Texas Democrats Are Attempting to Register Aliens to Vote

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In yet another mind-boggling display of crazy desperation, Texas Democrats have been caught in the act of asking non-citizens to register to vote, sending out applications to them, with the box for citizenship already checked “Yes”.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation alerted district attorneys and the federal Justice Department to the pre-checked applications, and also included a signed affidavit from a man who said some of his relatives, who aren’t citizens, received the mailing.
The applications were pre-addressed to elections officials, which is likely what left many voters to believe they were receiving an official communication from the state.

But the return address was from the State Democratic Executive Committee, and listed an address in Austin that matches the state Democratic Party’s headquarters. The letter is emblazoned with “Urgent! Your voter registration deadline is October 9.” It continues: “Your voter registration application is inside. Complete, sign and return it today!”

On the application, boxes affirming the applicant is both 18 and a U.S. citizen are already checked with an “X” in the Yes field. A person answering phones at the state party declined to connect The Washington Times with any officials there, insisting that a reporter email questions. That email went unanswered.

Sam Taylor, spokesman for Texas’s secretary of state, said they heard from people whose relatives were receiving mail despite having passed away 10 years ago or longer. One woman said her child, who’d been dead 19 years, got a mailing asking to register.

He said some of the non-citizens who called wondered whether there had been some change that made them now legally able to vote despite not being citizens.

Texas Democrats ask noncitizens to register to vote
 
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One thing to be very wary of is that the political races in Texas are highly competitive and charged especially this year with pro and con favorites therefore it is not out of the realm of possibility for an entity or an opposing party to mail out such letters listing the Texas Democratic Party or the State Democratic Executive Committee purposefully in the return address. But one has to stop to think. If those two entities were really wanting to mail out such stuff would they list their own return address knowing that there could be violations or repercussions somewhere down the line and that it could readily get back to them? I think not. That is why I fail to believe that it was Democrats mailing out those applications. In a penchant to get Democrats in trouble due to the tight race between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz anything is possible and no doubt they will get to the bottom of this matter. Another thing is that it is very easy to say that the application boxes were pre-marked with an "X" even though they may not have been. A person may well be able to mark it after received who may not necessarily be voting for the Democratic candidates.
 
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One thing to be very wary of is that the political races in Texas are highly competitive and charged especially this year with pro and con favorites therefore it is not out of the realm of possibility for an entity or an opposing party to mail out such letters listing the Texas Democratic Party or the State Democratic Executive Committee purposefully in the return address. But one has to stop to think. If those two entities were really wanting to mail out such stuff would they list their own return address knowing that there could be violations or repercussions somewhere down the line and that it could readily get back to them? I think not. That is why I fail to believe that it was Democrats mailing out those applications. In a penchant to get Democrats in trouble due to the tight race between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz anything is possible and no doubt they will get to the bottom of this matter. Another thing is that it is very easy to say that the application boxes were pre-marked with an "X" even though they may not have been. A person may well be able to mark it after received who may not necessarily be voting for the Democratic candidates.
The Texas race is not "competitive".

Ted Cruz will win in a landslide despite what the fake news MSM is telling everyone abroad.

And, yes the Democrats here are trying to register illegals to vote and the Governor has already called for an investigation.
 
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One thing to be very wary of is that the political races in Texas are highly competitive and charged especially this year with pro and con favorites therefore it is not out of the realm of possibility for an entity or an opposing party to mail out such letters listing the Texas Democratic Party or the State Democratic Executive Committee purposefully in the return address. But one has to stop to think. If those two entities were really wanting to mail out such stuff would they list their own return address knowing that there could be violations or repercussions somewhere down the line and that it could readily get back to them? I think not. That is why I fail to believe that it was Democrats mailing out those applications. In a penchant to get Democrats in trouble due to the tight race between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz anything is possible and no doubt they will get to the bottom of this matter. Another thing is that it is very easy to say that the application boxes were pre-marked with an "X" even though they may not have been. A person may well be able to mark it after received who may not necessarily be voting for the Democratic candidates.
My first thought, given the source, that it could be democrats sent out a general mail to anybody, and some just happen to be immigrants, as opposed to purposefully targeting immigrants. And in reading the article, you can' spot its complete bullshit story. So these were sent out with over 18 and legal citizen checked, umm, maybe because tha'ts what is required to vote? Jesus christ the right is pathetic.

