Written by Dennis Michael Lynch
Two weeks ago we published a story about a report that revealed the IRS continues to fail to tell over one million Americans that their social security numbers have been stolen and are currently used by illegal aliens.
There are two very distinctive issues that stem down from the troubling report. One is, “What the heck is wrong with the IRS?” And the second is, “What sort of person uses a stolen social security number with no concern for the person it belongs to?” For the sake of this article, lets focus on the second question.
The illegal alien who commits this sort of crime is a person who will do just about anything in order to get ahead. He or she is a criminal — a robber — a thief — an identity rapist — who has absolutely no regard whatsoever for the negative impact such a violation has on the victim.
That said, I assure you that many of the millions of illegal aliens who are in the U.S. today, including those who use a stolen social security number, will take advantage of the court ruling handed down on Friday that allows people to vote WITHOUT showing proof of citizenship in three states.
The ruling means illegals can walk into a voting hall and vote illegally. It is that simple.
Please do not question whether illegal aliens will take advantage of this new opportunity. It should’t be hard for you to imagine a person willing to use a stolen social security number pulling a lever for Hillary. Fact is, illegal aliens and the people who hire them are scared Trump will win this election. So, if voting illegally is the last stand they can take, of course they will give it a try. And make no mistake, they will get the assistance they need to do it. Open borders advocates and the employers who hire these criminals will do what they need to do to see Hillary win the White House.
What has happened to America?
I am simply baffled how and why a federal appeals court on Friday blocked Kansas, Georgia and Alabama from requiring residents to prove they are U.S. citizens when registering to vote using a national form. The 2-1 ruling is a victory for voting rights groups who said a U.S. election official illegally changed proof-of-citizenship requirements on the federal registration form at the behest of the three states.
According to NBC NEWS, the ruling was sent down by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. They issued a two-page, unsigned ruling just a day after hearing oral arguments. A federal judge in July had refused to block the requirement while the case is considered on the merits.
The League of Women Voters and civil rights groups argued that the requirement to show proof of citizenship could lead to the “mass disenfranchisement” of thousands of potential voters — many of them poor, African-American and living in rural areas. Are they serious? If the so-called “poor people” are capable of filling out the forms required to collect unemployment and or EBT services, surely they can fill out the form to obtain documentation stating they are in the U.S. legally (assuming they don’t have the documents already).
In short, the amount of fraud this ruling creates is astronomical, and it paints “blue” over three states that would otherwise be “red.”
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