Out of the Shadows… and Into the Voting Booth?

Mexicans illegally crossing the U..S border (Photo by David Turnley/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)

by Michelle Malkin

My teenage son is a law-abiding American citizen. To obtain his driver’s permit this year, he brought his birth certificate, Social Security card, passport and verification that he completed an approved driver’s school course. It took a half-dozen trips back and forth between various government agencies to clear all the paperwork hurdles.

Every American citizen who has navigated such bureaucratic hurdles at a local Department of Motor Vehicles should be outraged at the open borders spectacles in New Jersey and New York this week. With the impeachment charade absorbing all the national media’s oxygen, however, you probably didn’t see more than a 10-second blip of these alarming developments on TV. Newsflash: America first nationalism is not winning. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Out of the Shadows… and Into the Voting Booth?

  1. Joe Z says:

    If things go bad for conservative candidates in 2020 it will be for three reasons. Voter fraud, voter fraud and voter fraud. I’m still wondering what DeSantis is doing in Florida to PREVENT voter fraud in 2020 and why people who blatantly committed voter fraud in 2018 are not being indicted.

  2. Michael says:

    We The “LAZY” People have been voting in Marxists for the last 60 years. Where did you think it would end?

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