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originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: TheRedneck
..., so I'll EO that data from the FBI, ATF. and other sources and extrajudiciously compile the lists in house."
Does this even change the representation?
Isn't that the goal?
As I understand it, 2010 was the first and only US Census that did not mention citizenship.
I would like to know, if anyone can explain it for me, why you can't ask for citizenship status on a US census form?
I would like to know, if anyone can explain it for me, why you can't ask for citizenship status on a US census form? Why does Trump even need to do a runaround on that?
originally posted by: loam
DHS, HHS, IRS, Department of State, SSA, etc... Many of these agencies house citizenship data.
At a minimum, we know who are the citizens. The net would prove the illegal number in comparison to the census data.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: DBCowboy
That's a crude, but essentially correct way of putting it. When the DoC compiles the Census reports, they will include information from other agencies to classify citizenship.
It was an uncut, unedited stream of the speech Trump gave with regard to the US Census question of "Are you a US citizen."