A mind-blowing study from Yale University showcases incorrect statistical data from US Government agencies, with a stunning twice as many of total criminal illegal aliens inside of the nation.
Americans have long felt they're being invaded by a seemingly endless mob of illegal aliens.
Whether you live in a border town in Texas, or in any of America's inner cities, <i>the illegal alien presence is undoubtedly a serious threat</i>.
For the better part of a decade, there has remained an unquestioned number, at 11.3 million illegal aliens, who the US government claims reside in the country.
That number would have so-called “fact checkers,” and liberal-backed research groups swear by the totals as if they wrote them in concrete.
Other advocates, this who have a strong belief of actually enforcing the nation's federal immigration laws, have disagreed.
Ann Coulter is one of the voices who has clashed with the Trump Administration over the perceived inactions on illegal aliens.
Albeit, we all agree that the GOP is largely to blame for the failure. But, as Coulter says, we have a rising threat on our hands.
In an interview with the <a href="https://www.app.com/story/opinion/columnists/2017/09/21/ann-coulter-wall-immigration-trump/105851728/"> Asbury Park Press</a>, Coulter said:
<blockquote>”Even a federal government determined not to tell Americans how many illegal immigrants are committing crimes admits that — at a minimum — there are 350,000 illegal immigrants incarcerated in state prisons and jails, and 3,500 are in for murder.”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”Considering that the average time served for murder in America is six years, that means that, in the last 12 years, hurricanes have killed 332 Americans, and illegal immigrants have killed 7,000 American.”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”Throw in the more than 30,000 Americans who die every year from heroin and fentanyl brought in by Mexicans, and illegal immigration is a problem at least 100 times more urgent than Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and every other hurricane since 2005, combined.”</blockquote>
What Ann Coulter, and many other Americans, have agreed on is that there is seemingly a coordinated effort to cover up truths.
The United States of America's own government is attempting to not let Americans know how many illegals are in the country and what sort of crimes they've committed.
Now, three Yale University-affiliated researchers have released a report that indicates the above-mentioned claims.
The actual population of illegal aliens inside of the United States of America is actually twice as high as believed, say the three, and they believe the total was underestimated for several decades.
“Our original idea was just to do a sanity check on the existing number,” says Edward Kaplan, the William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Operations Research at the Yale School of Management. “Instead of a number which was smaller, we got a number that was 50% higher. That caused us to scratch our heads.”
“Using mathematical modeling on a range of demographic and immigration operations data, the researchers estimate there are 22.1 million undocumented immigrants in the United States,”<a href="https://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/yale-study-finds-twice-as-many-undocumented-immigrants-as-previous-estimates"> Yale University’s </a>Mohammad Fazel-Zarandi, Jonathan S. Feinstein, Edward H. Kaplan said of their research.
Jonathan Feinstein, whose the John G. Searle Professor of Economics and Management at Yale SOM, has his own theories.
“There’s a number that everybody quotes, but when you actually dig down and say, ‘What is it based on?’ You find it’s based on one very specific survey and possibly an approach that has some difficulties,” Professor Feinstein said. “So we went in and just took a very different approach.”
“It’s been the only method used for the last three decades,” says Mohammad Fazel‐Zarandi, currently a senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Prior to MIT, Fazel-Zarandi was a postdoctoral associate and lecturer in operations at the Yale School of Management.
This critical achievement of configuring both an equation and a <i>solution</i> to the number of illegals in our country; is a question which has propounded experts for years.
That made the researchers curious—could they reproduce the number using a different methodology?
The approach in the new research was based on operational data, such as deportations and visa overstays, and demographic data, Kaplan says. “The population today is equal to the initial population plus everyone who came in minus everyone who went out. It’s that simple.”
The research is nearly indisputable, claiming they conducted 1,000,000 simulations of their model.
During those simulations, the researchers’ 95% probability range was 16 million to 29 million, with 22.1 million as the mean.
“There really is some open water between these estimates,” Kaplan says, arguing that simply sampling MBA sampling variability or annual fluctuations between approaches isn't a proper explanation.
The Yale trio and the existing numbers of surveys such as the Census do agree, surprisingly.
Each of the US Census methods determined the highest growth of illegal aliens happened during the Clinton Administration, between 1992 and the end of his two terms in the year 2000.
There has also been occurred a stabilization of the population size, and that has remained steady since 2008.
“The trajectory is the same. We see the same patterns happening, but they’re just understating the actual number of people who have made it here,” says Fazel‐Zarandi. “They are capturing part of this population, but not the whole population.”
<img src="https://media.8ch.net/file_store/ae46717cb35ae02c6ded29b30b5581f6ceb74e9a582d318779a58e4b6300e44e.jpg" style="max-height:640bpx;max-width:360px;">
<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/yale-study-finds-twice-as-many-undocumented-immigrants-as-previous-estimates"> Yale University</a>.</span>
“The analysis we’ve done can be thought of as estimating the size of a hidden population,” Kaplan says. “People who are undocumented immigrants are not walking around with labels on their foreheads. Neither are populations of homeless people, neither are populations of drug users, and neither are populations of terrorists.”
“Yet for policy, it is very important to know the size of these hidden populations because that sets the scale of the problem in each of these different policy areas,” Kaplan adds.
<img src="https://media.8ch.net/file_store/d0d2d8aab9874acf85cf7c811532a9f8f0cbc1876964f9fbd77eb538b97ad60c.jpg" style="max-height:640bpx;max-width:360px;">
<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/2017/comm/cb17-44_popest_migration.html"> US Census</a>. </span>
Feinstein says, “I see this project a filling in the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. You’re taking the data from different places and bringing it together in a way that’s logical and helps you estimate something important, but not all those pieces have all the information you’d like.”
Americans know there are far more illegal aliens than believed, and now there is proof.
We now have to determine how to fix this problem, and how we can promote strengthening our nation's borders after the Trump Administration leaves office.
President Trump has cracked down, with rhetoric, but the RINO (Republicans in name only) and Democratic Party elite have prevented any actual policy implementation.
We still desperately need a border wall, which is what President Trump campaigned on, and was elected to office to fulfill.
It's infuriating that the Congress continues to stonewall on this desire from America, in part due to their financiers promoting globalization.
There's an endless battle for supremacy in America, among both the big industry and foreign government lobbies.
Each of whom would love nothing more than the traditional-values, Christian, and patriotic American populace to become a minority.
The logic behind such an effort is simple.
<img src="https://media.8ch.net/file_store/401ce58bb0f88e43333604ad7e37e1e95ca85d09411bae2576edc3e7f21f1bfa.png" style="max-height:640bpx;max-width:360px;">
<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: <a href="http://www.pewresearch.org/ft_17-11-02_refugeesstate_2017_680px/"> Pew Research Center</a>.</span>
The majority of the illegal alien, refugee, and even visa and student exchange residents being less likely to resist their Orwellian government.
Not only will they obey the commands of their puppet leaders, but they'll also listen to the foreign entities which fund them.
The mainstream media makes an effort to depict the illegals in America, and those incarcerated by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agencies as being “Dreamers” or “innocent” children.
<b>We now know that the real number of illegals is closer to 22 million, and in reality, calling them “innocent” is the furthest thing from the truth.
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