DOJ says they are closer to adding the Citizenship question on the 2020 Census

The Justice Department is shifting matters involving efforts to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census to a new team of lawyers.

“As will be reflected in filings tomorrow in the census-related cases, the Department of Justice is shifting these matters to a new team of Civil Division lawyers going forward,” DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupec told reporters in a statement on Sunday.

“Since these cases began, the lawyers representing the United States in these cases have given countless hours to defending the Commerce Department and have consistently demonstrated the highest professionalism, integrity, and skill inside and outside the courtroom.”

President Trump Spoke on the matter in New Jersey before heading back to Washington DC


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DOJ Prematurely said the census question will not be added and the printers were instructed to start printing the census after the due date

President took to spoke to reporters the day after and said that he was looking at many ways to add that citizenship question onto the 2020 census one way he said was Executive Order

Now the DOJ is set to dispatch a new set of Lawyers to try to convince the Lower courts and eventually the Supreme Court to rule in favor of the administration push for the citizenship question on the 2020 Census.

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  1. Where there is a will, there is a way. The Citizenship Question was removed easily — NOT because it was illegal or unconstitutional. It IS CONSTITUTIONAL. President Trump is VERY smart. We, the people, WANT the Citizenship Question. Only citizens can legally vote ! ! ! !

  2. We absolutely need the Citizenship Question on the 2020 Census. President Trump is very smart. He will find a way to put it back. It is 100% legal & Constitutional.

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