Democrats are vowing to implement a transformative plan that seeks to add about a million foreign-born residents on green cards to United States voter rolls by securing them naturalized American citizenship.
Former Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) has launched the group Our Nations Future with support from Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) with the goal of helping one million green card-holders gain naturalized American citizenship within the next four years.
Such a goal would ensure that about a million foreign-born residents are likely added to U.S. voter rolls in key swing states, both Gutierrez and Durbin seemingly acknowledged. Gutierrez, specifically, called the plan transformative for upcoming elections.
In America, the overwhelming growth population is Hispanic, and even a conservative Republican can count, Durbin said during a news conference. And if they can count they know in future elections, their fate may be decided by those same Hispanic Americans.
Already, President Joe Biden has instituted a plan that has surged naturalization rates ahead of the 2022 and 2024 elections.
From October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021 about 855,000 green card-holders became naturalized American citizens the highest annual number of legal immigrants getting naturalized in more than a decade. Put another way, more than 2,300 green card-holders were naturalized every day in Fiscal Year 2021.
Dems already have millions of illegal aliens voting.