President Trump Delivers Announcement on Census – 5:00pm EST Livestream…

President Trump tweeted that he will discuss his latest efforts at including the citizenship question as part of the census. Two senior administration officials confirmed to CBS News that President Trump will announce an executive action to add the citizenship question to the 2020 census. The announcement is scheduled/anticipated for 5:00pm EST today.  U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr is expected to be in attendance.

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434 Responses to President Trump Delivers Announcement on Census – 5:00pm EST Livestream…

  1. TheWanderingStar says:

    Given the EO and the cross departmental sharing of data and subsequent ramifications, I wonder if the Left now regrets fighting Trump on inclusion of a simple question on the census? … NAH!

    Liked by 5 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      They’ll say that they won on the Census question and that Trump is being the tyrant that they warned you he was

      Liked by 2 people

    • POTUS will use Census Funding (remember that $16-20 Billion…) to INTEGRATE ALL Government Databases on Citizenship & Illegals!!!

      • Now let your mind run wild on how we can then WEED OUT Illegals from EVERY Federal Program … and CUT FUNDING for States based on their Illegal Populations!

      • Then we can COMPLETELY CUT FEDERAL FUNDING for every past-declared Sanctuary City & State until THEY have deported ALL of their Illegals.

      • Student Loan Eligibility for Illegals goes up in SMOKE.

      • E-Verify gets a YUGE Jump-Start.

      • Then we hit the VOTER ROLL PURGES!

      BEST PART:
      We start IMMEDIATELY without having to wait for the Census Count to begin in 2020.

      Liked by 21 people

  2. Doppler says:

    Unexpected! Big data comes to non-citizens. I’m so tired of being surveilled by Google, and every website I visit, and my data compiled, sliced, diced and sold to the highest bidder, all without my permission, AND, I presume, shared with NSA and others in government so that any one with access to their data can spy on me, legally or illegally. Now, it seems, big data will identify non-citizens.

    Several years ago I got a letter from the IRS telling me it couldn’t process my tax return because fraud was suspected. I had filed an extension, not a return, so I knew someone had filed using my SSN. I had to jump through many hoops to filed subsequent returns, and was required to sign up with Experian, which promptly had my data stolen. I could not find anyone in government who would tell me who had filed this fraudulent return. I later surmised that an illegal alien was using it to gain employment and file returns, the IRS was aware of that, and had concluded they wanted illegals to file returns, used their own data analytics to figure out what was what, and was taking those returns, but not prosecuting anyone for SSN or identity theft.

    Well, now the time has come the Walrus said, to talk of many things, of SSN thefts, and tax filings, illegal alien status. I hope they use big data to find and prosecute all those who unlawfully aid and abet violation of lawfully issued court orders, i.e., those who instruct illegals on how to avoid being served with lawful deportation orders, after their asylum requests were finally determined against them.

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    • Libertybella says:

      Barr says “there is a current dispute over whether illegal aliens can be included for apportionment purposes…depending on the resolution of that dispute this data may be relevant to those considerations…we will be studying this issue”.
      So what does this mean…apportionment is not necessarily based on citizenship? The apportionment laws are vague and subject to interpretation?


      • Jederman says:

        Yes, very odd indeed. Apportionment is about voting. Why are illegals a factor?


        • Marc says:

          Apportionment is about representation rather than voting. The higher the populace, the more representatives a state is allowed in the House. Illegals should never be apportioned because they have no legal right to be considered citizens. This is why the 3/5ths Compromise came to be, so that slave states could get partial representation for the slaves residing within their borders, but not full representation which was considered unfair to free states as slaves obviously couldn’t vote.


      • ParteaGirl says:

        I’m not a lawyer, but I believe the Constitution describes apportionment based on population. This might be where there is dispute: does “population” pre-suppose it’s comprised of legal citizens or not.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Rhoda R says:

          If you look at the wording of that Amendment – it talks about counting ‘persons’ excluding Indians. Indians were also excluded from birth right citizenship because they weren’t citizens. Both of these Amendments were written at the same time so it seems to me that only citizens were expected to be counted since only citizens were considered ‘persons’ at the time of writing. Not a lawyer and I’m probably wrong but it is a point to argue from.

          Liked by 4 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Will be a very good argument when they file court case against President Trump. They have been collecting our information for years. So how is a judge going to be allowed to discriminate against the citizens of the USA after years condoning data collection.

      Can not be done.

      Next we need a recall for Conflicted Justice Roberts, either mentally or bribery. Do not know but something not right with him, imho!

