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Democrats Oppose SAVE Act, Which Requires V**ers to Prove Citizenship
Jul 10, 2024 16:29:56   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
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Democrats Oppose SAVE Act, Which Requires V**ers to Prove Citizenship
House Democrats and The White House claim the act will be an “extreme burden” on Americans.
by KATELYN LIVORSE
July 9, 2024, 5:59 PM



Opening remarks were delivered today at the House Rules Committee hearing on the SAVE Act bill. The bill would amend the National V***r R**********n Act by requiring people to present proof of citizenship when registering to v**e in federal e******ns.

The House of Representatives will v**e as soon as Wednesday on the Act. If it passes, the bill will go to the Senate, where it will face tough opposition in the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Background
As of this writing, no laws require applicants to provide proof of citizenship on federal v****g registration forms. The National V***r R**********n Act only requires applicants to check a box on the form indicating they are a U.S. citizen.

Last month, the New York Post discovered that welfare offices and other agencies, such as La Jornada, were providing migrants, including i*****l m*****ts, v***r r**********n forms without proof of citizenship.

On May 8, Rep. Chip Roy, R-TX-21, led 49 GOP Representatives in introducing the SAVE Act to combat non-citizen v***r r**********ns. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Senate’s companion bill.

The SAVE Act
The SAVE Act requires people registering to v**e to provide proof of citizenship. Forms of proof that will be accepted include a U.S. passport, photo ID issued with proof of citizenship, or a combination of documents such as a photo ID and birth certificate. The SAVE Act also provides states with access to federal databases and information to ensure citizenship for those lacking proper documentation.

States will be required to remove non-citizens from their official lists of v**ers and the Department of Homeland Security will be allowed to deport non-citizens who have illegally registered to v**e. E******n officials may also be sued if they wrongly register a v**er without the required documentation.

America’s View
The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, which works in part to ensure e******n integrity, interviewed migrants on their citizenship and v***r r**********n status. They found that a whopping 10 percent of i*****l a***ns were registered to v**e. A video showing part of the interviews can be viewed on X.

“We now have so many non-citizens in the country that if only one out of 100 of those v**ed, they would cast hundreds of thousands of v**es…It could obviously change the outcome of our e******ns, and this is not an empty threat or concern,” Speaker of the House Mike Johnson said in a public statement.

A January study by McLaughlin and Associates found that 85.5 percent of respondents believe only American citizens should be able to v**e in U.S. e******ns. The study also found that 83.4 percent believe that proof of citizenship should be required to v**e in American e******ns.

White House Response
The Biden administration is staunchly against the SAVE Act, claiming that it is “extraordinarily rare” for people without citizenship to r******r to v**e. (READ MORE: They’ll Try to Steal It. They Have To.)

In their statement yesterday, the administration claimed that because federal law already prohibits non-citizens from v****g and makes it a crime punishable with jail time and fines, there is no need for the SAVE Act.

“By that logic, we don’t need to worry about border security because i*****l i*********n is already unlawful. The same reasoning would likewise suggest that background checks are unnecessary because the law already prohibits felons from possessing firearms,” Speaker Johnson wrote on X in response.

The House minority whip, Katherine Clark, also stated that it would be an “extreme burden for countless Americans” to present documents similar to those required to renew a driver’s license at the DMV to r******r to v**e. She is also encouraging Democrats to v**e “No” on the bill.

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Jul 10, 2024 16:44:06   #
saltwind 78 Loc: Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
 
dtucker300 wrote:
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Democrats Oppose SAVE Act, Which Requires V**ers to Prove Citizenship
House Democrats and The White House claim the act will be an “extreme burden” on Americans.
by KATELYN LIVORSE
July 9, 2024, 5:59 PM



Opening remarks were delivered today at the House Rules Committee hearing on the SAVE Act bill. The bill would amend the National V***r R**********n Act by requiring people to present proof of citizenship when registering to v**e in federal e******ns.

The House of Representatives will v**e as soon as Wednesday on the Act. If it passes, the bill will go to the Senate, where it will face tough opposition in the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Background
As of this writing, no laws require applicants to provide proof of citizenship on federal v****g registration forms. The National V***r R**********n Act only requires applicants to check a box on the form indicating they are a U.S. citizen.

Last month, the New York Post discovered that welfare offices and other agencies, such as La Jornada, were providing migrants, including i*****l m*****ts, v***r r**********n forms without proof of citizenship.

