Illegal Immigration: It’s Where We Save or Lose the Country

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from Rush Limbaugh,

So, we’re going back here, a little bit of a flashback. “Modern Immigration Wave Brings 59 Million to U.S., Driving Population Growth and Change Through 2065.” Again, this as published on September 28, 2015. “Fifty years after passage of the landmark law that rewrote U.S. immigration policy…” Let me remind you again: From 1921 to 1965, there was no legal immigration in America. Every time I mention this, there are people shocked and stunned, people that you would think would know it.

Modern immigration was kick-started by Senator Kennedy in 1965. And the purpose at the time in 1965 was to provide an ongoing underclass for the Democrat Party. It was a way of broadening the Democrat Party base to an even greater group of people in need, people incapable of providing for themselves, taking care of themselves.

And Senator Kennedy and his supporters lied about his bill even back then, promising that cities would not be overrun, promising the crime rate would not change, nobody would even notice it. This was just a great humanitarian thing to do. It got so out of control that by 1986, we had to grant amnesty to three million illegals in addition to the people that arrived here legally.

So in 2015, the Pew Research Center ran some numbers and found that the modern immigration wave since the new law, Senator Kennedy, 1965, 59 million people, modern immigration wave brings 59 million people to the United States, driving population growth and change through 2065 because those 59 million are gonna have kids, and there’s chain migration involved. But that 59 million is not the top number.

Immigrants and their descendants accounted for 72 million in U.S. population growth from 1965 to 2015. Immigration since 1965 has swelled the nation’s foreign-born population from 9.6 million in 1965 to 45 million three years ago, which makes this, 45 million people, that is the largest movement of people in the history of the world, as Pew goes on to admit in the final paragraph of their story here. And then they write that the U.S. has by far the world’s largest immigrant population, holding about one in five of the world’s immigrants.

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