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Biden Admin Opposes SAVE Act Prioritizes Noncitizens Over Election Integrity

President Joe Biden’s administration, in its latest attempt to erode the foundations of election integrity, is signaling its opposition to the Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE) Act. This legislation, championed by Rep. Chip Roy and backed by over 100 House Republicans, aims to ensure that only American citizens are registered to vote in federal elections by requiring proof of citizenship during the voter registration process.

Despite existing federal laws explicitly mandating citizenship as a prerequisite for voting, the Biden administration is quick to dismiss the need for additional safeguards, claiming that the SAVE Act would allegedly hinder eligible Americans from registering to vote. Rather than supporting measures to maintain the accuracy of voter rolls and prevent noncitizen voting, the administration is pushing for the passage of the Freedom to Vote Act, a bill that would grant felons, including those not yet done serving their sentences, the right to vote and pave the way for nationwide mail-in voting and automatic voter registration.

Unsurprisingly, House Democrats are mobilizing against the SAVE Act, choosing to prioritize the interests of noncitizens over American citizens in their bid to secure more favorable voting demographics. This opposition comes despite widespread support among Americans for requiring proof of citizenship to vote, with a majority across party lines favoring such a measure, according to a recent poll.

As the Biden administration aligns itself with the push for lax voting standards and attempts to water down election integrity measures, it becomes increasingly evident where their priorities lie – and it’s not with ensuring that only American citizens have a say in shaping the future of the nation.

Written by Staff Reports

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