A majority of voters oppose permanently transferring billions in American taxpayer money to illegal aliens via expanded child tax credits, a new survey finds.
For months, Senate Democrats have sought to pass a $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package that would need only majority support in the House and Senate. The reconciliation process would also prevent Senate Republicans from using the filibuster to stop the plan.
As part of that reconciliation package, Democrats want to make permanent President Joe Biden’s Child Tax Credit program that allows the illegal alien parents of United States-born children, commonly referred to as “anchor babies,” to secure billions in tax credits without having to work.
A Morning Consult survey shows that 52 percent of registered voters are opposed to