On May 8, Rep. Chip Roy, R-TX-21, led 49 GOP Representatives in introducing the SAVE Act to combat non-citizen v***r r**********ns. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Senate’s companion bill.

The SAVE Act
The SAVE Act requires people registering to v**e to provide proof of citizenship. Forms of proof that will be accepted include a U.S. passport, photo ID issued with proof of citizenship, or a combination of documents such as a photo ID and birth certificate. The SAVE Act also provides states with access to federal databases and information to ensure citizenship for those lacking proper documentation.

States will be required to remove non-citizens from their official lists of v**ers and the Department of Homeland Security will be allowed to deport non-citizens who have illegally registered to v**e. E******n officials may also be sued if they wrongly register a v**er without the required documentation.

America’s View
The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, which works in part to ensure e******n integrity, interviewed migrants on their citizenship and v***r r**********n status. They found that a whopping 10 percent of i*****l a***ns were registered to v**e. A video showing part of the interviews can be viewed on X.

“We now have so many non-citizens in the country that if only one out of 100 of those v**ed, they would cast hundreds of thousands of v**es…It could obviously change the outcome of our e******ns, and this is not an empty threat or concern,” Speaker of the House Mike Johnson said in a public statement.

A January study by McLaughlin and Associates found that 85.5 percent of respondents believe only American citizens should be able to v**e in U.S. e******ns. The study also found that 83.4 percent believe that proof of citizenship should be required to v**e in American e******ns.

White House Response
The Biden administration is staunchly against the SAVE Act, claiming that it is “extraordinarily rare” for people without citizenship to r******r to v**e. (READ MORE: They’ll Try to Steal It. They Have To.)

In their statement yesterday, the administration claimed that because federal law already prohibits non-citizens from v****g and makes it a crime punishable with jail time and fines, there is no need for the SAVE Act.

“By that logic, we don’t need to worry about border security because i*****l i*********n is already unlawful. The same reasoning would likewise suggest that background checks are unnecessary because the law already prohibits felons from possessing firearms,” Speaker Johnson wrote on X in response.

The House minority whip, Katherine Clark, also stated that it would be an “extreme burden for countless Americans” to present documents similar to those required to renew a driver’s license at the DMV to r******r to v**e. She is also encouraging Democrats to v**e “No” on the bill.
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dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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Jul 10, 2024 16:52:14   #
American Vet
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dTrucker, According to every news source I have re... (show quote)


And another r****t l*****t who thinks minorities aren't smart enough to have a photo ID.

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Jul 10, 2024 17:09:45   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dTrucker, According to every news source I have re... (show quote)


Democraps broke it!
Mail-In B****ts


Is V***r F***d Real?
https://www.prageru.com/video/is-v**er-fraud-real

The Georgia Reform Law: Who Wants F**r E******ns?
https://www.prageru.com/video/the-georgia-reform-law-who-wants-fair-e******ns

How to Steal an E******n: Mail-In B****ts
https://www.prageru.com/video/how-to-steal-an-e******n-mail-in-b****ts

The Myth of V**er Suppression
https://www.prageru.com/video/the-myth-of-v**er-suppression

The Popular V**e vs. the E*******l College
https://www.prageru.com/video/the-popular-v**e-vs-the-e*******l-college

Do You Understand the E*******l College?
https://www.prageru.com/video/do-you-understand-the-e*******l-college

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Jul 10, 2024 17:47:42   #
Jim0001 Loc: originally from Tennessee, now Virginia, USA
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dTrucker, According to every news source I have re... (show quote)


YOU are a fool!

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Jul 10, 2024 21:06:43   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dTrucker, According to every news source I have re... (show quote)


You're up to date on v***r f***d about as much as you are on Biden's cognitive disorder such as Parkinson's because you listen to the mainstream media which doesn't report on these issues. We knew Biden was non-compos mentis in 2019. The rest of you are just now figuring it out because the entire Democrap Party and the colluding media weren't reporting it.

