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August 20, 2020 Posted by | Presidentcial Election | | Leave a comment

Alexander Hamilton TRIES to Prevent Sanctuary Cities

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I don’t know about you, but every time I hear the democrats (And Bush) go into how the country was built on immigrants, we can all agree, BUT…it’s what they leave out that makes me angry.

Immigrants yes, but when they came here, the citizens in this country did NOT have to support them. If they had relatives here, they helped them.  Or the many local churches. They also had to test for disease, and to become a citizen they had to learn English, and pass a test. Only English was taught in our schools. They either learned it, or flunked.

Here in my local school district, there are 42 different language that get special attention. Our schools supply breakfast, lunch, AND dinner.

Except now, mom has to feed them, our schools are closed.

WAIT! Mom doesn’t have to feed them, the ‘taxpayers’ do. They can go down to the many places giving out free food, and that includes our libraries.

As I’ve told you, I am still reading in the Federalists papers and when it came to the subject of “citizens’ Alexander Hamilton had this to say.

AH: The dissimilarity in the rules of naturalization, has long been remarked as a fault in our system, and as laying a foundation for intricate and delicate questions.

NOBODY: Wow. Nothing under the sun ever changes.

AH: In the 4th articles of the confederation it is declared, “that the free inhabitants of each of these states, paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizen in the several states, and the people of each state, shall in every other enjoy all the privileges of trade and commerce &jc.”

NOBODY: Well, here in 2020, paupers, vagabonds and fugitives from justice NOW have all the privileges of everybody else, in fact, they get more…food, shelter, voting rights….

AH: There is a confusion of language here, which is remarkable. Why the terms free inhabitant’s, are used in one part of the article, free citizens in another, and people in another: or what was meant by superadding “to all privileges and immunities of free citizens” …” all the privileges of trade and commerce, “cannot easily be determined. It seems to be a construction scarcely avoidable, however, that those who come under the denomination of free inhabitants of a state, although not citizens of such state, are entitled, in every other state, to all the privileges of free citizens of the latter: that is, to greater privileges than they may be entitled to in their own state: so that it may be in the power of a particular state, or rather every state, is laid under a necessity, not only to confer the right of citizenship in other states, upon any whom it may admit to such rights within itself, but upon any whom it may allow to become inhabitants within its jurisdiction.

NOBODY: Hamilton is talking about EXACTLY what is happening today, in all our sanctuary cities. They are giving citizenship to illegals and saying that other states should recognize ‘aliens’ as having the same rights as citizens.

AH: The very improper power would still be retained by each state, of naturalizing aliens in every other state. In one state, residence for a short term confers all the rights of citizenship to another, qualifications of greater importance are required. An alien, therefore, legally incapacitated for certain rights in the latter, may, by previous residence only in the former, elude his incapacity: and thus, the law of one state be preposterously rendered paramount to the law of another, within the jurisdiction of the other.

NOBODY: New York, California, Illinois, and many other states are doing this to the rest of us.

AH: By the laws of several states, certain descriptions of aliens, who had rendered themselves obnoxious, were laid under interdicts inconsistent, not only with the rights of citizenship, but with the privileges of residence.

NOBODY: I can think of a few Congresswoman and at least one President who ‘rendered themselves obnoxious.

AH: The new constitution has accordingly, with great propriety, made provision against them, and all others proceeding from the defect of the confederation on this head, by authorizing the general government to establish and uniform rule of naturalization thought the United States.

NOBODY: There. Hamilton solves the problem. It is written

So, it comes down to the famous Clinton line “It depends on what your definition of “is” is.”

While Hamilton made it very clear that ‘vagabonds, paupers, and fugitives,” and ‘aliens” should not be allowed to wander from state to state claiming all the rights of the rest of us.

Clearly, any illegal who walked over our border, now can claim it.

What does our Supreme Court have to say about this?

Frankly, I don’t think they care.



August 20, 2020 Posted by | imigration | , | 2 Comments


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