Smoking Gun: Alleged Voter-Registration Plot for Illegal Immigrants Uncovered in NYC

Explosive Reveal: NYC's Illegal Immigrant Voting Plot Unearthed, Warns Malliotakis
Explosive Reveal: NYC's Illegal Immigrant Voting Plot Unearthed, Warns Malliotakis
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In a watershed revelation, Republican Representative Nicole Malliotakis claimed having uncovered concrete evidence suggesting that New York City officials are surreptitiously aiding illegal immigrants to register to vote, potentially threatening the integrity of future city elections. Her alleged “smoking gun” is a previously undisclosed contractual agreement between the city’s Department of Social Services and Homes for the Homeless, a nonprofit organization engaged to construct shelters for the escalating number of illegal immigrants permeating the city.

Reliable sources indicate that the contentious clause within the contract prescribes contractors to provide voter registration forms to “all persons,” strikingly excluding any specific mention of “citizens.” This clause, Malliotakis asserts, unveils a covert attempt by city officials to enable voting rights for illegal immigrants, even if their residence in these shelters lasts merely 30 days.

“Should this not be red-flagged by every citizen?” questioned Malliotakis, addressing a press conference on Staten Island, “If this isn’t the smoking gun that proves city officials plan on registering noncitizens to vote, then I don’t know what is.”

In a startling exposure, a copy of the contract obtained by Fox News Digital showcased an appendix that specified the city’s mandate for contractors in “regular public contact during daily business administration” to “provide and distribute voter registration forms to all persons linked with written applications for services, renewal, changes of address related to such services.”

Further adding fuel to the fire, the city mandates the contractor to supply voter registration forms in both Spanish and Chinese, catering to a significant demographic of non-English speaking immigrants. The city will supply these multilingual forms, as per the document.

In an intriguing development, the city has challenged and is currently appealing a law which Malliotakis, with her colleagues, successfully managed to halt. The law in question intended to grant voting rights to noncitizen residents staying in NYC for a minimal period of 30 days.

Nonetheless, the city denied the allegations, asserting that it has not imposed on migrant shelters the task of providing voter registration forms to illegal immigrants. Besides, an additional excerpt purportedly prohibits shelter staff from inquiring about a resident’s immigration status.

The NYC Department of Social Services spokesperson condemned allegations as “false and baseless” in a statement to Fox News. “It’s mandatory by law for DHS to include language regarding voter registration in shelter contracts, specific to eligible clients who are citizens, unequivocally not applicable to asylum seekers in shelters.” He urgently cautioned against giving flight to “dangerous misrepresentations” concerning the city’s humanitarian response to the escalating migrant crisis.

In conclusion, we find ourselves flung amidst a growing tangle of allegations, deputations, and denials. Should Malliotakis’ claim hold water, it could potentially unmask a seismic shift in electoral dynamics, posing a direct challenge to American democratic principles and inspiring an intense moral and political debate. Yet, amidst such a contestation of truths, let us not lose sight of the ultimate, shared goal: securing and upholding the democratic integrity of our beloved nation.

Next News Network Team

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