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Jul 11, 2024 02:16:42   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n. I have read about only one case in which a v**er cast an illegal v**e for his dead wife. I'm not even sure if that illegal v**e was cast for a Republican or Democratic candidate. The most effected v**ers of imposing IDs on v**ers is to make it more difficult for minority citizens to v**e, since they are the least likely to have a drivers license
, and the most likely to be Democrats. I guess what I'm saying is if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
dTrucker, According to every news source I have re... (show quote)



https://cis.org/Arthur/Barbara-Jordans-Prescription-Fixing-Immigration-and-Our-National-Despair
Barbara Jordan’s Prescription for Fixing Immigration — and Our National Despair
Wisdom from an 18-year-old op-ed that could have been written yesterday
By Andrew R. Arthur on May 8, 2024
The national media is full of pictures of a country pulling itself apart: campus protestors clashing with police; the addicted camped on street corners; and of course, migrants pouring over an insecure border. It’s little wonder Americans see a future full of dread and despair. Fortunately, one woman offered the country she loved a prescription for what ails it today — except she wrote that script more than 18 years ago, in a New York Times op-ed headlined “The Americanization Ideal”. It’s high time we took her counsel to heart.

Barbara Jordan. That column was penned by Barbara Jordan, civil-rights leader, former congresswoman (and first African-American woman elected to Congress from the South), and at the time chairwoman of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform — a position to which she had been appointed by President Bill Clinton.

If you’re unfamiliar with Jordan, I commend to you a profile of her written by my colleague Jerry Kammer that appeared in the Washington Times in January 2016. Kammer’s a Pulitzer Prize winner, and his sk**ls and respect for his subject put to shame any similar effort I could attempt.

That said, I will borrow (read: steal) from the intro to that profile:

Twenty years have passed since the death of Barbara Jordan. On Jan. 17, 1996, the former congresswoman and civil rights icon succumbed to complications of leukemia. She was 59 years old, a beloved national figure who for the previous two years had been chairwoman of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform.

Jordan’s death cut short that final public service. It represented the high-water mark of bipartisan efforts to stop i*****l i*********n and reduce legal immigration by asserting a vision of the national interest over the left-right coalition of ethnic, business, political and church groups that seek more immigration and less enforcement.

Charles De Gaulle famously said, “The graveyards are full of indispensable men”, but some men (and women) are indispensable. We can’t know whether our country would be in its current immigration fix had Jordan not succumbed on the precipice of completing her work, but I can guarantee that things would have been different, and likely a whole lot better.

The More Things Change ... Op-eds have word limits, and I assume the Times imposed one on Jordan in “The Americanization Ideal”. That meant that she had to pack a lot into the 567 ones she chose.

She began with five sentences that literally could have been written yesterday:

Congress is considering legislation to curb i*****l i*********n and set priorities for legal admissions. Several P**********l candidates have made immigration a keystone of their campaigns. Newspapers carry immigration-related articles almost daily, in contrast to just a few years ago when hardly any appeared.

This attention is not misplaced. Reform is needed in policies that permit the continued entry of hundreds of thousands of i*****l a***ns and blur distinctions between what is legal and beneficial and what is illegal and harmful.

“Legislation to curb i*****l i*********n”? Check. P**********l candidates focusing on immigration? Check and check. “Immigration-related articles almost daily”? That one doesn’t even need a citation. All the while, poll after poll reveals American v**ers are clamoring for reforms to “policies that permit the continued entry of hundreds of thousands of i*****l a***ns”.

As for “blurring distinctions between what is legal and beneficial and what is illegal and harmful”, such obfuscations are not only inadvertent impacts of the administration’s immigration policies, but the intent of White House schemes to release i*****l m*****ts while funneling tens of thousands of “inadmissible” aliens into the country each month, as I have explained in the past.

Jordan likely would not have approved, given that as she explained to Congress in 1995:

Credibility in immigration policy can be summed up in one sentence: those who should get in, get in; those who should be kept out, are kept out; and those who should not be here will be required to leave. ... The top priorities for detention and removal, of course, are criminal aliens. But for the system to be credible, people actually have to be deported at the end of the process.

If she were to voice such opinions today, she’d be branded an “extremist” (or worse). But the American people want a credible immigration system, and the majority are demanding the same exact sort of responses Jordan advised.

“A Commitment to Democratic Ideals and Constitutional Principles”. All that said, “The Americanization Ideal” was actually hopeful about immigration, verging at points on a love letter to the Republic: “The United States has united immigrants and their descendants around a commitment to democratic ideals and constitutional principles. People from an extraordinary range of ethnic and religious backgrounds have embraced these ideals.”

