Your Department of Homeland Insecurity is approving as many naturalization cases as quickly as possible to give Hillary a win.
The Homeland Security Department is granting as many citizenship applications as it can to try to sway participation in this year’s presidential election, an internal department document shows.
An email obtained by Senate Republicans shows a Texas immigration office demanded volunteers to work weekends, hoping to get as many people onto the citizenship rolls as possible before the end of September — which would give them enough time to register to vote in November.
Democrats and immigration groups had launched a drive to try to get eligible immigrants to become citizens in time to vote for Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The advocates had a goal of registering 1 million citizens and they have created a massive backlog that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is now working through.
The memo from a branch chief at the USCIS Houston field office said in the July memo that the goal was to get as many applications approved as possible “due to the election year.”
Sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, chairmen of two committees with oversight of the Homeland Security Department, demanded answers from Secretary Jeh Johnson.
“Your department seems intent on approving as many naturalization cases as quickly as possible at a time when it should instead be putting on the brakes and reviewing past adjudications,” the two Republicans said in a letter.