Somehow I don’t think it would be retroactive, once citizenship is granted it must be taken away legally. Not through an executive order. Congress could pass something, but I suspect they would not. It would be a huge upheaval in society, there are so many. I would love to be proved wrong on this.
“Somehow I dont think it would be retroactive, once citizenship is granted it must be taken away legally”
It was never given legally. It was citizenship conjured up out of thin air by the courts who can’t make anyone a citizen. No ex post facto laws to be concerned with...
See what lawlessness begets?
It’s an interesting question to say the least, but I’m not entirely sure. Say a kid was born 10 years ago, what has the federal government done to make his citizenship official? A Social Security number? Citizenship is not required to attend school. Welfare for his mother? I dunno. But it also raises the question of how this would be implemented. If a U.S. birth certificate is not evidence of citizenship, what would be? National ID?