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Poll: Increasing Immigration, Giving Illegals Right to Vote Most Unpopular 2020 Political Positions
Increasing illegal and legal immigration to the United States is the most unpopular position a 2020 presidential candidate can take, as well as giving illegal aliens the right to vote, according to a new poll.
The latest Harvard/Harris Poll finds that 2020 presidential candidates who want to increase overall immigration to the U.S. — while the country already admits 1.5 million foreign nationals every year — are the least likely to win over American voters.
When all U.S. voters were asked which position would make them the most unlikely to vote for a 2020 presidential candidate, “opening our borders to many more immigrants” topped the list with 64 percent. Here, from Breitbart News
July 12, 2019
Princeton Policy Study: 300,000 Illegal Immigrant Kids Will Enroll in School in a Few Weeks
The continued border crossings of illegal aliens from Central America into the U.S. will lead to hundreds of thousands of people being released into this country under “catch and release,” according to Princeton Policy Advisors.
This will most likely cause a drain on our school system to the tune of 300,000 illegal students enrolled.
“We anticipate more than 700,000 migrants will successfully enter the country, increasing the unauthorized Hispanic population by nearly 10 percent,” the organization reportedly wrote in a memo. Read the rest here.
“Fewer than 10% of border surge cases from N. Triangle countries are found qualified for asylum” – “85% have been ordered removed in absentia”
Acting ICE Director Matthew Albence in a media conference call, July 23, 2019 – as reported by CIS’s Jessica Vaughn
July 23, 2019 BY JEFFREY M. JONES
Mentions of Immigration as Top Problem Surpass Record High
- 27% identify immigration as the most important U.S. problem
- Surpasses record 23% naming the issue in June
- A small number of issues have ever eclipsed 27% mentions since 2001
- More here.
Unless scrubbed clean, US voter lists invite major fraud
“As noted repeatedly in this space, voter fraud is very real, despite howls to the contrary by ideological leftists and their media echo chamber. As Hemingway reminds us, the willful blindness to voter registration problems conducive to fraud was a deliberate strategy of the Obama administration.” Here.
From PJ Media, February, 2018
Fertility extremely high in the least-educated parts of the world with the worst governance and the poorest growth prospects
“According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, 68 million people around the world are or at risk of becoming refugees. The migration of a few million people has already turned the European Union inside out and motivated the election of an America-first presidency. What we have seen so far, though, is nothing compared to what is to come.” More here.
“There are always far more qualified applicants than HUD can serve at its existing funding level, but if the regulatory impact analysis (RIA) for a recent HUD proposed rule is to be believed, perhaps $210 million, or about 1 percent of program funds, are directed to “mixed” households with at least one individual who isn’t a United States citizen or eligible resident alien. The amount of HUD money that HUD itself estimates is going to 31,811 ineligible (“likely illegal resident”) individuals is $60.4 million each year.” Here.