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Taniel
INSANE: Texas lawmakers want anyone who said they were a noncitizen at any point over 22 year-period to be purged from voter rolls (with no notification!), even tho the reason they're registered is very likely that they were naturalized during that time.
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Taniel Feb 26
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a nativist's fever dream come to life
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Taniel Feb 26
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the sponsors are state Senator Paul Bettencourt (who represents part of Harris County) & state Senator Pat Fallon (who represents northeastern Texas). and why stop at nativism when there are other people to mock?
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Elisabeth Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
The “no notice” gives away that this isn’t about preventing fraud. It’s about getting rid of nonwhite voters. The bad faith is blatant.
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Richard Gong Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
This is retribution against Democratic Senators who have come forward stating they would not vote to confirm David Whitley to the $135,000 post as Secretary of State. The wording is even worse in that it will kick off anyone who's ever advised any government entity noncitizenship
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Richard Gong Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
That means every single naturalized citizen in the state of Texas would be kicked off because in applying for a green card they are indicating noncitizenship.
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Richard Gong Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
Who were the sponsors of this bill?
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Wyatt Derp Feb 26
Replying to @gongsatx @Taniel
state Senator Paul Bettencourt (who represents part of Harris County) & state Senator Pat Fallon (who represents northeastern Texas).
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Richard Gong Feb 26
Replying to @WyattDerpy @Taniel
Senate bill 960 authored by Sen. Paul Bettencourt seeks to criminalize county elections officers who refuse to do illegal purges of voter rolls as directed by the non confirmed Secretary of State David Whitley and empower the AG to petition the removal of that person from office.
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Jeff Morgan Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
Republicans nationwide are desperate to maintain power and will do anything to keep it including blatantly violating citizens right to vote. Absolutely despicable!
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David Ferguson Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel @KatCapps
Well, you don’t expect them to win elections by actually being fair, do you?
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Barbara Rubin Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel
Texas needs to be kicked out of this here U.S. All those in favor?????
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🐝🐝 #SwearHerIn #NeverBernie 🐝🐝 Feb 26
Replying to @Barbsgoturback @Taniel
No point unless you kick out the rest of the Gulf States.
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Barbara Rubin Feb 26
Replying to @Dev0ra @Taniel
LOL
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BrynnMyrrynn Feb 26
Replying to @Taniel @JoshuaHol
Actually, if they go back a 100 years, there will be a few centenarians who be dropped also. Pure voter restrictions and political avarice in Texas.
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Lily Mayer Feb 26
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Kevin Feb 26
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I apologize for my state.
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