Already American Citizens

“President Joe Biden is taking executive action to protect undocumented spouses of American citizens,” NBC reports, “a move that would shield about 500,000 immigrants from deportation.” As legal immigrants and legitimate citizens should know, this is old news.

“You know, 11 million people live in the shadows. I believe they’re already American citizens,” said Vice President Biden in 2014.  As he had to know, according to current law they aren’t American citizens, and the number is also wrong. More than 22 million people are illegally present in the United States, according to a 2021 study by scholars at MIT and Yale. Pew Research pegged the figure at 11 million, and for years it stood as the official count. Eleven million is more like the number illegally present in California alone.

When he announced a lawsuit against the Trump administration in 2019, attorney general Xavier Becerra displayed a sign claiming “10 million “immigrants” in California. The Golden State protects illegals from deportation, even the violent criminals among them. When they get their driver’s license, the DMV automatically registers them to vote. The millions of illegals function as an imported electorate, kept in line by politiqueros, who bribe and threaten them to vote for Democrats.

Biden seeks to establish a similar dynamic nationwide, and has brought in, by some counts, 10 million illegals, violent criminals among them.  One of them, a Salvadoran criminal calling himself  Victor Martinez-Hernandez, recently raped and murdered Rachel Morin, a mother of five. At this writing, Biden has yet to name or condemn the killer and refuses to shut down the border, which he claims is secure.

The Delaware Democrat believes illegals are already American citizens. As in 2014 Biden wants them to vote, and his imported electorate could possibly tip the scales in November. In Orwellian terms, think of Biden stomping on Americans’ faces for another four years.

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