As passe as such quaint concepts as “people being kept out” and deportations are 18 years in retrospect, the same — regrettably — appears to be true of any “commitment to democratic ideals and constitutional principles” circa 2024.

What democratic ideals and constitutional principles do Americans still cling to? When “prosecutorial discretion” — a key tenet of our Anglo-American system of justice — can now be used to either turn a blind eye to scofflaws or attack our political enemies, it no longer has any meaning.

“One person, one v**e”? What does that mean when we fight constantly over when and where we’re allowed to v**e, and who gets to tabulate the results? Worse, in many precincts, citizenship is not even a prerequisite for v****g. Do the French ambassador and the Bulgarian head of the International Monetary Fund get to pick the D.C. city council, too?

How can we assimilate newcomers to our ideals and principles when our own children don’t learn what those vague concepts are, let alone what they entail?

Fifteen years ago, the then-president admitted, “I believe in American exceptionalism, just as I suspect that the Brits believe in British exceptionalism and the Greeks believe in Greek exceptionalism” — which suggests that exceptionalism is subjective and, to a degree, jingoistic.

His continued remarks did pay tribute to “the sacrifices of our troops, the enormous amount of resources that were put into Europe postwar, and our leadership in crafting an Alliance that ultimately led to the unification of Europe”, but few remember that part.

Which is likely why the deputy commissioner of the New York City Police Department had to issue a tweet like this one on May 7:

The WWI memorial was desecrated by Protesters . Let me be clear – this is unacceptable behavior that will not be tolerated.

I want to assure you that the NYPD, backed by our finest detectives, is actively investigating this heinous crime. We will leave no stone unturned until… pic.twitter.com/UPKQLsfRo5

— NYPD Deputy Commissioner, Operations Kaz Daughtry (@NYPDDaughtry) May 7, 2024

The Prescription. Fortunately, Jordan offered a remedy in her Times op-ed, in a paragraph that is frequently overlooked:

Immigration imposes mutual obligations. Those who choose to come here must embrace the common core of American civic culture. We must assist them in learning our common language: American English. We must renew civic education in the teaching of American history for all Americans. ... We must remind ourselves, as we illustrate for newcomers, what makes us America. [Emphasis added.]

Speaking of Pulitzers, perhaps we could start implementing this plan with the journalism folks at Columbia University’s Pulitzer Hall.

By the way, when I stated that this paragraph was “frequently overlooked”, I mean by me, who’s read this op-ed and cited it numerous times. Jordan’s point, however, is pellucid: Educating ourselves and our progeny about what makes the United States exceptional — and exceptionally blest — is a sine qua non for assimilating the “newcomers” who have joined us.

“Integration”, Not “Assimilation”. Instead of Pulitzer Hall, however, perhaps it’s better to start in the West Wing, or DHS headquarters, or wherever the president’s immigration and border policies are crafted: One of the first acts undertaken by the current administration was to bar certain words from the official parlance, and one of those words was “assimilation”, replaced instead by “integration”.

At the time, I analyzed the two (admittedly similar) terms and noted that whereas assimilation places obligations on the erstwhile newcomer to adjust, integration puts that burden on the preexisting group.

“Assimilation” remains the more apt term, as Jordan makes clear that while both have a duty to the other, the adjustment expected of the newcomer is greater because “embracing the common core of American civic culture” is a change of essence, whereas “reminding ourselves what makes us America” is a constant recommitment to that essence.

To call America “exceptional” isn’t the same as saying we’re better than everybody else and always will be. But we’ve been able to “unite immigrants and their descendants around a commitment to democratic ideals and constitutional principles”, and that’s no mean feat. Renewing that trend requires a commitment from newcomers — and from us — to recommit to what makes us America.

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Jul 11, 2024 03:09:40   #
Blade_Runner Loc: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
 
dtucker300 wrote:
https://spectator.org/democrats-oppose-save-act-which-requires-v**ers-to-prove-citizenship/?lh_aid=99820&lh_cid=bwvqqrbt1i&lh_em=dtucker300%40yahoo.com&di=cb796b0e3487f83ea6941a84f4bc950c

Democrats Oppose SAVE Act, Which Requires V**ers to Prove Citizenship
House Democrats and The White House claim the act will be an “extreme burden” on Americans.
by KATELYN LIVORSE
July 9, 2024, 5:59 PM



Opening remarks were delivered today at the House Rules Committee hearing on the SAVE Act bill. The bill would amend the National V***r R**********n Act by requiring people to present proof of citizenship when registering to v**e in federal e******ns.

