Before Donald Trump took office, he promised that he would crack down on illegal immigration like no other president had before. That’s why his supporters are so furious that he’s about to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
Breitbart reported that Trump’s amnesty plan give a pathway to U.S. citizenship to an illegal alien population that is almost six times the number of illegal aliens that were given temporary amnesty under former President Barack Obama. An almost final draft of the White House’s expansive amnesty plan just leaked, and it shows that the Trump administration would be expanding Obama’s federal, temporary amnesty—known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program—to six times the number of illegal aliens who are enrolled in the DACA.
The amnesty plan was crafted in part by former Koch brothers executive Marc Short, who previously led the failed “Never Trump” effort inside the pro-mass immigration billionaires’ network. He was assisted by Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and senior adviser Stephen Miller.
Once an amnesty goes beyond legal status for DACA-enrolled illegal aliens, it essentially becomes uncontrollable. Short/Kelly/Nielsen/Miller plan does that. https://t.co/eMk61Yx3nJ
— John Binder 👽 (@JxhnBinder) January 26, 2018
The White House amnesty draft also included:
- A more than 10-year wait before legal immigration levels are reduced to provide much-needed relief and wage increases to America’s working and middle class
- No immediate end to the wage-crushing importation of blue-collar and white-collar foreign workers
- A repurposing of the 50,000 visas that currently import foreign nationals through the Visa Lottery
- $25 billion to fund the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border
- No provisions to enact mandatory E-Verify, which would ban employers from hiring illegal aliens
- No provisions to end or punish sanctuary cities, which protect and harbor criminal illegal aliens
- No provisions to deal with the issue of ending birthright citizenship, where at least 4.5 million children have received U.S. citizenship despite their parents being illegal aliens
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