America is a warm and friendly place. The people are welcoming. And in Nebraska Democrats like to welcome refugees into their state with baskets stuffed with voter registration cards.
So many things wrong with this picture, and Conservative Review has the details:
A donation drive organized by the NDP collected some 50 gift baskets for refugees. Each contained items like diapers and kitchen utensils, a welcome letter from the Nebraska Democratic Party signed by its chairwoman Jane Kleeb, and a voter registration form, according to a video posted to Facebook by the Nebraska Democratic Party.
This video exposes the operation by the Nebraska Democratic Chair:
VIDEO: We have these welcome baskets that we’ve been making and, um, so, I’m just gonna show you all the work that Democrats have done over the last month and a half. When President Trump, when he put in his racist travel ban, we put out a call to action to Democrats across the state, saying help us create welcome baskets to refugees and immigrants families who are making Nebraska their home. … We made sure that we had individuals write a little note to the families and inside each basket there is also a letter from the Democratic party welcoming the family to Nebraska. It’s signed by me as chair of the party. And we include a sticker in there for them to put on their car and also include a voter registration form. …
And since Nebraska has “welcomed” more refugees than any state, on a per capita basis, there are sure to be lots and lots of new illegal voters very soon, just in time for the 2018 elections.
There is just one sweet twist to the Democrats’ little tom-foolery. Their welcome baskets could lead to felony charges.
According to Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale (R), anyone” who purposely states a falsehood under oath, lawfully administered or in a statement made under penalty of election falsification ‘including a statement required for verifying or filing a voter registration application’, among other things, would be subject to a Class IV felony/ This would include a false statement that the person is a citizen of the United States. ( NE Rev 32-1502 ).”
“At the same time, under NE Rev 32-1503, subsection 11, any person who would aid, counsel, procure or advise any person to do any act forbidden by this section or to omit to do any act by law directed to be done shall be guilty of a Class IV felony,” he told CR in a statement.
Stay tuned. This should be good, under a Trump administration that wants to crack down on refugees, voter fraud and illegal activity.