June 15, 2018: …and the beat goes on!

BREAKING: Trump rejects immigration compromise
Trump on Friday morning delivered a potentially fatal blow to a compromise immigration bill under development in the House…. (Continue to full article)

Supporters of DACA were saying a few months ago that there were approximately 4,000,000 illegals who “could have qualified” but didn’t apply. Considering there are 20 to 30 million illegals (75% from Mexico) who have invaded our country over the past 30 years and all of them reproducing like rabbits, that number seems far more likely than 1.8 million. Not only that, if the “Dreamers” get amnesty it will lead to amnesty for their also illegal family members, because “we can’t break up families” and then to amnesty for all the rest, because “amnesty for some and not for all is un-American, un-Christian, blah, blah, blah”. If amnesty is given to ANYONE it will simply be adios, America and any congressman who voted for it should be recalled. Period. ~ Medora Mitchell

Surrender: Paul Ryan Just Introduced a Veto-Proof Amnesty Bill!
Lyan Ryan is a Democrat that has been serving as a RINO. He has never been a conservative – not since he was conceived by his parents. This is why the Democrats have been able to sit as they have and to block any and everything that Pres. Trump has been trying to put thru. Ryan’s SILENCE was telling PEELOUSY and SCHUMMER that he would do nothing to push any of Pres. Trump’s proposals. He should be wearing ORANGE but he is another of the political protected criminals… (Continue to full article)

54% of alien children, teens, on welfare, nearly half for adults
More than half of all non-citizen children and teens in the United States are receiving taxpayer-funded welfare, mostly Medicaid, while nearly half of all non-citizen adults legally in the country are on welfare… (Continue to full article)

Immigration Court Backlog Jumps While Case Processing Slows
The Immigration Court’s backlog keeps rising. As of the end of May 2018, the number of cases waiting decision reached an all-time high of 714,067. This compares with a court backlog of 542,411 cases at the end of January 2017 when President Trump assumed office. During his term the backlog has increased by almost a third (32%) with 171,656 more cases added… (Continue to full article)

Criminal Prosecutions for Illegal Border Crossers Jump Sharply in April
Federal criminal prosecutions of individuals apprehended by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) along the southwest border with Mexico jumped 30 percent in April 2018 over March figures. Since January, criminal prosecutions were up 60 percent… (Continue to full article)

GOP bill would rename welfare the ‘JOBS Program’
Today, cash welfare is known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF. But Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee aim to advance a reauthorization this week that would change the name to “Jobs and Opportunity with Benefits and Services.” “This is a great opportunity to do more to help those who are on the sidelines get to the front lines of employment,”… (Continue to full article)

360-person tent city for unaccompanied minors being set up in El Paso, Texas
The Department of Health and Human Services has selected a U.S. Customs and Border Protection port of entry near El Paso, Texas, as the first back-up site to temporarily house unaccompanied alien children who were apprehended by law enforcement after illegally crossing the Southwest border with or without adults… (Continue to full article)

Reps. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), actor John Cusack, Reps. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.), John Lewis (D-Ga.), Al Green (D-Texas), Judy Chu (D-Calif.), Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) and others sit at the entrance to U.S. Customs and Border Protection on June 13, 2018. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

House Dems, John Cusack Block Border Patrol Office in Protest
House Democrats protested the Trump administration deterrence policy of separating children from parents at the border with a rally today in front of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office… (Continue to full article)

No Mas!

Leaked version of pending House immigration bill calls for amnesty for millions of illegals
This sounds like a plan to keep the GOP base at home on November 8 and hand over the speaker’s gavel to Nancy Pelosi. Paul Ryan by then will be a lobbyist, of course, and (if this bill passes) very popular with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce… (Continue to full article)

Pelosi on Illegals Suppressing U.S. Wages: ‘That’s Not the Point
And we do believe that there can be a bipartisan way for us to come together to honor the values of our country and recognize that newcomers to our country are frequently the constant reinvigoration of America.” Oh REALLY? Then EXACTLY what is the point? Your continued ‘explanation’ is full of political WRECK-oric and is unacceptable… (Continue to full article)

Backdoor to illegal immigration closing
The government is making headway on the asylum backlog for the first time in years, clearing more cases in May than it received, as officials finally think they have hit on ways to tamp down on people abusing the system as a backdoor method of illegal immigration… (Continue to full article)

4 thoughts on “June 15, 2018: …and the beat goes on!

  1. Mike

    I hear often that amnesty is a liberal Democrat thing.

    Is amnesty a Democrat thing? Let’s look at them all.

    1986: Republican President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) giving amnesty to approximately 3 million illegals.

    1994: The Democrat’s “Section 245(i)” amnesty pardoned approximately 578,000 illegal aliens, who were each fined $1,000. This amnesty was later renewed by a Republican Congress in 1997 and again by a Republican Congress in 2000.

    1997: The Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA), was passed by a Republican Congress and gave legal status to approximately one million illegal aliens.

    1998: The Haitian Refugee Immigration and Fairness Act (HRIFA) gave amnesty to Haitians. It passed a Republican Congress.

    2000: The Legal Immigration Family Equity Act (LIFE). Again, passed by a Republican Congress.

    2000: A Republican Congress passed Late Amnesty for those who had been denied by the Reagan amnesty.

    2006: Republican Sen. Arlen Spector sponsored a CIRA that passed the Senate which would have given amnesty to a majority of illegal aliens already in the country. The House Republicans differed with the Senate Republicans, however, and the Republican amnesty bills were never sent to the president for enactment.

    Just food for thought.

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    1. Fergus

      Yup sanctuary cities and states are run by Republicans.

      Voter ID rules are supported by Democrats.

      Democrats tell us illegals are a massive benefit to this country and therefore the 24 million need amnesty

      Democrats so oppose amnesty that they oppose border security and pledge to halt it wherever possible.

      Democrats so oppose amnesty that they see nothing wrong with allowing people who have been deported five times to remain in the USA.

      Reagan said the amnesty was the worst mistake he made. The only Republicans who support amnesty are countryclub Fredocons. We see this with the Bushes and Ryan.

      Just a thought for the Marxists out there.

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  2. Publisher

    Mike – You are back to “telling” partial stories – specifically selected to guide the conversation elsewhere.

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  3. Mark

    I don’t care what party you are or are not part of…the Statue of Liberty is not holding a suicide pact with the Southern Hemisphere.

    Attention all foreigners…enter into the American melting pot legally…if you want to sneak in, suck on the government teat and or break the law, and then form your own salad bar…We the People say: NO! And we will jail and or deport you.

    Americans have dreams too…life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in a country ruled by the law. A country with borders.

    Good fences make good neighbors…but with our experiences with illegals since the 80’s a WALL on the Southern border (with a door we control) will make Mexico a great neighbor.

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