1500 Non-Citizens Registered to Vote in California, and that’s just the ones we know about |

1500 Non-Citizens Registered to Vote in California, and that’s just the ones we know about |

They are saying California is the land of “fruits and nuts,” and we can say they not solely have a felony authorities, however now have felony voters.  In accordance to an inner audit that was carried out of the California Division of Motor Automobiles launched Monday exhibits about 1,500 individuals might have been improperly registered to vote.

Ya assume?  Improperly?  Actually?  This can be a sanctuary state that points drivers licenses to unlawful aliens.  For these in Rio Linda, that’s criminals.  So, yeah, it’s comprehensible that unlawful aliens can be registered to vote once they get a drivers license as a result of that’s what Democrats in California have been aiming for all alongside, however what about those that are right here legally however are usually not residents?  They aren’t supposed to be voting both!

In fact, the DMV assures us the drawback has been corrected.

“Approximately 1,500 customers may have been registered to vote in error,” the DMV wrote in a letter Monday to the Secretary of State’s Workplace. “This error has been corrected and is separate from the processing error we notified you about in writing on September 5.”

Non-citizens are amongst the affected clients, in accordance to Jessica Gonzalez, a DMV spokeswoman.

The Sacramento Bee Reviews:

In early September, the DMV revealed it despatched 23,000 faulty voter registrations. These further 1,500 errors occurred when DMV technicians processed buyer requests at area workplaces to change voter eligibility responses on driver license purposes.

Some have been very upset by the discovery.

Secretary of State Alex Padilla blasted the DMV and Division of Know-how in a letter.

“I remain deeply frustrated and disappointed that persistent errors by the DMV and CDT have undermined public confidence in your basic responsibility to collect and transmit accurate voter registration information, as has been required by federal law for 25 years,” Padilla wrote.

“Nothing surprises me anymore coming out of the DMV,” stated Assemblyman Jim Patterson (R-Fresno). “This is probably the tip of the iceberg. I think we can expect more of these kind of registration problems.”

Patterson believes that the audit revealed the “unraveling of a cover-up.”

That is the Democrats plan in the state.  They need to sneak in as many dwelling, lifeless and unlawful alien votes as humanly potential with out getting caught.

When it comes to voting, solely residents are allowed to vote.  Publius Huldah has written extensively on the topic to assist us perceive the historic and constitutional basis for less than permitting residents to vote and solely permitting the states to decide qualifications and procedures for registering to vote.

PH writes:

In line with Rules of Republican Authorities, each State in this Union has restricted voting to Residents. 1 However on October 26, 2010 in Gonzales v. Arizona, a 3 decide panel on the US Circuit Courtroom of Appeals (ninth Cir.) construed the Nationwide Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) and asserted that Arizona has no proper to require candidates for voter registration to present proof of citizenship.  I wrote about it at the time HERE. On rehearing, the en banc Courtroom of Appeals agreed with the panel; and on June 17, 2013, in Arizona v. The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc., the Supreme Courtroom affirmed.

A couple of months thereafter, California handed a regulation which allows unlawful aliens to get drivers’ licenses; and throughout 2015, in step with the unconstitutional NVRA, handed “Motor Voter” offering that when one will get a drivers’ license, one is routinely registered to vote. 2

The federal authorities is unlawfully mandating that unlawful allowed to vote in our elections.

She went on to clarify the idea of citizenship, which the founders would have obtained from Emer de Vattel’s The Regulation of Nations, one thing that many are unaware of whereas they push for anchor infants and those that aren’t pure born residents to be president.  PH additionally pointed to the writings of James Madison and Alexander Hamilton in the Federalist Papers to help her conclusions.

PH writes on how the federal authorities has ignored the founders and the Structure when it comes to residents solely voting:

  1. The Federalist Papers present that voting is a privilege of Residents alone

The slaves in America have been “inhabitants”, not “citizens”.  They weren’t allowed to vote.  Federalist No. 54 (fifth para from backside) tells us:

“…The qualifications on which the right of suffrage depend are not…the same… [in the several States].  In some of the States the difference is very material.  In every State, a certain proportion of inhabitants are deprived of this right by the constitution of the State, who will be included in the census by which the federal Constitution apportions the representatives… the Southern States might… [insist]…that the slaves, as inhabitants, should have been admitted into the census according to their full number, in like manner with other inhabitants, who, by the policy of other States, are not admitted to all the rights of citizens…” [boldface added]6

In Federalist No. 60 (1st, 2nd and final paras), Hamilton speaks of the “fundamental privilege” of residents to vote, and that residents who’re acutely aware and tenacious of their rights would flock to the locations of election to overthrow tyrants.  In Federalist No. 61 (2nd para), Hamilton speaks of “the suffrages of the citizens”, and of voting as an “invaluable privilege”.

Over and over, The Federalist Papers present that voting is restricted to residents:

“In republics, persons elevated from the mass of the community, by the suffragees of their fellow-citizens, to stations of great pre-eminence and power…” (No. 22, sixth para from backside) [boldface added]

“If we consider the situation of the men on whom the freesuffrages of their fellow-citizens may confer the representative trust, we shall find it involving every security which can be devised or desired for their fidelity to their constituents (No. 57, 7th para) *** “… that each representative of the United States will be elected by five or six thousand citizens…”  (No. 57, seventh para from backside) [boldface added]

“There is a peculiarity in the federal Constitution which insures a watchful attention in a majority both of the people and of their representatives to a constitutional augmentation of the latter. The peculiarity lies in this, that one branch of the legislature is a representation of citizens, the other of the States…” (No. 58 at three.) [boldface added]

“…A small number of persons, selected by their fellow-citizens from the general mass, will be most likely to possess the information and discernment requisite to such complicated investigations …”  No. 68 (third para) [boldface added]

  1. Webster’s 1828 Dictionary exhibits our Founding Era noticed voting as restricted to residents

Suffrage is:

“1. A vote; a voice given in deciding a controverted question, or in the choice of a man for an office or trust. Nothing can be more grateful to a good man than to be elevated to office by the unbiased suffrages of free enlightened citizens.”

