Non-Citizen Voting Without ID Has Never Been Easier…


by amuse

Have you ever wondered how easy it would be for a noncitizen to vote here in Texas? The answer is pretty damn easy. I’ll explain.

To begin with, it’s critical to understand that nearly every illegal alien encountered at the border is now being granted parole while awaiting an immigration judge’s hearing. In most cases, these hearings are scheduled for five to ten years into the future. In the meantime, these parolees are allowed to work in the U.S., and they are being issued Social Security Numbers. Under previous administrations, parole was rarely granted and only on a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reasons. Under Biden’s watch, this extraordinary measure has become the rule rather than the exception.

The Help America Vote Act (HAVA), passed in 2002, includes a provision allowing states to verify the identity of a voter who lacks a government-issued ID for registration purposes. The HAVA database permits states to use the last four digits of a person’s Social Security Number to confirm it matches both their name and date of birth. However, this process does not confirm citizenship. Before Biden’s administration, few non-citizens were issued Social Security Numbers. Now, with millions of illegal border crossers being granted SSNs, the system’s flaws have become glaringly obvious.

In Texas, anyone can register to vote online without an ID under two conditions: they must have a valid Social Security Number, and they must never have been issued a state ID.

The first step is to visit the Texas Secretary of State website and register to vote. If you’re a non-citizen, you need to falsely claim that you are a citizen. Given that you’ve already disregarded our laws, this shouldn’t pose much of a challenge.

Next, you must not have ever been issued a Texas Driver’s License or a Personal Identification Number, as you will be caught if you have. However, if you have a Social Security Number, you can register using just the last four digits. It’s crucial to ensure that your name and date of birth match exactly.

Again, you’ll need to swear that you’re a citizen or risk facing up to one year in jail and/or a $4,000 fine. For what it’s worth, crossing the border illegally carries a penalty of up to six months in jail and/or a $5,000 fine. If you’re comfortable with this, you can proceed without concern, as there’s virtually no way for the State of Texas to catch you.

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Oh, no… now the DEMOCRATS know this!