The left is once again trying to paint anyone who disagrees with them as racist.
Congressman Jim Jordan has drawn criticism for his recent statement that only Americans should be allowed to vote in American elections. This statement has sparked debate and controversy, with some people accusing Jordan of promoting a narrow-minded and xenophobic view of the right to vote.
Jordan’s comments have been widely criticized by political leaders, voting rights advocates, and members of the public. Many people believe that the right to vote is a fundamental aspect of democracy and that all eligible citizens, regardless of their background or origin, should have the opportunity to participate in the democratic process. Jordan is not saying otherwise, but saying that non-citizens should not vote.
Critics of Jordan’s statement argue that his views are not in line with the principles of democracy and that they promote a divisive and exclusionary message. They also claim that Jordan’s comments will only serve to undermine the integrity of the American electoral system and damage the reputation of the country as a democratic nation.
Despite the backlash, Jordan has defended his position, stating that he believes that only American citizens should be allowed to vote in American elections in order to protect the integrity of the democratic process. Why should illegals have the right to vote as Democrats propose?
The debate over who should be allowed to vote in American elections is a controversial issue and it should not be. It should be clear that the right to vote is a fundamental aspect of democracy and that only real citizens should be able to vote.