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#3333806 - 08/23/13 11:54 PM Aliens on juries
Bambi Buster
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Registered: 01/29/04
Posts: 9113
Loc: Middle Tennessee

So much for a "jury of your peers."

Things like this, which are very real, worry me a lot more than imaginary FEMA prison boxcars.
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#3333968 - 08/24/13 08:18 AM Re: Aliens on juries [Re: Bambi Buster]
Crappie Luck Moderator

Registered: 01/29/03
Posts: 62020
Loc: Smith Co.

California is a total loss. Serious consideration should given to cutting off it's Federal funds and prosecution of it's judges and State Legislature.

I read some time ago that LA is about 40% illegal immigrants so violent and territorial that they are running out the blacks from South-Central LA.

California is the first state to witness "Black flight".
"To find out who your real rulers are, simply look to those whom you CANNOT criticize..."

#3333974 - 08/24/13 08:24 AM Re: Aliens on juries [Re: Crappie Luck]
Crappie Luck Moderator

Registered: 01/29/03
Posts: 62020
Loc: Smith Co.

CA Mulls Allowing Non-Citizens to Work Polling Stations as Translators (Video)

The State of California is seriously considering allowing non-citizens work at polls throughout the state during elections.

The Sacramento Bee reported weeks ago that the California Legislature has passed a bill that would let non-citizens who are “lawful permanent residents who meet all the other requirements for being eligible to vote except for citizenship” work at the polls. The bill, apparently aimed at recruiting more Spanish-speaking poll workers, awaits signature from Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown.

Democratic State Sen. Rob Bonta said there are “nearly 3 million citizens who are fully eligible to vote and not English proficient.”

"We have a shortage of multilingual poll workers in the state of California," Bonta said. "There has to be language access at the polls."

Republicans in the State Legislature tried fighting back, but the bill ultimately passed. "Let's keep in mind what poll workers can and cannot do," GOP Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen said. "Poll workers cannot go into a voting booth with a voter, cannot read the ballot to the voter, cannot help them understand what they are voting on."

"If somebody is not registered to vote and they aren't a citizen and they can't vote, then why would they even want to sit at the poll?" GOP Assemblywoman Diane Harkey added. "What could possibly entice them? Is this just another career path? I'm a bit confused."

Nonetheless, the Democrats were able to pass the bill through the legislature. Now the last hope--though a slim one--is that the state's Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown would veto the bill.

California’s Election Integrity Project, a conservative group connected with the national True The Vote, has alleged this effort is directly connected with immigration reform efforts from the left on the state and national level.
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