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When A Liberal Governor Allows Criminals To Vote, What Does That Tell You About Liberal Policy?

Recently, the Democrat Governor of Virginia, and close Clinton pal, Terry McAuliffe, granted 250,000 convicted criminals the right to vote in the next election. The assumption is that all will vote Democrat in an attempt to get Hillary into the Oval Office, which one would think is a bad referencing indication for the party in power, since criminals are anti-society lawbreakers, but liberals will take any advantage to gain power, even at the risk of being branded as the political criminal class. First we saw Obama ignore the laws of the nation by allowing a steady flow of illegal aliens to cross our border and increase the Democrat voter block, and now McAuliffe is throwing in the towel and just welcoming out-right criminals to the Democrat body politic.

If one just looks at the number of former Democrat governors of Illinois who are in jail, and consider the legal troubles of Hillary Clinton with her email server and nation security issues, Obama’s illegal conduct while in office and the destruction of cities such as Detroit, New York City and Baltimore across the nation, cities which have been severely mismanaged by liberal Democrat Mayors, along with the Obama Justice Department’s determination that the Ferguson police department was the problem in that city and the criminals were without blame, you’ll notice a close affinity between Democrats and criminals.  Can it be that criminals would vote for a strong border, or a strong law-and-order policy, or that they would favor a well-staffed police force and a strong military defending our nation? One doubts it.

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These examples of injustice in the current American political system should be a leg up for Republicans running for office this year, if they take advantage of it.

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About Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor and Verisign manager, 72 years old, living in the Kansas City area.