September 1, 2017 | View PDF
As of a year ago, the U.S. population was 322,762,018, a rise of more than 2.4 million than was counted a year ago. Unfortunately, an estimated 11.4 million of this number are illegal entrants into the United States, a good many of whom have their lives subsidized by the U.S. taxpayer; and more than 11 million of them are here illegally—many of whom are on the U.S. dole. Which is costing the American taxpayer better than $54.5 billion a year in dollars that could have been spent of making life better and more comfortable for its legal residents.
Not only is this a huge drain on the taxpayer, many of these immigrants are criminals who are stealing from our citizens, murdering them and raping our women.
Add to this is the reality that we're protecting many of these wrongdoers—and appear to be proud of it.
Some Americans are even welcome in a good many of our cities, placing an even greater burden on American law enforcement and its welfare expenditures.
On top of all this insanity is the fact that our elected governmental representatives are vigorously welcoming these illegal residents, they're paying for their welfare out of taxpayer dollars that were intended to be used to care for legal residents of the United States of America.
Many Americans are working hard in order to eke out a subsistence living, or are risking their lives in defense of their country; while non-American residents are raping, murdering and robbing, to the one extent; or just basking in the luxury of idolatry, at the expense of a hard working citizen.
Why, one must wonder, should hard working citizens be obliged to contend with these flagrant abuses of their hospitality. They earned whatever luxuries they may now enjoy; why should they be asked to put up with the abuses that are heaped upon them by criminals, vagrants, and other ne'er do wells who have earned nothing?
Americans deserve better than this from their elected representatives.
This is not what the Founding Fathers were ready to fight for—and many to die for.
Quod erat demonstrandum!