‘Don’t be fooled’: Dem’s reported plan to turn migrants into voters is already written in ‘the fine print’

With a record number of illegal immigrants flooding the US, theories abound that Democrats are plotting to secure a permanent voting majority by allowing migrants to vote in local elections.

Former lieutenant governor of New York Betsy McCaughey wrote an op-ed for Fox News that details the purported plan by leftists to ensure they stay in power via a crafted demographic intentionally implanted across the country.

“If you think offering migrants luxury hotel rooms, free meals, laundry service, transportation, health care, and immigration lawyers is excessive, just wait until they can vote. Democrats are pushing to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections in New York City, Boston, and other municipalities, as well as statewide in Connecticut,” McCaughey charged in her piece.

“The number of migrants pouring across the southern border hit a record high, according to data released Saturday. Illegal immigrant crossings soared 21 percent over the previous month. On a yearly basis, the figure hit 2.48 million,” she pointed out.

The former New York politico is asserting that despite Democrats pretending to be shocked over illegal immigrants being bused to their cities, declaring gloom and doom at every turn, they are secretly pleased that the influx of potential Democratic voters is being put in place.

“Democrats may feign shock and distress. Don’t be fooled. Dems see these newcomers as their guarantee of a permanent voting majority in local elections. Not years from now, after the newcomers become citizens. Right now,” McCaughey stated.

“New York Mayor Eric Adams’ rhetoric is typical. He warns that the overwhelming number of migrants arriving — currently 16,000 to 17,000 a month — ‘will destroy New York City,’ but he’s also leading the legal effort to turn migrants into voters. Adams and other New York Democrats pushed President Joe Biden to expedite work authorizations for them. They said it’s about making migrants self-sufficient. Maybe, but Dems have another powerful motive,” she added.

While Biden has attempted to speed up work authorizations for Venezuelan illegal immigrants, contending it is to make them self-sufficient, McCaughey claims there is a more sinister agenda afoot.

“If you read the fine print of New York City’s ‘Our City, Our Vote’ law, enacted in December 2021, it says that anyone with a work authorization who has been in the city for a mere 30 days can vote, even if they entered the country illegally,” she continued.

“Biden’s recent action fast-tracking work authorizations for Venezuelan border crossers, who make up about 41 percent of recent arrivals in New York City, will make tens of thousands of them eligible to vote under New York City’s new law, as soon as they obtain their working papers,” she wrote in her op-ed. “That is if New York City’s voting law is allowed to go into effect. A big ‘if.’ The law is tied up in court.”

Republicans are standing in the gap blocking that law from taking effect so far. Staten Island Borough President Vito Fossella sued over the move, asserting that New York’s constitution ensures the right to vote to “every citizen.”

Fossella’s argument gained traction and a judge agreed with the premise, striking the law down. Adams’ legal team is now appealing the ruling to a higher court, arguing that “the state constitution does not specifically prohibit noncitizens from voting.”

“Adams has a shot at winning. Vermont’s top court ruled in favor of allowing noncitizens to vote in municipal elections, even though the Vermont constitution restricts voting in state elections to U.S. citizens. California and Maryland also already permit municipalities to enfranchise noncitizens,” McCaughey pointed out.

“The Boston City Council is debating allowing newcomers to vote, including migrants who recently came across the border illegally and have temporary protected status,” she elaborated.

In DC, Democrats have already shoved through a law that allows noncitizens, including foreign embassy employees, to vote. The only requirement is that they have resided in the city for 30 days.

“In Connecticut, Democrats want to amend the state’s constitution to allow noncitizens to vote in state and local elections. Amending the state’s charter is a multiyear complicated process, and it’s facing stiff opposition from the Republican minority in the legislature. House Minority Leader Rep. Vincent Candelora calls noncitizen voting ‘outrageous,'” the author said. “For New York City, ‘suicidal’ is more accurate.”

Even if noncitizens in New York don’t vote as a block, they will allegedly still wield great political leverage.

“Letting noncitizens vote will dilute the political power of all other New Yorkers, who are the real victims of Biden’s open borders,” McCaughey declared.

“Tell Adams to withdraw his legal appeal and stop pushing for noncitizen voting. Voting is a privilege reserved for citizens. Once immigrants follow the law, become naturalized, and swear loyalty to this nation and its Constitution, they should be entitled to vote. Not before,” she concluded in her piece.


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