Being facetious – – – somewhat – – – the legions of infamous dead voters, in Chicago, have helped Chicago’s Democratic machine remain in power for nearly a century. Chicagoans and Colorado residents may be satisfied but I’m tired of corruption, inept officials, their loopholes and their “CYA spin”.
As you may have heard, the recent shooter in the Washington state mall in Burlington, voted in the last three elections.
Duly noted as well, the shooter, Arcan Cetin, is not a U.S. citizen and therefore has no legal right to vote in the state of Washington . . . yet it’s reported . . . he did. (Evidently there are some actual “investigative reporters” alive and well . . . somewhere).
Claiming privacy issues and blaming the legislature, Washington state’s Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, won’t verify Cetin voted and points out that voters in our state are on the “honor system” when registering. Illegals, by definition, do not obey our laws. What on earth would make a reasonable person think an “honor system” for non-citizens would work?
Wyman explained, “We don’t have a provision in state law that allows the Secretary of State’s office, to verify someone’s citizenship.”
Since WA state law requires one to be a U.S. citizenship in order to vote, why would they need a special “provision”?
Is this “sanctuary voting” … like sanctuary cities … or what?
Are drivers too, on this same honor system? NO. If they say they have a license, is that good enough? No, the officer confirms that the license, is valid.
So let’s return to basics. When they go to register to vote, and check the box that says they are a citizen, turn to the records. No evidence … no registration. Period. Pretty simple.
Identifying voters and their citizenship is critical. Not doing so, is a gateway to corruption. Or, should terrorists be allowed to vote once they’re here?
If Washington’s Secretary of State is unwilling to verify citizenship, fire her!
And how’s it going in your state?