As Geller Report warned back in 2021: Noncitizen Voting in Vermont Part of Democrats’ ‘Long Game’
Unconstitutional? Is it ever. Does it matter? Not according to the Democrat party of treason who is on a furious rampage to shred the Constitution. You can bet your life if these noncitizens voted Republican this would be blowing up the Democrat government media complex ululating about “a threat to democracy!’ Indeed it is.
US citizenship means noting. Our borders mean nothing. Our elections mean nothing. This will not end well.
Vermont Court Shocks: Illegal Aliens Can Now Vote
By: Conservative Alerts, January 30, 2023:
The Vermont Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the city of Montpelier didn’t violate the state constitution by allowing foreign nationals to vote in municipal elections.
The lawsuit stemmed from a 2018 amendment to Montpelier’s charter, which permits “noncitizen voters” to “register to vote in Montpelier City elections.” The amendment was placed on that year’s general election ballot and approved by voters.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott, a Republican, vetoed the General Assembly’s authorization of the changes in June 2021, only to have his veto overridden.
Since its adoption in 1777, Chapter II, Section 42 of the Vermont Constitution has been listing U.S. citizenship as a requirement one must meet to be entitled to “the privileges of a voter in this state.” Friday’s decision (pdf), however, said legal precedent and a close reading of the provision proved that local elections can have different voter qualifications from statewide elections. Read more…
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Author: Pamela Geller
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