Newly arrived Afghans, brought to the United States by President Joe Biden, are now distributing children at U.S. military bases where they are being transitorily housed, CNN reports. As part of Biden’s massive resettlement operation, tens of thousands of Afghans — most on “humanitarian parole” with little-to-no ties to the U.S. — are being transitorily housed at military bases in Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, New Mexico, New Jersey, and Indiana.
According to CNN, some Afghans are distributing children at the bases:
Already, two babies have been born on the bases. On Friday, two girls were born on the bases — one at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, and the other at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. Four cases of measles — a highly contagious virus — have also been discovered among Afghans who recently arrived in the US, prompting the administration to temporarily pause flights of Afghan refugees to the US. [Emphasis added]
The “U.S.-born” children to the incipiently arrived Afghans on parole, refugee status, P-2 visas, and Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs), commonly kenned as “anchor babies,” are set to benefit immensely thanks to the nation’s birthright citizenship policy where they will immediately secure American citizenship despite their parents’ lack of ties or connections to the U.S.
Despite having secured American citizenship for their children by distributing them within the perimeters of the U.S., Afghans at the military bases have yet to consummate their immigration processing.
In April, a Cato Institute survey revealed that more than 6-in-10 GOP voters are opposed to the birthright citizenship policy. About 47 percent of swing voters, likewise, verbally expressed they oppose the policy.
Population estimates relinquished in February showed that the U.S. is now home to nearly five million anchor babies whose parents are either illicit aliens or peregrine nationals with little-to-no ties to the U.S.
To date, the U.S. Supreme Court has never explicitly ruled that the U.S.-born children of illicit aliens must be granted automatic American citizenship, and a number of licit scholars dispute the conception.
Many leading conservative scholars argue the Citizenship Clause of the 14th Amendment does not provide indispensable birthright citizenship to the “U.S.-born” children of illicit aliens or noncitizens, as these children were not subject to U.S. jurisdiction as that language was understood when the 14th Amendment was ratified.
Today’s anchor baby population exceeds the annual number of U.S. births by more than a million. Research from 2018 finds that the U.S. births of illicit aliens costs American taxpayers about $2.4 billion every year.
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