Recently, a court in New York City smacked down Democrats’ highly controversial effort to allow well over 800,000 non-citizens to vote in local elections.
The attempt flew blatantly in the fact of electoral integrity, not to mention explicit elements of the Constitution.
In his ruling, Judge Ralph Porzio wrote that the Democrats’ proposed “Municipal Voting Law,” was utterly “impermissible,” “simply and solely for the reason that the Constitution says it cannot be done.”
Porzio also ordered a permanent injunction against the ill-fated effort to undermine the Constitution, which will prohibit Democrats from making further attempts to allow non-citizens to vote.
Republicans have responded favorably to the ruling, with Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Ronna McDaniel declaring the ruling to constitute “a huge victory for election integrity and the rule of law.”
McDaniel also expressed gratitude regarding the success that the RNC had achieved in fighting back against the Democrats’ blatant attempt to pervert elections, praising the committee’s success “in successfully challenging this unconstitutional scheme.”
In January, the RNC, alongside other concerned groups, launched a lawsuit against the New York City Council, Democrat Mayor Eric Adam, and the New York City Board of Elections for their illegal behavior, chiefly by openly allowing non-citizens to vote in local city elections.
Much to the ire of Democrats, the Republicans prevailed in all three of their claims: The Municipal Voting Law represented a violation of the state constitution, New York election statues, and the state’s own Municipal Home Rule Law.
“This radical scheme passed by New York Democrats to allow foreign citizens to decide American elections is a blatant attack on election integrity,” McDaniel declared, “and [it] violates the state constitution which requires New York voters to be U.S. citizens.”
McDaniel added that the RNC will also continue to spearhead other efforts across the nation to ensure that only American citizens have the opportunity to vote in elections across the United States.
“American elections should be decided by American citizens,” McDaniel added assertively.