Citizen is:

“5. In the United States, a person, native7 or naturalized, who has the privilege of exercising the elective franchise…”

Franchise is:

“1.  … the right to vote for governor, senators and representatives, is a franchise belonging to citizens, and not enjoyed by aliens…”

Inhabitants and aliens might not vote until they turn out to be naturalized residents and meet no matter further qualifications for voting are set forth in the State Structure. Naturalization is:

“The act of investing an alien with the rights and privileges of a native subject or citizen. naturalization in Great Britain is only by act of parliament. In the United States, it is by act of Congress, 8 vesting certain tribunals with the power.”

  1. State Constitutions set forth the Qualifications for Voting

When we operated underneath the Articles of Confederation (our first federal Structure),9 the States decided the qualifications for voting in state and native elections and in elections to the Continental Congress.  These qualifications have been set forth in the State Constitutions, and diversified from State to State.

In our federal Structure of 1787, the States expressly retained (at Artwork. I, §2, cl.1) their pre-existing energy to decide the qualifications of voters; and ordained that these whom they decided have been certified to vote in elections to their State Home of Representatives would thereby be certified to vote for his or her federal Representatives to Congress.

Our Framers particularly rejected the concept that the new Congress or the State Legislatures would decide who was eligible to vote.  As an alternative, solely The Individuals of every State have been competent to outline the proper of suffrage for his or her State, and their definition was enshrined in their State Structure.  In Federalist No. 52 (2nd para), James Madison tells us:

“…The definition of the right of suffrage is very justly regarded as a fundamental article of republican government.10 It was incumbent on the convention, therefore, to define and establish this right in the Constitution. To have left it open for the occasional regulation of the Congress, would have been improper … To have submitted it to the legislative discretion of the States, would have been improper … To have reduced the different qualifications in the different States to one uniform rule, would probably have been as dissatisfactory to some of the States as it would have been difficult to the convention. The provision made by the convention … must be satisfactory to every State, because it is conformable to the standard already established, or which may be established, by the State itself.  It will be safe to the United States, because, being fixed by the State constitutions, it is not alterable by the State governments…”[boldface added]

Keep in mind!  Since the federal and state governments are merely “creatures” of constitutions, they haven’t any energy to decide who might vote. That energy belongs to the “creators” of the governments.  Solely The Individuals are competent to set the qualifications for voting; and our determinations are enshrined in our State Constitutions.

  1. The States reserved energy to decide procedures for voter registration

Our Structure of 1787 created a federal authorities to which we delegated solely “few and defined” powers [see chart].  Nowhere in the Structure did we delegate to the federal authorities energy to dictate procedures States should use in registering voters.  Accordingly, it’s a “reserved” energy.11 Till the federal authorities usurped energy over this concern, the States all the time decided their very own procedures for registration.  Justice Thomas wrote in his dissent [at II. A. 2]:

“This understanding of Article I, §2, is in line with powers loved by the States at the founding. For example, possession of actual or private property was a standard prerequisite to voting … To confirm that this qualification was glad, States may look to proof of tax funds… In different situations, States relied on private information of fellow residents to confirm voter eligibility. . . States have all the time had the energy to be sure that solely these certified beneath state regulation to forged ballots exercised the franchise.

Maybe in half as a result of many necessities (corresponding to property possession or taxpayer standing) have been independently documented and verifiable, States in 1789 didn’t usually “register” voters . . . Over time, States changed their casual methods for figuring out eligibility, with extra formalized pre-voting registration regimes. . . However trendy voter registration serves the similar primary function as the practices utilized by States in the Colonies and early Federal Republic. The truth that States have liberalized voting qualifications and streamlined the verification course of via registration doesn’t alter the primary undeniable fact that States possess broad authority to set voter qualifications and to confirm that they’re met.”

  1. The federal authorities has usurped the States’ powers to decide who might vote and decide procedures for voter registration

The Nationwide Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) purports to require States to “accept and use” a federal voter registration type!  The Ninth Circuit asserted that since the federal type doesn’t require candidates to present documentary proof of citizenship, the States might not require it. This paper exposes a few of the false arguments made by the Ninth Circuit’s three decide panel, and units forth what Hamilton and Madison truly stated as to the real meanings of Artwork. I, §2, cl. 1 and §four, cl.1: Arizona’s Proposition 200: What The Structure Actually Says About Voter Qualifications & Exposing The “Elections Clause” Argument.

However the Supreme Courtroom affirmed the Ninth Circuit.  Justice Scalia, who wrote the majority opinion, swept Artwork. I, §2, cl. 1 underneath the rug and ignored Hamilton’s and Madison’s explanations of Artwork. I, §four, cl. 1. Scalia asserted:

“The Clause’s [Art. I, §4, cl. 1] substantive scope is broad. “Times, Places, and Manner,” we have written, are “comprehensive words,” which “embrace authority to provide a complete code for congressional elections,” together with, as related right here and as petitioners don’t contest, laws relating to “registration”….” 12

Scalia stated,

“…the NVRA forbids States to demand that an applicant submit additional information beyond that required by the Federal Form…”

and concluded,

“… the fairest reading of the statute is that a state-imposed requirement of evidence of citizenship not required by the Federal Form is “inconsistent with” the NVRA’s mandate that States “accept and use” the Federal Type…”

In case you ask me, since California has declared itself to be a sanctuary state that harbors those that are right here illegally, in violation of regulation, the whole state’s votes shouldn’t be counted.

Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media

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