We’ve already got people allegedly on our side talking about how a DACA amnesty would not be all that bad so long as we get the wall, an end to the visa lottery, and some serious cuts to chain migration.
They say, “Who cares about these bean people – we can just deport them once the Overton Window pushes more to the right and we take power.”
Or they say, “It’s just a drop in the bucket. Less than a million people is nothing if we stop their relatives from marching into our country.”
Well, ah, perhaps these chronic white-pill junkies need to take a long hard look at how Jews and cucks like to manipulate language and legal definitions before they start trying to cover for the ultimate betrayal.
Because we’re talking millions here, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we see even more NEW AMERICANS once the courts finish with their litigation.
The political debate over the fate of “DREAMers” — undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children — has overlooked just how many there are in the country today: about 3.6 million.
That number of people whose lives risk being uprooted is not widely known, in large part because so much public attention has been focused recently on 800,000 mostly young DREAMers accepted into the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
This smaller group of DREAMers is in the spotlight because President Trump terminated DACA in September, saying it was an illegal overreach of executive authority that can only come from Congress, which is negotiating with Trump on a compromise immigration plan.
While many politicians use DREAMer and DACA interchangeably, the terms are “not a distinction without a difference,” said House Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md.
Thank you, Steny, for that interesting little freudian slip – I’m assuming you didn’t want to let people in on that secret until amnesty made its way past President Trump’s list.
Because the fact remains that only a small percentage of White Americans pay close attention to the news, and even fewer read the fine details on serious bills that become law.
They’d support amnesty going just on what Fox News or CNN told them – all the while not realizing that 5 times the number of illegals mentioned just got permanent status in this country.
The 3.6 million estimate of undocumented immigrants brought to U.S. before their 18th birthday comes from the Migration Policy Institute, a non-profit research group that promotes better understanding of immigration issues. That is roughly a third of all undocumented immigrants in the country and does not include millions of their immediate family members who are U.S. citizens.
Note to everyone – nobody exactly knows how many illegals live here at the moment, although I’ll tell you right now that the 11 million figure you always hear is just as bogus as the 6 million Jews thing.
My guess is that we’re dealing with a number somewhere between 20 and 30 million, although a higher total wouldn’t be all that shocking.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has said it will not deport former DACA recipients if their protections expire. But under Trump’s orders, it will arrest any undocumented immigrant agents come across. The percentage of undocumented immigrants without criminal records arrested by ICE has increased dramatically since Trump took office.
Trump promised us these invaders would be gone once he took office, but yet a year into the new Administration and we’re still talking about rights and amnesty for these very same people.
Why couldn’t we get what we voted for?
What ever happened to executive orders and issues of homeland security?