DHS is approving as many citizenship applications as possible in an effort to directly influence the the presidential election, internal documents show.

Senate Republicans obtained an email showing a Texas immigration office demanding volunteers to work overtime in an effort to grant as many people citizenship as possible before the end of September, giving them time to register to vote before the election in November.

The July memo, from a branch chief at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s Houston office, said the goal was to approve as many citizenship applications as possible “due to the election year.”

Democrats and their pro-amnesty allies launched an effort earlier this year to help one million permanent residents become citizens and registered to vote to defeat Donald Trump, but fell almost 400,000 people short. The influx of nearly 600,000 new citizenship applications overwhelmed the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, which is now working to clear the backlog.

The newly revealed memo casts suspicion on the claim 800 illegal immigrants from countries tied to terrorism were approved for citizenship, despite being ordered out of the country, “by accident” because USCIS did not check their fingerprints.

Ironically, a similar effort to rush citizenship applications to influence an election was undertaken by President Bill Clinton prior to the 1996 election. Tens of thousands of people were granted citizenship despite criminal records, while nearly 200,000 never received fingerprint checks.

The U.S. Border Patrol has already indicated the number of families and unaccompanied minors crossing the border this year is set to exceed the total number in 2014, with most coming from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

It is no secret that globalist interests intend to use the massive influx of illegal immigration to the U.S. to create a permanent social underclass that will be used as a tool to advance their agenda.

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