Posts Tagged ‘immigration’
A decade ago, Pres. Bill Clinton got a standing ovation for promising to secure our borders and reduce illegal immigration. Now Donald Trump does the same thing and is branded a racist.
Is it because he isn’t a Clinton? Or because everyone knew Clinton didn’t mean a word of it, and they fear trump does? Or could it be that Democrats are desperate to repeat the Clinton/Gore scheme of creating new voters in order to secure electoral power?
Why should it be the least controversial to say that immigration policy should benefit Americans? It’s simple — progressives don’t view immigration as anything other than a means to achieve their ends, which have nothing to do with benefiting Americans and all to do with helping themselves acquire power and control.
Senators Ted Cruz and Jeff Sessions have identified 113 radicalized terrorists now in the U.S., at least 14 of whom were admitted to the country as refugees.
They have been requesting immigration information on the terrorists and their families since August, 2015, but Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, and Secretary of State John Kerry continue to stonewall, despite follow-up by the senators.
The administration of His Oneness doesn’t want to release any information for the simple reason it will show how poorly the vetting process is performed, how reluctant the administration is to go scoop up the bad guys we know about, and how little it actually cares about the safety of American citizens.
This should make you care about immigration, even if you’re oblivious to the damage it does to Americans, especially the low-skilled and poorly educated. This alone should prevent you from voting for Democrats, who mainly want more immigrants to stick on the government teat — at your expense — who will vote Democratic out of gratitude for living better than they could in their own countries of origin without having to hit a lick at a snake.
If anyone out there actually believed the Obama Administration’s prattlings about encouraging immigrants to learn English, this should disabuse you of that notion.
If you’re going to deliver a thousand yellow dahlias, the national flower of Mexico, to Trump’s officer as part of a protest of his policies on illegal immigration, it’s probably wise to pre-plan how you’re going to deal with the revolving door at the entrance.
I’m not a fan of Facebook, nor of its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. I can admire his success, and even use his product to see pictures of my family and such, but I don’t have to like him or his product. His latest effort to secure cheap immigrant labor by creating a sham celebration, and costing American workers their jobs.
Here are some photos of the protesters welcoming His Oneness to Las Vegas. Regretfully, I have discovered no audio of the accompanying shouts of “Worst president ever!”.
TWENTY-FIVE times His Oneness has called taking executive action on immigration illegal. Last night’s Kelly File put together a collection of 25 video statements to that effect by the President himself. Watch it here.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest couldn’t tell FOX’s Martha MacCallum what had changed his boss’s mind, merely trotting out the already tried and untrue claims that Reagan and Bush 41 had done the same thing.
Tonight we will see just how large an impeachable offense His Oneness commits. No, I’m not suggesting that Obama be impeached — it’s much more instructive to leave the destroyer in place so that his devotees can see writ large a failed presidency in action.
But make no mistake — Obama has already failed to faithfully enforce the Constitution and laws of the United States. This will be another instance, one which will do great damage to our sovereignty, the taxpayers, and ultimately to those who receive his illegal reprieve. The latest liberal bleat is that legal status doesn’t equal amnesty because it doesn’t confer automatic citizenship. But amnesty would be granted for document fraud, Social Security fraud, and identity theft. Anyone who has lied on a federal form is guilty of a felony.