Mexico Is the Main Election Problem, Not Russia

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Yes, we certainly DO have a problem with the security of our elections, the cornerstone of our democracy. We have a huge problem. And part of that problem is our US officials are dropping the ball by looking in the wrong direction, and addressing a relatively minor problem (Russia), while flat out ignoring the major problem, Mexico, and the capability of millions of votes to actually be made, illegally without eligibility, from a foreign country.

The media is also Russia mesmorized, while paying no attention to the monster in our midst. I just watched a PBS show, Washington Week, with 5 liberals all discussing the Russia issue, and our election integrity. Not once was the word Mexico mentioned.

The fact is, our US election system primary problem is that of foreign, ineligible voting. Rather than being secured against this, it is left wide open to fraudulent abuse. That's because there is no screening for US citizenship. Not one US state has a requirement that voters show proof of citizenship, and therefore eligibility to vote. This is contemporary with a time when the US is occupied by millions of foreigners, most of them from Mexico.

36 states do not even require ANY ID, and all those that do, do so only to prevent voters from voting more than once. What an incredible lack of care we show, to something so important. In days of old when knights were bold, castles were erected to secure the tribe from attacks by other tribes of different cultures, looking to pillage, These massive structures were hundreds of feet tall, and built of stone, by hand, before the invention of motorized construction equipment. They took decades to be built, yet, the inhabitants felt that this huge effort was necessary to defend themselves from outside intruders.

Everything about these castles says SELF-DEFENSE. Their stone construction, their tall walls with tiny windows, their ramparts, moats, and drawbridges. People all over Europe poured tremendous labor and resources to defend themselves. In contrast, all we today have to do is enact laws, together with a secure system of verifications, and we leave it undone. The result is a massive opening for millions of foreigners to vote here, and change the way we do things.

This threat is real from a variety of countries, but none more so than Mexico. Mexico has developed its emigration to the US to a fine art. In addition to having remittances$$ from Mexicans living in the US becoming Mexico's # 1 source of income (as ex-Mexican president Vicente Fox bragged about a few years ago), and having us pay their poverty bill for them, Mexico can even shape our politics. This is the case, with millions of their people living in the US, and nothing to stop them from voting in our elections, while media and US politicians scurry around talking about Russia, as Democrats seem to have so cleverly deflected the issue.

In a news conference, US Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, just said >> "We're doing everything we can to have a legitimate election, that the American people can have trust in." With all due respect Dan, that is a FALSE statement. Until we have established nationwide, a strict requirement for eligible voting (ie citizenship proof), we will continue to not be doing everything we can, and will have a huge hole on our election integrity defenses.

https://www.registercitizen.com/news/media/DNI-Dan-Coats-We-re-Doing-Everything-We-Can-To-1309979.php
 
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Yes, we certainly DO have a problem with the security of our elections, the cornerstone of our democracy. We have a huge problem. And part of that problem is our US officials are dropping the ball by looking in the wrong direction, and addressing a relatively minor problem (Russia), while flat out ignoring the major problem, Mexico, and the capability of millions of votes to actually be made, illegally without eligibility, from a foreign country.

The media is also Russia mesmorized, while paying no attention to the monster in our midst. I just watched a PBS show, Washington Week, with 5 liberals all discussing the Russia issue, and our election integrity. Not once was the word Mexico mentioned.

The fact is, our US election system primary problem is that of foreign, ineligible voting. Rather than being secured against this, it is left wide open to fraudulent abuse. That's because there is no screening for US citizenship. Not one US state has a requirement that voters show proof of citizenship, and therefore eligibility to vote. This is contemporary with a time when the US is occupied by millions of foreigners, most of them from Mexico.

36 states do not even require ANY ID, and all those that do, do so only to prevent voters from voting more than once. What an incredible lack of care we show, to something so important. In days of old when knights were bold, castles were erected to secure the tribe from attacks by other tribes of different cultures, looking to pillage, These massive structures were hundreds of feet tall, and built of stone, by hand, before the invention of motorized construction equipment. They took decades to be built, yet, the inhabitants felt that this huge effort was necessary to defend themselves from outside intruders.

Everything about these castles says SELF-DEFENSE. Their stone construction, their tall walls with tiny windows, their ramparts, moats, and drawbridges. People all over Europe poured tremendous labor and resources to defend themselves. In contrast, all we today have to do is enact laws, together with a secure system of verifications, and we leave it undone. The result is a massive opening for millions of foreigners to vote here, and change the way we do things.

This threat is real from a variety of countries, but none more so than Mexico. Mexico has developed its emigration to the US to a fine art. In addition to having remittances$$ from Mexicans living in the US becoming Mexico's # 1 source of income (as ex-Mexican president Vicente Fox bragged about a few years ago), and having us pay their poverty bill for them, Mexico can even shape our politics. This is the case, with millions of their people living in the US, and nothing to stop them from voting in our elections, while media and US politicians scurry around talking about Russia, as Democrats seem to have so cleverly deflected the issue.

In a news conference, US Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, just said >> "We're doing everything we can to have a legitimate election, that the American people can have trust in." With all due respect Dan, that is a FALSE statement. Until we have established nationwide, a strict requirement for eligible voting (ie citizenship proof), we will continue to not be doing everything we can, and will have a huge hole on our election integrity defenses.

https://www.registercitizen.com/news/media/DNI-Dan-Coats-We-re-Doing-Everything-We-Can-To-1309979.php
The democrats will oppose all efforts to strengthen voter integrity. They understand that fraud vote goes in their favor.
 