Non-citizens can't vote, so its more dishonesty from the right while their side actually tries to cheat elections by purging people from the registry, sending out false information, along with the many reports of questionable voting machines changing votes. It's more typical right wing bullshit
 
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My first thought, given the source, that it could be democrats sent out a general mail to anybody, and some just happen to be immigrants, as opposed to purposefully targeting immigrants. And in reading the article, you can' spot its complete bullshit story. So these were sent out with over 18 and legal citizen checked, umm, maybe because tha'ts what is required to vote? Jesus christ the right is pathetic.

Non-citizens can't vote, so its more dishonesty from the right while their side actually tries to cheat elections by purging people from the registry, sending out false information, along with the many reports of questionable voting machines changing votes. It's more typical right wing bullshit
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My first thought, given the source, that it could be democrats sent out a general mail to anybody, and some just happen to be immigrants, as opposed to purposefully targeting immigrants. And in reading the article, you can' spot its complete bullshit story. So these were sent out with over 18 and legal citizen checked, umm, maybe because tha'ts what is required to vote? Jesus christ the right is pathetic.

Non-citizens can't vote, so its more dishonesty from the right while their side actually tries to cheat elections by purging people from the registry, sending out false information, along with the many reports of questionable voting machines changing votes. It's more typical right wing bullshit
And what, pray tell, is there to stop millions of them from voting ? Your posts here ?

Look at foolish words still trying to make a case that has gone down the tubes years ago.
 
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The Public Interest Legal Foundation ??

This guy?
J. Christian Adams claims there's an "alien invasion" at the voting booth.

Adams, a member of President Donald Trump's election integrity commission, is dedicating his life to cleaning up registration rolls around the country and trying to prevent non-citizens from casting ballots. To do so, he's spent years suing counties to force them to purge their rolls and he's published personal information online about thousands of registered voters he believes could have committed fraud. (Note - said commision has now been disbanded because they found NOT PROOF that illegals vote) Adams has turned allegations of sweeping, illegal voting into a career marked by frequent litigation and a bombastic media presence — calling critics who say that there’s no widespread proof of voter fraud "flat-earthers."

Election officials say Adams is a one-man wrecking ball, claiming fraud where there is no evidence of it, while voters whose information he has published online take exception to being accused of felonies. "I was pissed," said Edmund Cochran, 35, of Fairfax County, Virginia, who had been tagged as a noncitizen voter (he was born in New Jersey) and found that his information was made public, including his full Social Security number.



Adams turned his focus to his home state of Virginia in 2016. The group he runs, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), released a two-part report titled "Alien Invasion" that fingered 5,556 voters as non-citizens, because their voter registration had at one point been cancelled over citizenship concerns."Of these illegal registrants, 1,852 cast nearly 7,500 ballots in elections dating back to 1988," according to the May 2017 report. But Virginia's election commissioner — and the voters themselves — dispute the findings.

Vote fraud crusader J. Christian Adams sparks outrage


Appears the OP never even bothers to do a 10 second google search on "his" sources

Maybe that's why they turn out to be bogus time and time again?
 
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The Public Interest Legal Foundation ??

This guy?
J. Christian Adams claims there's an "alien invasion" at the voting booth.

Adams, a member of President Donald Trump's election integrity commission, is dedicating his life to cleaning up registration rolls around the country and trying to prevent non-citizens from casting ballots. To do so, he's spent years suing counties to force them to purge their rolls and he's published personal information online about thousands of registered voters he believes could have committed fraud. (Note - said commision has now been disbanded because they found NOT PROOF that illegals vote) Adams has turned allegations of sweeping, illegal voting into a career marked by frequent litigation and a bombastic media presence — calling critics who say that there’s no widespread proof of voter fraud "flat-earthers."

Election officials say Adams is a one-man wrecking ball, claiming fraud where there is no evidence of it, while voters whose information he has published online take exception to being accused of felonies. "I was pissed," said Edmund Cochran, 35, of Fairfax County, Virginia, who had been tagged as a noncitizen voter (he was born in New Jersey) and found that his information was made public, including his full Social Security number.



Adams turned his focus to his home state of Virginia in 2016. The group he runs, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), released a two-part report titled "Alien Invasion" that fingered 5,556 voters as non-citizens, because their voter registration had at one point been cancelled over citizenship concerns."Of these illegal registrants, 1,852 cast nearly 7,500 ballots in elections dating back to 1988," according to the May 2017 report. But Virginia's election commissioner — and the voters themselves — dispute the findings.

Vote fraud crusader J. Christian Adams sparks outrage


Appears the OP never even bothers to do a 10 second google search on "his" sources

Maybe that's why they turn out to be bogus time and time again?
Troll.
 

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