MAJOR Voting Changes Ahead?!

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( – Since Democrats decided to flood America with illegal aliens, congressional Republicans are set to make things right by voting on a bill that would require proof of citizenship to register to vote.

The House will vote on the Safeguard American Voter Eligibility Bill, or Save Bill, which would make states require in-person documents proving U.S. citizenship for voter registration.

This can include a Real ID, passport, or other ID showing a person’s place of birth, as a standard driver’s license alone would not be enough since it would need to be accompanied by something like a birth certificate.

The bill also calls for states to remove non-citizens from their voter rolls and for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to start the deportation process for those unlawfully registered.

In addition, voting rights advocates warn that these changes could prevent some U.S. citizens from voting, such as those lacking proper documentation or the ability to provide it in person.

It is already illegal for non-citizens to vote in federal elections and to register if they are not eligible—federal voter registration forms require you to attest that they are a U.S. citizen.

In turn, Trump pushed Congress to approve the bill this week, writing on Truth Social:

“Republicans must pass the Save Act, or go home and cry yourself to sleep. Non-citizen Illegal Migrants are getting the right to vote, being pushed by crooked Democrat Politicians who are not being stopped by an equally dishonest Justice Department. Our whole voting system is under siege.”

Moreover, the bill is unlikely to pass in the Democrat-controlled Senate or become law, as the Biden White House has said it does not support it. The White House stated it “strongly opposes” the bill, indicating the president would veto it if it somehow reached his desk.

Non-citizen voting has become a key issue for Republicans, combining illegal immigration and voter fraud concerns. With more asylum seekers entering the country under the Biden administration, Trump and his allies have amplified non-citizen voting claims.

Furthermore, the bill is part of broader Republican efforts to address perceived non-citizen voting. Some states have tried requiring proof of citizenship or removing potential non-citizens from rolls, leading to legal battles and mistakenly identifying thousands of qualified voters for potential removal.

However, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states cannot require proof of citizenship for federal elections.

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