RNC Sues New York City Over Unconstitutional ‘Voting Rights’ Law
If there is one thing that Democrats are known for, it is stealing elections and making it easier to steal elections.
They tell everyone that they are wanting to make it so that everyone can vote in the elections, but the problem is that they’re literally wanting everyone to vote in America’s elections, even if they’re not Americans.
In what other country is this possible? What country can we go to and vote in their elections? None. But here in the United States, the left wants to make sure that you, your mom, your deceased relatives, the illegal immigrant, and their pets can vote in elections.
The two biggest offenders of this are California and New York. The Republican National Committee are now suing New York City after a recent decision by Mayor Eric Adams regarding voting in the NYC.
Adams decided not to block a bill that allows people who are not even citizens to vote in local elections in NYC.
“I believe that New Yorkers should have a say in their government, which is why I have and will continue to support this important legislation,” the mayor said in a statement, according to The New York Times. “I look forward to bringing millions more into the democratic process.”
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel issued a statement saying, “American elections should be decided by American citizens. If Democrats can subvert elections this flagrantly in America’s largest city, they can do it anywhere. The RNC is suing to protect the integrity of our elections, and we stand ready to do the same wherever Democrats try to attack the basic security of your ballot.”
I have an opinion about things like this…
When it is found that what elected officials are doing about something is illegal, they should’ve removed from office. They should know better. They have dozens and dozen of people on their staff who should know if they’re doing something wrong and if they are WILLINGLY and KNOWINGLY violating the law, then they should not be in a position of authority regarding the law.