New York City has made the completely wrong decision to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections.
Critics claim this is just the first step in allowing all illegal immigrants to vote in all elections, which Democrats deny, of course.
Now the Republican party is threatening to sue New York City over this, and that’s not a bad idea.
GOP Threatens to Sue NYC Over Decision to Let Noncitizens Vote
The Republican National Committee is raising the possibility of a court fight over New York City’s decision to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections.
The RNC tweeted on Friday: “New York City just decided to let 900k non-citizens vote in city elections. This is an unprecedented attack on election integrity, and we are reviewing our legal options to ensure it doesn’t stand.”
The tweet from the GOP came after the Democrat-controlled city council approved the measure on Thursday.
CNN reported that the legislation permits noncitizens who have been residents of the city for at least 30 days and are legal permanent residents in the U.S. to vote in city elections. The measure also clears the way for green card holders and people with workers permits to vote in city elections, including seats for mayor, public advocate, borough president, and city council.
Democrats need to know that there will be consequences for this.
New York City just decided to let 900k non-citizens vote in city elections.
This is an unprecedented attack on election integrity and we are reviewing our legal options to ensure it doesn’t stand.
— GOP (@GOP) December 10, 2021
This is madness. Non-citizens should not be allowed to vote in American elections. It’s that simple. https://t.co/vexGfMLLwj
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) December 9, 2021
The NYC Council just voted to allow 800k noncitizens to vote in local elections. One person, one vote is an American principle and right that belongs solely to US citizens. This is not legal and the courts need to shut this down ASAP!
— Lee Zeldin (@RepLeeZeldin) December 9, 2021
This all happening after the border has been left wide open for months. Is that a coincidence?