In the Democratic leadership’s rush to pass HR1, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) added language to the bill condemning the idea of illegal immigrants voting in any elections.
The provision read, “allowing illegal immigrants the right to vote devalues the franchise and diminishes the voting power of United States citizens.”
Pretty straightforward, right?
Not for today’s Democratic Party.
Although it’s already against the law for illegal aliens to vote in federal elections, Republicans could not generate bipartisan consensus on an issue that even ten years ago would’ve been considered a no-brainer.
This time only six Democrats in the House joined Republicans. Just six months ago, 49 Democrats had joined the GOP.
Here they are. Many have portrayed themselves as moderates in the 2018 midterms, pragmatists who could provide a check to Washington, D.C.’s one-party rule.
The reality is they’re also held captivate by the far-Left. How else could you explain voting for against an idea supported by 71 percent of all voters?
Go through this entire list. Share it. Make sure voters reward these so-called moderate Democrats with an early retirement in 2020.