As many remain outraged at President Trump’s plan to change the 14th Amendment, which grants citizenship to babies born in the United States to illegal immigrant parents, Trump revealed further plans to instill Christian family values and curb illegal immigration.
A bill will be proposed making it mandatory to be married when a child is born otherwise the child will be deemed undocumented and shipped back to the country the baby is most related to. A DNA test will be done on the child to determine what nationality they are primarily made up from. Once that’s sorted, the bastard child will be shipped back to that country and put into a U.S. funded orphanage. Trump plans to open several orphanages in every country that will be supported by American tax dollars in order to handle the mass of children that are about to be sent back.
Adults are not going to be grandfathered in either. If you were born out of wedlock you also have to go back where some of your ancestors came from. As of now nothing will preclude you from this ruling. Military service, age, party affiliation, occupation, tax bracket, or even current marital status. That all gets voided if your parents didn’t have the decency to get married when they found out they were pregnant.
If you have children and it turns out your parents weren’t married, they go back too, and not necessarily to the country you’re going to. If their mother’s nationality outweighs yours, that’s the country they are shipped to.
Trump notes that this will help the economy a great deal as only Americans will be allowed to work in the international orphanages, thus creating more jobs. Also, there will be so many job openings that the economy will thrive and virtually everyone should be employed by 2024.
Many opponents of the proposed law are very vocal about the lives this will impact. I’ve received a lot of email and messages regarding the hatred of my support for this action and to that I say, tough luck. Your parents should’ve been married like mine. Citizenship in our great country is not a birthright, it’s a something much more than that, it’s a signed government document.