To paraphrase the famous quote, “All voters are equal, just some voters are more equal than others,” is to succinctly sum up the latest get-out-the-vote campaign funded by your tax dollars. Although we could applaud a broadly-based, unbiased effort to get Americans to exercise their right to vote, that’s not what’s happening here.
Your tax dollars are being used to promote voting among those who can be reasonably be expected to vote for liberal causes and politicians. As I’ve mentioned before, just imagine what would happen if Texas were to be flipped from red to blue by efforts to register and motivate those who have a predisposition to voting liberal.
So how much is being spent on this effort?
Months after the Obama administration spent $19 million to register new immigrant voters that will likely support Democrats in November, it’s dedicating an additional $10 million in a final push as the presidential election approaches.
Since 2009 USCIS has doled out $63 million in these grants to prepare more than 156,000 resident immigrants in dozens of states for U.S. citizenship, according to the agency’s figures.
And what are the details?
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been aggressive in promoting its citizen integration grant program this year, offering large sums to recruit new groups that can offer immigrants the services they need to become citizens. Clearly, the ultimate goal is qualifying as many immigrants as possible to vote since they tend to cast ballots for Democrats.
Let’s see who’s involved in this effort.
To carry out this important mission Obama created a special Task Force on New Americans chaired by his Domestic Policy Director, Cecilia Muñoz, the former vice president of the powerful open borders group National Council of La Raza (NCLR).
You probably already figured that your tax dollars were going to support leftist causes. But maybe you didn’t know that one of those causes is to create competition for conservative voters in the election process. Now you do.
Source: Judicial Watch