Energy Conservation Legislation and Illegal Immigration
By William Jud
Jun 10, 2009
How do illegal immigration and chain immigration fit the premise of the so-called (and fraudulent) problem of Anthropogenic Global Warming and excess carbon emissions in the United States of America?
That's an easy answer. The estimated 10,000,000 to 20,000,000 illegal aliens in the United States burn carbon-based fuels in their daily lives. They cook food, use electricity, drive vehicles, and use energy of all sorts. If all the illegal aliens were deported, and all were offered a window of amnesty during which they could voluntarily return home without being arrested or hassled by government officials, the U. S. population would immediately drop and so would U. S. emission of Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gasses. Pollution, crowding, crime, infrastructure maintenance cost, and prices would all drop quickly. If that number also included all people who entered under chain migration the population reduction would be even greater and so would reduction of energy use.
Why does Congress not see the obvious and send the illegals and chain people back home? Congress takes no action because illegal immigration and chain migration are a popular form of political embezzlement.