Tomi Lahren Burns Dreamers Threatening To Leave US In One Tweet

Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren had a serious burn Friday for illegal immigrant “Dreamers” threatening to leave the country: “bye!”

The issue of permanent status for recipients of former President Obama’s executive amnesty has been a major issue since last September, when Trump ended the program. The president left a six month period of protection to encourage Congress to find a resolution.

In January, Trump proposed a plan to offer path to citizenship to almost 2 million illegal immigrants, including the Dreamers, in exchange for $25 billion in funding for a border wall, as well as an end to chain migration and the diversity visa lottery program.

A poll from January showed that most Americans agree with Donald Trump on DACA and the wall.


BREAKING!! DREAMers Threaten To LEAVE U.S. If Congress Doesn’t Do It!

In what seems to be irrefutable proof that so-called “DREAMERS” have no idea whatsoever about what’s going on. A group of illegal immigrants is fighting to stay in the country following the Trump Administration’s refusal to extend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive order that was instituted by President Barack Obama. He signed off on this unconstitutionally. Now the illegals are saying they will leave the country if a deal isn’t reached to offer them full legalized residency and citizenship.

In an interview for CNN, one of the DACA “Dreamers” named Alex Velez made it very clear that she will leave America as soon as possible. While of course claiming that she would prefer to depart the country on her terms than wait for the United States to deport her. She is so honorable and proud that she lives in a country illegally and has never made an effort to fix her situation although she has had many years to do so.

Via Fox News:

“The Trump administration was facing a Tuesday deadline to make a decision on DACA or face legal action by Republican state AGs who hoped to force the president’s hand in discontinuing the program. A day earlier, Sessions sent Duke a letter with his legal determination that the 2012 executive action was unconstitutional.

Administration officials cast their approach Tuesday at the least disruptive option.

In his statement, Trump stressed that while new applications for work permits won’t be accepted, “all existing work permits will be honored until their date of expiration up to two full years from today.”

In this Aug. 15, 2017, file photo, a woman holds up a signs in support of the Obama administration program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, during an immigration reform rally at the White House in Washington.

Trump also said applications in the pipeline will be processed.

“This is a gradual process, not a sudden phaseout,” he said. “Permits will not begin to expire for another six months, and will remain active for up to 24 months. Thus, in effect, I am not going to just cut DACA off, but rather provide a window of opportunity for Congress to finally act.”

Trump vowed to resolve the issue “with heart and compassion,” only this time working through Congress.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump had promised to terminate DACA, though he appeared to soften his stance since taking office. In ending the program with a six-month delay, Trump put the onus on Congress to pass a legislative fix.

According to DHS, no current beneficiaries will be impacted before March 5, 2018.

“Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

While some Republicans support the goals of the DACA program, many opposed the use of executive action to institute it, describing the move as a presidential overreach.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., is among those who now support the call to protect so-called “Dreamers” with legislation.

“I have always believed DACA was a presidential overreach,” he said in a statement. “However, I equally understand the plight of the Dream Act kids who — for all practical purposes — know no country other than America.”

On a conference call, administration officials said Tuesday they are still prioritizing criminal aliens for deportation. But they described the original DACA criteria as very broad and cited the legal determination of the Justice Department.

During the presidential campaign, Trump referred to DACA as “illegal amnesty.” However, he seemed to edge away from that stance in April when he told the Associated Press that DACA recipients could “rest easy.”

The thinking behind this asinine threat is that the U.S. will miss these so-called “Dreamers” if they were to leave.  According to them, they are what keeps this nation going. People who are in our country illegally are threatening to leave if they aren’t given legal status.

Is this a classic case of a young spoiled child claiming they will hold their breath until they get what they want? Is it a good idea to let them stay here and ruin our already compromised average IQ level?

Leaked: Democrat Plan Creates 8 Million New Voters Overnight

Liberals are willing to do anything for a vote, and they just proved that in spades with their latest move.

It doesn’t matter how much danger they put Americans in, their thirst for power puts the safety of our neighborhoods and cities in danger.

Liberals drag down the economy with their socialist policies and their open doors immigration.

And they’re playing the long game. A couple decades will go by in the blink of an eye. It is worth the wait for liberals to control every branch of government for life.

They have already made every change they need to control America unless Trump rolls it back.

From Breitbart:

“Every year, the U.S. admits more than 1.5 million foreign nationals to the country, with the vast majority deriving from family-based chain migration, where naturalized citizens are allowed to bring their extended family members to the country.

In 2016, the legal and illegal immigrant population reached a record high of 44 million. By 2023, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) estimates that the legal and illegal immigrant population of the U.S. will make up nearly 15 percent of the entire U.S. population.”

