San Fran Using Fear Of Trump Win To Give Illegals Voting Rights, Dems Try To Ban The Term ‘ILLEGAL ALIEN’
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Webster’s Dictionary defines the word as “not according to or authorized by law” and lists synonyms, such as “criminal,” “unlawful,” and “lawless,” but the city of San Francisco doesn’t seem to be overly concerned with the niceties of the law anymore as it moves a step closer to giving voting rights to illegal immigrants.
It would seem an oxymoron to give that most precious of all American rights to someone whose very first act in this country was in violation of the law, but the “City by Bay” is no stranger to radical ideology – from the perennial hotbed of extremist thought on the Berkeley campus and the days of Haight-Asbury to the armies of homeless openly urinate and even defecate on the sidewalk.
The sanctuary city so dedicated to its policy of not cooperating with federal immigration authorities that it released an illegal alien – a seven-time convicted felon who had been deported five times – only to have him kill Kate Steinle as she walked with her father on the pier of one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the Embarcadero.
Now, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is proposing an amendment to the city charter that would allow illegal aliens to vote in local school board elections if they have a child 18-years of age or younger attending a public school in that district.
Similar amendments failed in 2004 and 2010, but Supervisor Eric Mar, who introduced the amendment, says he hopes to capitalize on Donald Trump’s “rhetoric and policy proposals” in galvanizing the Latino vote.
“With Donald Trump’s racist and anti-immigrant sentiments… I think that’s going to ensure there is strong Latino turnout as well as other immigrant turnout.”
The California Assembly member who authored the 2004 effort, David Chiu, is calling on city residents to “come together and stand up against Trump.”
Apparently, the simple truth that these new voters already expressed their disdain and disrespect for America from the very first moment they stepped foot in the country escapes these San Franciscans.