DAV
 
Darling Mary wrote:
The House is poised to v**e Wednesday to ensure that only U.S. citizens may v**e in federal e******ns, despite a veto threat from President Joe Biden.

Although it’s already illegal for noncitizens to v**e in federal e******ns, “there is no mechanism to ensure that only those registering or v****g are actually citizens,” House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., said Tuesday in a press conference held on Zoom.

The Safeguard American V**er Eligibility Act, or SAVE Act, would amend the 1993 National V***r R**********n Act, known as the “motor v**er law,” to require that states obtain documentary proof of citizenship from someone before he or she may r******r to v**e. The legislation also would require states to remove noncitizens from the v**er rolls.

“We know President Biden has welcomed millions and millions of i******s, including sophisticated criminal syndicates and spies, [to] our borders,” Johnson said. “A growing number of localities are blurring the lines between citizens and noncitizens by allowing them currently to v**e in local and municipal e******ns.”

Johnson noted that Virginia last year removed 1,500 registrants from the v**er rolls who were noncitizens, and 22% had cast b****ts. The states of Massachusetts and Ohio removed noncitizens from v**er rolls in recent years. Georgia found that 1,600 noncitizens attempted to v**e.

“Many of our e******ns are decided by very slim margins, very slim margins,” Johnson said on the call with reporters. “Only American citizens should decide American e******ns.”

The White House announced Monday that Biden “strongly opposes” the House legislation.

“This bill would do nothing to safeguard our e******ns, but it would make it much harder for all eligible Americans to r******r to v**e and increase the risk that eligible v**ers are purged from v**er rolls,” the White House statement says. “The evidence is clear that the current laws to prevent noncitizen v****g are working as intended—it is extraordinarily rare for noncitizens to break the law by v****g in federal e******ns.”

The House measure is sponsored by Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, who stressed that the bill won’t prevent any legal v**ers from casting a v**e.

“They want to try to k**l it because they don’t believe in it,” Roy said of Democrat opponents. “They don’t believe in American sovereignty. They don’t believe in securing the e******ns and ensuring that only citizens v**e.”

The Texas Republican also sought to address any concerns that his fellow conservatives may have.

“We will be criticized by some, even on the right, for whether or not this is something Congress should even be doing from a federalism standpoint. I understand that,” Roy said. “Understand that this bill fixes a problem where the federal government was the barrier to states’ being able to ensure that only citizens v**e.”

Roy also noted that Arizona verifies the citizenship of v**ers in state and local e******ns, but not for federal e******ns, because of existing federal law.

Cleta Mitchell, a senior legal fellow with the Conservative Partnership Institute, emceed the press conference over Zoom. Mitchell referred to recent support for the SAVE Act from entrepreneur Elon Musk, who posted on his social media platform, X, that opponents of the legislation are “t*****rs.”
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Who wants non-citizens to v**e ?.....the Lie-beral Demonocrats do.

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Jul 10, 2024 20:29:46   #
Darling Mary
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biome... (show quote)


Crybaby cry!!!

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Jul 11, 2024 06:59:05   #
wilpharm
 
Peaver Bogart wrote:
Kevvy boy should use his passport to leave our country and never return!


who says his passport is even American?...he is probably here from Venzeula

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Jul 11, 2024 12:41:25   #
Justice101
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biome... (show quote)


Proof of citizenship would fall on those who don't have a v****g record. Those who don't speak English would be affected most certainly.

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Jul 11, 2024 20:00:22   #
America 1 Loc: South Miami
 
Darling Mary wrote:
The House is poised to v**e Wednesday to ensure that only U.S. citizens may v**e in federal e******ns, despite a veto threat from President Joe Biden.

Although it’s already illegal for noncitizens to v**e in federal e******ns, “there is no mechanism to ensure that only those registering or v****g are actually citizens,” House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., said Tuesday in a press conference held on Zoom.

The Safeguard American V**er Eligibility Act, or SAVE Act, would amend the 1993 National V***r R**********n Act, known as the “motor v**er law,” to require that states obtain documentary proof of citizenship from someone before he or she may r******r to v**e. The legislation also would require states to remove noncitizens from the v**er rolls.

“We know President Biden has welcomed millions and millions of i******s, including sophisticated criminal syndicates and spies, [to] our borders,” Johnson said. “A growing number of localities are blurring the lines between citizens and noncitizens by allowing them currently to v**e in local and municipal e******ns.”

