Smoking Gun Evidence Comes To Light… Massive Fraud Discovered

A U.S. House Republican, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY), has brought attention to what she claims is conclusive evidence of a voter fraud scheme in New York City. Malliotakis alleges the discovery of an illicit plan to register migrants to vote in upcoming elections, raising significant concerns about the underlying motives of Democrat President Joe Biden’s open border policies.

“On page 50 of this contract, there is an entire section dedicated to voter registration,” Malliotakis said in a statement.

Malliotakis, along with four other Staten Island Republicans, disclosed their findings regarding a city contract with a nonprofit tasked by NYC officials to manage a shelter in Staten Island. The contract reportedly includes a provision for the distribution of voter registration forms among “asylum seekers.”

“We believe this is the smoking gun that proves what we’ve been saying all along — that the city intends to register non-citizens to vote.”

Malliotakis acquired the document through a state Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The contract, established between the city and Homes for Homeless, outlines the operation of the shelter located at the site of a closed nursing home in Midland Beach. According to Malliotakis, the contract includes a stipulation that the nonprofit will operate in compliance with the NYC charter.

It states that the organization “shall provide and distribute voter registration forms to all persons.”

The voter registration forms are required to be provided in Spanish and Chinese to ensure clear comprehension by migrants, as specified in the document. Another section stipulates that the nonprofit should refrain from inquiring about a client’s or potential client’s immigration status unless it directly relates to the services offered. The standardization of such language in city contracts for shelter and housing services remains unclear, according to the New York Post. NYC voter eligibility, as per city law, necessitates U.S. citizenship, at least 30 days of residency in New York City, and a minimum age of 18 by Election Day.

In December 2021, the City Council passed a measure allowing green card holders and other legal non-residents to participate in local elections, excluding state or national races. However, this provision was overturned by a Staten Island judge. Supreme Court Judge Ralph Porzio issued a permanent injunction against the law in June 2022. Despite this, NYC’s Democrat Mayor Eric Adams is appealing the ruling. Malliotakis discussed the situation during an appearance on Fox Business.

Although it remains uncertain whether such language is a standard feature in city contracts for shelter and housing services, the city’s Department of Social Services responded on Sunday.

“These allegations are false and baseless,” the department said in a statement.

“DHS is legally required to include language around voter registration in shelter contracts and this guidance applies only to eligible clients who are citizens, and would clearly not apply to asylum seekers in shelter.”

“They are bringing to you voter registration of people who are here illegally, and as soon as they’re here for 30 days, how is it they’re entitled to vote?” said State Assemblyman Sam Pirozzolo in comments to reporters.

“What’s the first thing they’re going to vote for? Better hotel rooms?” he quipped.

“How do they even understand the American system of government?”

“There is nothing more important than preserving the integrity of our election system,” Malliotakis added in a statement.

“The right to vote is a sacred right given only to United States citizens, and certainly not one provided to those who crossed over our border illegally and made their way to New York City last month.

“The City better not be acting in violation of the judge’s ruling that struck down the noncitizen voting law that would have allowed 800,000 noncitizens with a Green Card or Work Authorization and who have resided in New York City for 30 days, to vote.”

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