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No Mr. President We Don’t 'Hope' To Work Out A Deal With Democrats

As is occasionally the case, President Trump has completely confused many of his most ardent supporters with conflicting statements, this time on the future of Obama’s anti-constitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to grant de facto amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

After a meeting at Camp David, the President said, “…We went into budgets and we went into DACA…and we Trump Camp Davidhope that we are going to work out an arrangement with the Democrats. I think it’s something that they’d like to see happen and it’s something I’d like to see happen.”

Well heck yeah the Democrats would like to work out a deal on DACA, there’s millions of votes in it for them, but nothing in it for the hardworking Americans who make up the Trump coalition.

What’s worse, as Cristina Laila writing for the Gateway Pundit pointed out, just talking about a DACA amnesty has caused a surge in illegal border crossings.

It’s a cinch that if a bunch of left-leaning globalist billionaires are for something, there’s a catch in it somewhere for American workers, which is why the movement to pass legislation implementing Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) should be greeted with a solid wall of opposition from President Trump’s conservative – populist coalition.

Forbes reported back in August that several business leaders including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook and LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner signed an open letter asking President Trump and Congressional leaders to preserve the program.

So, who are these billionaire DACA supporters?, a coalition of globalist business leaders of the technology community which was founded in 2013 to support “comprehensive immigration reform,” AKA open borders legislation, has come out strongly in favor a DACA-like legislation.

Founders of the organization include Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston and venture capitalist Sean Parker, among others.  Following Attorney General Sessions’ announcement that DACA was constitutionally indefensible, issued a statement expressing its opposition to President Trump’s decision to kill the program and called on Congress to pass legislation to grant DACA recipients blanket amnesty.

In addition to Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, other billionaires backing the preservation of DACA are president of the Emerson Collective Laurene Powell Jobs and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff who tweeted in support of the program. Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki also expressed her support for granting blanket amnesty to current DACA beneficiaries.

Marc Sternberg, director of the Walton Family Foundation K-12 program, wrote an article that argued against the Trump administration's actions. Alphabet Inc executive chairman Eric Schmidt and Google CEO Sundar Pichai also pitched in with a plea for blanket amnesty for DACA recipients.

These globalist billionaires were joined by another, more sinister billionaire – Far-Left vampire George Soros – whose billions fund (among other anti-American organizations) the United We Dream organization.

United We Dream organization, Advocacy Director Greisa Martinez, along with Kamal Essaheb of the National Immigration Law Center and Angel Padilla with the Indivisible Project, demanded Democrats force a vote on the DREAM Act, which would give amnesty to all illegal aliens covered by DACA.

Democrats have relatively little leverage in the House, but in the Senate it is another story, especially given that newly elected Alabama Democratic Senator Doug Jones is an ardent DACA supporter.

As Breitbart Texas reported back in July, the Soros-funded United We Dream organization began lobbying members of the Republican establishment to put forward legislation that would grant amnesty and potentially a pathway to citizenship for the 800,000 illegal aliens currently protected by DACA.

Given the weak and feckless “leadership” of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, it is no surprise that Senator Lindsey Graham quickly jumped to do the billionaire’s bidding. A little more than a week after beginning the billionaire’s lobbying efforts, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) announced they would be resurrecting the infamously failed DREAM Act that does exactly what the Soros-funded group has been demanding.

What all of these pleas for legislation to grant blanket amnesty to 800,000 or more illegal aliens have in common is a complete contempt for the American worker, their quality of life and future prospects.

Moreover, the real goal of this effort is not to merely grant some humanitarian-motivated relief to current DACA beneficiaries, it is to advance the ultimate goal of changing the United States into an open borders globalist econometric society stripped of any of the of the trappings of nationhood or American exceptionalism.

The DACA fight isn’t about humanitarian relief for some unknown universe of illegal aliens, it is about preserving the promises made to American citizens in the preamble to the Constitution. Make no mistake, this is one of the battles of our times, because the fight against any bill that grants blanket amnesty to the current DACA recipients is an inflection point in the battle to preserve American sovereignty and nationhood, and in this battle the billionaires are almost all on the other side.

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I agree. There is nothing in it (DACA amnesty) for the hardworking Americans who make up the Trump coalition. But what if there was?

No AMNESTY first! We got snookered in 1986, we are not going to be snookered again.

Americans have dreams, too. They dream of permanent, legal protection against yet another 15 to 20 million aliens illegally invading this country ten years down the road. To this end, if Dreamers support the bipartisan 1994 Commission on Immigration Reform's (CIR) recommendations, reform birthright citizenship, end chain migration, institute visa reform, including ending the diversity visa lottery program, place the question of "citizenship" on the 2020 census, assess penalties to municipal authorities who harbor illegal aliens, implement a robust E-Verify system, close the Child Tax Credit loophole, establish English as the official language, fund the border wall with a 25% fee on remittance sent back to Mexico, and limit legal immigration over the next decade,* a general (green card) amnesty for the first 11 million registered illegal aliens living and working here at a time certain can be achieved.
* Exceptions: Agricultural and Merit-based immigration.


I do not hear anything more aggravating about DACA than the continual reprise
of "they came here at no fault of their own". How is that supposed to be our
problem? If they do not have the standing to be able to go home and submit
to legal immigration rules why should they be permitted to stay and then have
the standing to bring in others? At the very least Trump should demand his wall, eliminate chain migration and put an end to the immigration lottery and
make the sole basis for immigration to the US, what can they do for us. Perhaps then, on a case by case basis, we can do something for the DACA "children".


Now is not the time to compromise on DACA with the progressive socialist democrats who are more than willing to close down the government to obtain their objectives.
The problem is that this sovereign nation has been down that road before, in 1986 President Reagan worked out a deal and compromised and the Congress never fulfilled their end of the bargain, over 3 million illegal aliens were given AMNESTY and the wall was not built and funding for border protection never materialized.
The democrats love to compromise because they will fight for what they want and what they believe in, this would be admirable is they fought for and believed in the AMERICAN CITIZENS/WORKERS instead of illegal alienS and foreign workers.
They realize they can compromise today and get a large part of what they want knowing they will come back and fight for the rest of what they want at a later date. They will as usual get ALL of what they want under these conditions knowing that the Republicans will compromise themselves right out of their positions and end up with a lot of promises and no backbone to fight for what they supposedly believe in.
Republicans love to support the elite, they love to support foreign works as do the progressive socialist democrats, they love to make promises to the AMERICAN CITIZENS they just don't like to fight to secure those promises.