DAILYKENN.com -- Immigrants ended their path to citizenship by taking the obligatory oath during a naturalization ceremony.
The judge, however, omitted the final four words: "...so help me God."
Prospective citizens who object to the four words may substitute the phrase, "and solemnly affirmed." Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell, however, didn't inform the oath takers of that option, reports say.
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The question is: Are the oath takers legal citizens? After all, none apparently took the oath as prescribed by law.
Other takeaways from the event:
• The new citizens appear to be all non-white. We wonder: If America is dominated by privileged white supremacists, why do non-whites want to come here? Do they want to be oppressed? Or is the notion that white people are innately racist merely a cultural Marxist myth?
• Globalists often come unhinged at the suggestion of deporting illegal aliens (called, "dreamers" by the left). They insist illegal aliens be given a path to citizenship. The ceremony in Washington, DC proves that a path to citizenship is already in place and always has been. Illegal aliens and their globalist enablers simply prefer to shortcut the legal system.
The event occurred in Washington, D.C. in September, 2016.
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