Well, your value as an American citizen has taken a severe blow on Biden’s inauguration day.
You are now nothing more than an equal in your own country as Joe Biden has decreed that illegals are equivalent to an American.
The only difference between the two is that you have to pay for much of their healthcare, education, rent, food, and the finer things in life.
Illegal aliens will now be used to apportion representatives in the House and to determine which parts of the country are given the most money.
In December, Biden foreshadowed this action when he claimed the constitution demands that all people, legal and illegal be counted for representation in congress.
Blacks will once again be marginalized under the Democrats as they always have been since the 1960s. With the lone exception of every 4 years, when they need their votes. The Democrats will concentrate on illegal aliens.
The number of illegal aliens in the United States is about to explode and Blacks will find themselves competing with huge numbers of illegal aliens for jobs.
During the Trump years minorities actually received what Democrats have promised them for years during election campaigns but were quickly forgotten after election day.
No doubt, they will miss our president now that he is gone and the Democrats are back in charge.
States that are expected to lose congressional seats when the illegal alien population is added in congressional apportioning include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia.
Some other areas of Trump’s legacy that Biden targeted on Wednesday involve issues surrounding immigration, the environment, and the coronavirus.
President Biden’s executive orders on Day One include the halting of border wall construction, the reversal of the Trump administration’s barring travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, as well as stopping the withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO) and making Dr. Anthony Fauci the head of the delegation to the WHO.