What’s it matter whether USA citizen or resident in 2020? A lot!

Does  it matter  whether your’re a citizen or resident of USA in 2020?  Yes, it   matters mightily.

You should care about the question of citizenship on the upcoming 2020 Census.  We need an honest count of residents compared to citizens.   If we don’t ask — we don’t know.

Organizations and state governments which encourage more population, e.g., California by its generous welfare system and  Sanctuary Cities ,   care mightily.  CA wants a larger population precisely because more population means more power in Congress.   That’s because of how our the 435 congressional representatives are divided among the USA states.

Seats in the House of Representatives are apportioned among the states by total population.

Since ‘residents’ are counted as part of the total  population that means that illegal aliens who are present  at the time of the census are counted in the apportionment process.

Here’s a hypothetical:   Imagine that suddenly — overnight —  the populations of California (39 million) and Texas (29 million) doubled  due to an influx of millions  of illegals coming over the southern border into Texas and California.  Were  that unlikely hypothetical to occur,  both CA and Texas would increase the number of representatives for each state.  The total number of representatives is set at 435.  Some states would lose representatives and some states — such as CA and Texas — would gain representatives. More representative equates to more political power.

What is a citizen?  In 1787, the Constitution defined citizenship as open to “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.”

What’s a population census?  population census is the total process of collecting, compiling, evaluating, analysing and publishing or otherwise disseminating demographic, economic and social data pertaining, at a specified time, to all persons in a country or in a well delimited part of a country.Sep 25, 20.

Clearly — it matters mightily how many ‘illegal aliens’ are currently in the USA as of 2020.  For years politicians fume about the”millions in the shadows’.  Well, let’s count them.

And then  let’s require  that our congressional representatives  forge immigration policies in 2020  that make sense to We the People.

It’s time to change the Flores Agreement which limits the number of days children can be held from 21 to 100 days. The ‘catch and release’ policy implemented  by President Obama must cease.

Yes it mightily matters how many citizens are in the USA as of 2020. It’s all about freedom.  

Trump says 7/11/19 that he won’t back down, that he will use existing government information to determine how many citizens there are in the USA.

written by Cameron Jackson    jaj48@aol.com

 

Give people “free fish” or a fishing pole? Free fish first! per COPA / Central Coast Interfaith Sponsors Inc speaking at St. John’s in Aptos CA

Give people in need a “free fish” or fishing pole?

Give people in need a  “free fish” or a fishing pole?  Free fish first! per  COPA / Central Coast Interfaith Sponsors Inc.

Community organizer Tim McManus of COPA / Central Coast Interfaith Sponsors Inc.,  a non-profit organization  located in Watsonville, CA,    spoke 9/16/2018  to 15- 20 parishioners  at  St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Aptos, Calif.

So, does your church/ synagogue / mosque “welcome the stranger”? Seek “social justice”?

How about lots of  cheap  housing,   free health care/ free  specialist MD referrals for  illegal alien  immigrants, & expanded  free mental health?  Those are COPA’s 2018  goals for Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito Counties in California.

So what  methods really  work to effect “social justice” according to COPA?

Just show up  when told to  —  says   McManus of COPA /  Central Coast Interfaith Sponsors Inc.  The power politics of sheer body count  with government officials effects COPA specified change  according to  Mr.  McManus.

Here’s what COPA Tim McManus says:

 

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Aptos Psychologist:  COPA is not my cup of tea.  What was the original tea party that lead to the American revolution all about?  Not about “body count” muscling local government officials to achieve socialist progressive goals. About COPA — be wary. Give a fishing pole not free fish.