Census Data: 10 Million New Immigrants to Enter U.S. During Clinton’s First Term

BREITBART — New reports reveal that minority babies now outnumber white babies in the United States.

Yet U.S. census bureau data suggests that this transformation— which has been the result of four decades of record high green card issuances— U.S. census bureau data suggests that this transformation will rapidly accelerate under a Hillary Clinton presidency.

Hillary Clinton has pledged to expand current immigration rates.

Based on the minimum figures set forth in Clinton’s immigration proposals, the United States could permanently resettle at least 5.4 million migrants throughout the nation during Clinton’s first term alone. However, if Clinton were successful in passing a Rubio-Schumer style immigration expansion bill, that number could be closer to 9.4 million.

According to last year’s U.S. Census Bureau projections, the U.S. was set to admit 1.24 million migrants in a single year. Clinton has said that she would like add an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees on top of existing immigration, and Clinton has made no indication that she plans to limit her Syrian refugee program to one year.

Thus, if she were to continue her Syrian refugee program throughout her presidency, the U.S. could potentially admit roughly 5.4 million migrants during her first term alone.


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