Judge Andrew Napolitano says Voting is NOT a “Fundamental Right”

In an interesting conversation about California’s recently passed “Motor Voter Law” which allows citizens to register to vote when acquiring or renewing their driver’s license. The biggest drawback to the new law is that it leaves a massive loophole for illegal immigrants to become voters simply because they’ve gotten a driver’s license.

Judge Napolitano outlines exactly why the entire process is going to cause many more problems than it might solve.

Is it a fundamental right that comes from our humanity like thought and speech and association and worship and self-defense? Or is it a privilege given by the government? In my view, the Supreme Court has wrongly said it’s a fundamental right. And once it said that, states like California decided to allow people to vote who aren’t qualified by law to vote because of the fundamental aspect.