"When the government lies to We The People, it becomes an unconstitutional and hence illegitimate government, and we are not obligated to obey said government’s dictates, pay said government’s bills, or sacrifice our children in said government’s wars!" -- Michael Rivero

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The Democrat criminal party in action.

Welfare offices and other agencies in 49 US states are providing voter registration forms to migrants without requiring proof of citizenship

Joe Biden on Tuesday announced mass amnesty for at least 500,000 illegal aliens (the number is likely much higher).

According to Trump advisor and America First Legal founder Stephen Miller, “Biden’s unconstitutional amnesty will give illegal aliens immediate green cards (making it easier to vote illegally) and a three-year path to citizenship (giving them full voting rights).”

When we become aware of certain events, it's easy to hear about them and not fully grasp their significance. In these moments, it's crucial to step back and consider the potential implications of these actions, particularly when they involve our democratic processes.

 

"We should eliminate electronic voting machines. The risk of being hacked by humans or AI, while small, is still too high," Musk wrote on X in response to Kennedy's post.

In addition to paper ballots, Musk also suggested he supports voting in-person on one day, rather than early voting and voting by mail.

Anyone with a shred of common sense can see that the invasion at the US border is no accident. Right off the bat, Biden scrapped all the effective border policies that President Trump had implemented to safeguard Americans and the country. Why would he do that, if not to swing the doors wide open and let millions of illegal border crossers flood into the United States?

The regime assumes most Americans are too clueless to catch on. Fortunately, that’s not the case—polling shows the border invasion is a top election issue—but unfortunately, the damage is already done.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. called for the elimination of electronic voting machines, a topic that like his criticism of vaccines, is guaranteed to make the establishment squirm.

Not one who shies away from bringing up topics deemed to be taboo by the corrupt media, the independent presidential candidate pointed to recent issues with elections in Puerto Rico to call for a return to paper ballot voting, a system that worked perfectly before the tech era.