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California Naturalization: Ungrateful Illegal Appointed To Government, Illegally

By KrisAnne Hall, JD

An illegal alien has been appointed to California government and has become the poster child for why our founders delegated to Congress the power to create a Uniform Rule of Naturalization.

Ironically, there was a discussion during the ratification of our Constitution on why it was necessary to establish a Uniform Rule of Naturalization. Once again, a disregard for the Constitution and its intent has America experiencing a crisis that our founders sought to prevent.

Prior to our current Constitution, under the Articles of Confederation, each State was left to determine, independently, the terms of citizenship. James Madison, Father of the Constitution, wrote in Federalist 42:

“The dissimilarity in the rules of naturalization, has long been remarked as a fault in our system…”

Madison goes on to describe the condition of confusion thrust upon all the States because of a lack of uniform standards for citizenship. For example, one State would establish a very lax standard for citizenship where another State would establish a very strict standard. This disparity created chaos when people would travel or move from one State to another. Madison asked the question: What would happen if a person who is banned from citizenship in one State, obtains citizenship from another State and then demands the benefits of citizenship from that State from which they were originally banned?

“An alien, therefore, legally incapacitated for certain rights in the latter, may, by previous residence only in the former, elude his incapacity;”

Madison then explained that to avoid these consequences both “embarrassing” and “potentially very serious,” our Constitution delegated the authority to Congress to establish a uniform rule to obtain the benefits of citizenship.

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Lizbeth Mateo, 33, claiming those benefits of citizenship through the State of California, is not a citizen by the terms established through the Constitution by law. Mateo has lived her life experiencing the benefits of that citizenship she does not legally hold. She got a doctorate degree from Santa Clara University School of Law. 

But when she graduated, she was not grateful for these benefits or for the country that gave them to her: “[E]verything is dedicated to Oaxaca, Mexico!! to that land that I miss so much.”

In addition to her education, Mateo has now been appointed to a statewide post on a committee that advises the California Student Aid Commission, even though it is illegal to hire an undocumented immigrant. As a new member of California’s representative government, she said one of her chief concerns is that illegal aliens are “under represented” in American government. Mateo clearly has a great deal of confusion about the terms of citizenship established by law.

One can only imagine the chaos that would ensue if Mateo were to leave California and expect to experience these same benefits in a State that is actually complying with the terms of citizenship created through the Constitution.

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As Madison supposed, what will also be the more “serious consequences” when people like Mateo continue to expect the benefits of citizenship while remaining ignorant and even hostile to the Constitution itself? And what will be the “serious consequences” in all of America if we continue to ignore these historical truths by allowing States like California to violate the Constitutionally prescribed supreme law of the land?

The governors of every other State must immediately take a stand against this violation of the Constitution. Each State should issue resolutions of condemnation and sanctions against California until they come into compliance with the terms of the Constitution. 

Further, the people must demand that the federal executive branch continue to enforce the Uniform Rule of Naturalization, even in California. If California refuses to come into compliance with the Constitution, the other States need to have a serious discussion amongst each other and Congress regarding the ability of California to remain a part of the Union.

States like California are not just ignoring the Constitution, they are also ignoring the history and wisdom used to write the Constitution. Their blatant disregard is thrusting America into the embarrassment and chaos our founders actively sought to prevent.

KrisAnne Hall is a former biochemist, Russian linguist for the US Army, and former prosecutor for the State of Florida. KrisAnne also practiced First Amendment Law for a prominent Florida non-profit Law firm. KrisAnne now travels the country teaching the foundational principles of Liberty and our Constitutional Republic. KrisAnne is the author of 6 books on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, she also has an internationally popular radio and television show and her books and classes have been featured on C-SPAN TV. KrisAnne can be found at www.KrisAnneHall.com.


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4 replies on “California Naturalization: Ungrateful Illegal Appointed To Government, Illegally”

San Antonio, TX has an illegal woman who came to America from Monterrey, Mexico, received a free education at Stanford and Harvard, gratis the taxpayer, and now sits on the San Antonio City Council making laws for the rest of us. Texas has a sitting judge (now on unpaid leave) in Corpus Christi (Judge Young Min Burkett) also not a citizen but is given the chance to expedite her citizenship to keep her job. Somehow that seems wrong. She knew she was ineligible for the job therefore breaking the law but now she is being given favored status. Where’s our favored status in this society? I came home from VN and spent years at menial jobs and couldn’t get the VA or government to help me find a decent job. Now we just give them away to illegals and we’re supposed to think that’s a great idea!

It is most definitely NOT a good idea. These states which allow illegal aliens to fill important jobs in government must be brought under control. Taxpayer money should NOT be used to educate them either. Thank you for your service to our country. I hope things are better for you now.

All told, it would be best for California to leave and go in peace. We can fairly easily work out defense and trade terms.

All of California does not think the way the liberals in the large metropolitan areas do. The conservatives are talking of withdrawing from California and forming their own state. The southern portion of Oregon has been talking of joining them. It has gotten to the place where the votes of the people who live outside the big cities does not even count in a federal election. They are outnumbered by the cities.

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