San Francisco appoints first ever noncitizen to election advisory board

OAN’s Pearson Sharp
4:48 PM – Monday, February 26, 2024

San Francisco takes a bold step, and for the first time in American history, appoints a noncitizen to an advisory board overseeing the city’s elections. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more.

There are a few things a nation can do to protect itself and its future, and ensure that its government is run by the people, and for the people.

Well the United States is taking that idea and throwing it out the window—because we literally no longer have a government run by the people, or for the people.

Elections are the first line of defense in protecting our republic, and a cornerstone idea there is that the elections will be conducted by American citizens, with the goal of protecting other American citizens.

Of course San Francisco has other ideas, and they just appointed, for the first time in American history, a non-citizen to be in charge of their elections.

That’s right—someone who’s not an American is now running elections for Americans.

Can you possibly think of any problems this might cause?

Because I can’t think of any.

Kelly Wong was just sworn in February 14th, she’s Chinese—a Hong Kong native; and you know China has a rich history of fairly representing their citizens’ rights, so there’s no reason to believe anyone who’s still a Chinese citizen—and not an American citizen won’t be a great defender of American liberties.

Although, Miss Wong did come out in her acceptance speech, and instead of promising to help American citizens, and promote American values, she promised to be a champion for immigrants and “marginalized” communities throughout San Francisco.

You know, the same kind of “marginalization” that puts noncitizens in charge of American elections.

What a poor, downtrodden class she comes from.

By the way, even though she’s in charge of American elections, she’s still not allowed to vote in them.

Wong also vowed to help illegals take part in city government, saying in a post that she was “deeply committed to ensuring everyone, regardless of immigration status… has a seat at the table in shaping the future of our city.”

Wong went on to thank Sarah Souza—herself an illegal immigrant—for her work paving the way to change California’s laws and allow noncitizens to serve on local commissions and advisory boards.

So far, I don’t hear anything about how she’s going to improve the lives of American citizens, but if you’re an illegal alien, sounds like your time has come.

Which is exactly the point.

We know we have tens of millions of invaders pouring over the border every year now—a significant portion of California’s population is illegal, probably somewhere around 30 percent or more.

That’s huge.

Now that noncitizens are allowed to run elections, how long do you think it will be before people like Ms. Wong say it’s not fair that the parasitic, money-grubbing free-loading fence-jumping colonizers living here don’t have a say in our elections?

And then, before you know it, the illegal alien bloc is allowed to vote.

:07 – “Why did you come? To take the money.” Since we know that about 80-90 percent of illegals end up on welfare, permanently, and these illegals mostly hail from Mexico and South America… and they constantly complain that California doesn’t belong to America, and white Europeans stole the land… what do you think will be the first thing they vote for?

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