Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Illegal Aliens Rule The Roost. What Happened To Our Independence?

We just celebrated the 242nd anniversary of our independence, but with illegal immigrants, aided and abetted by unelected judges, controlling our destiny, with seemingly no recourse for the American people, perhaps we are no longer an independent people after all.
Here are some of the latest immigration stories you may have missed during this holiday week:
On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Jesse M. Furman indicated during oral arguments that he would side with the liberal states suing the Department of Commerce for adding a citizenship question on the 2020 census form. He claimed the department acted “in bad faith” in the decision-making process and has ordered the government to disclose more information leading up to the decision. That random states could now take the federal government to court for including a basic citizenship question on a form used to exercise one of its most basic mandates is beyond absurd. That the inquiry into the number of citizens in this country, which serves as the foundation for an accurate snapshot of apportionment for electoral purposes, is now taboo with the courts demonstrates how we are no longer a self-governing people. Illegal aliens can enter the country at will, produce anchor babies, demand all sorts of benefits and citizenship for their kids, and then force us to count them in the Census – and federal judges will prevent us from doing anything about it.
Roger Sherman, one of the five drafters of the Declaration of Independence, which declared it our right to be governed by the consent of the governed, explained that naturalization was given to the federal government in order to prevent particular States receiving citizens, and forcing them upon others who would not have received them in any other manner.” Now courts are allowing states to become sanctuaries for illegals, count them in the Census, and then get standing to sue against the federal government for trying to identify true citizens for the purpose of reapportionment, a practice that was done until the 1950s.
Can anyone from Central America just walk across the border and demand asylum, due process, and catch-and-release, even though 90 percent of their claims are bogus? You betcha. --->
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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