Well, this is pretty upsetting news, so make sure you're sitting down when you read this nonsense.
Hundreds (possibly even thousands) of non-citizens are registered to vote in the Lone Star State and many have even taken advantage of that access by voting, according to a new report by WFAA in Dallas.
State Sen. Don Huffines (R-Dallas) said, "We now know for sure that non-citizens are voting. The question is how many and how big of an issue it is."
Great question! Isn't it your job to answer that question?
A conservative grassroots organization called Direct Action Texas first broke the news at a conference in Farmer’s Branch last week.
If you're looking for someone to blame, look no further than the bureaucrats.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the state is currently trying to improve the voter database and figure out how many non-citizens currently have access to voting booths.
Paxton said, “We think it’s very likely we’ve had non-citizens cast ballots. We had that in Tarrant County. We prosecuted somebody who had done that and they ended up in prison for eight years.”
Paxton has been highly proactive on this issue in the past - let's hope he stays that way.
And the Dallas area isn't alone - the Public Interest Legal Foundation is also currently involved in a lawsuit involving non-citizens voting in Harris County and Houston.
Funny how the Democrats don't seem to think voter fraud exists when there's piles of evidence suggesting otherwise.
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