Illegal Alien Election Map Correlation

Discussion in 'Chat' started by W5HRO, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. W5HRO

    W5HRO Administrator

    There was a map being published a few months ago that was a better representation of where the illegal alien population lives here in the US now compared to the one below. The one I saw was a bit more updated than this one from 2014, but I can no longer find it.

    US metro areas with the most illegal aliens in 2014

    Then the oveall 2016 presidential election map by county

    Do you see any similarities between the two maps? I wish I could find the other updated map because the correlation was even closer now. Houston Texas has a ton of aliens and so does a big part of Georgia now. They have a real problem in Georgia because some of the cites have been completely taken over by Mexicans.

    Many states are now giving these aliens drivers licenses and/or ID cards like here in California. These people cannot register to vote simply because they are not US citizens, but that does not matter. The reason it doesn’t matter is because the Registrar-of-Voters and the California Secretary of State flat out tell the volunteers that if someone walks into their polling place and has an ID and they want to vote, even if they are not on their list that they must be allowed to vote. You cannot take the risk of denying someone of their right to vote. The downside and fucked-up issue with that is aliens do not have the right to vote because they are not US citizens. That was written in stone and is clearly stated within the US Constitution.

    Anyway, this is the main reason certain states want to issue illegal aliens driver licenses and/or state ID cards. It’s so they can vote. It’s also the reason several states are currently refusing to hand over their list of registered voters to the Trump administration per the current ongoing investigation of voter fraud. If they were to add up the number of registered voters and compare that to the number of people who actually voted it’s not going to match. I bet that in every single case the number of people who actually voted is much larger than the number of people they have registered. That is the real reason why they don’t want to hand over the information.

    Here's the detail on those 2014 statistics, its even worse now in 2017
  2. W5HRO

    W5HRO Administrator

    Here's another bit of evidence of what is happening. There are a ton of illegal aliens down in Houston Texas for example and the more these socialist scumbags like this Mexican judge, Nelva Gonzales Ramos succeed the worse it’s going to get. Everyone needs to wake the fuck up and do something about it now. If they start gaining a foothold in the elections within this part of the country then we have a real problem. They need to appeal this shit A.S.A.P. Let’s hope that a couple of the supreme court judges die again soon or retire so Trump can replace them before its too late.

    Federal judge again throws out Texas voter ID law

    A federal judge Wednesday rejected Texas' revised voter identification requirements, handing another court defeat to the state's Republicans over voting rights.

    Texas has spent years fighting to preserve both the voter ID law -- which was among the strictest in the U.S. -- and voting maps that were both passed by GOP-controlled Legislature in 2011. Earlier this month, a separate federal court earlier found racial gerrymandering in Texas' congressional maps and ordered two of the state's 36 voting districts to be partially redrawn before the 2018 elections.

    On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos rejected a watered-down version of the voter ID law that was signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott earlier this year. The judge's new ruling came three years after she struck down the earlier version of the law.

    The new version of the law didn't expand the list of acceptable photo identifications -- meaning gun licenses remained sufficient proof to vote, but not college student IDs.

    But the changes would allow people who lack a required ID to cast a ballot if they signed an affidavit and brought paperwork that showed their name and address, such as a bank statement or utility bill. The new version was supported by the U.S. Justice Department, which once opposed the law but has reversed its position since President Donald Trump took office.

    Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton called the ruling "outrageous" and said an appeals court should void it.

    "The U.S. Department of Justice is satisfied that the amended voter ID law has no discriminatory purpose or effect. Safeguarding the integrity of elections in Texas is essential to preserving our democracy," Paxton said in a statement.

    But Gonazles Ramos said Texas didn't go far enough with its changes and said that criminal penalties Texas attached to lying on the affidavit could have a chilling effect on voters who, fearful of making an innocent mistake on the form, simply won't cast a ballot.

    Nor was she swayed by Texas clarifying under the revised law, known as Senate Bill 5, that both U.S. passport books and cards would be accepted. "This feature remains discriminatory because SB 5 perpetuates the selection of types of ID most likely to be possessed by Anglo voters and, disproportionately, not possessed by Hispanics and African-Americans," she wrote.

    "From discriminatory gerrymandering to discriminatory voter ID laws, it has become entirely clear that Texas Republicans are rigging our election system," said Gilberto Hinojosa, chairman of the Texas Democratic Party.
  3. W5HRO

    W5HRO Administrator