U.S. Chamber of Commerce Admits No Common Ground With Trump on Immigration – Chamber Demands Open-Ended Immigration Must Be Maintained… ion

The open border position of the crony-capitalistic U.S. Chamber of Commerce is only one of the issues that showcases the hidden agenda of their heavily lobbied influence upon Republicans in Congress.  The CoC spends hundreds of millions writing legislation and paying off the UniParty to deliver on their multinational corporate agenda.

In an interview today the Chamber admits their immigration agenda has no common ground with the President Trump administration.  CTH has pointed out this issue for many years, however more people are awake now.

WASHINGTON DC – The Chamber of Commerce admitted Thursday that it is struggling to find common ground with President Trump on immigration, and so far hasn’t been able to find a “sweet spot” on the controversial issue.

“We don’t have a policy paper on immigration. It’s a controversial area,” Randy Johnson, the Chamber’s senior vice president for labor and immigration policy, said at a press briefing Thursday. “We’re trying to figure out where our interests align with the Trump administration.”

He added later that, “Immigration across the board, with some limitations, is a benefit to this country and that is the position of the Chamber.” In contrast, the Trump administration has sought not only to stop illegal immigration but has backed a plan to cut legal immigration in half.

Johnson said the Chamber, the national largest business trade association, was nevertheless “ready to engage with the Trump administration” on the subjects such a merit-based immigration. The chamber would not budge on family-based immigration though, he said.

Johnson said he hoped the president did not end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy that allowed children who were brought to the country illegally to remain, though he said the legal principles behind the policy were shaky. (read more)

“Family-based immigration” is code-speak for open borders.  Under the principles behind family migration, once a single family member arrives in the U.S. they can then bring every member of their family, even extended family by marriage, into the U.S.

This process is also called “chain migration”, because there is essentially no end to the unlimited access brought about by relationship.

On DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arivals), the U.S. CoC is a big proponent of amnesty and open borders.  The CoC wrote, and then spent hundreds of millions paying congress for, the 2013 “Gang-of-Eight” bill within the Senate.  The CoC held the same position on DAPA (the DACA parents).

However, DAPA was found to have been unconstitutional executive branch overreach by the U.S. Supreme Court.  If DAPA was an illegal Obama executive action, DACA is also.  The difference between outcomes is simply that DAPA was challenged successfully by states; DACA has yet to be challenged in court.

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306 Responses to U.S. Chamber of Commerce Admits No Common Ground With Trump on Immigration – Chamber Demands Open-Ended Immigration Must Be Maintained… ion

  1. fangdog says:

    Thanks to Trump so many Americans are now aware just how much we have been screwed over for so many years. In the past the press has done an excellent job with their propaganda brainwashing machine. Never again will it be quite the same. Many people are much wiser now and will be difficult to be fooled as it has been in the past.

    It is easy to determined the fools, they are 100% Libtards…….what is interesting, it has nothing to do with education or how many degrees. It has everything to do with “sumpton miss’n”.

    Liked by 8 people

    • doit4atlas says:

      Exactly! If Trump does nothing more, he will have been an amazing president; being the only person to tell the TRUTH to the American people.

      Liked by 12 people

      • fangdog says:

        Yes, there are so many people still unaware of the Truth. It is frustrating, but talking with them just a few minutes and you realize you are talking to a dullard. It is hard for them to have much credibility with you after that.

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        • Judith says:

          Go easy on them, for most of them know not what they do. You were there once. Too trusting. Be a good example and they will eventually figure it out for themselves. I had to laugh when a poster here said everybody in the room turns to hear what he has to say. I’ve had that happen too. They don’t know where to find the truth. At least they are searching, and that’s a good start.

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          • piper567 says:

            Judith,
            I am in total agreement with you.
            There are terrific opportunities to educate people, once it is discovered they have any interest in a given topic.
            When people do respond, even in small ways, I think we have an obligation to help them along.
            One Sunday after church, I was talking to some women, and I had this experience of, all of a sudden some were listening.]I ended up giving them a v short list of reliable sites for actual news.
            They were grateful. Sometimes we forget we are privy not only to sundance’s brilliant analysis, but each other…so we are more informed than the average bear.
            I am so grateful that so much actual info is available online.
            The criminal msm are no longer the only show in Town.
            Just visiting the Trump Administration’s websites is an education in itself.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Well, well, well, it’s about time the Chamber finally admitted it!

