Traitorous NY Assembly Passes Bill Allowing Illegal Immigrants to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

You read it here first: America is no longer a country it is an economic zone.

The New York State Assembly on Wednesday passed legislation granting illegal immigrants the right to obtain a driver’s license by presenting foreign documentation.

The “Green Light” bill, which passed 86–50 along party lines, must now pass the state senate before moving to the desk of Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo, who has said he would sign it.

“This legislation is in the best interest of the entire state of New York,” said one of the bill’s sponsors, Assemblyman Marcos Crespo (D., Bronx), according to the New York Post . “It is more beneficial to communities outside the City of New York — where transportation is fully accessible in our neighborhoods — as opposed to communities on Long Island and in upstate. There are clear economic gains for the state of New York, there are great revenues coming to our rural communities.”

This is the inevitable GLOBALIZATION…

No, this is POS Democrats who run their states, spitting in the face of federal law.

NY and Cali don’t represent America. If AG Barr had a hair on his arse he would prosecute governors and lawmakers under a ton of federal laws dealing with illegal aliens; enticing them, harboring them, helping them… …there are federal laws against all of that

@Triangle This has passed in the house, it’s future is uncertain in the senate. But why would the governor be deserving criticism or prosecution by the AG. If this passes the senate and Cuomo signs it, it becomes state law and the legal process has been followed. What’s wrong with that. Usually the right is very pro states rights…:man_shrugging:

Start with them being citizens of foreign countries who are not legally entitled to be in the United States.


But neither republicans nor democrats care about that. If you read the article, they estimate nearly half a million of them, mostly driving in rural New York, working cheap picking vegetables and doing other jobs Americans won’t do for the wage. There’s plenty of blame and excuses to go around.

Good. Let them get licenses. Then we know where they live for physical removal purposes.

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But that’s not going to happen…

Yeah - just like it was her turn and Trump had zero chance of becoming POTUS. When we finally get someone in office who will actually carry out the MAGA agenda…it will happen. They will be physically removed.

Or - when the collapse happens we can do the job ourselves. I prefer the latter.

What polling ever depicted Trump with a “zero” percentage chance of winning…?

Since it violates the Real ID provisions of federal law cut off all federal funds to NY and no longer allow a NY ID to be used to vote or obtain a passport.

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That’s not going to happen and it’s amazing that people supported Trump thinking he was going to deport 20, 30 or 40 million people, run balanced budgets, pay off the ND, lock her up, build a “big beautiful wall”, be to busy to ever go golfing and all the other fantasies that put him in office…

At least we’re not still throwing a tantrum because Hillary lost.

My NY assembly representative voted Nay.

I live in the part of NY state that is generally conservative. The city is always pushing their views on us.

Obviously New York is extending a sense of legal status to them with this move…IF it actually becomes law.

NY isn’t an independent nation, they cannot grant citizenship or legal status to anyone.

Driving is a human right and not a privilege anymore.
Say hello to rising insurance rates and dmv fees.

And if they do it will be the 13th State to grant this level of legalization to the undocumented. Maybe one day the whole country does…:wink:

The notion is hardly anything new…:man_shrugging:

Freedom of movement , mobility rights , or the right to travel is a human rights concept encompassing the right of individuals to travel from place to place within the territory of a country,[1] and to leave the country and return to it. The right includes not only visiting places, but changing the place where the individual resides or works.[1][2]