Voting Rights for Non-Citizens
It should come as no surprise that on top of the Democrats Christmas wish list sits voting rights for more than 800,000 non-citizens.
The far-left leaning New York City Council is set to vote within the next week on legislation that would allow non-citizens to register and vote in municipal elections. This news comes on the heals of Republican and Conservative success in the city that saw the Council Republican Conference double in size and successfully fought back Democratic power grab ballot propositions pushed hard by the left.
Democrats, sensing their socialist, anti-police, anti-public safety, tax heavy agenda is starting to annoy voters; they therefore are looking to do away with all election integrity. Furthermore, they are showing complete disregard to one of the most sacred fundamental rights of Americans citizens—the right to vote.
The Conservative Party will take every step necessary to see that votes are cast by legal New York residents only. This may very well include joining lawsuits with others interested in protecting our elections; make no mistake we fill fight every step of the way.
After all absentee votes were counted, the certified election results show the defeat of the three propositions by large majorities. So, what does the ultra-left Democrat controlled state legislature do? They introduce bills to overcome their defeat at the polls and will next plan to push failed ballot propositions voted down by the people of New York through legislation in which only legislators can vote.
These efforts by state Democrats are dirty, disingenuous and shows utter lack of respect for the will of the people who made their voices heard on November 2.
We should be worried about the steps the far-left New York State Democrats will take in order to force their agenda through. A bi-partisan majority voted down three ballot propositions and now a partisan legislature looks to undo the votes of Conservatives, Republicans, Democrats, and blanks alike.
Remember, these state legislators will have their names on the ballot again. It is imperative we don’t forget how quickly those who supposedly “represent” us discarded our vote the constitutional amendments and are working to undermine the democratic process all because they didn’t get their way.
Supreme Court Listened
It has been many years in the making, but our day in court has finally come and I am very hopeful that we will win an important battle—a victory for life.
As we wait on the Supreme Court to rule on a case challenging the constitutionality of Mississippi Gestational Age Act, a case that could have major implications for Roe V. Wade, including outright reversal.
A majority of the arguments focused on whether the court’s decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey should be overruled. These precedents are on the line and hold such importance because the court decided in both cases that any abortion ban prior to “viability,” (means when the unborn child can potentially live outside the womb,) is unconstitutional. The Mississippi ban draws the line well before viability, generally understood to be at around 24 weeks.
I eagerly wait for a ruling supporting our most vulnerable and protects the sanctity of life.