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Here's some more stats for you to give traitiors and invaders in the future.

The data was collected by the Census Bureau in March 2007. Among the report’s
• The nation’s immigrant population (legal and illegal) reached a record of 37.9 million
in 2007.
• Immigrants account for one in eight U.S. residents, the highest level in 80 years. In
1970 it was one in 21; in 1980 it was one in 16; and in 1990 it was one in 13.
• Overall, nearly one in three immigrants is an illegal alien. Half of Mexican and
Central American immigrants and one-third of South American immigrants are illegal.
• Since 2000, 10.3 million immigrants have arrived — the highest seven-year period of
immigration in U.S. history. More than half of post-2000 arrivals (5.6 million) are
estimated to be illegal aliens.
• The largest increases in immigrants were in California, Florida, Texas, New Jersey,
Illinois, Arizona, Virginia, Maryland, Washington, Georgia, North Carolina, and
• Of adult immigrants, 31 percent have not completed high school, compared to 8
percent of natives. Since 2000, immigration increased the number of workers without
a high school diploma by 14 percent, and all other workers by 3 percent.
• The share of immigrants and natives who are college graduates is about the same.
Immigrants were once much more likely than natives to be college graduates.
• The proportion of immigrant-headed households using at least one major welfare
program is 33 percent, compared to 19 percent for native households.
• The poverty rate for immigrants and their U.S.-born children (under 18) is 17 percent,
nearly 50 percent higher than the rate for natives and their children.
• 34 percent of immigrants lack health insurance, compared to 13 percent of natives.
Immigrants and their U.S.-born children account for 71 percent of the increase in the
uninsured since 1989.
• Immigrants make significant progress over time. But even those who have been here
for 20 years are more likely to be in poverty, lack insurance, or use welfare than are
• The primary reason for the high rates of immigrant poverty, lack of health insurance,
and welfare use is their low education levels, not their legal status or an unwillingness
to work.

More Americans have been killed by illegal aliens than by the terrorist attacks on
9//11//01 since that time! The REAL numbers on illegal immigration are:

There are 27,055,655 illegal aliens currently in the United States.

•397,446,009,000 Spent on the cost of social services since 1996.

•15,339,869 Is the number of skilled Jobs provided to illegal aliens.
•955,200 is the number of illegal alien fugitives in the United States.
•613,755 Illegal aliens are currently incarcerated.
•22,288,000,000 Has been the cost of incarcerations Since 2008.
•4,861,515 Is the number of Anchor Babies born Since 2002.
•7,395,195 Children of ilegal aliens are in public schools.
•156,388,000,000 Spent on Illegal aliens in K-12 Since 1996.
From the L.A. Times:

1: 40% of all workers in LA County (10.2 million people) are working for cash; and not
paying taxes. This is because they are predominantly illegal aliens, working without a
green card. (Donald Trump was right)
2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
4. 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.
5.. Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal aliens on Medi-Cal, whose
births were paid for by taxpayer
6. Nearly 35% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here
7. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.
8. The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal
aliens from south of the border.
9. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.
10. 21 radio stations in LA are Spanish- speaking.
11. In LA County, 5.1 million people speak English; 3.9 million, speak Spanish. (There
are 10.2 million people, in LA County.

Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, yet 29% are on welfare. Over 70%
of the United States' annual population growth,

2% of the DACA's MAY get a 4 year College degree.

4% MAY get a 2 year degree.

Only 7% are in the top 1/2 of their high school class.

51% will not get a high school diploma or a GED (the requirement was to get a GED or
high school diploma or join the military)

Of the near 800 that have joined the military 32 have already been kicked out.

12% already have a child born in the US that are on some type of welfare entitlement
that the parent also benefits from.

Over 1/4 of the DACA's cannot speak English (part of the DACA requirement was that
they learn)

If DACA is approved, within 5 years 49+% will be taking a welfare entitlement of some
type, costing the US taxpayers over 28 BILLION a year.