A Federal judge has decided that a Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship to vote is unconstitutional.
As reported by washingtonexaminer.com
Requiring Kansans to prove they are citizens when registering to vote is unconstitutional and violates the National Voter Registration Act, a federal judge ruled on Monday.
U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson claimed in a 188-page ruling that Kansas’ law requiring voters to prove they are citizens defies the Constitution and the National Voter Registration Act as she slammed Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who championed the law.
According to Robinson, the law prevented “tens of thousands of eligible citizens” from registering to vote and argued the “process of completing the registration process was burdensome for them.”
This is a huge loss for Americans hoping for fair and impartial elections. This creates an obvious loophole for non-citizens to vote for their preferred candidate, which is typically the Democrats. Will we eventually see the day when there is no such thing as an American citizen?
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