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Illegal Immigrants Counted as Voters in New House Bill (you read that right)

The House passed a bill that will allow states to count illegals in order to give them representation in Congress and the Electoral College. The bill now heads to the Senate.

This is H.R.7109, the Equal Representation Act. It requires the census to count every person in a house and adjust congressional representation accordingly, “whether that individual is a citizen of the United States [or not].” This clearly shifts the balance of legislative and executive power for states that have allowed illegal immigrants and dilutes the will of American citizens.

Meanwhile, in Denver, migrants have refused to comply with Mayor Mike Johnston’s orders to clear an encampment until their demands are met. They have a list of what they expect before they will evacuate tent cities and move to city shelters. Demands include that they “cook their own food with fresh, culturally appropriate ingredients provided by the City instead of premade meals – rice, chicken, flour, oil, butter, tomatoes, onions, etc… Also people will not be punished for bringing in & eating outside food.” They also are demanding “unlimited shower access without time limits,” regular medical care and easy referral to specialists, and no monitoring of shelters by law enforcement.

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