Make states pay for il­le­gal vot­ing

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - MICHAEL A. PACER Paso Robles, Cal­i­for­nia

To their ev­er­last­ing shame, Cal­i­for­nia and other lib­eral states have re­fused to re­lease data on vot­ers to Pres­i­dent Trump’s voter fraud com­mis­sion. This is un­der­stand­able con­sid­er­ing that the num­ber of il­le­gal aliens vot­ing in our elec­tions was re­cently es­ti­mated at 5.7 mil­lion. Il­le­gal-alien voter fraud is un­doubt­edly the only way that Democrats can win with the coun­try so evenly di­vided. That’s why they pan­der to il­le­gals with wel­fare en­ti­tle­ments, sanc­tu­ary cities and open bor­ders.

They keep telling us that there are only 11 mil­lion il­le­gals in this coun­try. I am sure that num­ber is higher but even if it is cor­rect it’s more than enough to throw an elec­tion. In fact, I sug­gest that as long as il­le­gal aliens are legally al­lowed to vote in Cal­i­for­nia and other states’ elec­tions, those states should be ex­cluded from fed­eral elec­tions un­til their voter rolls are cleared.

Con­sid­er­ing the im­por­tance of the is­sues, I don’t think ex­clud­ing law-break­ing states from na­tional elec­tions is un­rea­son­able. Disen­fran­chis­ing Amer­i­can cit­i­zens while al­low­ing for­eign­ers to choose our lead­er­ship is a crime and should be treated as such.

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