Once the five million foreigners are given those valuable documents, there is no way to stop them from voting. Voting experts agree this is absolutely what will happen. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told the U.S. House Oversight Committee on Feb. 12, "It’s a guarantee it will happen." Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, testifying before the same committee, noted that the five million non-citizens would receive the "same documents that federal law requires the states to recognize as valid forms of identification for voter registration." And once an alien registers to vote, Kobach said, it is "virtually impossible" to remove him from the voter rolls. A third witness, Hans von Spakovsky, suggested that Social Security numbers issued to the five million illegal aliens should contain a code (such as "N" for non-citizen) that would instantly reveal their ineligibility to vote. But that simple fix would happen only if the Obama administration sincerely wants to keep them from voting, which I doubt.
The new Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, along with 25 other states filed a lawsuit against Barack Obama’s unconstitutional and illegal executive amnesty and a judge ruled in favor of the lawsuit. Attorney General Eric Holder promised to fight this lawsuit, so I’m not optimistic about the result.
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