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San Francisco just spent over $300K registering 'noncitizens' to vote

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San Francisco has taken illegal immigration to a new level. They've not only embraced it and paid for it, they've used it to help them further their agenda: Shocking, right?

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In July, the city designed "a new registration system aimed at getting noncitizens to cast votes in school board elections." In other words, the city began registering "noncitizens" — wow, it's getting hard to keep up with the euphemisms here, but apparently "noncitizen" means "undocumented immigrant," which means "illegal immigrant."

On Sunday, we discovered that the city enrolled 49 new voters, "which cost about $6,000 each."  In total, the city spent $310,000.

As with all things related to San Francisco, this whole thing has to be related to hatred for President Trump, somehow, right? The "ORANGE MAN BAD" syndrome.

When asked by the San Francisco Gate about the new system, Shamann Walton, a district commissioner in the city's schools, told the paper that:

He wants families with children in these schools to have a voice.

Adding that:

Trump will not always be president. Hopefully we'll have leaders who are inclusive and really believe that if you are a resident of this country, you should have the same rights as other people. I'm looking forward to a time when our families will have a bigger voice.

All right, you can come to America, but you've got to stay in San Francisco.

Part of me thinks we should direct the migrant caravan straight to San Francisco. We tell them, "All right, you can come to America, but you've got to stay in San Francisco." How long before they start clawing their way out of the city of syringes and human feces, where people pretend to be more enlightened than the rest of the world?

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