LBN EXAMINER “Birthright Citizenship” Investigative Story Goes Viral
“Every other modern developed nation in the world has gotten rid of birthright citizenship policies,” Examiner contends.
LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, August 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The lead investigative story in Sunday’s LBN Examiner(August 19th, 2018) spotlighting America’s “stand-alone” policy of granting birthright citizenship to the newborn babies of tourists and undocumented aliens has gone viral.
The story sites that the United States is the only country granting this privilege. “Every other modern developed nation in the world has gotten rid of birthright citizenship policies,” Examiner contends. “NO OTHER COUNTRIES. The U.S. ‘Stands alone.’ There used to be all kinds of developed countries that gave away their citizenship as freely as we do in the U.S. but one by one they all have recognized and withdrew the policy.”
In direct response to Examiner’s feature article, Michael Anton, a former national-security spokesman for President Donald Trump, has kicked off a debate about citizenship and immigration. Anton argues that we should end the longstanding practice of granting automatic citizenship to children who are born in the United States to illegal immigrants. The Constitution, he says, does not require it.
The article also reveals a list of countries that have repealed the “birthright” policy, including their corresponding year of action. Some countries sited include:
– New Zealand repealed in 2006
– Ireland repealed in 2005
– France repealed in 1993
– India repealed in 1987
– United Kingdom repealed in 1983
– Portugal repealed in 1981
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