It has just been learned that 30,000 non-U.S. citizens who were living in Colorado were sent postcards instructing them to register to vote.
This could only happen with President Biden in office.
According to Fox, Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s explained to media sources that the postcards were sent accidentally on Sept. 27 by department employees.
Griswold explained that the Department of Revenue driver’s license list included residents who were given special licenses to drive who aren’t American citizens. She added that they failed to eliminate the names of people who were non-citizens when the state sent out their postcards asking people to register to vote.
The postcards which were sent were in both English and Spanish and said that individuals must be citizens to vote and at least 18 years old.
Griswold’s office went on to say that no one who is not a U.S. citizen will be allowed to vote even if they attempt to do so.
They are now claiming that they will send notices to the 30,000 people who received the postcards to register to vote and an investigation will be launched.
Colorado’s Republican Party condemned Democrat Jena Griswold and claimed that “Jena Griswold continues to make easily avoidable errors just before ballots go out.”
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert also attacked Griswold and said, “So since this is an ‘accident’ who is going to be held accountable and when? In the real world, we hold people accountable when they mess up!”