Breaking! GOP Seeks Constitutional Change to Offset State Electoral Advantage From Illegal Aliens

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‘Congressional districts are apportioned to states based on the population of citizens and NONCITIZENS,’ warns GOP rep. Thomas Massie.

Congressmen Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) and Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) proposed an amendment to the U.S. Constitution this week that would prevent states with large numbers of illegal aliens from being represented more in Congress and the Electoral College.

Davidson posted on 𝕏 Tuesday, “Congressional districts should be drawn based on the population of US citizens only. The Census should specifically count US citizens for apportionment of representation. Only US citizens are represented by the US Congress. California has 5-7 extra members of Congress because the Census uses the total population. I have legislation that would end that practice.”

Congressional districts should be drawn based on the population of US citizens only. The Census should specifically count US citizens for apportionment of representation. Only US citizens are represented by the US Congress.

California has 5-7 extra members of Congress because… https://t.co/4xGOzVcB6z

— Warren Davidson 🇺🇸 (@WarrenDavidson) January 2, 2024

Massie also issued a message on 𝕏, writing, “I have cosponsored this proposed Amendment to the Constitution. Currently, Congressional districts are apportioned to states based on the population of citizens and NONCITIZENS which gives states with numerous illegal aliens an advantage in Congress and in the Electoral College.”

I have cosponsored this proposed Amendment to the Constitution.

Currently, Congressional districts are apportioned to states based on the population of citizens and NONCITIZENS which gives states with numerous illegal aliens an advantage in Congress and in the Electoral College. https://t.co/kgIAtsonra pic.twitter.com/2kj5qh9uQG

— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 2, 2024

When one 𝕏 user pointed out the amendment “isn’t needed” because it’s “already unconstitutional to count noncitizens in the allocation process,” Massie addressed the constituent’s concern.

“This could be changed without a Constitutional amendment, and even without a law, but then it would be challenged in the courts. The best way to put it to bed is a constitutional amendment,” the congressman suggested.

This could be changed without a Constitutional amendment, and even without a law, but then it would be challenged in the courts. The best way to put it to bed is a constitutional amendment.

— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 2, 2024

This common-sense idea could help address the fact that states have an incentive to bring in illegals so they get more political power.

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