Minnesota Democrats Advance Giving Driver’s Licenses to 77K Illegal Aliens

In the final week of February, the Minnesota State Senate passed legislation, by a 34-31 vote that would scrap the legal residency requirement for acquiring a driver’s license in the state. By passing this legislation, the Senate has now granted illegal aliens the ability to secure licenses to legally drive vehicles. 

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz previously said that he would sign the bill if it arrives on his desk. This bill would effectively nullify a previous law that former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty signed. 

John Binder of Breitbart News noted why such legislation is so crucial for Open Borders Inc: 

“Driver’s licenses for illegal aliens are vital for the open borders lobby because when illegal aliens are pulled over by local police, driving without a driver’s license is the first criminal charge that can put them in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody.” 

Illegal aliens are notorious for being engaged in illegal activities such as drunk driving, which Binder observed the bellow:  

In fiscal year 2022, illegal aliens with more than 17,500 drunk driving convictions were arrested by ICE agents. Illegal aliens with more than 8,700 drunk driving charges against them were also arrested by ICE agents within the same time period.

Democrats in Minnesota are trying to ensure that they can perpetuate themselves into power by encouraging every means possible to facilitate illegal immigration. Extending drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens is just one of the ways they are doing so. 

With majorities in the State House (70-64) and State Senate (34-33), Democrats in Minnesota are wasting no time to transform the state, which has grown more competitive due to the white working class realignment. Mass migration is their tool to ensure that Minnesota never goes back into the Republican column.

If Minnesota wants to be a competitive state for Republicans, they must do everything possible to contain mass migration.

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