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House Democrats just voted to REPLACE American voters with illegal immigrants who will now be represented in Congress

A senior adviser of former President Donald Trump turned to social media to warn the public about a recent bill that was passed by House Democrats. The proposal gives illegal immigrants representation in Congress and the Electoral College – which critics see as a move to replace real American voters with illegal occupiers.

A post on X, formerly Twitter, by America First Legal founder Stephen Miller indicated: "ALERT: House Dems just voted UNANIMOUSLY to give illegals representation in Congress AND the Electoral College. House Seats and Electoral College votes WILL BE added to areas with the most illegals (including all Biden illegals) unless the Senate passes the bill. Invasion by design." (Related: TRAITOR: Trump lambasts Biden's immigration policies aiming to replace American voters with illegal migrants.)

The said post included a screengrab of H.R. 7109, or the Equal Representation Act, showing that 202 Democrats voted against it on May 8. The post has been viewed 61.9 million times as of May 10 noon. A repost of the message by Big Tech mogul Elon Musk with the "100 percent" emoji was, meanwhile, viewed 30.8 million times.

A user commented: "They know they can't win without them, and they don't care about the lives at risk to Americans to get those votes." A migrant who went through the proper citizenship process said: "American citizenship means less and less. It took me seven years to earn my citizenship. Dems do not hide their true colors anymore. They are importing voters for one-party control. This is not constitutional. Urge your Senators to vote for this house bill. Make your vote count."

Meanwhile, Newsweek claimed that Miller's analysis of the bill is misleading and unfounded. The act which was introduced by North Carolina Republican Representative Chuck Edwards, would require the decennial census to include a citizenship question and "modify apportionment of Representatives to be based on United States citizens instead of all persons," the media outlet claimed. The decennial census, which will next take place in 2030, is conducted to form the Constitutional basis to reapportion the U.S. House of Representatives, determining the 435 memberships, or seats, in the House, it further said.

"The mere presence of illegal immigrants in the U.S. is influencing electoral outcomes, and the Equal Representation Act that the House passed would protect our democracy by making sure that American citizens – and American citizens only – have a say in determining the direction of our country," Edwards said in a statement.

Musk warns: 2024 will be the last election ‘actually decided by US citizens’

Due to the surge of illegals in the United States and now that they are being allowed to vote, Tech Giant billionaire Elon Musk believes that "the 2024 presidential election will likely be the last to be decided by the U.S. citizens."

Musk's comment came in response to news that Republicans in the House of Representatives passed a bill requiring citizenship status to be added to the ten-yearly census, despite opposition from the White House. "Unanimous Democrat opposition to requiring citizenship for apportionment of House seats and Presidential electoral college votes says it all," Musk replied to the thread. "The Democratic Party's goal is to disenfranchise U.S. citizens by importing as many illegal immigrants as possible.

Despite voting for President Joe Biden in 2020, he has openly criticized the president’s immigration policy but he has also called to make the legal immigration process easier and quicker. His latest post appeared to favor the GOP’s viewpoint that immigration, particularly in the southwest, is running unchecked.

"We should not reward states and cities that violate federal immigration laws and maintain sanctuary policies with increased Congressional representation," House Speaker Mike Johnson said after Wednesday's vote. "Common sense dictates that only American citizens should be counted for electoral apportionment and the Equal Representation Act ensures that."

Meanwhile, figures from the American Immigration Council show there are around 45.2 million people who count as part of the U.S. immigrant population, which is around 13 percent of the country's total. Out of those, around 53 percent are entitled to vote as they are naturalized American citizens, rather than so-called resident aliens, those in the country on work permits or illegal immigrants.

Earlier this week, the Biden Administration spoke out against the bill, saying the government "strongly opposed" the change. The statement indicated that it would break the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which states the census should simply count the "whole number of persons" in each state. "The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to ensuring that the census remains as accurate as possible and free from political interference and to upholding the longstanding principle of equal representation enshrined in our Constitution, census statutes and historical tradition," the White House statement read.

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