REPORT: Illegal Alien Population Booms in Red States Ahead of 2020 Election


The illegal alien population has boomed in at least three red states won by President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, new analysis reveals.

Pew Research Center analysis finds that in Louisiana, North Dakota, and South Dakota — three states that went overwhelmingly for Trump over failed Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election — the illegal alien population has increased over the last ten years.

The article goes on to state the following:

Between 2007 and 2017, Louisiana — which went nearly 60 percent for Trump in the 2016 election — has an illegal alien population that has grown by 15,000.

“The Trump 2020 effort needs more conservatives to step up and be loud, or the Democrats will make it so all these illegal aliens become voters and red states go blue forever,” said DML News App founder Dennis Michael Lynch during his morning show on

DML launched a campaign against Fox News Friday evening during a Facebook Live.  DML was outraged after the network hosted open-borders presidential candidate Julian Castro.  “Why is Fox News pushing these harmful narratives and making it harder for Trump to win… it’s wrong to do to Trump and the Fox audience that has made Fox billions of dollars”,  Lynch declared.  He urged people to show support for Trump by sending an email to the media director at Fox News.  More information about to how to get involved in sending the email is on DML’s website.  Click here to learn more about pushing back against Fox News support of open-borders candidates.

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