At times, the speed at which our nation’s media whirlwind spins can lead us to lose track of time. Before we know it, another election is upon us, and the nation’s grip on sanity slips just a little bit further back, and to the left.
For this year’s entertainment docket, we have the 2018 primaries; a contest that the democratic party had preemptively, and foolishly, claimed would resemble a “big, blue wave” in Congress. Their theory was that Donald Trump would be such a terrible, no good, awful President that the entire Republican party would fall when the Trump Train finally hit the brick wall. Of course, we know now that this is not the case, and President Donald Trump is doing a much, much better job than the democrats are willing to let on about.
Heck, I’m not ashamed to say it; he has even surprised the heck out of me at times.
All of this winning has put a huge cramp in the left’s plan to surf a “big, blue wave” into power this autumn, and that has led party leaders down some familiar and treacherous paths. Specifically, in regard to voter fraud: The left’s preeminent vote gathering strategy for decades running.
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Now, the democratically controlled city of Boston has stopped even pretending to hide their hopes for further democratic malfeasance.
The city of Boston is considering a new proposal that would allow legal immigrants who aren’t United States citizens the right to vote throughout the city, with council members holding meetings this week to find ways to make local elections “more inclusive.”
According to Boston.com, the proposal was initially requested by Council President Andrea Campbell, who urged the City Council to allow non-citizens the right to vote in municipal races.
“Campbell’s order for a hearing says Boston has more than 190,000 foreign-born residents, which represents 28 percent of the city population. It also says non-U.S. citizens paid $116 million in state and local taxes and generated over $3.4 billion in spending according to a 2015 city report,” writes Boston.com.
The implications of this proposed maneuver should be readily apparent to anyone who claims to be free, anywhere in the world. It means that borders don’t count, and that is patently absurd.
Why would we ever organize this planet into nations except to allow mankind to choose what works best for them. It gives us choice, and allows us to exercise our free will. If there are no borders, and no nations, and no diversity, what’s the point of anything? To avoid a homogenization of the entire planet, we need to enforce border laws, and allow only citizens to vote.
If there’s no such thing as sovereignty, there’s no such thing as freedom. We cannot afford to lose another inch in the battle for either.