Letter to the editor: Subsidized housing & the Democrats' plan
Last updated 3/25/2020 at 12:59pm
The Democrats’ plan for low-income housing in Mukilteo and all of Washington was planned long ago, parallel to the state sanctuary policy declared by Gov. Inslee in 2017 and again in 2019.
Together the two policies offer subsidized housing for new non-income arrivals, and a safe haven to unidentified and illegal persons. This is not about Mukilteo citizen housing.
The two policies advance the goal of the Democratic Party to take control of American government, one state at a time through population growth and future amnesty of illegal persons.
Note that both Democratic presidential candidates are championing open borders and unlimited immigration. Borders are the problem, not illegal people.
The 2020 U. S. Census is happening now. All non-citizens, immigrants and illegal persons count in state population totals. High state population counts will determine the re-apportionment of House seats in Congress and the redistribution of state electoral votes for the next three presidential elections. That is the prize.
Though non-citizens are prohibited from voting in federal elections, Democrat-dominant states are opening local elections and elected positions to non-citizens if citizenship is not a voting requirement. Non-citizens can leave this country at any time, yet the long-term consequences of their votes are incumbent on their communities.
The pre-age, pre-register vote law sponsored by Democrat Marko Liias to auto enroll all 16-year-old high school students who check “citizenship” is also politically motivated. Teenagers are still developing a moral conscience, learning economic independence, and the realities of paycheck taxes.
A class in U.S. government is not a class in U.S. politics. What students learn about politics is what they have been told by mostly liberal teachers – and that is the Democrats’ assumption crafting this law.
If Mayor Gregerson’s concern for low-income housing was intended for Mukilteo residents, we would have heard about the issue and asked for input well before a council vote.
Shame again on this mayor and the council for the sleazy, dishonest way this low-cost housing ruse is being foisted on Mukilteo residents.