Those who are attempting to “fundamentally change” the United States are deliberately deceiving Americans about anchor babies. According to Doug Hagmann in his article “The lies of illegal immigration and infanticide,” these conspirators are “shredding the United States Constitution and destroying our country from within.” He also claims that abortion and illegal immigration are “intertwined” issues.
When media talking heads and politicians discuss illegal aliens being deported, they seldom speak of the “anchor babies” or children born to illegal aliens on U.S. soil. This is because they claim the “anchor babies” are granted automatic citizenship under the Fourteen Amendment to the Constitution. This leaves viewers with the belief that the statement is true. Hagmann claims that “this is a lie that has been repeated so often that few dare challenge its legitimacy [emphasis his].
“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” [emphasis his].
This is a really interesting article about anchor babies. I encourage you to read it in order to give a “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.”
Hagmann quoted part of the Fourteen Amendment: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside…” (Emphasis his).
Hagmann continued: “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….”
Anyone who truly understands the Fourteenth Amendment would understand the need to deport the entire family of illegals.