I'm not backing down, I never wanted a census question! What census question? What kind of monster would dare ask poor immigrants about their citizenship? Oh give us your poor tired masses!
Only the ones that yearn to be free, not the assholes from feudal hellholes that just want cell phones and shoes.I'm not backing down, I never wanted a census question! What census question? What kind of monster would dare ask poor immigrants about their citizenship? Oh give us your poor tired masses!
Well if you can get a good estimate you'll know how many traps to set and will be able to budget accordingly. Not as fun as doing this though...I mean, it's kinda hard to count illegals, isn't it?
It's like trying to count how many rats are infesting your house.
Hope the problem will go away while swaying them to vote for you against the racist orange man and his white legion.The question on the census is not the point of this thing, IMO. The idea is to expose as many people as possible who want to cover up the number of illegal immigrants in the country. Why don't they want the question to be asked? People will wonder.
To be fair, a few of them do have a pretty strong work ethic. I've lived in rural areas my entire life and its generally pretty difficult to find whites or blacks to strip tobacco in Kentucky or tile roofs in Nevada all day and show up reliably. They might not always do the best quality work (Nobody can strip baccer better than a red-faced white guy with a beer belly and wearing an IH-Case ballcap) but they still do work and they're usually more reliable than the locals.Funny enough if the illegals had any work ethic we wouldn't have such a problem.
Note you never heard about Nazi infiltration in the 50's and yet it still happened. And 50 years later we're still sucking kraut dick because they helped Buzz, Neil, et al get to the moon.
It's not done yet.For anyone who doesn't like rifling through jargon, what this means is that the citizenship question isn't going to be on the 2020 Census, because the Supreme Court completely fucked that with their ruling, so fair enough. Everyone could sit around and scream about how unfair it was or how dumb the ruling was, but that doesn't change the outcome either way. With this executive order, that doesn't really matter now.
Every department and agency in the federal government will need to provide the Department of Commerce with all requested records regarding the number of citizens and non-citizens in the country, and then the Census Bureau can use this information along, with information collected through the questionnaire, to create the official census. This basically means that the functionality of the question is going to be a part of the census whether they like it or not, it won't even need to be a part of the actual questionnaire to do it, and it will actually be more accurate for it, since it's very easy to just lie or fail to hand in the census.
The census is fairly bare-bones, all things considered, but just sit back for a minute and think about all of the programs that illegals have available to them in sanctuary states and havens like California, and imagine all of the intricate, detailed paperwork that's covered in their names and exactly what they've been up to, where they've been working, how much money they're receiving in benefits, etc. All of that information is going to be used "against them" now. I'm just sitting here and pondering why it is that no one ever thought to try this before rather than to beat their faces against the Census Question Wall.
We've had the capability to do this the entire time, why didn't we?
I personally choose to believe that the 4D chess thing is just a meme and Trump just happens to randomly move his pieces around the board until suddenly his opponent is in check, over and over again, through a bizarre combination of confidence and luck.Was this... 4d chess?
Like... Trump didn't really want the question, he just wanted the SCOTUS to say that it was legal or something, so they could do this weird information sharing that would be even bigger, badder, and more accurate then a questionaire people could lie on?
Be that as it may, the fact is the government was told that it can go and gather citizenship data for the census by SCOTUS. They were just told it couldn't be through a question.I personally choose to believe that the 4D chess thing is just a meme and Trump just happens to randomly move his pieces around the board until suddenly his opponent is in check, over and over again, through a bizarre combination of confidence and luck.
I mean, not that it isn't fun to imagine that he's some grand Chessmaster playing a game on a level the dems can't even comprehend. It's just more fun to imagine that he's managing to win despite not knowing for sure how the pieces are supposed to move or what the victory conditions actually look like.