America’s biggest loser, of course, is 2018 Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate in Texas, Beto O’Rourke, who is allegedly being groomed by Democrats as their candidate for President in 2020.
In 2018, O’Rourke raised $80 million in mostly out-of-state contributions from Act Blue, a leftist fundraising site that got its start with Soros funding. The popular Republican Senator Ted Cruz raised $45 million. Even though O’Rourke raised almost double the amount, his GOP opponent, the conservative thorn-in-the-side of radical leftists like George Soros and Barack Obama, Ted Cruz won back his Senate seat in the hotly contested midterm election.
In addition to massive amounts of out-of-state funding, O’Rourke received from the Soros funded Act Blue, the state of Texas also saw many illegal aliens who were caught violating our voting laws in 2018.
- A Salvadoran national who entered the U.S. illegally was indicted on multiple counts of voter fraud. Prosecutors say Mario Obdulio Orellana registered to vote as a U.S. citizen and voted in the November 2016 election.
- A non-citizen was indicted for marking a ballot without a voter’s consent. Marcela Gutierrez allegedly led a voter to believe she was demonstrating how to use a voting machine while actually casting votes for a slate of candidates she was paid to support.
Following last year’s prosecution of Mexican national Rosa Ortega, who illegally voted in Texas for over 10 years, the latest cases expose what the state Attorney General’s Office calls a “lack of safeguards in the system to detect ineligible voters, like non-citizens.”
America’s second-biggest loser is 2018 Democrat candidate for governor in GA, Stacey Abrams, who is also allegedly being groomed for a run at a US Senate seat in 2020.
Both candidates relied heavily upon funding from George Soros to win their elections, and both candidates received wall-to-wall, positive coverage from the mainstream media, the Democrat Party’s number one ally.
Radical Democrat, Stacey Abrams’ candidacy for governor in Georgia was tied to Democracy Alliance, a secretive donor club co-founded by liberal billionaire George Soros. According to the Washington Free Beacon, she appeared at the group’s spring gathering in Atlanta in 2018.
“It’s 2022 and we are celebrating policy victories across the nation: Medicare for All and Free College, and next on the agenda is Reparations,” the invitation reads. “Take a ride in our time machine to hear from the true political geniuses who made this happen,” it says.
We all know the rest of the story. In spite of the best efforts by the left, including, Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, anti-Semite Linda Sarsour, and the violent, hate group, New Black Panthers, (who were caught on video, as they marched through the streets in Atlanta, GA, openly carrying Ak-47’s, “encouraging” people to vote for Abrams)—she still lost the election. Even after it was clear that she had lost the election to GOP Governor Brian Kemp, Abrams refused to concede
Now, the Washington Free Beacon is reporting that during an interview on PBS, Democrat Stacey Abrams appears to be opening the door to allowing illegal aliens to vote in the state of Georgia. During her interview, Abrams tells PBS host Margaret Hoover, that she’d be open to non-citizens and minors voting in municipal elections.
Margaret Hoover, the host of PBS’s “Firing Line,” asked Abrams about progressive cities such as San Francisco where non-citizens can vote in local elections. Abrams said “there’s a big difference between municipal and state and federal” elections, and the larger democratic norms in the U.S. aren’t damaged by non-citizens voting on local matters.
“I’m not arguing for it or against it, but I will say having been deputy city attorney, the granularity of what cities decide is so specific as to, I think, allow people to be participants in the process without it somehow undermining our larger democratic ethic that says that you should be a citizen to be a part of the conversation,” Abrams said.
Hoover pressed Abrams on whether she supports the idea, and she said she “wouldn’t oppose it.”
During her 2018 campaign for governor of Georgia, Abrams told supporters there would be a “blue wave” of Democratic victories fueled by many people, including “those who are documented and undocumented.” At the time, the Washington Free Beacon contacted her campaign for comment and did not hear back.
On “Firing Line,” Abrams went on to say 16-year-olds should be able to vote in some cases, a prospect about which she seemed more excited.
“I actually think there are some cases where 16-year-olds should be allowed to cast their vote,” she said. “I think school board elections where kids actually got to speak to…the decisions made by the school board members, the effect it has on their education. I think there’s a legitimate argument for having that conversation. I haven’t decided where I stand on it, but I think that’s a conversation we need to have.”
We all know the reason Democrats and their allies in the media are rallying behind the idea of giving adolescents a vote. First, they’re being brainwashed in school to abandon free thought, and have been shamed into adopting a Socialist ideology. Secondly, their teachers have used “days off from school” as a way to encourage them to protest for gun control. They’ve also shamed them into believing if they don’t defend gun control, they’re really saying they want their friends to die.
CNN pushed for reducing the voting age to 16, using the passionate gun-control kids as an example of why the rules should be changed. In their propaganda piece, CNN called them the “real adults in the room,” because they are “speaking out” for meaningful gun control laws. Hmmm…that makes them the “real adults in the room”?
From CNN – The real adults in the room are the youth from Parkland, Florida, who are speaking out about the need for meaningful gun control laws. They are proving that civic engagement among young people can make a difference. The ironic part? They can’t even vote yet.
Several municipalities in the United States allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local elections.Takoma Park, Maryland, was the first city to lower the voting age, thanks mostly to the advocacy efforts of youth themselves who convinced the city council that they should have a voice in local governance. Other cities in Maryland, like Hyattsville and Greenbelt, have followed suit. Larger cities are also debating the measure: In 2016, Berkeley, California, voters agreed to lower the voting age to 16 for school board elections, while a ballot proposition in San Francisco to lower the voting age for all city elections narrowly lost. Advocates are likely to try again in San Francisco in 2020.