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Criminal Aliens Outnumber Entire Population of New Hampshire

Posted in Immigration, Politics2 years ago • Written by Defender Of LibertyNo Comments
     Voting for the New Hampshire primary has started, and state officials predict a record number of voters will vote in today’s primary. The current record was set in 2008 when 525,000 New Hampshire residents voted. The entire population of New Hampshire is 1.327 million, so New Hampshire is a rather small state population wise. How small is the population of New Hampshire? The population of New Hampshire is less than the number of criminal aliens living in the United States.
     According to data from the U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), there are approximately 179,000 criminal aliens at large in America. To put this number in perspective, it is greater than the population of every city in New Hampshire (see chart below).
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     The ICE number is not accurate because it is comprised of only the “criminal aliens who have not left as required or been removed by ICE.” Jessica Vaughan from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) asserted during her testimony in front of the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest that she estimates that there are more than 2 million criminal aliens in America, which means criminal aliens outnumber the entire population of New Hampshire. When you are waiting for the election results from the New Hampshire primary, you should think about the significance of the extraordinary fact that the number of criminal aliens in America is greater than the population of New Hampshire.

     There are 30 million illegal immigrants in America that, if given amnesty, will secure victory for the Democrat Party in every future, presidential election, so America’s survival depends on this year’s presidential election.

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