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Encouraging Illegal Voting- Proof

Amidst the outcry from Democrats asserting that non-citizen voting is prohibited and that non-citizens lack the capacity to vote, a startling revelation has emerged: has uncovered evidence of an NGO in Mexico actively instructing illegal immigrants to cast ballots for Biden upon crossing into the United States.

The current discussion centers on allegations against a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Mexico, the Resource Center Matamoros, for reportedly distributing flyers encouraging illegal immigrants to support President Joe Biden in the upcoming 2024 election. The flyers allegedly urge individuals to vote for President Biden upon their arrival in the United States, stating, "Reminder to vote for President Biden when you are in the United States. We need another four years of his term to stay open." This development has triggered extensive debate and raised concerns regarding the possibility of foreign interference in the election process.

The Oversight Project, affiliated with The Heritage Foundation, has shed light on this issue, with the flyers uncovered by Muckraker. The flyers were discovered at various locations within the Resource Center Matamoros, situated in Tamaulipas, Mexico, adjacent to Brownsville, Texas. Described as a facility offering legal aid and support in obtaining official documents for employment and integration into Matamoros, the center assists migrants awaiting access to the asylum process in the United States.

The Resource Center Matamoros has close ties with the Mexican government and has been actively lobbying U.S. lawmakers. The founder and executive director, Gaby Zavala, has even partnered with community organizations to brief members of Congress about the humanitarian crisis at the Mexico-Texas border.

Critics argue that these actions could be interpreted as encouraging illegal voting and interfering with the U.S. electoral process. This controversy comes at a time when the Biden administration is under scrutiny for its handling of immigration policies and border security, with some sources claiming over 7.2 million migrants have illegally crossed the U.S. border since Biden took office.

As the 2024 election approaches, this issue is likely to remain a focal point, with potential implications for both U.S. immigration policies and the integrity of the electoral process.

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