Democrats and those entrenched to the left keep saying that illegals don’t vote. However, facts keep showing up that prove how wrong they are. Pedro Cortes, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, has resigned yesterday, just three weeks after his agency came under fire for “a glitch that may have allowed thousands of ineligible immigrants statewide to vote,” was discovered to Philly (dot com).
The resignation came in the form of a “personal update” that the disgraced politician delivered. It was 349 words long and is said to have focussed on his replacement, Secretary of State Robert Torres, more than anything else. Now the fraud has been all but confirmed, the Democrat had no other option.
In fact, he wrote only 14 words about himself, something that some will say speaks to his guilt.
“I’m not sure why [Cortes resigned] or what’s going on, but we’re hopeful to get answers to very important questions,” said State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, chairman of the House State Government Committee. “We were hoping to hold [the hearing] to get answers to questions that are important to Pennsylvania voters about how these foreign nationals have gotten onto the voter rolls.”
“Cortes knew this was an issue,” the chairman added. “It is interesting that his resignation occurred within a week of our letter to him about this serious issue.”
No one is even sure how high the numbers of illegal voters were, but the State Department said, “it had records of 1,160 canceled voter registrations listing ineligibility as a reason and said the issue was under review.”
A mere “glitch” is not what it should be called if the error happened for anyone who wasn’t bowing to the politically correct flavor of the week, in this case, illegal aliens.
The fact that those who failed to care enough to apply legally are here is bad enough What is even worse is that they also seek, in many instances, to have a say in who runs the country that they broke into.
That is quite a level of disrespect, to say the least.
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