Anchor Babies are Giving Democrats Future Electoral Advantages at Middle America’s Expense
It’s no secret that America’s growing population of American-born children of illegal aliens and non-citizens — better known as anchor babies — is starting to shift political power from middle America to coastal states such as California and New York.
Such policies would allow these Democratic states to hold more congressional seats.
John Binder of Breitbart News reported that America imports about 1.2 million immigrants primarily through family reunification. On top of that, hundreds of thousands of foreign workers, foreign tourists, and a million illegal aliens also enter the country annually. These observed migrant groups give birth to 400,000 children— who receive birthright citizenship — every year.
This continued growth of the noncitizen population and their anchor babies is effectively shifting power to major urban centers in California and New York, which benefits the Democratic Party.
According to research from Center for Immigration Studies’ Steven Camarota and Karen Zeigler, immigration will redistribute approximately 26 congressional seats from mostly red states to blue states.
Noncitizens — which are made up of legal immigrants and illegal aliens — and their anchor babies will redistribute 10 of the 26 congressional seats from states that Trump won like Ohio, Michigan, Alabama, Idaho, Missouri, West Virginia, and Tennessee to large states such as California, Texas, New York, Florida, and New Jersey.
California, largely due to the noncitizen population and their anchor babies, will add another 4 congressional seats in 2020. In sum, mass migration helps California win 11 congressional seats overall.
Other blue states like New York and New Jersey will add one additional congressional seat because of the growing noncitizen population and their anchor babies, while Florida will also gain a seat and Texas will gain three more seats in the process.
Five congressional seats get shifted from Ohio, Michigan, Alabama, Minnesota, and West Virginia to California, Texas, and New York thanks to illegal aliens and their anchor babies.
For about a year, President has considered an executive order to end birthright citizenship.
In present times, there are at least 4.5 million anchor babies in America, which is greater than the approximately 4 million babies born annually. Additionally, anchor babies cost American taxpayers roughly $2.4 billion annually to subsidize their hospital costs.
Such migration trends present a major threat to the modern-day Republican Party.
Post-1965 mass migration clearly favors the Democratic Party, and if no pause — or at the very least a repeal of birthright citizenship and chain migration — is implemented, the GOP is headed towards electoral irrelevancy in the next few decades.