Coulter Says New CA Policy Will Lead to Illegal Immigrants Voting
Starting April 1, California will automatically register to vote adults who obtain or renew a driver’s license, including potentially large numbers of noncitizens in the state. Drivers who say they are legal will have their information sent to state voter rolls unless they opt out.
Critics say this opens the door for widespread voter fraud, but defenders of the policy, like Democratic strategist Jose Aristomuno, say the state has made it clear that undocumented individuals are not allowed to vote.
"Yes, illegal aliens are big rules followers," Coulter remarked to him on "The Ingraham Angle" Tuesday night.
She said even before California passed the law allowing automatic voter registration, leftist groups in the state have been stealing elections with illegal immigrant votes, arguing that this policy will only make it worse.
She pointed out that approximately 60 percent of ballots in California are sent in by mail.
"It's not even the illegal aliens who need to go and vote. Don't worry, they'll be voted for. You just need them registered to vote," Coulter said.
"This is all about voting. Illegal immigration, legal immigration, ... DACA, it is 100 percent about voting. At least California makes it clear."
Aristomuno accused Coulter of making "false" claims.
On Sunday, Coulter warned that the so-called DACA "fix" supported by Democrats and some Republicans will actually be "100 percent amnesty."
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