Sleeper Agents From Birth Called Terror Babies
Illegal immigrants having kids in the U.S. are called "terror babies" by Texas Republicans who would like for the U.S. constitution to repeal the 14th amendment. Because the 14th amendment is in place, anybody born within the U.S. gets U.S. citizenship. Congressman in Texas Louie Gohmert and Debbie Riddle, state representative, explain that taxpayers have to pay for illegal immigrants who come to America to have their babies. Then they take their little U.S. citizens home to be trained as deadly sleeper agents, who return as an adults to attack from within.
Conspiracy all about terror babies
The terror babies conspiracy was revealed this week by Anderson Cooper on CNN. Riddle and Gohmert, Texas republicans, said "former FBI officials" told them all the info on terror babies. Gohmert used terror babies to argue the 14th Amendment should be changed. Riddle explains that immigrant women have kids in America "with the nefarious purpose of turning them into little terrorists, who'll then come back to the U.S. and do us harm." There is no proof that terror babies really exist as they were being pressed by Cooper. Evidently nobody informed Riddle that facts would be needed before having the interview which she complained about whole heartedly.
U.S. laws make little terrorists unlikely
Think Progress explains that these terror babies are unlikely to exist considering U.S. law. It can be very hard just to get a simple U.S. visa. The U.S. has fingerprints, photos and evidence of the purpose of the trip for these individuals also as having had an interview with an officer who works at the U.S. embassy. The purpose in the country is typically to work for those immigrant women who do really have kids in the U.S. who become American citizens.
Anchor babies help with citizenship
Republican senators argue more about "anchor babies" than terror babies saying "birthright citizenship" isn't right and that the 14th amendment should be rewritten According to PolitiFact, having a baby in America won't make you a U.S. citizen any faster than it would have before. More than 30 years are wasted in this process. Children aren't able to sponsor their parents who aren't citizens unless they are 21 years old. Before applying to re-enter the U.S., parents have to then return home for 10 years.
FBI evidence doesn't exist
Cooper interviewed on CNN Tom Fuentes, FBI's assistant director in international operations from 2004 to 2008, after the terror babies story came out from Gohmert and Riddle. Fuentes said there was never a credible report on terror babies. An open records request for anything about the conversation between Riddle and also the former FBI agent was made by Elise Hu of the Texas Tribune. You will find no records.
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