Alabama senator Katie Britt has introduced an idea – What do you think?

With the U.S. border being inundated with illegaI migrants flowing through at record levels. U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) led a coalition of RepubIicans on the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration on Tuesday to introduce the Citizens Ballot Protection Act

The Act is a companion bill to H.R.4316 originaIIy introduced by U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover), reported on by 1819 News last week. The bills would ensure states can verify that onIy American citizens vote in federal elections. Palmer’s success in the House last week and Britt’s charge in the Senate puts the issue one step cIoser to being law.

In recent years, states like Maryland, Vermont and New York have passed legisIation allowing noncitizens to vote in local elections. Washington, D.C. recently decided to allow noncitizens who have been residents for only 30 days or more to vote in local elections starting in 2024.

A Sick Dog Dumped In Freezing Weather Who Kept Crawling And Trying To Keep Warm

No pup should ever know how heartbreaking it feels to be betrayed by their owners and to be left at the mercy of the streets.

Unfortunately, it’s a sad reality for many dogs.

Pick was one of the canines who ended up on the streets, feeling rejected and unloved. Heartless people dumped him at a local market in the freezing weather.

Trembling with cold, he crawled and tried to find a warm shelter.

Every time he saw people walking past him, he looked at them with his sad eyes as if he was begging them to help him.

Sadly, the passers-by failed to find compassion in their hearts and come to his aid.

After realizing that the people ignored him because he was sick, the pup started losing hope.

Little did he know that his life would soon change in ways he couldn’t even imagine.

Helping The Little Pup

A kind woman who visited the local market noticed the abandoned pup.

Her heart sank when she saw the terrible state he was in. The dog’s eyes were filled with hopelessness and sorrow. He had no fur on his wrinkled skin.

The compassionate human lifted the little canine from the cold concrete and he hid in her shopping bag. He felt scared.

The woman took him home and gave him a bath, hoping that he would feel better.

She drove the pup to the vet for a thorough medical examination.

He was diagnosed with a severe skin disease, and he needed to be quarantined.

The dog’s legs were deformed. The vet reassured the rescuer that the pup would make a full recovery as soon as he got enough calcium.

The Dog Begins Fighting For His Recovery

The good woman brought the little canine home. She and her family showered him with a lot of love and positive affirmations.

She decided to name him Pick and give him a forever home.

The dog felt grateful to his new mom for giving him a second chance at life.

Pick felt determined to fully recover. His skin was itchy, but he never complained. His mom’s love gave him the strength to keep on fighting.

She often took him outside so that he could get natural calcium.

Pick made an effort to walk again. He often stumbled, but he refused to give up.

Little by little, he started feeling better.

Two weeks after his rescue, Pick regained his strength. He started running and smiling more.

He brought a lot of happiness to his mom. Every time she returned home from work, Pick welcomed her, wagging his tail.

His legs recovered completely.

Pick Turns Into A Healthy And Handsome Pup

A month and a half later, the dog’s fur grew back. Pick became a handsome pup. He felt confident and happy, and his eyes shone brighter than ever.

His mom took him swimming for the first time in his life. Pick enjoyed it, and he couldn’t stop smiling.

Pick lives the life of his dreams with his mom, who loves him infinitely.

He went from an unwanted and sick pup whom everyone ignored to a healthy and happy pup.

Many thanks to his incredible mom for showing compassion to Pick when nobody else wanted to help him and for giving him all her love.

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