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The democrats will oppose all efforts to strengthen voter integrity. They understand that fraud vote goes in their favor.
True, but they no longer control the congress, the presidency, or the SCOTUS.
 

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Yes, we certainly DO have a problem with the security of our elections, the cornerstone of our democracy. We have a huge problem. And part of that problem is our US officials are dropping the ball by looking in the wrong direction, and addressing a relatively minor problem (Russia), while flat out ignoring the major problem, Mexico, and the capability of millions of votes to actually be made, illegally without eligibility, from a foreign country.

The media is also Russia mesmorized, while paying no attention to the monster in our midst. I just watched a PBS show, Washington Week, with 5 liberals all discussing the Russia issue, and our election integrity. Not once was the word Mexico mentioned.

The fact is, our US election system primary problem is that of foreign, ineligible voting. Rather than being secured against this, it is left wide open to fraudulent abuse. That's because there is no screening for US citizenship. Not one US state has a requirement that voters show proof of citizenship, and therefore eligibility to vote. This is contemporary with a time when the US is occupied by millions of foreigners, most of them from Mexico.

36 states do not even require ANY ID, and all those that do, do so only to prevent voters from voting more than once. What an incredible lack of care we show, to something so important. In days of old when knights were bold, castles were erected to secure the tribe from attacks by other tribes of different cultures, looking to pillage, These massive structures were hundreds of feet tall, and built of stone, by hand, before the invention of motorized construction equipment. They took decades to be built, yet, the inhabitants felt that this huge effort was necessary to defend themselves from outside intruders.

Everything about these castles says SELF-DEFENSE. Their stone construction, their tall walls with tiny windows, their ramparts, moats, and drawbridges. People all over Europe poured tremendous labor and resources to defend themselves. In contrast, all we today have to do is enact laws, together with a secure system of verifications, and we leave it undone. The result is a massive opening for millions of foreigners to vote here, and change the way we do things.

This threat is real from a variety of countries, but none more so than Mexico. Mexico has developed its emigration to the US to a fine art. In addition to having remittances$$ from Mexicans living in the US becoming Mexico's # 1 source of income (as ex-Mexican president Vicente Fox bragged about a few years ago), and having us pay their poverty bill for them, Mexico can even shape our politics. This is the case, with millions of their people living in the US, and nothing to stop them from voting in our elections, while media and US politicians scurry around talking about Russia, as Democrats seem to have so cleverly deflected the issue.

In a news conference, US Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, just said >> "We're doing everything we can to have a legitimate election, that the American people can have trust in." With all due respect Dan, that is a FALSE statement. Until we have established nationwide, a strict requirement for eligible voting (ie citizenship proof), we will continue to not be doing everything we can, and will have a huge hole on our election integrity defenses.

https://www.registercitizen.com/news/media/DNI-Dan-Coats-We-re-Doing-Everything-We-Can-To-1309979.php
Patently untrue from start to finish.
 
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Yes, we certainly DO have a problem with the security of our elections, the cornerstone of our democracy. We have a huge problem. And part of that problem is our US officials are dropping the ball by looking in the wrong direction, and addressing a relatively minor problem (Russia), while flat out ignoring the major problem, Mexico, and the capability of millions of votes to actually be made, illegally without eligibility, from a foreign country.

The media is also Russia mesmorized, while paying no attention to the monster in our midst. I just watched a PBS show, Washington Week, with 5 liberals all discussing the Russia issue, and our election integrity. Not once was the word Mexico mentioned.

The fact is, our US election system primary problem is that of foreign, ineligible voting. Rather than being secured against this, it is left wide open to fraudulent abuse. That's because there is no screening for US citizenship. Not one US state has a requirement that voters show proof of citizenship, and therefore eligibility to vote. This is contemporary with a time when the US is occupied by millions of foreigners, most of them from Mexico.

36 states do not even require ANY ID, and all those that do, do so only to prevent voters from voting more than once. What an incredible lack of care we show, to something so important. In days of old when knights were bold, castles were erected to secure the tribe from attacks by other tribes of different cultures, looking to pillage, These massive structures were hundreds of feet tall, and built of stone, by hand, before the invention of motorized construction equipment. They took decades to be built, yet, the inhabitants felt that this huge effort was necessary to defend themselves from outside intruders.

Everything about these castles says SELF-DEFENSE. Their stone construction, their tall walls with tiny windows, their ramparts, moats, and drawbridges. People all over Europe poured tremendous labor and resources to defend themselves. In contrast, all we today have to do is enact laws, together with a secure system of verifications, and we leave it undone. The result is a massive opening for millions of foreigners to vote here, and change the way we do things.

This threat is real from a variety of countries, but none more so than Mexico. Mexico has developed its emigration to the US to a fine art. In addition to having remittances$$ from Mexicans living in the US becoming Mexico's # 1 source of income (as ex-Mexican president Vicente Fox bragged about a few years ago), and having us pay their poverty bill for them, Mexico can even shape our politics. This is the case, with millions of their people living in the US, and nothing to stop them from voting in our elections, while media and US politicians scurry around talking about Russia, as Democrats seem to have so cleverly deflected the issue.

In a news conference, US Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, just said >> "We're doing everything we can to have a legitimate election, that the American people can have trust in." With all due respect Dan, that is a FALSE statement. Until we have established nationwide, a strict requirement for eligible voting (ie citizenship proof), we will continue to not be doing everything we can, and will have a huge hole on our election integrity defenses.

https://www.registercitizen.com/news/media/DNI-Dan-Coats-We-re-Doing-Everything-We-Can-To-1309979.php
None of that makes any sense.