As President Obama would say: ‘Come on, man!’
In a jaw-dropping move, lame duck Barack appeared to tell illegal aliens they can vote, citing the “sanctity of the vote.”
Oh really?? What about the sanctity of citizenship? Or the sanctity of laws?
Obama made the bizarre declaration that it’s okay to break the law by voting in a U.S. election even if you’re in the country illegally, Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto said.
Here’s the exact question Obama was asked by actress Gina Rodriguez in a pre-election interview last week:
“Many of the millennials, Dreamers, undocumented citizens — and I call them citizens because they contribute to this country — are fearful of voting. So if I vote, will immigration know where I live? Will they come for my family and deport us?”
“This is not true,” Obama said. “And the reason is — first of all, when you vote, you are a citizen yourself, and there is not a situation where the voting rolls somehow are transferred over and people start investigating, et cetera. The sanctity of the vote is strictly confidential in terms of who you voted for.”
The shocking video clip first aired on Neil Cavuto’s Fox Business News show Coast to Coast.
After hearing Obama apparently tell illegal aliens they won’t get caught if they commit voter fraud, a disgusted Cavuto exploded.
“I can’t believe that I heard what I heard!” Cavuto said. “The president isn’t even questioning whether the person who is an illegal is voting, outside of reminding people that if you’re a citizen, you vote.”
Cavuto said Obama missed the entire premise of the question: “It’s very clear that the question that is being asked was about illegals voting and afraid that they might be reported to Border Security. You’re illegal. You cannot vote!”
Cavuto added: “The President of the United States is saying: ‘Don’t worry, no one will be spying on you, catching you.’ You’re ignoring the fact that you are being questioned about illegal voting, which you can’t do. Why? Because you’re not a citizen of this country!”
Voter fraud has taken center stage this election cycle, as voter fraud was recently reported in California and in other states.
Last week, a California man found two stacks of mail-in ballots — 83 in total number — on top of his mailbox. He was stunned after discovering they were all addressed to his neighbor’s two-bedroom apartment — but each to a different person.
Hmmm….What’s going on there?
Editor’s Note: The full quote of the interview question was added to the text of this post after publishing to avoid any questions about interpretation. The original post had a partial quote with the words “I wonder” added for clarification.