When news about the President’s impending decision to scrap the poorly-closeted amnesty decision of DACA broke, I along with many other Nationalists began to wonder if this was just part of a wider scheme to force some weird sort of “comprehensive immigration reform” down our throats.
I mean, and let’s just be real on this, such concepts aren’t exactly new to either the political world, or to Trump’s repertoire – he talks in several of his books about aiming ridiculously high to achieve minor to moderate gains at the end of the day.
I just didn’t think it would be the Republicans who would be the first to push the plan to eliminate DACA on paper, but yet still allow the youthful foreign hordes to remain on our soil to drain our blood for generations.
Actually, let me be honest and say that I wasn’t all that surprised to hear about this news.
Conservative lawmakers led by Thom Tillis are crafting a bill they call the conservative Dream Act that would provide a path to permanent residency to people brought here illegally as children, offering President Donald Trump an escape hatch on one of his most vexing immigration challenges.
The legislation creates an avenue for Trump to both fulfill a campaign promise to end an Obama-era program known as DACA while yielding to what appears to be his personal desire to let these immigrants remain in the country.
“Who cares about DACA if there’s a Dream Act,” said a Republican involved with the policy negotiations and aware of Tillis’ plan.
You sniveling little cuckold, what we (Trump’s base) care about is the destruction of our demographics, and the annihilation of the ability of a White Man to work his way up in the world.
This will be impossible, as it is already becoming clear that these “Dreamers” are being groomed to take significant positions in the public and private sectors right around the time when Whites will officially become a minority in the United States.
If you’re a parent with a little one, imagine a world in which your son or daughter will be forced to bow and scrape before Conchita, Patesh, and Mi-Ling just to gain a job busing tables or scrubbing dishes in the back of a kitchen.
Unless your child decides to pioneer some new sick form of deviancy, you can just forget about it.
Trump has wrestled with the politics versus the personal on this issue since Inauguration Day, recognizing that whatever he decides to do about the roughly 800,000 young immigrants known as Dreamers will anger many and shape his legacy.
It was a year ago this week that, as a candidate, Trump promised supporters in Phoenix that he would scrap what he called an “illegal amnesty” program. But his tone changed dramatically once he became president, and he publicly shared his reluctance to put so many young people in line for deportation.
Trump is expected to end DACA as soon as Friday, but allow those who have received work permits to keep them until they expire, according to multiple people familiar with the policy negotiations.
The Tillis plan makes killing the deferred action program much more politically palatable. Republicans involved in the policy negotiations said Trump can claim a win with both his base for ending the program and the young people, for whom he promised to try to “work something out.”
Details are still being worked out, but the Tillis plan would be a companion proposal to a House bill introduced by Miami Republican Carlos Curbelo.
Like Curbelo’s bill, the Tillis plan would offer an eventual path to U.S. citizenship for immigrants who entered illegally before Jan. 1, 2012, and were 16 years old or younger.
The proposal would grant high school graduates without a serious criminal record conditional immigration status for a five-year period. During that time, if they earn a higher-education degree, serve in the military or stay employed, they could apply for permanent residency and, eventually, citizenship.
About 2.5 million Dreamers would be eligible.
“It really is the conservative dreamer bill,” said a congressional source familiar with the plan.
Actually, you’re only about half correct on this one.
IT. IS. THE. SAME. DAMNED. BILL. AS. DACA.
Nothing changes, and nobody in reality gets deported.
Tillis has shown deep interest in immigration policy. He placed a “hold” on one of Trump’s nominees for the Department of Homeland Security in July in an effort to pressure the department to approve more visas for guest workers. He removed the hold on Lee Francis Cissna to be director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services after DHS and then-Sec. John Kelly approved an additional 15,000 visas for workers who aid North Carolina’s landscaping, tourism and seafood-production industries.
Study the face of this man and file it somewhere in the part of your mind reserved for images and memories of traitors, for critters like Thom Tillis are exactly why we wish to see the Republican Party stomped into the dust.
Notice how on everything else, the GOP has moved like a paraplegic geriatric, but on proposals involving things that would aid the White Community in the short, medium, and long term they have reacted with stunning speed.
They are your enemies, White Man, and in my book are far more dangerous than even the Antifa – Bolsheviks let their hate for you be openly known, while the Cuckservative hides it behind platitudes and pleasant speeches/promises.