The left is sneaky and they like to nudge, nudge, nudge their way to get what they want. Voting by non-citizens is another one 0f those sneaky nudges that you know won’t end with just voting in municipal races. Remember that the end justifies the means with this crowd so they really don’t care how they get there…they just want votes, votes, votes.
This is similar to the nudge we got when it was illegal aliens and then illegal immigrants and then undocumented immigrants and then undocumented Americans and now it’s DREAMers…See what they did there? NUDGING is what they do and it’s dangerous! We now have illegal aliens who have more rights than we do and are bullying us into open borders OR ELSE…
The nudge on voting is when the left claims the non-citizen is only voting for trash day or dog catcher…not to worry, right? Well, what they don’t tell you is that the local elections are very important because you’re electing mayor and city council too. That’s a big deal! The next nudge will come when the cities ask why the non-citizens can’t just go ahead and vote in federal or state elections. Why not? Can you picture the protests now?
This is the slippery slope we’ve been talking about for over a year. Several cities have already voted to allow non-citizens to vote in their municipal races but now we have the big city of Boston
“MAKE CITY ELECTIONS MORE INCLUSIVE”
The Boston Globe reports that City Council is holding a hearing on Tuesday to explore ways to “make city elections more inclusive” by “allowing immigrants with legal status in the country the right to vote in municipal races.”
In 2017, there were roughly 6,300 DACA recipients in Boston. If the city council allows the changes, they could be included in those who are granted voting rights — along with legal permanent residents and visa holders.
The changes would allow non-citizens to vote in local races such as mayor and city council, but they would still be unable to vote in federal or state elections.
According to Council President Andrea Campbell, who called for the hearing, Boston has 190,000 non-citizen residents, which represents 28 percent of the city population.
Hyde Park City Councilor Tim McCarthy has promised to push back against the effort.
“Voting is a U.S. citizen’s privilege, it’s the ultimate privilege,” McCarthy told the Boston Herald. “And I for one will continue to fight that it remains that way. … Voting for noncitizens is a step too far.”