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Title: We’re supposed to believe that only 11 million illegal immigrants are in the USA and that the number has been the same since 2003
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URL Source: https://www.americanthinker.com/blo ... _been_the_same_since_2003.html
Published: Feb 13, 2021
Author: William Campenni
Post Date: 2021-02-13 07:40:42 by Ada
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Comments: 3

Some numbers are constants, a fixed numeric value established by physics, mathematics, geometry, law, literature, or logic. They never change. For example, À (pi, 3.1416), the Ten Commandments, the Three Musketeers, 12 inches in a foot, and 11 million illegal aliens.

That’s right, eleven million illegal aliens in the United States. In recent years we have seen once-immutable values changed before our eyes – nine planets, two sexes, and more. But since 2003, the number of unauthorized aliens present, illegally (need to emphasize that), in our supposedly sovereign nation has been wired in at 11 million. With little sense of media curiosity, or fact checking, that number, primarily sourced by a left-leaning research group (Pew) and copied by others, has remained a constant.

For nearly two decades now we must believe that the waves of unconstrained illegal entries in the Bush and Obama years, the unenforced overstays, and the catch-and-release judicial free passes have not altered the number one digit. Pew, the Census Bureau, even some supposedly anti-immigration groups like the Center for Immigration Studies, suggest the mostly unchecked inflow has somehow been balanced by some unknown depopulation. We must have missed the plague that has selectively decimated the illegal populace, or the traffic jams that choked the southbound Rio Grande bridges.

With Joe Biden now in the White House, probably wondering where, and the open-borders Democrats in complete control of the government, that supposedly fixed number of illegal aliens has now become a coefficient for legislative policy and executive action. The Democrat puppeteers who pull Biden’s strings are going to make them all citizens – vote wielding, job stealing, crime concealing, welfare dealing citizens. That’s 11 million of them, the eighth largest state, matching Ohio’s 18 Electoral College votes. That’s what’s coming, and there’s not much you can do about it.

Bad as that outcome may seem, it will probably be much worse. Credible analyses, using additional and more reliable data, have computed estimates of 20 million and more likely 25-30 million illegals already inside the borders. And even that could be low. Liberal judges have decreed that you can’t even ask one’s citizen status on the Census questionnaire.

The Census and Pew use methodology that would embarrass an honest statistician. It goes like this: the number of illegal immigrants equals the total number of immigrants minus the number of legal immigrants. But since we don’t know the number of total immigrants because it includes an unknown number of illegal immigrants, we’ll make a guess. The fancy name for this process is called the “Residual Method of Estimation.” Real people and third grade arithmetic students would call it “a guess,” better, a WAG.

As the Biden kakistocracy rushes recklessly and gleefully into this new amnesty, let history provide a lesson. The last amnesty was in the Reagan era, the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986. The now defunct Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) officials tasked with implementing the IRCA later testified they used the Congressional claim of 800,000-1 million illegals assumed present for amnesty. Then they conservatively planned for up to 1.5 million applicants. The INS manager was later quoted, “. . . (the actual) 3.1 million applicants overall, blew our minds. The fraud in that program was out of sight!” 2.7 million eventually received amnesty, over three times the original lawmakers’ estimates. So, will the immutable 11 million candidates for amnesty today morph into 30 plus million applicants tomorrow? There is that precedent.

Under the dictatorial Biden regime, there is probably not much we can do to stop this next diminution of democracy and law. Soon there will be millions of new voters in line with us at the polls or trying to jam handfuls of harvested ballots into the unguarded mailbox. A positive note – there won’t be a need for massive vote fraud anymore.

But maybe we can try to limit the damage. If Biden, Pew, the media, and the Democrats insist that there are only those immutable 11 million illegals, then let’s limit amnesty and citizenship to that, exactly 11 million. Put it in the law. Not a single one more. The excess we are assured doesn’t exist, so let’s deport them when they come in for their naturalization certificate and voter registration card.

As the Biden amnesty works its unimpeded way toward reality, there is a deafening silence from the Republican establishment and elites. Of course, many of them are of like mind with regard to open borders and the cheap labor that their corporate and Chamber of Commerce donors relish. Ensconced in their political ramparts and secure in their gated communities, the plight of the American carpenter or the rocket scientist who will be replaced by the tens of millions of manufactured citizens is not of their concern.

The American people once thought there were only two sexes, and that the science backed them up. Soon they will learn that there aren’t just 11 million illegal aliens hiding in the shadows, but multiples more, about push them aside at the workplace, the polling place, their living space, and every facet of their lives and livelihoods.

Another numeric constant fades away for political expediency and advantage, and the ruling class doesn’t care. What’s next? 11 in a dozen? Binary means 3? À =2.36?

My two cents worth. Uh, make that three.

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

There are at the very least 1 million Hispanics in Minnesota. They have a consulate in Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Rochester. There is a pipeline of drugs from Mexico to my state as we have all the major cartels dealing here and Chicago.

They never talk about Hispanic crime here, only black and white crime. Anyone who is here as an immigrant or an illegal alien who commits a crime, they frame it like it is the city's fault by saying "A Saint Paul Man..." when in fact they had no business being here. In 2001 they were saying 11 million when in fact it was closer to 25. It is at the very least 40 million and they are outbreeding white people because apparently self loathing whites are programmed to self euthanize and go extinct.

"Call Me Ishmael" -Ishmael, A character from the book "Moby Dick" 1851. "Call Me Fishmeal" -Osama Bin Laden, A character created by the CIA, and the world's Hide And Seek Champion 2001-2011. -Tommythemadartist

TommyTheMadArtist  posted on  2021-02-13   7:58:49 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Ada (#0)

When the great, wonderful, do no wrong Reagan beat the woods for the "path to citizenship" for the wet backs. Reagan claimed that there was only about 300,000, not illegals, undocumented workers. Two years after Reagan signed the bill into law, 3,000,000 applied and got citizenship, thanks ass wipe. The real number today is about 40,000,000

Darkwing  posted on  2021-02-13   10:08:41 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: TommyTheMadArtist (#1)

In 2001 they were saying 11 million when in fact it was closer to 25. It is at the very least 40 million

Yes, probably 40-50 million illegal aliens are in the US now.

In 2004 I studied this issue earnestly for several months, and at that time the best estimate was 32 million.

StraitGate  posted on  2021-02-13   19:38:59 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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