Democrats say Birthright Citizenship is against the constitution, is it because they’re reading the constitution wrong?

Democrats and Republicans alike have raised the banner of the 14th Amendment: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the States wherein they reside.” They claim this means anyone born in the U.S. has a constitutional right to citizenship. But a closer look at the language and history shows this is not the Constitution’s mandate and should never have become national policy. Lars speaks with Dr. Matthew Spalding-Associate Vice President of Hillsdale College Kirby Center explains. Listen below.

SHARE

RELATED CONTENT

Should Nike guarantee sports contracts against the effects of childbirth? What are President Trump’s demands in response to Iran’s aggressive threats? Will the Cannabis Industry be taken over by agricultural and pharmaceutical giants? Lars Thoughts: Oregon’s Legislature Is Murdering The Will Of The Voters Do we know the actual number of illegal aliens currently living in the United States of America? The Ride-Sharing Revolution may be coming to an end in New York.
Comments