Last Friday, Georgia’s Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives voted with the rest of their Democrat colleagues for H.R. 5376 (the “Build Back Better” legislation) that contains what may be the largest illegal alien amnesty in U.S. history. Georgia’s Republican congressmen voted with the rest of their colleagues in opposition.

The legislation is over 2,000 pages, and the amnesty is only a small part of it, but it has big implications. Consider these parts of the bill as summarized by the Washington-based Numbers USA organization: 

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