Pam Anderson believes everyone around the world should get to vote for US president

(Screengrab from ABC’s “The View”)

“Baywatch” actress Pamela Anderson shared a brilliant idea online about the entire world being allowed to vote in the U.S. presidential election.

As if the anti-globalists don’t have enough to worry about.

“I believe Everyone in the world should be able to vote for the US president, because it has an impact on all of us …” Anderson tweeted.

Perhaps the assertion is a residual effect of spending too much time with Julian Assange.

The actress tagged the daytime talk show “The View” in her tweet, which she made an appearance on the same day, which suggests that she may have been looking to tweet something outrageous to draw attention.

Anderson defended Assange on the show Friday, as co-host Joy Behar suggested he was “responsible” for Donald Trump being elected due to revealing private emails from former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

“Hillary Clinton is responsible for Trump,” Anderson pushed back, saying Assange “wasn’t helping Trump.”

“He was trying to give the American people true information” about Clinton, she said.

While her suggestion was vociferously panned on Twitter, rightfully so, there may be a certain degree of overlooked brilliance in the “Baywatch” alum’s remark.

One being that it draws attention to the idea of non-citizens voting in U.S. elections.

This strengthens the stance President Trump has taken against illegal immigration amid concerns that some of those in the country illegally are taking part in elections — after all, Mexico and Central America are part of “everyone in the world.”

Another effect of Anderson’s tweet is that it prompted an online debate about voting requirements, which is long overdue.

Take a look at some of the responses from Twitter and see if you agree:

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