Musk Calls Out Democrats as Traitors Over Election Integrity Bill

Elon Musk’s recent comments on opponents of election integrity legislation have stirred up quite the controversy. The legislation, introduced by House Speaker Mike Johnson, aims to ensure that only American citizens are able to vote in elections, a common-sense measure in light of the influx of illegal immigrants welcomed by the Biden administration.

Despite the fact that it is already illegal for noncitizens to vote in federal elections, Speaker Johnson highlighted several loopholes that the legislation seeks to address, such as the lack of mechanisms to verify citizenship and the trend of allowing noncitizens to vote in municipal elections.

The proposed bill includes provisions to verify citizenship before voter registration, mandate proof of citizenship for federal elections, and use federal databases to remove noncitizens from voter rolls. It also aims to notify naturalized citizens of their voting rights and consider removal proceedings for noncitizens registered to vote.

Unsurprisingly, the Democrats have come out in opposition to the legislation, prompting Elon Musk to label them as “TRAITORS” for their stance. Musk’s provocative question about the punishment for treason has sparked further debate, considering that treason in the United States can carry serious consequences, including the death penalty or imprisonment.

In the face of such critical legislation aimed at safeguarding the integrity of American elections, it’s perplexing to see the Democrats resist measures that would protect the sanctity of the democratic process. Musk’s blunt assessment of those opposing election integrity serves as a stark reminder of the stakes involved in ensuring that only American citizens have a say in the country’s future.

Written by Staff Reports

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