Violent Felons Receive Pardons So They Can Vote

Over the past decade, we have seen Democrats turn to many avenues to generate votes and not all of those avenues are legal or ethical. We’ve seen dead people voting, illegal aliens voting, people voting in more than one state, poll workers casting multiple votes for family members and friends, people showing up only to be told they already voted and voting machines that automatically change votes from Republicans to Democrats.

States like California and Oregon have passed laws that automatically register illegals and non-citizens to vote, just for obtaining or renewing a state driver’s license.

In another act of desperation, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued conditional pardons to over 24,000 violent felons. The pardons restore the felons’ voting rights.

(Right Observer) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is one of the looniest politicians in the Democrat stable.

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Check out his latest goofy move and what it means for future elections, from The Daily Wire:

New York governor Andrew Cuomo (D) issued what his office is calling “conditional pardons” to more than 24,000 parolees, effectively restoring their voting rights — just in time for them to vote for him for re-election.

The New York Post reports that Cuomo issued the pardons on Tuesday, after granting himself the right to make changes to the felons’ parole terms last month in an executive order.

Cuomo claims that move is a “compassionate” way to welcome parolees back into society, by making them fully participating members in the representative democracy.

Cuomo’s action demonstrates how little regard he has for laws and the rights of law-abiding people. It also shows how concerned Cuomo and his fellow Democrats are about not winning the midterm elections this year and allowing Republicans to maintain control of Congress. This should be grounds for impeachment of Cuomo.




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