That which cannot continue, will not continue:
The legal and illegal population of foreign-born immigrants living in America will break a 100-year-old record in just six years — and will continue to smash records for the rest of the century, according to a new analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.Linear thinkers always argue that trends cannot be reversed. Of course, if that were true, the previous all-time high would not have peaked in 1890.
Already 13.5 percent of the U.S. population, immigrants will surge to 15 percent in 2023, according to Steven Camarota, the director of research for the Center for Immigration Studies.
At a conference to discuss the impact of immigration on public schools, he said "the share will hit 15 percent in just six years and that will surpass the all time high in the United States reached in 1890." And if unchecked, he added, "the share is projected to increase throughout much of this century."