The House of Representatives will v**e as soon as Wednesday on the Act. If it passes, the bill will go to the Senate, where it will face tough opposition in the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Background
As of this writing, no laws require applicants to provide proof of citizenship on federal v****g registration forms. The National V***r R**********n Act only requires applicants to check a box on the form indicating they are a U.S. citizen.

Last month, the New York Post discovered that welfare offices and other agencies, such as La Jornada, were providing migrants, including i*****l m*****ts, v***r r**********n forms without proof of citizenship.

On May 8, Rep. Chip Roy, R-TX-21, led 49 GOP Representatives in introducing the SAVE Act to combat non-citizen v***r r**********ns. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Senate’s companion bill.

The SAVE Act
The SAVE Act requires people registering to v**e to provide proof of citizenship. Forms of proof that will be accepted include a U.S. passport, photo ID issued with proof of citizenship, or a combination of documents such as a photo ID and birth certificate. The SAVE Act also provides states with access to federal databases and information to ensure citizenship for those lacking proper documentation.

States will be required to remove non-citizens from their official lists of v**ers and the Department of Homeland Security will be allowed to deport non-citizens who have illegally registered to v**e. E******n officials may also be sued if they wrongly register a v**er without the required documentation.

America’s View
The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, which works in part to ensure e******n integrity, interviewed migrants on their citizenship and v***r r**********n status. They found that a whopping 10 percent of i*****l a***ns were registered to v**e. A video showing part of the interviews can be viewed on X.

“We now have so many non-citizens in the country that if only one out of 100 of those v**ed, they would cast hundreds of thousands of v**es…It could obviously change the outcome of our e******ns, and this is not an empty threat or concern,” Speaker of the House Mike Johnson said in a public statement.

A January study by McLaughlin and Associates found that 85.5 percent of respondents believe only American citizens should be able to v**e in U.S. e******ns. The study also found that 83.4 percent believe that proof of citizenship should be required to v**e in American e******ns.

White House Response
The Biden administration is staunchly against the SAVE Act, claiming that it is “extraordinarily rare” for people without citizenship to r******r to v**e. (READ MORE: They’ll Try to Steal It. They Have To.)

In their statement yesterday, the administration claimed that because federal law already prohibits non-citizens from v****g and makes it a crime punishable with jail time and fines, there is no need for the SAVE Act.

“By that logic, we don’t need to worry about border security because i*****l i*********n is already unlawful. The same reasoning would likewise suggest that background checks are unnecessary because the law already prohibits felons from possessing firearms,” Speaker Johnson wrote on X in response.

The House minority whip, Katherine Clark, also stated that it would be an “extreme burden for countless Americans” to present documents similar to those required to renew a driver’s license at the DMV to r******r to v**e. She is also encouraging Democrats to v**e “No” on the bill.
https://spectator.org/democrats-oppose-save-act-wh... (show quote)
I watched these Republicans introduce the SAVE act and was thrilled to hear this. I believe this bill, or one like it, is also requiring states to purge their v***r r**********n records of all names that cannot be verified as an American citizen or who are known i******s.

As they tried to convince us the 2020 e******n was the most secure, fair and honest e******n in history,
I know that in the face of the SAVE Act, the l*****ts in govt and media are now trying to convince us that not one non-citizen v**ed in any e******n, but we know all this is absolute bulls**t.

V****g in our e******ns is exactly why the democrats want them here.
Loud and clear, the dems tell them, "Come on in, we'll give you some money, clothes, housing, food, a driver's license, send you to school, all ya gotta do to get the crumbs from our royal cake is v**e democrat."

The only value the dems see in these non-citizens is a v**e.
That's Karl Marx talking.

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Jul 12, 2024 00:55:57   #
America 1 Loc: South Miami
 
[quote=saltwind 78]dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n.

And you have no idea why Biden flooded our country with i******s?
It must have been to give legal citizens a majority.
Dream on.

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Jul 13, 2024 01:43:48   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
[quote=America 1]
saltwind 78 wrote:
dTrucker, According to every news source I have read or watched, There was no, or little illegal v****g in the last e******n.

And you have no idea why Biden flooded our country with i******s?
It must have been to give legal citizens a majority.
Dream on.


Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence!

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