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November 10, 2019

DAILYKENN.com --Countless millions of non-whites prefer to live in the white racist USA illegally than in their native homelands. The number of illegal aliens is literally countless, but a realistic estimate from a Yale University study places the number at 22.1-million. 

That number exceeds the population count of each state except Texas and California. By comparison, the third most populated state is Florida with a population of 21,299,325. It's more than four times the total population of South Carolina (5,084,127), more than three times the population of Tennesee (6,770,010) and Indiana (6,691,878 ), and millions more than all three states combined (18,546,015) [source].

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...the number of illegals was far greater than previously thought. Their study of demographic and immigration-operations data led them to believe that there are approximately 22.1 million illegals currently living in the United States, a result the authors said surprised them. Shocked by their findings, the authors then deliberately altered the parameters of their study to get a more conservative estimate of illegals. But even that attempt yielded a result of 16.7 million.

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