Obama Encourages Illegal Voting on TV
by Bret Roush
Nov. 05, 2016, Neil Cavuto played a clip on his show, Cavuto Coast To Coast, of Obama and an illegal immigrant discussing voting in this country.
She calls “undocumented dreamers” citizens, “because they contribute to this country.”
A citizen (as defined by dictionary.com) is a native or naturalized member of a state or nation who owes allegiance to its government and is entitled to its protection.
This is distinguished from alien: a resident born in or belonging to another country who has not acquired citizenship by naturalization.
Do not forget the definition of illegal: forbidden by law or statute.
She then discusses the illegals being fearful of voting, “If I vote, will immigration know where I live? Will they come for my family and deport us?”
Obama states very clearly that it is okay for them to vote. “Not true,” he says. “The reason is, first of all, when you vote you are a citizen yourself, and there is not a situation where the voting rules are transferred over and people start investigating.”
He then goes on to say that the sanctity of the vote is strictly confidential.
Watch the clip here:
H/T Free American for the video
Admittedly, I am not a legal scholar, so my first thought is this question: Did Obama just commit a felony on television by encouraging illegals to vote in this country? If so, which department is in charge of investigating this crime and bringing the perpetrator to justice?
Beyond that, did he not just break his oath of office? Should impeachment proceedings not be underway NOW?
The video is PUBLIC! For heavens sake, the congress should already be planning this! Nov. 9th should start impeachment proceedings!
Am I going overboard? I think not!
Everything that the progressives have done after Nixon is far worse than anything that Nixon and his administration did. But the comparative reaction of the press and the government is appallingly lacking.
This should have the nation in an UPROAR!
Watch the interview that Cavuto had with Former Governor Jan Brewer (R-AZ) on this subject below: