We had better drop the idea of putting an end to the birthright citizenship nonsense that combined with chain migration is allowing millions of unskilled peasants from Third World countries to climb aboard the welfare gravy train. Texas tried it, and got a stern warning from Mexico:
The Mexican government is warning that Texas’ denial of birth certificates for U.S. children born here to undocumented immigrants stands to imperil the relationship between Mexico and the Lone Star State.
The concern was raised in an amicus brief filed Monday evening to lend support to immigrants parents who sued Texas after being denied birth certificates for their U.S.-born children, even after showing their “matrículas,” the ID cards issued by the Mexican Consulate to undocumented immigrants. …
The families who are suing say that Texas is violating the 14th amendment and that the state is superseding federal immigration laws.
They might not know how to speak English but they do know their “rights” in the country they have illegally invaded — including the misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment that leftists have used as a justification for displacing our population with one more conducive to socialist rule.
Texas ought to send them back across the border by catapult. That would restore the relationship between Texas and Mexico to one of mutual respect, rather than the current relationship based on Mexico’s cynical exploitation of American moonbattery.