By Douglas J. Hagmann

From abortion to illegal immigration is but a short step, although at first glance, they are seemingly unrelated. In reality, the two issues are intertwined.

It is imperative that we understand the end-game objectives of those pushing both agendas, for they are the same conspirators who are shredding the United States Constitution and destroying our country from within. They are using many of the same tactics and pushing many of the same lies that are left unchecked by politicians and political pundits on both sides of the political spectrum.

While watching a recent panel discussion on Fox News, the supposed voice of the conservative right, the subject of deporting illegal aliens arose. At issue was Donald Trump’s position that illegal aliens should be deported. But what about children born to illegal aliens on U.S. soil, often termed “anchor babies?”

According to these legal scholars, they surely cannot be deported, for they are granted automatic citizenship under the 14th Amendment to the United States. This statement was made as if it was fact, and went completely unchallenged throughout this discussion.

Viewers were led to believe that babies born to those here illegally are automatically granted citizenship. I urge the reader to carefully consider that position and how many times we’ve heard it and accepted it as fact. Then, perform research to see whether that is, in fact, a true statement.

Fact check: The deliberate deception of anchor babies

We have all heard the term “anchor baby,” which is a descriptive, and considered by many to be a pejorative term to describe the child of a women in the U.S. illegally having a child on U.S. soil. Numerous legal scholars and sources having specific agendas often cite the concept of Jus Soli as the basis for granting a child born on U.S. soil to a woman here illegally automatic citizenship.

As if to affirm the concept of Jus Soli, politicians and political pundits assert that the United States Supreme Court, in the case of United States v. Wong Kim Ark (169 U.S. 649 (1898)) that the Fourteenth Amendment guarantees citizenship for nearly all individuals born in the country, regardless of their parents’ citizenship or immigration status. This is a lie that has been repeated so often that few dare challenge its legitimacy.

It has been repeated so frequently that any challenges are usually unceremoniously dismissed, or the argument gets deliberately diverted, ultimately reinforcing the erroneous stipulation that the newly born child is automatically granted U.S. citizenship.

To make it simple, the following eight words eliminate any confusion as to the status of children born in the United States to a woman here illegally: The child follows the condition of the parents.

For those who do not have the time to research the Annals of Congress and the Congressional Record, I would direct you to the extensive and enlightening research already performed by Dr. John Coleman, a prolific author and someone who has performed decades of research in this area. This issue is elegantly explained in his book, What You Should Know about the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

The simple yet accurate rebuttal to anyone wishing to muddy the waters, create confusion, manipulate the language of the United States Constitution, or to otherwise advance their globalist agenda is found in that short sentence: The child follows the condition of the parents.

Moreover, that one sentence not only addresses so-called anchor babies, but it further offers the unborn child inherent protection to life as expressed by the Bill of Rights and the United States Constitution. It is hardly a coincidence that most of the proponents of illegal immigration and the granting of citizenship status through the perversion of the Constitution are often one and the same.

The bottom line

One must carefully sift through the manipulation of the linguistic landscape to understand that we’ve been (and continue to be) lied to by the politicians and pundits who have perverted the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights to achieve their Globalist-Communist-Marxist-Fabian Socialist goals of changing the actual landscape of our nation. Make no mistake, both sides of the political spectrum are deeply involved in this doctrine of deception.

Further citing the works of Dr. John Coleman, he notes that the 14th Amendment used by elected officials and legal scholars alike to advance their agenda of a social utopia was never ratified, yet is cited as the legal basis to grant children of illegal aliens in the U.S. citizenship. The 14th Amendment states that “all persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the states wherein they reside” [emphasis mine].

To further clarify the highlighted phrase, we consult Vattel’s Law of Nations, which states that “to be of the country, it is necessary to be born of a person who is a citizen; for if he be born there of a foreigner, it will only be the place of his birth and not his country” [emphasis mine].

From this, “the bottom line” should be abundantly clear. If a woman, illegally residing within the borders of the United States has a baby, neither the woman nor the child is subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. As the child follows the condition of the parents, their status is clear: they too are present inside our country illegally and most certainly can and should be subjected to deportation.

Everything else is a deliberate perversion of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights by those complicit in the destruction of our nation from within. Infanticide and illegal immigration are two of the most insidious yet effective measures being used to advance the agenda of our enslavement and their Socialist-Communist global utopia. Their enemy is an educated public that refuses to accept their perversion of truth.

Pray and prepare, for the time of reckoning is here.

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