Questionable Citizenship Question Was Questioned

The GOP’s plan for America.

Debates over the census usually are for sociologists and math-y statisticians — politicians and SCOTUS?— not so much. But when the 4th Reich said it would add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, states with large numbers of immigrants fought back.

Including the question inevitably will lead to an undercount of an estimated 6.5 million people in immigrant-heavy states, which will skew the flow of federal Ameros and of course benefit Red States when redistricting because: Possum Hollar is white and Republican.

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears to be favoring the 4th Reich’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. I say appears because as always Clarence Thomas asked no questions (probably thinking of his legendary Coke can), the rest were in their usual, predictable teams.

We’re screwed.


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2 Responses to Questionable Citizenship Question Was Questioned

  1. laura says:

    The Court will uphold adding the question using the VRA as justification, whether simultaneously continuing to gut the VRA and the states are working overtime to deny the franchise.
    The Robert’s Court is the South rising again.
    Dont get me started on Justice gang bang…..

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  2. Astamari says:

    Let’s see, legal and undocumented heavy states like GA, FL, AL, TX and AZ (and also KS believe it or not). What do these states all have in common? Hmmm. Ees a puzzle.

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