For all of you lefties and RINOs out there so concerned about North Carolina’s “brand,” check out what tired, OLD Elaine Marshall is up to:
North Carolina is allowing illegal immigrants to become notaries public and The Daily Caller has exclusive video showing it.
In the video, a citizen journalist visits a travel agency in North Carolina and asks a notary public there how she got her certification. While non-citizens can become notaries public, instead of sending papers showing her legal residency she sent her Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) work authorization. TheDC has reviewed a photo of the woman’s driver’s license which also signifies that she is an illegal immigrant. […]
That’s right. People who have used fraud and deception to enter and STAY in this country are now empowered by The State of North Carolina to prevent fraud and deception in business practices. MORE:
[…] North Carolina’s Secretary of State has been allowing illegal immigrants to become notaries public since President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty in 2012. According to North Carolina state law to become a notary public, one must “reside legally in the United States.”
While, the Department of Homeland Security says, “deferred action does not confer lawful status upon an individual, nor does it excuse any previous or subsequent periods of unlawful presence.”
Jan Ting, professor of Law at Temple University, told TheDC: “I think North Carolina’s position probably reflects the current state of the law. The outrage here is DACA which gives illegal aliens work authorization. Aliens who have work authorization generally cannot be discriminated against in hiring, even by state government. There are exceptions, like police officers, and maybe school teachers, but the general rule is that work authorization means authorized to work!”
I have an even longer memory, much to the dismay — I’m sure — of you lefties who are currently moaning about certain Republicans not respecting election results. I’ll never forget sitting in the state board of elections hearing room in 1995, as a drive by, listening to Elaine Marshall protest her state Senate reelection defeat. She went down in November 1994 to a Republican named Dan Page, who spent little to no money and hardly campaigned.
Elaine does not respect election results.