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    Hillary Fears Latinos Won’t Respond to Census With Citizenship Question

    Hillary Fears Latinos Won’t Respond to Census With Citizenship Question

    Why wouldn’t they respond, Hillary?

    Published 24 hours ago on Apr 24, 2019
    By Tom Pappert




    Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton expressed fear that Latinos would
    not respond to the United States census if it asked whether the respondents were United States citizens.

    Hilariously, Clinton wrote in a tweet that including a citizenship question on the census “would undoubtedly lead Latino and other residents to avoid responding” to the government request for information. Ironically, this response from Clinton would seem to imply a significant number of Latino respondents to the census are, in fact, illegal immigrants.President Donald J. Trump’s administration has suggested a question regarding U.S. citizenship be added to the census so illegal immigrants are not considered when determining how many electoral votes and congressmen should be assigned to each state. Many conservatives fear that Democrat-majority states receive additional votes in the electoral college and Congress because their census responses are inflated by illegal immigrants.Clinton seems entirely aware of this situation, as no lawful resident of the United States, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or racial makeup, should object to affirming their citizenship status to the government.
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    Adding a citizenship question to the Census would undoubtedly lead Latino and other residents to avoid responding. The resulting count would be inaccurate, unfair, and unrepresentative—a failure of democracy with real consequences for states and communities.

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    The Supreme Court is poised to agree with President Trump on the potential censorship question. As it was debated in the Supreme Court, the liberal justices asked a plethora of questions regarding its implications, while the conservative judges, who hold a thin majority, have remained largely silent. A federal judge echoed Clinton’s fears about the ability for illegal immigrants to move the political needle in the United States earlier this year.
    Big League Politics reported:
    On Wednesday March 7, Judge Richard Seeborg argues that adding this question “threatens the very foundation of our democratic system.”Seeborg continued, asserting that the “commerce secretary’s decision to add the question was arbitrary and capricious and would violate a constitutional requirement that the census count everyone in the country.” According to Seeborg, evidence shows that this question would a create a significant undercount of non-citizens and Latinos. Seeborg’s statements on Wednesday made him the second judge to declare the Trump adminis
    Seeborg’s statements on Wednesday made him the second judge to declare the Trump administration’s census decision to be illegal. A federal judge in New York blocked the administration from adding the citizenship question from the census. As a result, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed last month to review that decision.
    The Democrats are betraying their true intentions when it comes to the citizenship question. They clearly want illegal immigrants to be counted as United States citizens, as they are more likely to appear in Democrat-held states where sanctuary cities are common. This, in turn, gives the Democrats more political power in Congress and the Electoral College.

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    Why is it OK for the IRS to ask people their legal status but not the Commerce Department on the census?

    Absurdities peddled by progressives.


    May 1, 2019

    By Jack Hellner

    Most journalists and other Democrats say it is racist and unfair to ask on the census form whether people living in the United States are here legally.
    The ACLU, in its arguments to the court, says you can't ask the question because we are a nation of laws. Is that a joke? You can't ask people if they have violated our laws because we are a nation of laws?



    Court Blocks Trump's Plan to Add a Citizenship Question to 2020 Census
    A federal court has blocked the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, stating that it constitutes an "egregious" violation of federal law. The ruling deals a serious blow to the administration's plan to use the 2020 census to attack the financial and political resources of immigrants and communities of color.
    In a decision released Tuesday, Judge Jesse M. Furman determined that the Trump administration's attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, "would undermine the proposition — central to the rule of law — that ours is a government of laws[.]
    I wonder why it is OK for the Department of Treasury to ask people who are filing tax returns whether they are here illegally or not because illegal aliens aren't eligible for certain tax credits. We are told how much illegal aliens contribute to our economy and how much in taxes they pay, and they are asked the question. Why would these people not be scared to answer the question on tax returns but be scared to answer the question on a census form?
    It appears, from the following list of government assistance programs and tax credits that illegal aliens are not eligible for, that many government agencies must ask the question about legal status:
    Can Undocumented Immigrants [sic] File Taxes?
    Unauthorized immigrants [sic] typically aren't eligible for federal benefits. Following is a summary of the federal benefits in terms of their relationship to undocumented immigrants [sic]:

    • Refundable Tax Credits – Ineligible for most tax credits. ITIN holders with U.S. children can receive the Child Tax Credit
    • Pell Grants & Student Loans – Ineligible
    • Unemployment Insurance – Ineligible
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) – Ineligible
    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – Ineligible
    • Social Security – Ineligible
    • Medicaid – Emergency Services Only
    • Health Care Premium and Cost-Sharing Assistance – Ineligible
    • Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) – No federal care; some states cover for labor and delivery, prenatal, and postpartum care
    Shouldn't everyone be curious where illegal aliens live, how many there are, and how much they cost or contribute? Should states that enforce the immigration laws that Congress passed lose representation in Congress to states that refuse to follow the laws of the land?
    Journalists and other Democrats fight the census question in the same way they fight sensible photo ID laws that most of the public supports. They know that government agencies throughout the country require photo IDs for many things that everyone needs in his daily life. But somehow they maintain that it is discriminatory to require a photo ID to vote. There is only one reason not to require a photo ID to vote, and that is that the Democrats would like the opportunity to manipulate elections. Let's call it vote-harvesting.
    How Ballot-Harvesting Became The New Way To Steal An Election
    America's electoral obsession isn't Russian meddling anymore. It's ballot-harvesting, a long-disputed practice implicated in fraud that's come to the fore with the nationwide embrace of absentee voting in recent years — and especially in last month's midterms.
    With ballot-harvesting, paper votes are collected by intermediaries who deliver them to polling officials, presumably increasing voter turnout but also creating opportunities for mischief.
    To show how disingenuous Democrats are on photo IDs, they call laws to require the ID racist and voter suppression but require photo IDs at their conventions.
    Democrats call Alabama's voter ID law 'racist' but require DNC delegates to show ID to vote
    In a twist of irony, the Democratic National Convention is requiring delegates to show photo ID to receive their official credentials. While the Democrats require an ID to get into their convention, they have consistently fought against voter ID laws requiring citizens to show one when they vote.
    I would ask the Supreme Court justices, the ACLU, other judges, professors, journalists, and other Democrats why it is OK for the IRS and other federal agencies to ask people their legal status but not the Commerce Department for the census. Also why is it OK for federal and state government agencies to require photo IDs for many things but somehow not to vote?

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    The states need to audit all these programs and boot them OFF our benefits!

    Deport the illegal alien parents WITH their minor children.
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