      Liked by 1 person

      • mugzey302 says:

        Many are controlled by blackmail, and he’s one of them. Who pulls the string is yet to be revealed. They have “handlers”. Very sad state of affairs when a Supreme Court Justice does not have the moral fortitude to resist blackmail.


  3. bullnuke says:

    I believe the language needs to change. Stop using the words illegal immigrants or aliens. They are people with citizenship in another country. Who even knows if they still cast ballots in their native country. Start demanding that citizens of other countries living here illegally be deported. Start with the ones already told to get out. Mining SS data will be a huge start to getting to the bottom of identity theft. Of course it all depends on the will of those in D.C. to execute POTUS directives.

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  4. sundance says:

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    • Daniel says:

      Yes, and THIS is the job we hired him to do. He has not disappointed me or most of use here at all. We recognize we don’t know everything we want to know about what’s going on in various areas, but good things come to those who wait and so we do.

      The Supreme Court said the administration has the unquestionable legal right to ask the question. It’s ridiculously stupid to deny this legal right because of justification which is NOT at all necessary in the first place. First a judge rules not on what Trump’s EO said, but on what he said during his presidential campaign before he became president. Now the highest court in the land is also ruling not on the legal right but on whether or not the president has “mean thoughts.”

      We no longer have a justice system. We’ve seen this over and over again and in many ways. And once again, we wait for that to be restored as well.

      I hope the taking down of Epstein leads to the takedown of the entire blackmail controlled swamp. We know Epstein wasn’t a hedge fund manager. No one worked in the fake office and he spent all of his time at parties. So the real question is who funded him and what they got for Epstein’s services. Prove that and it ALL falls down. And with that, I suspect Trump’s constant obstruction falls away as well.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. erm9164 says:

    With the exception of redistricting and apportionment of Congressional seats how does any of this help in the long run if up to 60 million illegals are not deported? I am glad this is an end run around the census issue but we have much worse problems that are not being resolved,including illegal voting,anchor babies,sanctuary cities,a terrible burden on our resource and a porous border.Sure let’s find out how many are really here but then what?


    • Robert Smith says:

      As as MAGA as the next guy, but I don’t ever expect 60 million people to be deported.


      • Blue Wildflower says:

        If this country finds out there are 60 million illegals stealing our tax money, you will see the citizens demand a mass deporting of people. Either the government can do it or the citizens can do it. Once you put a number on something it becomes real!

        Liked by 2 people

        • MaineCoon says:

          How about reparations to U.S. Citizens – Piglosi?! All of us who paid taxes that you gave to illegals through benefits. We have been robbed blind!! Living citizens not citizens wronged 175 years ago in a Civil War timeframe.

          Liked by 2 people

        • mtk says:

          Working with the 60+ million reference point. The real question is how are they distributed?
          Social media/MSM would have us believe that the central tendency is that non citizens are distributed along political divides via sanctuary jurisdictions.

          I am not sure that is the case.***1

          If so, by making a big deal of asking the Question on the census, “Are you a citizen?” Could not possible indirectly, the ‘move the ball’ down the field back fires on the DNC/RINOs.

          Seriously, by rejecting the citizenship question, “What has been established is the fundemental role the census plays in apportionment of Congressional seats.

          That is the game and the number one unaddress fear. “It is not that resident aliens won’t answer the question”, the prevailing fear is, “In the grip of TDS many left leaning citizens may self undercount the census by not complying out ideological objection to the question, “Are you a citizen?”

          It is an important reference point the opposition/resistance has established in objecting to the Citizen question.”

          Now, that the DNC have made their bed…
          “The question reflection back on the correlation argument of the undocument.
          In other words those have entered the USofA illegally. By forcing the issue, the DNC has no grounds not to accept the results. In other words by the very nature of slipping under the radar, the DNC has no means to refute this is how undocumented resident aliens are distrubuted across the Nation.
          Once that hits the DNC up aside of the heads just watch, “How quickly the DNC in the House moves to close loop holes in the laws.” More VSGPDJT

          Again, by the very nature of not knowing who is here legally and who is not, “How can it possibly be argued the census results are not an accurate reflection of the population.

          ***1 I do believe in many respects, undocumented resident illegal aliens are effectively barred from social services(contrary to MSM reporting), that means in effect, they have gravitated to States where they are economically viable(does not mean they can vote).

          In other words States that are ecomonically vibrant, combined with population flight from the likes of Ca, NY and NJ, while states like TX, FL and plains States, the results may see a census that supports a realigment in number of House Seat apportioned.

