PHOTO: The 2000 US Census Asked Citizenship Question — Obama Deleted it in 2010 — Trump Wants It Back in 2020
On June 27th the United States Supreme Court ruled on the census citizenship question. SCOTUS sent it back to a lower court.
The decision essentially blocked the citizen question from the 2020 census.
Back in April the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on whether the Trump administration can include a citizenship question on the high-stakes 2020 Census questionnaire. This was a regularly asked question in historical census forms from 1820-1950.
As Michelle Malkin reported at the time, open borders groups linked to George Soros are leading the movement to exclude the citizenship question from the US Census.
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 27, 2019
Mexican cartels, human smugglers, open borders Democrats and other anti-American groups also support the measure.
But it wasn’t that long ago that the US Census asked about citizenship.
This is page 4 from the 2000 US Census.
Here is a chart on when the citizenship was asked in the US Census.
The citizenship was asked in 2000 on 1/6 of samples.
Obama took the question off the census in 2010 so he could help the Democrat Party to hold power.
Now President Trump wants it back on the census.