Democrats have made it known that they value millions of illegal aliens more than they value America, the American people and our military personnel. They knew when they forced a government shutdown last week that our military personnel out in the field were not going to be paid nor would their families receive any death benefit if they were killed in action during the government shutdown, but they shutdown the government anyway for their anti-American agenda of protecting millions of illegal aliens.
During his campaign, Donald Trump promised the American people that if he was elected, he would deport EVERY illegal alien, but now, it’s being reported that he is willing to offer them a path to citizenship in exchange for Democrats’ votes for a border wall.
(Constitution.com) – It seems like the worst fears of some immigration hardliners may soon come to pass. On Thursday, the White House sent one of Trump’s closest advisers, Stephen Miller, to deliver some unhappy news to the Republican congressional caucus.
Miller seems to have been chosen because he’s long been seen as the administration’s most “hard-lined” anti-immigration member. But on Thursday, he was informing Republicans in Congress that the President was preparing to offer a deal that would grant amnesty (and a path to citizenship) for the 800,000 or so DACA DREAMers but would also offer the same opportunity to the 1 million + illegals who met the criteria to be a DREAMer but never registered.
A White House immigration framework set to be introduced next week includes a path to citizenship for roughtly 1.8 million younger illegal immigrants, a top administration official said Thursday…
When Barack Obama created DACA, only about 800,000 illegals qualified for the temporary protection from deportation. By the time Donald Trump took office, there were only about 600,000 illegals protected by DACA, but now it seems the path to citizenship being reported as coming from Trump will cover about 1.8 million illegals, which will mostly certainly become 1.8 million Democratic voters.