James Gimpel is a political scientist at the University of Maryland, College Park. He has studied the impact of immigration on voting patterns, and has released the following findings:

Immigrants, particularly Hispanics and Asians, have policy preferences when it comes to the size and scope of government that are more closely aligned with progressives than with conservatives.

As a result, survey data show a two-to-one party identification with Democrats over Republicans.

By increasing income inequality and adding to the low-income population (e.g. immigrants and their minor children account for one-fourth of those in poverty and one-third of the uninsured) immigration likely makes all voters more supportive of redistributive policies championed by Democrats to support disadvantaged populations.

There is evidence that immigration may cause more Republican-oriented voters to move away from areas of high immigrant settlement leaving behind a more lopsided Democrat majority.

Here’s an additional perspective on this:

President Trump wants the program ended. Of course, the Democrats see potential liberal voters and want the program to continue. Some confused Republicans want the program to continue as well.

What do the American people want?

Chain migration is increasingly unpopular with the American people. As Breitbart News reported, a recent poll by Pulse Opinion Research found that nearly 60 percent of likely voters said they wanted chain migration to end.

The majority of Americans also said in the poll that they wanted to see reductions to current legal immigration levels, where the U.S. admits a little more than 1 million new legal immigrants a year.

A majority of 60 percent of likely voters said they wanted to see legal immigration cut down to 500,000 new immigrants or even less.

Only 27 percent of voters said they wanted current legal immigration levels to remain the same or be increased beyond 1 million new admissions a year.

Once again, the president’s views closely align with those of a majority of Americans. And the left still cannot figure out how he won the election.

The Democrats will have to resort to tactics such as hurling charges of racism at those who oppose chain migration. That is if their plan to use immigrants to increase their representation in elected offices is to succeed.

It’s a pitiful way to gain voters. Why? Because it implies that you cannot convince the current electorate that your party’s ideas and policies have merit. So you bring in others to swing the vote your way.

It’s a tactic Democrats are employing that involves using people for political ends. They must be called out for this.

Source: Breitbart,

Major California Democrat Goes Rogue, Openly Supports Trump’s Top Priority Live On T.V.

It’s taken them a year to figure it out. But some Democrats have discovered that President Trump really does know how to get his agenda implemented.

In other words, all that talk about “winning” was not just bluster. He outlined what he wanted to get done, and has largely accomplished that agenda in his first term.

What remains to be finalized are immigration issues and the replacement for Obamacare. And even some of those goals have been accomplished via executive orders.

Obamacare has been largely gutted, and now exists mostly in name only. And the border wall is coming regardless of what Nancy Pelosi and her pals want.

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More and more cracks are appearing in the Democratic opposition to the border wall. Now, Democratic congresswoman from California Jackie Speier has announced that she is ready to work with the president.

And it’s safe to assume that if one Democratic member of Congress is ready to cooperate on the wall, there are many more of the same persuasion who have simply not made their positions public yet.

Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., broke ranks with Democratic leaders on Thursday and said she is willing to work with President Trump and congressional Republicans on legalizing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in return for border wall funding.

“I’m willing to go, you know, midway with the president and the Republicans to fund higher-tech walls along our border, more border security, enhanced measures, but I really feel very strongly that our DACA kids need to be protected,” Speier told MSNBC host Craig Melvin, who seemed stunned by the statement.

This is probably all the heresy a Democrat can utter without getting excommunicated from the party. And it mirrors the position recently published by the Washington Post.

So what we might have here is a coordinated effort to at least take part of the credit for accomplishing something. After all, they certainly don’t want to be seen as just sitting around irrelevant as the Democrats did during the president’s tax bill success.

“‘To be clear, I want to clarify. You are okay with giving the president his wall in exchange for DACA?’ Melvin asked.

“‘I would be willing to give the president a high-tech wall, willing to give him some amount of money to build his wall to a certain degree,’ Speier said.”

We have all the makings of successfully passing legislation addressing these issues. It’s just a matter of working out the details along with plenty of political theater to satisfy supporters in both parties.

Proving they are yesterday’s leaders, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have both previously insisted the Democratic Party would not compromise on that request.

Those two offer nothing of value to the American people and are actually a drag on their own party. However, in the finest of political traditions, they remain either unaware of, or indifferent to, their own uselessness.

At least Pelosi and Schumer do one thing well. They demonstrate the sort of leaders who should be forced into retirement.

Meanwhile, they can watch a true leader, President Trump, work with selected members of the Democratic Party to move forward his agenda. It’s something to behold.

Source: Washington Examiner,