As illegals have flooded our borders over the past few years, and more specifically the actual orchestration of bringing them here by the Obama administration, the potential to rig the 2014 elections are more vulnerable than ever. Now a new study reports that the non-citizen vote (which is illegal) may just work its way into determining close US Senate races in the midterm elections.
The study reveals that non-citizens have been casting votes alongside actual citizens in past elections, something that for many of us we have suspected, but this only confirms the truth of those suspicions.
Rachel Campos-Duffy of the LIBRE Initiative appeared on Fox and Friends to voice her concerns of illegals casting between 2-6% of the votes in the last two elections. She said of the tight senate races, “It’s not just individual states that are going to make a difference.”
“But sometimes these decisions have a national impact,” she said. “We saw that in 2008 in the Minnesota race with Al Franken and Norm Coleman. That ended up being the 60th vote that brought us Obamacare. So it has national implications. It’s very important.”
Campos-Duffy was then asked why illegal aliens would go vote and show ID. Wouldn’t they be fearful of being caught?
“Some people may be voting out of ignorance,” she said. “They’re saying that fourteen percent of non-citizens are registered. Who are these people who are registering people who are not citizens?”
She went on to cite that “Over 70% of Hispanics actually believe in Voter ID. Nobody better understands than Hispanics, who come from countries like Cuba and Venezuela and El Salvador, where there’s no integrity at the ballot box how important that is for our democracy and our freedoms.”
While it is true that there are a large number of legal Latinos, who work hard and contribute to America and that many have come from these other countries where the ballot box has been manipulated, Campos-Duffy is completely wrong to address this as “our democracy.” America is a Republic. In fact, our Constitution destroys the arguments of those who want to claim that we are a democracy. We are not. Article 4, Section 4 of the US Constitution states:
“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government.”
If that weren’t bad enough, former Homeland Security head and former Arizona governor Janet Napolitano came out in support of Barack Obama’s planned executive action on immigration following the election.
“If Congress refuses to act and perform its duties, then I think it’s appropriate for the executive to step in and use his authorities based on law … to take action in the immigration arena,” Napolitano said in an interview with The Washington Post.
Now consider what has been presented thus far. Two to six percent of the vote during the last two elections have come from non-citizens. We have their names. We have their addresses, but there is no enforcement of the law against these individuals nor are their votes deemed ineligible. Now, we are told by the Obama administration and his former DHS Secretary that we need to bow to his executive orders concerning those who are here illegally under the law as though they have the ability to do something within the parameter of the law rather than enforce it.
None of this is really surprising since we have a man in the Oval Office who is a usurper, which Homeland Security’s own E-Verify could not determine that he is even eligible to work in the US. Not only that, but he has been registered to vote in DC as Barry Soetoro, as well as Chicago as Barack Obama. When called out on it, the DC Board of Elections removed Barry Soetoro from their records without an explanation.
With a man in the place of power whose history is as questionable as Barack Hussein Obama’s, is it any wonder that he, and those in his Party, would support the lawless actions of illegals?
Does anyone else see a problem here? Does anyone really think this is incompetence? If you do, then in the words of the illustrious Bill Engvall, “Here’s your sign.”
By not enforcing immigration laws, the Obama administration has endangered the lives of American citizens by illegals with disease and violent criminals, some who have been convicted of crimes in the US and abroad. Furthermore, this administration has put in jeopardy our very Republic. The question remains, when will the American people have enough of the crimes against them by this administration?
Tim Brown is the Editor at Freedom Outpost.