The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is hoping that residents of the city who fear Donald Trump’s rhetoric and policy proposals will flock to the polls this November and support giving voting rights to anyone from anywhere who’ll vote Democrat.
The Board say they think Donald Trump being on the ballot this November will drive foreigners who are “disgusted” by his politics to the polls on Election Day.
“With Donald Trump’s racist and anti-immigrant sentiments, there is a reaction from many of us who are disgusted by those politics,” a hippyish member of the board said. “I think that’s going to ensure there is strong Latino turnout as well as other immigrant turnout. But there are many more democrats we can reach.”
The new ballot measure is the third attempt to give voting rights to illegal immigrants, foreigners, historical figures and imaginary beings in San Francisco.
“Wherever in the universe there may be a democrat voter we hope to encourage him, her or it to vote.”
A California assembly member who introduced the 2004 measure to give illegal immigrants the right to vote said that giving criminals the right to vote is good for democrats. Giving foreign criminals the right to vote is even better. But best of all would be to give the right to vote to every democrat in this of any other possible or impossible universe.
“The residents of the city must come together, along with non-residents, Americans as well as foreigners, with interdimensional beings and any other democrats we can find or invent and stand up against Trump,” the board said in a statement.
Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, believes that it’s wrong to give voting rights to individuals and creatures who have not made a commitment to the U.S. Constitution by becoming citizens. Especially if they are criminals, interdimensional beings, or figments of the imagination.
“It is wrong to extend the vote to individuals, creatures, monsters and beings of the imagination who have not entered the American social compact or made a commitment to our Constitution, our law, and our cultural and political heritage by becoming citizens,” von Spakovsky told Fox News.
“von Spakovsky is racist and xenophobic,” said the hippyish member of the board as he passed voter-registration forms through an interdimensional portal to a universe where every living being is Vladimir Illych Lenin.