Gov. Brown’s Motor-Voter law “sanctions” state voter fraud, allowing illegal aliens to skew U.S. elections

Credit: Last Resistance

Life in America continues to get even sweeter for undocumented immigrants. If you’re from another country and don’t like the way things are run here, just enter the country illegally and vote to change it!

Now that’s the American way, at least according to California Governor Jerry Brown, who recently rubberstamped AB 1461 (the Motor-Voter law), which allows any person with a driver’s license to vote.

Since illegal immigrants are now granted driver’s licenses in California, they’ll soon be lining up at the polls ready to cast their illegal vote, that is, if the Secretary of State’s office fails to verify their eligibility.

Undocumented immigrants may also obtain driver’s licenses in the following states: Washington, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Vermont, Connecticut and Hawaii.

Despite not having any connection, legal status or documentation, illegal immigrants can vote and hold government office

If you sneak into California illegally, you might be lucky enough to skip the election process and be appointed to the city council, where you can make real change!

Isn’t that absurd? Not so, for Hunt Huntington Park, California. Last August, officials decided to take it upon themselves to appoint two illegal immigrants as city commissioners.

Now, illegal aliens are being given the right to vote without legal status.

State sanctioned voter fraud

Brown’s move is politically charged. As Breitbart points out, California Democrats have the most to gain from authorizing illegal aliens to vote. A survey by the Public Policy Institute “showed, among unregistered adults, 49% lean toward the Democratic Party and 22% toward the Republican Party.”

“Any bill permitting illegal immigrants to vote would cement the Democratic Party’s hold on California,” reports Breitbart.

“True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht stated, ‘This bill is terrible. It makes an already bad situation much, much worse,’ adding that California’s registration databases ‘lack the necessary safeguards to keep noncitizens off the voter rolls.’”

Linda Paine, President of Election Integrity Project of California, agrees, stating that AB 1461 “will effectively change the form of governance in California from a Republic whose elected officials are determined by United States citizens and will guarantee that noncitizens will participate in all California elections going forward.”

California’s Election Integrity Project, along with True the Vote, are demanding that Governor Brown veto the bill, “calling it a path to ‘state sanctioned’ voter fraud.’”

The New Motor-Voter Act works by automatically registering all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses with the state. Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown signed a similar bill in March.

Supporters argue that the law is crucial for increasing voter turnout, as only 42 percent of eligible California voters cast ballots in 2014.

“The New Motor Voter Act will make our democracy stronger by removing a key barrier to voting for millions of California citizens,” said the Secretary of State Alex Padilla.

“Citizens should not be required to opt in to their fundamental right to vote. We do not have to opt in to other rights, such as free speech or due process.”

Are Americans better off revoking their citizenship?

The key word here is “citizen.” Undocumented immigrants are not citizens, despite the fact that they are treated as such.

With all the rights and luxuries being afforded to those who break the law to enter the U.S., some Americans are wondering if they would be better off revoking their citizenship and re-entering the country illegally.

Then they can feel included every time a politician talks about immigrant rights and cheer every time Obama speaks the words “DREAM Act.” Because, at this point, who wouldn’t want to be a dreamer?

You wouldn’t have to worry about paying the consequences if you break the law, because undocumented immigrants are largely exempt from the law, finding solace from police in more than 300 sanctuary cities nationwide.

If you feel like speeding and you’re undocumented, go ahead and drive faster. The police and city governments have made it clear they have no interest in messing with illegal immigrants. It’s too messy; they’d rather target American taxpayers whom they can prosecute legally. After all, that’s where the money is.