in the proximity ofvideo Supreme court justice to weigh the 2020 census citizenship question
The court is the government can add a question on the citizenship of the census? Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano examines the arguments.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, on Wednesday defended the Democrats ” decision to subpoena documents in connection with President Trump proposed census question, the rays of the administration is the lack of cooperation on an issue that she said had a history of “racism.”
“What do we get? Blockade policy, disability, we get a lack of answers!”, she said at a hearing of the House Oversight Committee. Ocasio-Cortez is demanding answers, why are people like former White House Advisor Steve Bannon and Kris Kobach had “their fingerprints, and political intent all over the United States census.”
“I want to have retweeted know about corruption, I would like to know about the racism,” she said, her comments in a tweet by MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin, that Ocasio-Cortez then.
They also accused Kobach of voter suppression.
JUDGE NAPOLITANO ON THE CENSUS: “TO ANSWER THE ONLY QUESTION YOU ARE OBLIGATED, IS THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO LIVE THERE’
Trump proposed to issue a counter-reaction from Democrats, as he proposed it at the beginning of 2018. Have questions about citizenship, Democrats argued, would help the Republicans win the political power and the propensity of the population estimates required to direct Federal tax money.
When the decision was faced with a challenge, court, news surfaced that a now-deceased Republican strategist the question pushed, stating that it would help the Republican electoral system.
The house Oversight Committee requested documents relating to the decision, but the administration blocked that request by the executive privilege of asking — to take account of house Democrats holding trade Minister Wilbur Ross in contempt.
“I want to know why this question was added in a magical way,” Ocasio-Cortez said on Wednesday, “after we have seen that a political operative knew, and detailed the intention to intimidate, racial and migrant communities for a party political purpose.”
FEDERAL JUDGE BARS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO ADD A CITIZENSHIP QUESTION TO THE 2020 CENSUS
They also criticized the administration for appearing to cut short the amount of time needed, the vet said a census question — a process that lasted five years.
“This is not a question of whether I want to know, who is a citizen of the United States or not,” she said. “What I want to know why this question was added as to why two years were shaved, the five-year process.”
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If the Commerce Department announced, first of all, the question you asked it a long time the practice ended in the year 1950 as a way to help the enforcement of the Voting Rights Act.
Various Federal courts have already blocked the question, but it could get support from the Supreme court. Conservative justices signaled in April that you might be the support of the government, the decision to remain quiet, while the left-oriented judges, the government pressed on, the reasoning behind the question is also.