Newt: Dems Looking to Win by Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

Newt: Dems Looking to Win by Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says the Democrats latest election strategy includes allowing non-citizens to vote.


His comments came in a column for Fox News.


He noted the strategy is already taking shape in California.


“In San Francisco, immigrants who are in the country illegally are now eligible to register and vote in school board elections,” he said. “Of course, this is clearly illegal under the California Constitution.


“However, the pro-illegal immigration, sanctuary state-supporting Democratic majority in the state Legislature has no interest in enforcing the law when it’s being ignored by fellow Democrats.


“After all, the long-range plans Democrats have for a ruling majority depend on continuous law-breaking to get enough non-Americans to vote. The Californians who don’t support the radical views of Democrats can simply be eclipsed by non-citizen voters supporting the Democrats.”


He pointed out that columnist Cal Thomas has noted this is the beginning of a much larger election strategy by the Democrats.


Gingrich quoted a recent column by Thomas. “Thomas writes: ‘Who doubts this is the first step by the left and Democrats toward full voting rights in state and eventually in federal elections?


“The claim by lawyers will be that it is discriminatory to allow undocumented immigrants to vote in local and state elections and not for members of Congress and for president. At bottom this is what the entire immigration debate is about.”


“Thomas concludes: “For Democrats, it’s a perfect cover for their ultimate goal: importing votes.”


Gingrich called for Congress to get involved.


“A sound immediate step would be for Congress to pass a law reaffirming that you must be an American citizen to vote in all American elections,” he said. “Let’s see how many Democrats would oppose this simple requirement.”



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