Elon Musk Is Right And The NY Times Is Wrong About Illegal Voting By Non-Citizens

Article originally appeared on www.zerohedge.com.

Authored by James D. Agresti via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

In a recent trio of posts to X, Elon Musk wrote that (1) illegal immigrants “are not prevented from voting in federal elections,” (2) “you don’t need government issued ID to vote,” and (3) Democrats “are importing voters.”

Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla and owner of social media platform X, in a file photo. (Frederic Legrand/Shutterstock)

To rebut those statements, The New York Times (NYT) published an article by Jim Rutenberg and Kate Conger claiming that Mr. Musk is “spreading election misinformation” about “illegal voting by noncitizens” and echoing a “conspiracy theory” spread by former President Donald Trump.

Although Mr. Musk’s words are imprecise, the gist of what he wrote is correct, and The NYT is categorically wrong.

Illegal Voter Registration

In response to Mr. Musk’s first two points, The NYT argues that “federal law requires identification verification …

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