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    Number of Anchor Babies in California Twice Wyoming’s Total Population.

    Number of Anchor Babies in California Twice Wyoming’s Total Population.
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    The number of United States-born children of illegal aliens in the sanctuary state of California is about twice the entire population of Wyoming, data reveals.
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    The U.S.-born children of illegal aliens are commonly known as “anchor babies,” as they anchor their illegal alien and noncitizen parents in the U.S. when they are granted immediate birthright citizenship. There are at least 4.5 million anchor babies in the country, a population that exceeds the total number of annual American births, as about 300,000 anchor babies are born every year, exceeding the total number of American births in 48 states. Currently, the U.S. and Canada are the only developed nations in the world that offer unrestricted birthright citizenship.
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    Data compiled by the Migration Policy Institute finds there are at least 1.2 million anchor babies under the age of 18 residing in the state of California with their illegal alien parents. This is about twice the entire population of Wyoming, where about 570,000 residents live.
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    About 400,000 of those 1.2 million anchor babies in California are born to two parents who are both residing in the U.S. illegally.
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    Texas has an anchor baby population of nearly 700,000, also exceeding the population of Wyoming by about 130,000 people. Meanwhile, New York has an anchor baby population of about 240,000, close to four times the population of Portland, Maine.
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    Wide-ranging analysis by Center for Immigration Studies researcher Steven Camarotta reveals there are an estimated 28,000 births to illegal aliens every year in the Los Angeles metro area, exceeding the total number of U.S. births in 14 states and the District of Columbia, Breitbart News reported.
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    About one-in-five U.S. births — or 791,000 — are to legal and illegal immigrant mothers, with legal immigrant mothers accounting for about 12.4 percent of those births and illegal alien mothers accounting for 7.5 percent.
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    The Supreme Court, however, has never explicitly ruled that the children of illegal aliens must be granted automatic citizenship and many legal scholars dispute the idea. Trump promised last year to end birthright citizenship through executive action, but the order has yet to be revealed or signed.
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    At the same time, newly released data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found in 2017 all but two states in the U.S. had birth rates below replacement level. The total U.S. birth rate was about 1.765 children per woman. At least 2.1 children per woman are needed to replace the current population of the country without experiencing population decreases.
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    Read More: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...IKvmD7_-f64GHA
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    Eliminate the anchor baby clause if you’re not a citizen neither is your child. This clause was originally done for the slaves after the civil war for their children.
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    Taxpayer cost for illegal immigrants giving birth in U.S. tops $4 billion annually.
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    A new report published by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) details the number of likely births to illegal immigrants nationally, births by state and large metropolitan areas, and the more than $4 billion cost to taxpayers.
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    According to CIS’ best estimate, the number of births by illegal immigrants in the U.S. accounted for 7.5 percent (297,000) of the total number of births overall per year. The estimate of 297,000 is more than total births in any state other than California and Texas. The number is also larger than the total number of births in 16 states and the District of Columbia combined, the report notes.
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    The 297,000 estimated births are paid for by taxpayers through Medicaid, which covers the cost of delivery and/or post-partum care under the "pregnancy care" provision administered by the states. Based on its analysis, the cost to taxpayers is, at a minimum, slightly more than $4 billion a year.
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    “Births to Legal and Illegal Immigrants in the U.S.,” written by Steven Camarota, Karen Zeigler, and Jason Richwine, analyzes immigrant mothers’ births in the U.S. based on data produced by the Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) to provide a comprehensive analysis.
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    “One of the most obvious and enduring impacts of immigration occurs through immigrants' children … [in shaping] the political, economic, and cultural life in the receiving society,” they wrote.
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    Examining immigrant births is a way to measure the scale of immigration and its impact to the U.S. Because the U.S. automatically awards citizenship to everyone born on U.S. soil, including those born to temporary visitors or illegal immigrants, “the overwhelming majority of these children will stay in the United States,” they said.
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    The number of illegal immigrants whose births were covered by Medicaid, CIS reports, is about 11.2 percent based on the data it analyzed. The public-use data shows that for mothers currently on Medicaid, 99 percent of their children under the age of one are also on Medicaid.
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    The federal government and states do not report the amount that Medicaid spends per birth on mother and child, CIS notes. In order to estimate costs to taxpayers, CIS pointed to data produced by the Guttmacher Institute. In 2010, the Guttmacher Institute estimated that it cost $12,777 for pre-natal, delivery, post-partum, and infant care in the first 12 months. Adjusting to 2014 dollars, the middle year of the ACS data that CIS used for this report increases that amount to $13,596.
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    CIS used the $13,596-per-birth calculation to reach the $4 billion number.
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    Once born in the U.S., the child and his or her mother is eligible for Medicaid, Social Security, food stamps, and other federal benefits. One issue raised by budget reform proponents was a loophole that exists pertaining to Social Security benefits.
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    Read More: https://www.watchdog.org/national/ta...U6llVqKNYUuMPc
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    My Thoughts:
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    Hasn't changed, eliminate the anchor baby clause if you’re not a citizen neither is your child.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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