Turkish Terrorist Who Shot Up Cascade Mall Voted Repeatedly Despite Not Being U.S. CitizenChris Menahan
Sep. 29, 2016
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Turkish Muslim terrorist Arcan Cetin who murdered five people at the Cascade Mall in Washington has voted in three elections despite not having US citizenship.
From King 5:
...state records show Cetin registered to vote in 2014 and participated in three election cycles, including the May presidential primary.
While voters must attest to citizenship upon registering online or registering to vote at the Department of Licensing Office, Washington state doesn't require proof of citizenship. Therefore elections officials say the state's elections system operates, more or less, under an honor system.Indeed, despite being a foreign terrorist who voted illegally multiple times -- he deserves "due process" just like "any voter."
Don't believe Secretary of State "Kim Wyman" for a second when she tries to claim this isn't widespread.
These laws are set up this way by design in order to jam illegal immigrants and people like Cetin into the voting booths so they can vote for Democrats and invalidate the vote of real Americans, who are much more right-wing.
Rather than actually try to convince real Americans that giving their jobs, welfare, nation and birthrights away to foreigners is somehow their moral duty -- it's a lot easier to simple flood the country with Third Worlders who will vote to take their wealth, work towards their disenfranchisement, and maybe even kill them like Cetin did just to show how grateful they are we've let them in.
Like Wyman said, it's imperative we "maintain" our "confidence" in the "integrity" of this wonderful democratic "process."
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