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Illegals, Non-Citizens Voting in American Elections

United States: Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) is raising serious concerns about non-citizens voting in American elections. During an appearance on Breitbart News Daily, he addressed this pressing issue and emphasized the need for the Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE) Act to maintain the integrity of the US electoral system.

Roy highlighted the alarming evidence of non-citizens voting, whether they are legally in the country or not. He then argued that there was actual research that indicated that there could be loads of illegal voting, which contributed to the Al Franken of Minnesota election. The exact year, but in Virginia, for instance, there were 1,500 voters who were purged from the clients list as they were not legally allowed to vote. This problem isn’t localized to one region – cities such as Oakland, San Francisco, Washington DC, and New York have wanted non-citizens registered for state and local elections, leaving the door open for non-citizens to vote in federal elections as well.

Roy criticized federal laws that limit states’ abilities to verify citizenship, forcing places like Arizona to manage two separate election systems. He described this situation as a significant challenge to the fair and legal election process that American voters expect.

According to Roy, the Motor Voter Act of the 1990s has exacerbated the issue by making it difficult for states to ensure only citizens are voting. Federal forms ask individuals to declare their citizenship, but there’s no strong enforcement or verification, making the system vulnerable to fraud.

The SAVE Act, Roy’s proposed solution, would require proof of citizenship for voter registration. He acknowledged the unique challenges faced by states like North Dakota, which doesn’t have voter registration, but insisted that the bill is flexible enough to accommodate different state needs while focusing on protecting American citizens’ votes.

Roy emphasized that this issue transcends party lines, framing it as a matter of national security and democratic integrity. He mentioned a recent vote in Washington, DC, where 52 Democrats supported ending the registration of non-citizens for elections, showing broad support for addressing this issue. However, he also pointed out that many Democrats oppose measures to ensure that congressional seats and allocations are based on citizenship.

In his concluding remarks, Roy criticized the Biden administration for allowing millions of non-citizens into the country, which he believes worsens the problem. He called for urgent action to protect American voters and the democratic process from being compromised by those who shouldn’t participate.

Roy stressed that this is more than just a policy debate; it’s a fight for the very core of American democracy. He urged immediate action to safeguard the right to vote before it is further undermined by non-citizens and the policies that enable them.

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