          In truth, the number of net loss/net increase seats in play is likely only five to seven seats, but the census results might just be on the RNC side.


    • Daniel says:

      Solutions only come when all of the information is revealed. They aren’t just going to reveal how many. They are going to reveal how much money is wasted on them. They are going to show not just how much voter fraud there is, but also what a drain they are on this country’s resources. After that, no citizen that cares about this country and the massive debt and taxes we pay will be able to support any further Democrat policy making. And after that, it won’t matter how many illegals vote.

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  6. Quint says:

    Accurate citizen population data for Congressional and EC voting plus voter ID might well be the UniParty’s worst nightmare.

    It’s like if Scotland secedes from the UK, Labour never gets elected again.


  7. visage13 says:

    Thank you President Obama,a ll your “secret” databases are now ours lmao.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Tom Reeher says:

    Two things: Love my President and I wish Barr had been appointed instead of Sessions.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rhoda R says:

      Ha! Back then we didn’t think we needed a Barr and I doubt that he would have come out of retirement. Back then.


  9. simplewins says:

    I will say it again. It looks like someone’s gonna kiss the donkey….


  10. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Thank the Lord for Skipper Trump of the Good Ship S.S. America…

    So, why are we vexed about any other other (important, sure,) matter such as malfeasance by other government employees/agencies?

    Corrupt “legislators” and/or judges, wanna-be nation/state “competitors…

    Bah humbug. With God on our side and POTUS Trump at the helm, *They* consider us surrounded. The poor bastards.

    Mine eyes have seen the coming of the Glory of the Lord,
    He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored.
    He has loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible Swift Sword,
    Our God is Marching on…

    March on Oh Lord, and deliver us from evil from without and within…

    Liked by 2 people

  11. NC Nana says:


    Thanks for pointing out that President O did one thing that will benefit America. How did Maxine phrase it? ‘It will be a database like none other. ‘

    Thank you to President Trump for finding a way to utilize the Big Brother data that will benefit the US citizens.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Daniel M. Camac says:

    Just sent an email to the White House telling VSGPDJT how much I (we) appreciate what he did today with this EO. Only takes a few minutes and it feels so good to know he (or someone who supports him) actually reads some of these as I got a response the other day from one I wrote earlier. MAGA and KAG for 2020 and Beyond!!

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  13. MAGADJT says:

    Late to the comment party so I’m sure this has been posted somewhere already. But this is a good alternative, but the census is what determines state representation in the House among other things. He needed to see this through. I don’t get why it was so impossible, even SCOTUS said it was constitutional, he just needed a different rationale, which could have easily been put forward. I’m pretty sour over this.


    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Plan B is going to give a far more accurate data than the census will which will lead to big changes.

      Liked by 1 person

    • nepanyrush says:

      The Supreme Court decision made it impossible to add the question in time to print the Census forms. As soon as a new rationale was presented to the Supreme Court, everything would have been re-litigated in other courts for months. Not to mention court injunctions in place not allowing the questions.

      I suppose this could process could have been started two years ago, but something tells me the injunctions and court cases would have come up at the last minute anyway. This is how the DEMS fight. The best, and only practical course of action, was this one. Roberts messed it up big time again.

      Not a win, but the best course of action given the way the Dems use the courts.


    • El Torito says:

      Why didn’t Roberts just fix the wording like he did for Obamacare?

      Liked by 1 person

  14. MaineCoon says:

    Earlier this week (Monday?) I coomented, Why can’t we have an E-census given our hi-tech world?

    Day after, in press, POTUS says (paraphasing), Don’t know why we can’t gleen our census data electronically.

    Today, POTUS, we’ll using all department databases to gleen how many citizens and non-citizens we have!!

    I love it when POTUS reads CTH❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸 HAHAHA! Ds can’t win for losing!

    Now, who’s in charge of NSA database? (CIC’s Military)

    They made POTUS do it!!!


    • mugzey302 says:

      Right! I remember an embedded reporter in one of The caravans describing how she asked a woman how she knew about the Caravan to begin with. The woman said was notified on Facebook!! So, these “poor refugees” have smart phones and internet access? There is a much bigger endgame to this orchestrated invasion. These people are pawns, and those in control have no regard for their lives or safety. Just as they invaded Europe with African and MidEastern “refugees” and “migrants” to destroy their cultures and safety, so they invade America with Latin Americans. They plan a long game, the Cabal, and the selfish, power-hungry cruelty of it is demonic.


