President Trump is like a wrecking ball, destroying all the horrible things Obama did during his eight-year reign.
Democrats don’t like this one bit and have been fighting him tooth and nail.
But Trump is about to get his biggest win yet and it will doom the Democrats.
The best hope that Democrats have to deal with President Trump is destroying him electorally.
They can’t impeach him, as they have been trying to do.
So they are waiting for 2020 to go all in, with what is sure to be the dirtiest election in decades, maybe ever.
Democrats are gearing up for 2020 and beyond to ensure that nobody like President Trump will ever serve in office again.
And they have an insidious plan to do that, and it involved the U.S. census.
In 2020 the U.S. will conduct its census, asking every household in America a number of questions.
Prior to the 1960’s, one of those questions has been about U.S. citizenship, which is a way to differentiate legal citizens from non-citizens in households.
But left-wing efforts have had that question stripped from the census for decades.
And President Trump is now working to bring it back, despite intense opposition.
Democrats have good reason to fight the inclusion of a citizenship question.
With the rise of sanctuary cities, there are droves of illegal immigrants living inside Democrat strongholds.
If the citizenship question is in the census, those people will list themselves as such.
And with the census being the main factor in drawing congressional districts, they will not have a factor in the representation in that area.
Therefore, those areas won’t be able to inflate their representation by using illegal immigrants.
This is the real reason Democrats are opposing this move.
They know that without illegal immigrants being a factor, sanctuary cities, which are largely run by Democrats, will lose representation they don’t deserve.
So Democrat groups are suing the Trump administration to keep the question off the census.
With the census being just months away from going to the printer, their lawsuits are being fast-tracked all the way to the Supreme Court.
And with Trump’s wins on the Supreme Court, with two new Justices in his first term, the question is almost certainly going to go on the census.
Chief Justice Roberts appears to be on the side of the Trump administration, citing his reasons.
“The principal purpose is to count the population, but we’ve had demographic questions on the census,” Chief Justice John Roberts said. “I don’t know how far back, but certainly it’s quite common.”
“The questions go quite beyond how many people there are,” Roberts added, noting the census forms include questions touching finances and lifestyles.
Roberts’ argument essentially is that considering that there are other questions relating to subjects outside of population, the citizenship questions appear to be perfectly reasonable.
There is nothing out-of-line in asking about citizenship.
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