BREAKING, Trump Announces Plan For Citizenship Question And It’s Dems Worst Nightmare

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President Donald Trump just gave Democrats nightmares after he explained what will be done to determine citizenship of those residing in The United States.

He explained, on Thursday, that the government will use information available from other agencies to determine citizenship along with the Census.

But the part that is going to be damaging to Democrats is that, as the president said, this information could now be used to draw redistricting maps for voting.


This is a way to put a block on any nefarious activities that have seen undocumented immigrants or ineligible voters from voting.

“Are you a citizen of the United States of America? Oh, gee, I’m sorry, I just can’t answer that question. And that’s after spending billions and billions of dollars,” he said.

“There used to be a time when you could answer questions like that very easily. There used to be a time when you could proudly declare, I am a citizen of the United States.

“Now they’re trying to erase the very existence of a very important word and a very important thing, citizenship. They’re even coming after the pledge of allegiance in Minnesota. I’m proud to be a citizen. You’re proud to be a citizen. The only people who are not proud to be citizens are the ones who are fighting us all the way about the word ‘Citizen.’”


“Today, I am here to say that we are not backing down on our effort to determine the citizenship status of the United States population.

Should the government count citizens?

“I stand before you to outline new steps my administration is taking to ensure that citizenship is counted so that we know how many citizens we have in the United States. Make sense?

“We will defend the right of the American people to know the full facts about the population, size of citizens and noncitizens in America. It is essential that we have a clear breakdown of the number of citizens and non-citizens that make up the U.S. Populations. Imperative.

“Knowing this information is vital to formulating sound public policy, whether the issue is health care, education, civil rights, or immigration. We must have a reliable count of how many citizens, noncitizens, and illegal aliens are in our country.

“The department of commerce sensibly decided to include a citizenship question in the 2020 census, as has been done many, many times throughout the history of the United States. Unfortunately, this effort was delayed by meritless litigation.

“As shocking as it may be, far-left Democrats in our country are determined to conceal the number of illegal aliens in our midst. They probably know the number is far greater, much higher than anyone would have ever believed before. Maybe that’s why they fight so hard.

“This is part of a broader left-wing effort to erode the rights of the American citizen and is very unfair to our country. The Supreme Court ultimately affirmed our right to ask the citizenship question and very strongly it was affirmed.

“But the Supreme Court also ruled that we must provide further explanation that would have produced even more litigation and considerable time delays. The case is already in three federal district courts that have been, to be totally honest, extremely unfriendly to us.

“These delays would have stopped us from completing the census on time. It’s deeply regrettable, but it will not stop us from collecting the needed information, and I think even in greater detail and more accurately.

“Therefore, we are pursuing a new option to ensure a complete and timely count of the non-citizen population. Today, I will be issuing an executive order to put this very plan into effect immediately. I’m hereby ordering every department and agency in the federal government to provide the department of commerce with all requested records regarding the number of citizens and non-citizens in our country.

“They must furnish all records in their possession immediately. We will utilize these vast federal databases to gain a full, complete, and accurate count of the non-citizen population, including databases maintained by the department of homeland security and the social Security administration. We have great knowledge in many of our agencies. We will leave no stone unturned.

“The census bureau projected that using previously available records, it could determine citizenship for 90% of our population or more. With today’s executive order, which eliminates long-standing obstacles to data sharing, we’re aiming to count everyone.

“Ultimately, this will allow us to have an even more complete count of citizens than through asking the single question alone. It will be, we think, far more accurate. The census bureau can use this information along with information collected through the questionnaire to create the official census.

“In other words, as a result of today’s executive order, we will be able to ensure the 2020 census generates an accurate account of how many citizens, noncitizens, and illegal aliens are in the United States of America. Not too much to ask.

“This will greatly inform a wide array of public policy decisions. This information is also relevant to administering our elections. Some states may want to draw state and local legislative districts, based upon the voter eligible population.

“Indeed, the same day the supreme Court handed down the census decision, it also said it would not review certain types of districting decisions, which could encourage states to make such decisions based on voter eligibility.

“With today’s order, we will collect Alls of the information we need to conduct an accurate census and to make responsibility decisions about public policy, voting rights, and representation in Congress. In every we do, we will faithfully represent the people of the United States of America.

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