Well it appears…that illegal immigrants have just been shown the door. They are very aware that there is a new president in town and there are changes to come. Now a federal judge has in fact erred on the side of reason.
This judge has made a decision regarding the children of illegal immigrants, and it’s not one that even conservatives saw coming, one many of them welcome, but still didn’t see coming…
This judge has ruled that children of illegal immigrants are NOT entitled to US citizenship.
Now this is going to affect a very massive amount of illegals who were looking to suck up their American rights through entitlements instead of doing the right thing and going through the work it takes to legally become an American. Then there is always the part about taxes…entitled immigrants don’t pay it.
This federal district court judge is not going to allow children of illegal immigrants born in America, who are also known as “anchor babies” to gain US citizenship based on their birth here in America alone.
What he means by this…is that children born of illegal immigrants in the US will NOT get a birth certificate issued to them.
This fully ensures that the right to the Obamacare, education, and all other services that are offered to citizens of the US will be provided for ONLY citizens of the United States. There is further hope that it will encourage illegals to seek out citizenship through the lawful legal naturalization process.
The court’s decision has been explained to us this way:
The Court [said], “Plaintiffs have not presented any evidence which suggests Defendants have improperly focused on and excluded the matricula and foreign passport without visa as forms of secondary identification.”
In conclusion the court also said that the Plaintiffs have FAILED, at this preliminary stage, and that they have not met their burden of showing a substantial likelihood of success on the merits. Soooo…there you go.
In the denial of relief in this juncture, the Court concluded in its summary that
In denying relief at this juncture, the Court concluded in its summary that:
“although the Plaintiffs have provided evidence which raises grave concerns regarding the treatment of citizen children born to immigrant parents, this case requires additional determinations which can be made only upon development and presentation of an evidentiary record which thoroughly explores the facts and circumstances of the issues raised in this case.”