Census data reveal there are 22 million illegals living in America right now… and Democrats are working to make sure all of them can vote

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While Democrats waste time and taxpayer money lying about how President Trump committed treason — or something — during a phone call with the president of Ukraine, a far more urgent problem involving lawlessness in our own country continues to grow.

One thing Democrats accomplish by keeping the president constantly occupied with fake scandals is that it prevents POTUS (and Congress) from making any progress on campaign issues and promises — including ridding our country of people who have no legal right to be here.

Gone from the headlines and from Congress’ legislative schedule are attempts to shore up border security with new walls and fences, highlighting the lawlessness of Democrat “sanctuary city” policies, and stopping the Donkey Party from ‘legalizing’ as many illegal aliens as possible so they can eventually cast ballots for…Democrats.

A new report based on the most recent Census data show that the number of illegals living in the U.S. has been rising steadily and is far higher than the “11-12 million” figure most garbage mainstream media outlets report.

In fact, according to the UK Daily Mail, there are about 22 million people living illegally in the United States; in all, there are about 45 million foreign-born in the country out of a population of around 320 million, or roughly one-seventh of the total.

The influx of foreign-born is the greatest in more than a century, the Census Bureau notes, citing data from its American Community Survey. A record 13.7 percent of the population in 2018 were foreign born — the highest number, percentage-wise, since 1910.

But again, about half of those were listed as “not a U.S. citizen” — which could be that some, at least, are in the country as legal residents. But those figures have been fluctuating for years and trending skyward as Democrats worked to import more voters while blocking legitimate state and federal efforts to enhance border security and interior enforcement.

This huge shift in demographics will lead to political changes too

As the Daily Mail reports, citing Census data, much of the foreign-born population is concentrated just a few states, though they are the biggest:

Today’s foreign-born resident rate has surged to about one in seven in California, Texas, Florida, and New York – the nation’s largest states – where the foreign born population is 15 percent higher than it is elsewhere in America.

This research data comes as the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis released a report noting that America’s white working class is also shrinking. By 2034, the report noted, at the current influx rate of immigrants, the white working class won’t be the largest demographic group in the country.

If you think this is simply “diversity” at work and “diversity” is a good thing, consider that this influx of foreign-born will have very profound political implications. (Related: Illegal immigration costs U.S. taxpayers $155 billion per year… building a wall could pay for itself almost immediately.)

For instance, many of the people coming to the U.S. hail from countries where there are far fewer freedoms and individual rights, such as the right to keep and bear arms. Also, most of these countries have socialist-leaning economies, not a free-market economy that led the U.S. to become the world’s largest.

That is likely why, in part, recent surveys have shown an increase in support for socialism — that, and the fact that our own youth are being taught this garbage in colleges and universities (which is why Democrats back “college for all”).

Meanwhile, the vast majority of Americans are against illegal immigration. In fact, a survey from January found that only 7 percent believe the issue is no big deal.

“Amid non-stop news coverage of the President Trump’s battle to fund a border wall and the Central American caravan, the poll suggests that public worry is pronounced — almost two-thirds say illegal immigration is a serious problem, with some predictable partisan divides,” the Washington Times reported.

Huge demographic changes are coming to America, bringing with it profound political changes, if Trump is unsuccessful in halting Democrat immigration importation.

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