The New York Is Home Act, Giving Illegals the Rights of Citizens
As reported on Yahoo News!, a New York Senator named Gustavo Rivera, is attempting to push a bill through the New York Senate that would essentially give illegal aliens living in New York City and State many of the rights we as citizens are awarded. One of these rights includes the right to vote in both local and state elections. Senator Rivera explains, “Nearly 3 million people in the state of New York currently reside here and make New York their home, but can’t fully participate in civic, political, and economic life.”
What the senator fails to touch on is the fact that these individuals are here illegally. As a result they are not to be awarded the same rights of a citizen. We are quickly becoming a nation of residents as one of my favorite radio talk show hosts, Andrew Wilkow, loves to say. This government under Obama is blurring the line between the citizen and the illegal alien in an effort to make us a nation of residents. This will in turn give them the millions of votes they need to keep their foothold in Washington.
People throughout the country are beginning to wake up to the antics of Obama and is cronies. This is why we are seeing their political machine going into overdrive. They are flooding the southern border with illegal immigrant children in an effort to overwhelm the system. They are also attempting to play on the heart strings of Americans as they pit these children against the American people. This tactic is no different than ones used by dictators throughout history, just look at what Hitler did during the time of Nazi Germany as he pitted the children against the people and indoctrinated them into believing his rhetoric. This is playing out before our very eyes and many are too stupid to even realize it.
Mr. Rivera also goes on to explain, “With failure at the national level on comprehensive immigration reform, the question we have asked is what can states do?” Well Mr. Rivera the states cannot do a single thing as policies with regards immigration and naturalization fall strictly within the confines of the federal government. Section 1 of the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” There you go Mr. Rivera, you and your state cannot do a single thing with regards to immigration and if you attempt to do so you should be impeached from office and thrown in prison.
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