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Illegal Immigration Will Be the Main Issue For 2024 – Opinion

There have been more than 8.5 million illegal immigrant encounters at our southern border since Biden became President

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By Jamie Miller

Biden is in quicksand, and there’s nothing he nor any other credible democrat candidate can do to get out of it.

There have been more than 8.5 million illegal immigrant encounters at our southern border since Biden became President, with 300,000 in December 2023 alone. Some predict it is closer to 10 million, but let’s use the official number of 8.5 million for the sake of this blog.

At 8.5 million people, if we created a 51st state called the “State of Illegal Immigration,” it would be the 12th most populated state in the union, larger than the state of Washington and just one month away from surpassing the state of Virginia for 11th most populated. At this rate, by the time Pres. Biden gets voted out of office in January 2025; this hypothetical state will have nearly 12.5 million people, making it the 6th most populated state in the union, surpassing Ohio, and will be more populated than 11 of the least populated states.

To put this in a political perspective, the state of illegal immigration will elect 15 members to the U.S. House. But we haven’t put illegals in one state, so politically, it is much, much worse. By dispersing illegal immigrants, they will now impact dozens if not more than 100 U.S. House seats.

It is time for citizens to recognize the difference between “Human” and “Constitutional” Rights. Human rights are governed by the United Nations and apply to humans throughout the world, including children – the right not to be enslaved, the right not to be trafficked, and the right not to be tortured. Too many mistake human rights with U.S. Constitutional Rights which are specific to adult U.S. Citizens which include the right to free speech, the right to bear arms, the right to vote, and the right to protest our government. Illegal immigrants who happen to be in the U.S. don’t have any more rights in the U.S. than a tourist who happens to be visiting from Germany. We need to add “being counted in the Census” as a right specific to U.S. Citizens because so much federal money is determined by the Census including skewing the makeup of citizen representatives in the U.S. House.

Jamie Miller’s website is resonablearugments.com



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