Don’t Forget What Democrats Have Done When You Vote In The 2022 Midterm Election

Time is of the essence for Democrats, but it’s not going to be enough to save them. You have to think at least 1-2 years ahead of the game in politics. What you do today will affect what happens years down the road with your career, which shouldn’t be a career in the first place.

The open border will be a massive issue for the 2022 midterm election. It’s not long forgotten because it’s never actually been fixed. Democrats will try to push their way into a reversal of opinion and stir up their base to vote for them, but there’s no way that it’s going to fly. As soon as Democrats lose their seat, things are going to change. There will be no more bills passed. There will be a massive overhaul of investigations and hopefully some resolutions to the ridiculous disasters that President Biden and his Administration have been involved with. That’s the anticipation, at least.

It may not be all Democrats. Liz Cheney (R-WY) has scooted up close to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi as her Republican poster child of the January 6 Commission.

The Democrats have championed amnesty and open borders, and some have made it possible for illegal immigrants to vote.

Ballotpedia reported, “Fifteen municipalities across the country allowed noncitizens to vote in local elections as of January 2022. Eleven were located in Maryland, two were located in Vermont, one was in New York City, and the other was in San Francisco, California.

The goal is to allow every illegal immigrant who resides in the United States to vote.

The John Lewis Voting Rights Act of 2021 says in The totality of the circumstances for consideration relative to a violation for vote denial, “The extent to which the state or political subdivision has used unduly burdensome photographic voter identification requirements, documentary proof of citizenship requirements, documentary proof of residence requirements, or other voting standards, practices, or procedures beyond those required by Federal law that may impair the ability of a member of the protected class to participate fully in the political process.”

That means that proof of citizenship or identification is discriminatory, according to the John Lew Voting Rights Act of 2021.

That’s why it’s crucial that Build Back Better was struck down.

The Congressional Budget Office reported, “Many of those parolees would later be granted lawful permanent resident status. A few million more persons, the most of whom are already in the US, would receive LPR status as a result of the provisions or as family relatives of those who gain LPR status as a result of the measure.”

The Migrant Protection Protocols are also a problem.

Fox News noted, “In addition to broad changes to legal immigration, the bill contained several provisions for amnesty or safeguards for illegal immigrants. The first of these schemes would provide DACA and Temporary Protected Status beneficiaries, farmworkers, and others deemed ‘essential workers’ a road to citizenship.”

Should legal immigration be easier? Absolutely. The system has to be overhauled. But, bringing anyone in who’s willing to cross the desert or a river isn’t the pathway and verification that’s important to allow citizenship to anyone no matter how dangerous they are.