What is the point of reporting this news?
What is the point of reporting any news?
At this point, the Daily Stormer front page should just read “today, the dumbest and most malicious possible thing ever is happening, again and again, all over the world.”
I could include this picture of Bugs Bunny:
We all know that feel.
Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday he supports a controversial bill to allow hundreds of thousands of non-citizens living in New York City to participate in local elections.
Adams said in a statement he has and will continue to support the measure despite initially having “some concerns.”
The bill granted approximately 800,000 legal, non-citizen residents — such as green card holders and recipients of deferred action — the right to vote in municipal contests, but not state or federal elections.
“I believe that New Yorkers should have a say in their government, which is why I have and will continue to support this important legislation,” Adams said in a statement Saturday.
“While I initially had some concerns about one aspect of the bill, I had a productive dialogue with my colleagues in government that put those concerns at ease. I believe allowing the legislation to be enacted is by far the best choice, and look forward to bringing millions more into the democratic process,” the Democrat continued.
Translation: “I’m a house nigger and I do what them good folks with the small hats tell me to do.”
Right now, non-citizens, including illegal immigrants, have all of the benefits of citizenry plus a lot more. If they are allowed to vote, then citizenship really just becomes a totally meaningless concept. As does voting, of course, given that the Democrat Party is allowed to just bring in as many legal and illegal immigrants as they want to vote for them.
Although, voting was already a joke. It became nullified in the 2020 election, when they just told you “well, we’re just going to go ahead and fake this right in front of you, and if you complain, we’ll label you a terrorist and prosecute you.”
People need to stop voting. Seriously.
Of course, I don’t even know if that will matter, because they’re moving to vote by mail, and they will just send your ballot in for you.
The whole politics thing… it isn’t really even worth talking about anymore, unless there is something you can learn about the larger order of the system from talking about it.