Stealing 2024? Biden Executive Order Pushes Voter Registration for Non-Citizens

WASHINGTON, D.C. — June 11, 2024 — In a move that has sent shockwaves through the political landscape, President Biden issued an executive order directing federal agencies to actively facilitate voter registration for non-citizens.

This unprecedented directive has raised significant concerns among conservative commentators and legal scholars regarding its implications for the integrity of the American electoral system.

A Controversial Directive

The executive order mandates various federal agencies, including those overseeing immigration and naturalization, to prioritize the identification and registration of non-citizens as voters. This directive is seen by many as a radical departure from traditional electoral practices, which have historically limited voting rights to U.S. citizens.

Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen is sounding the alarm about federal policies enacted by President Biden that he says provide illegal immigrants and non-citizens a “mechanism” to register to vote.

In a recent interview with Fox News Digital, Allen pointed to Executive Order 14019, which was issued in 2021, arguing the Biden administration’s broad interpretation of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993 “weaponizes and mobilizes the entire federal government apparatus to become voter registration agencies.”

The secretary said his office first began looking into the matter after receiving a complaint from a concerned voter who received a voter registration form in the mail from an Alabama state agency addressed to a deceased relative who had passed away two years ago.

Investigating further, Allen said his office discovered that state agencies, including Medicaid and other welfare offices that receive funding from the federal government, are required to provide voter registration forms to anyone who comes into contact with that agency under the NVRA.

Critics argue that this executive order undermines the foundational principle of citizenship as a prerequisite for voting. “This is not just a policy shift; it’s a fundamental change to the very nature of our democratic process,” said legal analyst John Smith. “Allowing non-citizens to vote dilutes the votes of legitimate citizens and compromises the sanctity of our elections.”

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