One Maryland city just took a drastic step to embrace illegal aliens

The radical Left isn’t even bothering to hide their true intentions with illegal immigration anymore.

For years, they’ve turned a blind eye to millions of illegal immigrants pouring across our borders, defending law-breakers at every chance.

But with this one move by College Park’s City Council, Americans can now clearly see the real reason . . .

The Council voted 4-3 to grant voting rights in local elections to non-citizens, both legal and illegal.

And the move has many residents fuming.



Fox5DC reported on the debate inside the City Hall:

One man against the proposal came to the podium saying he was called a Nazi while waiting in line to voice his opinion.

“Although you come up here and you say that there are hundreds of citizens and residents of College Park that are for this charter, I can tell you that there are thousands against it,” said Beth Debrosky, who is against non-citizen voting. “Voting is a right of the citizens. It’s plain and clear. It’s constitutional. It’s also written at the state level and it also belongs at the local level.”

WJLA wrote:

Dozens of the emails were posted on the city’s website, and they ran about 4 to 1 against allowing non-citizens to vote.

“Before my letter gets greeted with shouts of my being anti-immigration – let me clearly state that I am a naturalized American citizen,” wrote College Park Resident Laurel Adams. “During the period of my legal residency I understood well that I had de-enfranchised myself. It was my choice. I didn’t ask for rules to be changed because I somehow felt I was extra-special – I abided by the rules.”

While this move by the College Park City Council doesn’t apply for state or federal elections, it exposes the end goal by the radical left.

They’ve opposed voter ID laws for the same reason.

By getting illegals to vote, it cancels out the votes of law-abiding, freedom-loving Americans to help them create their liberal “utopia.”

What are your thoughts about the College Park City Council’s actions?

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