  15. DONALD FISHER says:

    Another example of a Trump admin screw-up trying to be presented as a win. Gathering the citizen data from other agencies was the original proposal of the Census Bureau, but was rejected by the Administration. Now Trump has no choice but to do it that way, even though the count won’t be official or be considered for House apportionment (which is based on the Census).


    • simplewins says:

      Initial Commerce Dept screw up turned into a BIG win.


      • DONALD FISHER says:

        Big win? An unofficial, likely skewed, citizen count which can’t be used for any significant purpose? Hilarious.


        • simplewins says:

          Well you think all those illegals were going to be truthful answering some census worker? THATS hilarious. lol


        • Rhoda R says:

          Why do you think it can’t be used for any significant purpose? There is noting in the law that says the census has to be filled out by hand … it’s just that hand filling out the forms was the most accurate way to count people for most of our history. Surely just a SSN count would be more accurate for determining the total population and their location from the latest IRS form would show where they live. That is ALL that is required by the census. All the other stuff is just the Government being nosy.


          • steph_gray says:

            The strong implication is that the data can and will be used in the census RESULTS. This completely dwarfs the importance of whether there’s a question about it on the questionnaire.


          • DONALD FISHER says:

            Because, as Secretary Ross explained in his original memo announcing the citizenship question, where he rejected the use of federal records for determining the number of citizens, a mere compiling of existing federal records “would provide an incomplete picture.” In addition, the Census Act states that reapportionment can only be done using the Census (contrary to what many here are claiming).


    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Do your realize how inaccurate the actual Census is? This will be far more accurate. And just wait until the actual number of illegals comes out.

      Also, Trump said:

      The Census Bureau can use this information, along with information collected through the questionnaire, to create the official census. In other words, as a result of today’s executive order, we will be able to ensure the 2020 Census generates an accurate count of how many citizens, non-citizens, and illegal aliens are in the United States of America. Not too much to ask.

      This will greatly inform a wide array of public policy decisions. This information is also relevant to administering our elections. Some states may want to draw state and local legislative districts based upon the voter-eligible population.


      • Zippy says:

        It has been STANDARD operating procedure forever for the Dept. of Commerce to use outside agencies for supplemental data. So, if that was the way data for apportionment could have acquired all along, why do you think they wanted the question on the census?

        13 U. S. C. §6(c) Section 6 states:

        “(a) The Secretary, whenever he considers it advisable, may call upon any other department, agency, or establishment of the Federal Government, or of the government of the District of Columbia, for information pertinent to the work provided for in this title.
        “(b) The Secretary may acquire, by purchase or otherwise, from States, counties, cities, or other units of government, or their instrumentalities, or from private persons and agencies, such copies of records, reports, and other material as may be required for the efficient and economical conduct of the censuses and surveys provided for in this title.
        “(c) To the maximum extent possible and consistent with the kind, timeliness, quality and scope of the statistics required, the Secretary shall acquire and use information available from any source referred to in subsection (a) or (b) of this section instead of conducting direct inquiries.”


        • Eric says:

          I used to work at Commerce. They have never done it on this scale.

          This had backfire on the Left.

          Sorry if that upsets you.


  16. simplewins says:

    DHS must have a HUGE database from all these illegals that they have seen in just the last few years.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. El Torito says:

    Get ready Mexico there’s a caravan of 40 million headed to your North border!


  18. GB Bari says:

    Notice that AG Barr said right at the end that they “will be studying” whether illegal aliens should be counted in calculating Congressional House Representative apportionment.

    “Will be studying”? 🤨

    I would have hoped the Administration already knew the answer. Perhaps they do but didn’t want to reveal how far they’ve researched this.


  19. Wish we had a bounty on trolls…….

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    In other words, John Roberts is a bought and paid for axx, who thwarts the American citizens at every turn.


  21. TwoLaine says:

    VERY Interesting… The CBSN video had a discussion preceding the White House announcement, on the following, which I had not heard of until then.

    Mike Pompeo’s formation of a Commission on Unalienable Human Rights

    This commission was announced this past Monday. My guess is that these two events go together, PLUS Nitwit Nancy’s ridiculous announcement that illegal immigrants have rights that supersede our rights as U.S. Citizens, PLUS all of the illegal 2020 campaign promises made by the DIMs on the left to shower illegals with even more rights they don’t possess using our tax $$$$.

    If you do a search on the formation of this commission, you will see that all the usual media idiots are scared to death what might be determined.


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