Illegal aliens can’t vote, so they won’t impact the election, right? WRONG

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While there’s plenty of talk regarding the possibility of Biden’s millions of illegal immigrants being granted mass amnesty that will allow them to vote in the upcoming election, as of right now, they can’t legally vote.

“They can [vote] in some places in local elections, but federally [they can’t]. People say, ‘Oh well, they're not allowed to vote, don't you be spreading conspiracy theories; they can't vote, therefore everything is fine,”’ mocks Sara Gonzales.

“Well, no, because then they’re included in the census that is taken later on down the road, and then what happens? All of these blue areas – these sanctuary cities – get more and more representation in Congress, so they can skew the numbers in that way,” she explains.

Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson (R), “who is co-leading legislation” to prevent illegal aliens impacting the census, shares similar sentiments.

Davidson is working to pass the Equal Representation Act, which he says “is legislation that creates a law that requires the census to count U.S. citizens and then only use the count of U.S. citizens when doing the apportionment of representation.”

“We have twenty extra members of Congress who are represented by Democrats because states like California have seven extra members of Congress, and not just anywhere randomly. They have them in sanctuary cities. That's where they draw all the illegal population into and that overstates the population in these cities,” he tells Sara.

While leftists love to use the phrase “threat to democracy” when talking about anything that stands in the way of their agenda, Sara finds it interesting that they’re now “turning a blind eye” to what is actually a real threat.

“Well, they’re not turning a blind eye to it,” says Davidson. “They’re designing these policies on purpose. … They don’t like the policy in spite of the outcome; they like the policy because of the outcome.”

He points to California as evidence.

“California is the most left state in the country, not just politically, but people wise up to what's going on there, and they leave, so they need non-citizens to come in,” he explains. “Whenever we try to say, ‘You should only count citizens,’ they act like that’s somehow abhorrent.”

The truth is: “Every foreigner does have representation in America; it's at an embassy or a consulate. That's your representative if you're not an American, and if you're an American, you should be represented by someone in Congress, and that you can't do unless you do the census the right way.”

To learn where the Equal Representation Act is in the process, watch the clip below.

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Next time someone cries about 'climate change,' put them to shame with THESE historical facts

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If there’s one thing the left and the right can agree on, it’s that the string of disasters occurring recently across the globe is tragic.

Between the Maui fires, the hurricane in Florida, the earthquake in Morocco, and the flooding in Libya, far too many people have lost their lives.

However, the left and right clash when it comes to the origins of these catastrophes.

“The goofballs on the left are screaming, ‘See? Climate change! Climate change!’” mocks Pat Gray.

“But you know what?” he continues. “Natural disasters are not new.”

The truth is, “fewer people die from them now than ever before in world history.”

And if you don’t believe us, here are the numbers to prove it:

  • “Four million people died in China in floods” in 1931.
  • “Two million [died] in the 1887 Yellow River flood” in China.
  • In “1976, 655,000 Chinese people died in the Tangshan earthquake.”
  • “500,000 died from an earthquake in 1970 in Bangladesh.”
  • 9,500 people died as a result of “the eastern United States heat wave of 1901.”
  • “The French heat wave ... killed 41,000 people in 1911.”
  • “5,000+ died in a North American heat wave" in 1936.
  • “100,000 people died in a landslide in 1786” in China.

“These natural disasters go on and on and on,” says Pat, “and you can break it down by century, by decade.”

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Biden vows to tackle America's 'systemic racism' following guilty verdict in death of George Floyd

President Joe Biden hailed the jury's decision Tuesday finding former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all counts in the murder of George Floyd, but says it is just the start in fighting the "systemic racism" in America.

What are the details?

Following the verdict, the president promised Floyd's family their victory was only the beginning, vowing to push for further policing reforms and "much more."

Floyd family attorney Ben Crump took a call from Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris after the verdict was announced, and the lawyer put the phone on speaker for the family gathered around.

"Nothing is gonna make it all better, but at there's some justice," the president began. "I think of Gianna's comment, 'My daddy's gonna change the world," Biden said, referring to Floyd's daughter, before declaring, "He's gonna start to change it now."

Crump told the president he hopes "this is the momentum needed" to pass Democrats' proposed George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Biden replied, "You got it, pal. That, and a lot more. Not just that — a lot more."

Biden added, "This can give us a shot at dealing with genuine systemic racism."

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During an address to the nation following the call, Biden reiterated his message, saying Floyd's death "ripped the blinders off for the whole world to see the systemic racism" in America. He added, "There's systemic racism that's a stain on our nation's soul."

"The knee on the neck of justice for black Americans, the found fear and trauma, the pain, the exhaustion that black and brown Americans experience every single day," Biden continued, according to dictation from The Daily Wire. "The murder of George Floyd launched a summer of protests we hadn't seen since the Civil Rights Era in the 60s, protests that unified people of every race and generation in peace and with purpose, to say enough, enough, enough of the senseless killings. Today, today's verdict is a step forward."

Biden went on to plug the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, and concluding his speech before saying, "We have a chance to change the trajectory in this country."

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