Paranoid Much? NYC Municipal ID Law Has ‘Delete in Case of Tea Party’ Clause

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 at 7:11 am
Bill de Blasio

Surely nothing could go wrong here. Hand out free ID’s to illegals, some of whom could well be terrorists, and then destroy all evidence. Because Republicans, or something.

Get the shredders ready — the Tea Party could be coming.

The city’s new municipal ID program allows for personal info provided by applicants to be destroyed at the end of 2016, in case a conservative Republican wins the White House and demands the data, the law’s co-sponsor told The Post on Monday.

City Councilman Carlos Menchaca (D-Brooklyn) said the measure was crafted so data submitted by those seeking the cards can be destroyed on Dec. 31, 2016.

The cards are aimed at undocumented immigrants.

“In case a Tea Party Republican comes into office and says, ‘We want all of the data from all of the municipal ID programs in the country,’ we’re going to take the data,” he explained.

The next president assumes office Jan. 20, 2017.

“That date is an important signal to the future of immigration reform. That allows us to prepare for any new leadership,” Menchaca said.

In order to get an ID, residents must provide their names, addresses, aliases, dates of birth and other information, making it easy for the feds to identify undocumented immigrants.

Menchaca said the Obama administration has shown no interest in going after the data, but he didn’t want to take any chances on the next administration.

“Though we have not seen documents like this get requested at the level of the federal government, that could be a possibility, so that really allows us to protect the data,” he said.

They really love America, huh?

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2 Responses to “Paranoid Much? NYC Municipal ID Law Has ‘Delete in Case of Tea Party’ Clause”

  1. SNuss on 20/20/15 at 4:11 pm

    Just another, of many, examples of the Obama regime’s un-Constitutional and/or illegal acts. When will Congress live up to their oaths of office and protect this Republic, by impeaching and CONVICTING this criminal?

  2. SNuss on 20/20/15 at 4:20 pm

    Perhaps duplicates of that data should be collected and stored by a reputable agency, as it is created, to prevent, as described above. blatant illegal actions. Legal actions against those who created this policy (conspiracy charges, perhaps?) should also be pursued.