If New Yorkers thought Bill de Blasio was bad, it’s a wonder why they would then vote for another Democrat to lead them.
Vaccine mandates and strict lockdowns, have robbed the once bustling city of its soul, and the liberal progressives who are in charge of one of the world’s largest metropolitans, seem bent on destroying everything that remains.
Eric Adam’s became the new mayor of New York City on the 1st of January, and in his very short time as the city’s leader, he has allowed a bill to let non-citizens vote.
Adam’s initially expressed concerns about the bill, but failed to veto it on Sunday, so the bill passed into law immediately. But what else would you expect from a Democrat?
Non-citizens living in New York City only have to live there for a month before becoming eligible – City elections are next year.
New York City is not the first city to allow non-citizens a vote. Eleven towns in Maryland and two in Vermont have the same law, but their populations are far smaller than the Big Apple, who boasts close to 800,000 non-citizen residents.
Lawful permanent residents, who have resided in the city for at least 30 days, those who have U.S. work authorization and “Dreamers” will be able to vote in the city’s Mayor elections, Comptroller, public advocate and city council elections.
They will be excluded from state and national elections (allegedly).
An implementation plan must be submitted by July, if non-citizens are going to vote in the 2023 city elections. The Board of Elections is working out how to register non-citizens for city elections, but have them excluded from being sent mail-in ballots for state and national elections – we all know how well mail in voting went last time.
Legal challenges are likely, however with NYC being a highly+ Democratic city, it’s unlikely anything will be done about it.
Alabama, Arizona, Colorado and Florida have all put in place measures to prevent cities in their states from allowing non-citizens a vote.
Meanwhile, while all these allowances are being made for non-citizens, actual Americans are suffering from the disastrous leadership of Joe Biden.
During a White House interview, the President made tone-deaf comments about the state of the economy and said that Americans should blame Republicans for them becoming “poorer”, because they want to “keep them in the state they’re in.”
[…] “I’m not an economist, but I’ve been doing this a long time. But here’s the way to look at it. If car prices are too high right now, there are two solutions: You increase the supply of cars by making more of them, or you reduce demand for cars by making Americans poorer. That’s the choice.
Believe it or not, there’s a lot of people in the second camp. You’ll hear them complain that wages are rising too fast among the very middle-class and working-class people who have endured decades of stalled incomes.
Their view of the economy says the only solution to our current and future challenges is to make the working families that are the backbone in our country poorer or keep them in the state they’re in.”
Who ever said that? It’s amazing that Biden would say something like that, when his side has been working against the American people with their awful policies for decades now.