March 13, 2024 152 Views

This Is Why Democrats Want Illegal Immigrants in Your TOWN




WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA), Bill Hagerty (R-TN) and his Republican colleagues introduce the Equal Representation Act, a legislation to ensure that only legal citizens are factored into the count for Congressional districts and the Electoral College map that determines presidential elections.




Every citizen in the united states needs to stand behind this.




Presently, all illegal aliens are currently counted to determine how many congressional seats and electoral votes a given state may obtain. The more aliens and non-citizens in your state and district, the greater power this state has to pass bills in Congress and be elected in Presidential elections.

California (for example) now has millions of extra illegal aliens which will result in receiving more congressional seats and electoral votes in congress. This result negates the “One person One vote” principle and allows the sanctuary cities, i.e. DEMOCRAT delegates in congress to dominate in the house and senate, making passing of additional democrat policy to prevail. This unfair, unconstitutional act also incentivises the use of Sanctuary Cities as a way to increase political power by legitimizing the allowing of tens of thousands of illegal immigrants into your districts and into the country.


It also leverages your current electoral “votes” in your district and takes power away from your chosen representative and ultimately YOU.




* Find Your Representative:  Look up your representatives and they’re EMAIL address contact information with this address tool:

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* Contact your representative via EMAIL or call them and let them know that you back this amendment and they should too! Not one more upvote on spending bills until the Equal Representation Act is addressed. Not one inch!


* You can also contact your House Representative or Senator by phone by calling the Capitol Switchboard & leave message. A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request. This method is not quite as effective as emailing them- call often and leave messages for best result.



U.S. Capitol Switchboard: (202) 224-3121





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