Voracious Dems Vote In Favor Of Illegal Migrants’ Interference In Elections

“Most Americans are still unaware that the census counts ALL people, including illegal immigrants, for deciding how many House seats each state gets!”

So declared Elon Musk on X, drawing attention to an unfortunate fact that many remain unaware of … Illegals actually count on the census, which is precisely why California and New York have long retained such a huge number of electoral votes.

Needless to say, Musk’s pronouncement on Twitter has shaken multiple conservatives to the core, especially following the Dems’ blatant support of illegal migrants’ interference in elections.

This blatant support was evident from the Dems’ rejection of H.R.7109, which was designed to protect election integrity.

As detailed on the official webpage for Congress, H.R.7109, also known as the “Equal Representation Act,” was created “to require a citizenship question on the decennial census, to require reporting on certain census statistics, and to modify apportionment of Representatives to be based on United States citizens instead of all individuals.”

Rather sensible, isn’t it?

In fact, so sensible that all the Dems voted against it, with the Republicans barely prevailing in a final 206-202 count.

“Unanimous Democrat opposition to requiring citizenship for apportionment of House seats and Presidential electoral college votes says it all … The Democratic Party goal is to disenfranchise US citizens by importing as many illegal immigrants as possible,” Musk added.

Yes. And then the Dems wonder why more and more conservatives are (very rightfully) afraid of their very real replacement of American citizens.

In essence, H.R.7109 was designed to account for a serious anomaly in the current census practices.

The Census Bureau provides substantial insight into apportionment, starting with a basic definition of the key concept.

“Apportionment is the process of dividing the 435 memberships, or seats, in the U.S. House of Representatives among the 50 states based on the apportionment population counts from the decennial census,” the official webpage states.

With regards to who is included in the apportionment count, it is rather clear that illegals “count” towards the totals.

“The apportionment population count for each of the 50 states includes the state’s total resident population plus a count of the overseas federal employees (and their dependents living with them overseas) who have that state listed as their home state in their employers’ administrative records,” the website helpfully adds.

And what does that mean?

Perhaps Representative Thomas Massie stated it the best.

“And House seats determine how many votes each state has in the electoral college. So although illegal aliens don’t vote, they can determine the outcome of Presidential races. Kentucky has 6 representatives, but California likely has 6 extra seats due to illegal immigration!” Massie declared.

Seriously.

Musk also sounded the alarm on the dire implications of the Dems’ blatant replacement of Americans with illegals.

“Given the massive influx of illegals from every country on Earth, 2024 will probably be the last election actually decided by US citizens,” Musk ominously intoned.

Which is precisely why the nation is in need of Trump’s leadership once again … not only to make America great, but also safe.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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