Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) criticized New York City officials for allegedly attempting to register illegal aliens and border crossers residing in city-contracted shelters to vote, which caused considerable controversy in the Big Apple. Could you possibly contemplate the following? It will certainly challenge your faith. Malliotakis claimed that city officials compelled migrant shelter contractors to distribute voter registration materials and assist migrants in registering to vote. What are you saying now?!
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In support of her claim, Malliotakis hurled documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request about as if they were loaded with ammunition. She cited an agreement between Homes for the Homeless and New York City as an example of the numerous non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that provide assistance to illegal aliens and border crossers. People, she is not fooling around!
Furthermore, she is not the only one who is enraged by this. Additional prominent Republican figures joined the chorus condemning the purported voter fraud conspiracy orchestrated by officials of New York City. Staten Island Republican City Councilman David Carr stated, "Noncitizen voting is not permitted in the City of New York, and no one should attempt to register noncitizens to vote." Undoubtedly, no one should award contracts to non-profit organizations, including destitute and migrant shelter providers, in an effort to register noncitizens. "It is patently unlawful at this juncture of the competition and has no place in the contractual agreement." Indeed, that is one extremely sizzling shot!
Folks, it does not, however, end there. The New York Supreme Court thwarted the New York City Democrats' attempt to allow nearly one million foreign nationals to vote in municipal elections more quickly than a New Yorker summoning a taxi. "Nuh-uh, not on our watch," the court replied, and the matter was quickly put to an end, much like an off-Broadway failure.