Johnson noted that Virginia last year removed 1,500 registrants from the v**er rolls who were noncitizens, and 22% had cast b****ts. The states of Massachusetts and Ohio removed noncitizens from v**er rolls in recent years. Georgia found that 1,600 noncitizens attempted to v**e.

“Many of our e******ns are decided by very slim margins, very slim margins,” Johnson said on the call with reporters. “Only American citizens should decide American e******ns.”

The White House announced Monday that Biden “strongly opposes” the House legislation.

“This bill would do nothing to safeguard our e******ns, but it would make it much harder for all eligible Americans to r******r to v**e and increase the risk that eligible v**ers are purged from v**er rolls,” the White House statement says. “The evidence is clear that the current laws to prevent noncitizen v****g are working as intended—it is extraordinarily rare for noncitizens to break the law by v****g in federal e******ns.”

The House measure is sponsored by Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, who stressed that the bill won’t prevent any legal v**ers from casting a v**e.

“They want to try to k**l it because they don’t believe in it,” Roy said of Democrat opponents. “They don’t believe in American sovereignty. They don’t believe in securing the e******ns and ensuring that only citizens v**e.”

The Texas Republican also sought to address any concerns that his fellow conservatives may have.

“We will be criticized by some, even on the right, for whether or not this is something Congress should even be doing from a federalism standpoint. I understand that,” Roy said. “Understand that this bill fixes a problem where the federal government was the barrier to states’ being able to ensure that only citizens v**e.”

Roy also noted that Arizona verifies the citizenship of v**ers in state and local e******ns, but not for federal e******ns, because of existing federal law.

Cleta Mitchell, a senior legal fellow with the Conservative Partnership Institute, emceed the press conference over Zoom. Mitchell referred to recent support for the SAVE Act from entrepreneur Elon Musk, who posted on his social media platform, X, that opponents of the legislation are “t*****rs.”
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The scumbag Biden is so full of Sh*t, why else would he allow an open border?
Democrats forever, Something like LBJ.
"V****g Democrat for 200 Years" - How LBJ Made B***k A******ns Dependent on the Government
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE5s--e2L_s
"V****g Democrat for 200 Years" - How LBJ Made B***k A******ns Dependent on the Government

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Jul 11, 2024 20:53:21   #
AuntiE Loc: 45th Least Free State
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
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So, basically in your 20s you were inept. How very unsurprising.

98% of all jurisdictions have help lines to provide information on such a mundane matter.

As usual, you equate your ineptitude as a trait among the majority of others.

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Jul 11, 2024 23:19:27   #
America 1 Loc: South Miami
 
AuntiE wrote:
So, basically in your 20s you were inept. How very unsurprising.

98% of all jurisdictions have helplines to provide information on such a mundane matter.

As usual, you equate your ineptitude as a trait among the majority of others.


Inept, gives him an A plus.
Which extends to this day.

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Jul 12, 2024 07:18:23   #
wilpharm
 
AuntiE wrote:
So, basically in your 20s you were inept. How very unsurprising.

98% of all jurisdictions have help lines to provide information on such a mundane matter.

As usual, you equate your ineptitude as a trait among the majority of others.


he talks like an 11 year old

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Jul 12, 2024 10:51:51   #
Darling Mary
 
Kevyn wrote:
Do republicans really want mandatory federal biometric identification? How does one prove citizenship? When I got my first passport in my early 20s I didn’t have my birth certificate and the passport agency wouldn’t accept a drivers license. The hospital I was born in had been torn down. At least I knew what hospital it was and was able to get a certified copy of a birth certificate from the county health department. Had my mother been dead then I would have had a difficult time figuring out how to get the proper paperwork. How many Americans who are clearly citizens and have been v****g for years would be stripped of this right and forced to jump through needless hoops if this law passed?
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Get on the bandwagon are get the f*** out of this Constitutional Republic!!!!

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Jul 12, 2024 22:33:09   #
America 1 Loc: South Miami
 
Darling Mary wrote:
Get on the bandwagon are get the f*** out of this Constitutional Republic!!!!


He enjoys riding the bullsh*t wagon and is not about to stop.
It's in his blood an ahole forever.

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