During his rally in Tampa, Florida, where the President campaigned for his friend Ron DeSantis who is running to become the GOP candidate for governor in Florida in the August 28th primary. President Trump called Democrats “lousy politicians” who “embrace horrible policies”. He also accused them of working to give illegal aliens the right to vote in America. During his speech to the racuous crowd, President Trump called for voter ID, warning that Democrats are trying to give illegal aliens the right to vote in our elections.
“In some states, Democrats are even trying to give illegal immigrants the right to vote,” the president said. “We believe that only American citizens should vote in American elections, which is why the time has come for voter ID.”
He asserted, “if you go out and want to buy groceries, you need ID.”
In San Francisco, illegal immigrants are now eligible to register and vote in school board elections. Officials in Boston also are considering allowing non-citizens to vote.
Fox News contributor, Britt McHenry implored President Trump to address the issue of illegal aliens voting in America, citing her homestate of Florida as an example of how the Democrat Party is working behind the scenes to give felons the right to vote as well as pushing for illegal aliens to vote in American elections:
Florida is considering legislation proposed by Democrats to allow former convicted felons to vote. That’s 10 percent of adults. Yes, my home state IS pushing for illegal aliens & felons to sway results for Dems. Speak against it @realDonaldTrump! #TrumpTampa
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) August 1, 2018
The president also was stumping for two-term Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who is campaigning to defeat Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson.
The president blasted Mr. Nelson as someone who voted against tax cuts and “puts criminal aliens before American citizens.”
“I live a lot of time in Florida,” said Mr. Trump, who owns a resort in Palm Beach. “The only time I see Bill Nelson is five months before every election. You see him at parties. We have to make sure Rick Scott wins, and wins big.”
Now, he said, “I know the wonderful people and I know the scum.”
He said if Hillary Clinton had been elected president, “our country would be going to hell.” – Washington Examiner
Representative Ron DeSantis has been having a lot of fun with his support for President Trump and made some big waves with liberal critics when he ran this viral video on TV: