Democrats Refuse To Answer Whether Illegal Immigrants Should Vote

At Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Hearing, the left provided further evidence that it plans on using the millions of illegal immigrants they have allowed to freely stay in the U.S. as a way to secure future voters.

When Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) asked the Democrat witnesses to answer several questions about non-citizens voting with a “yes” or “no,” shockingly none of them would admit that only American citizens should have a right to vote.

“We don’t have a position about non-citizens voting in federal elections, we believe that’s what the current laws are, and so we’re certainly fighting for everyone who is eligible under current law to vote,” Damon T. Hewitt, Executive Director of The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law said.

What was even more shocking was when Lee asked a follow-up question regarding registered voters being required to provide proof of their citizenship to vote, each leftist declined to agree that proof should be required.

It is clear what the left’s motives are. They know that by allowing illegal immigrants to vote they would be able to keep Biden in office, and possibly have a Democrat in office each election, creating a type of dictatorship. Since Democrats are so willing to give everything away for free, illegal immigrants would always vote for them.

The irony of it all is that OPB released an article on Wednesday claiming that the right’s warning about non-citizens voting is a myth. The piece acknowledged that some liberal cities allow illegal immigrants to vote in local elections, so it’s not that unbelievable that the same cities would allow them to vote in federal elections.

OPB claims that conservatives are using this so-called false narrative to instill fear into Americans regarding immigration to push their agenda.

“I think that’s what it’s meant to do — to freak people out over an issue. It’s a continuation of this myth of voter fraud,” said Gilda Daniels, a University of Baltimore election law professor. “It not only creates hysteria, but it [furthers] this idea that only certain people should be allowed to participate in the process.”

If this were a myth, the witnesses would have indicated in their answers that it’s against the law for illegal immigrants to vote and they would have held a strong position on that, instead of having such a vague answer.