      Liked by 10 people

    • Jedi9 says:

      “We’re trying to figure out where our interests align with the Trump administration.”

      There is no interests, because theirs is only their own and not for the American people. Hence the word “ours” is a blatant admission! Truth is, they are lying greedy scoundrels who have corrupted our democracy and they need to be put into place to heel and abide by “America First! policies! There should be no further discussions on this and is non negotiable!

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  2. G. Combs says:

    THIS SAYS IT ALL!

    This is the intention of La Raza:

    La Raza explicitly intend to remove or kill all people not of “The Race” in this area. Here is the extent to which they have achieved infiltration of these areas.

    For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.
    That means “For The Race everything. Outside The Race, nothing.”
    From: http://humanevents.com/2006/04/07/emexclusive-emthe-truth-about-la-raza/

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      Thank you for presenting this so vividly.

      Just a few months ago The New York Times actually published its claim that La Raza had accomplished its goal, and was now fully in possession of this territory. (Hard to argue.)

      It grates on me that, like the Communist Goals for America, the La Raza racists actually put this in writing, it grates on me that Americans cooperated with it, and it grates on me that WE ARE PAYING FOR IT. By Judicial fiat.

      The MSM has seen all of this, and still pretends to not understand why we elected President Trump. The RNC knows all of this, and refused to field a single candidate who was not all in for Amnesty, which, at this point, would be the absolute death of the US.

      Even scarier, tempting though secession of certain states maybe, the cancer just keeps growing. What kind of a nation do the “elites” imagine they are leaving to their progeny, should they have any?

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      • Sedanka says:

        As has been noted recently, a great number of the “elites” have no progeny. They are childless. Barren. They literally don’t have reasons to care beyond their own pitiful lifespans, insulated by money and bodyguards.

        Liked by 13 people

        • mj_inOC says:

          Yep, Macron in France, Merkle in Germany, Trudeau in Canada, and several more, no children. Sad for them.

          How do I add pic of first Grandblessing, Precious Providence, now 17 months young… I am blessed to care for her each Monday]

          More grievous, after working on Capitol Hill for three years, I joined a CofC banking ctme for local Chamber…

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      • Judith says:

        The Elites reside all over the world. Dubai comes to mind. It is obvious to me that they are deconstructing America to fill it with their slaves. They don’t like our strength and our power, so they have no problem pulling the rug out. Global Elite plan to rule the world.

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      • louche9 says:

        “What kind of a nation do the “elites” imagine they are leaving to their progeny, should they have any?”

        A beige-ish mass of dumbed down peasants, provided with just enough bread and circuses to prevent rioting, over whom the elites’ progeny will preside.

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        • Judith says:

          “Beige-ish” is what you get after a child mixes all the brilliant colors on the paint palette into one big mass. This is a perfect analogy for Globalism versus nationalism. We can coexist without erasing each other.

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          • Will Janoschka says:

            I thought that was crayon color ‘PUCE’!
            Perhaps a good replacement name for the current ‘deep state uni-party’!
            MAGA vs PUCE

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      • piper567 says:

        AmericaFirst,
        such normal human questions are not even on the radar of these Traitors.
        Here is hoping Americans begin to exercise the power in their votes, and clean up Congress.

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    • Plato says:

      We only have ourselves to blame.
      We voted for politicians who approved an invasion by stealth and we (especially the kids) were brow beaten into believing national sovereignty and national pride and US culture wasn’t worth fighting for. They convinced the kids they were racist if they resisted a cultural and demographic conquest as dictated by the Uniparty and CoC.

      Thought Americans had more spine.
      This new President is the spine transplant we desperately need.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Covfefe-USA says:

      If they succeeded, it would soon become a wasteland – just as the Gaza strip’s beautiful greenhouses were destroyed by the Arab maggots when Israel ‘gave’ it ‘back’ to them…Once beautiful,flourishing greenhouse industries went to waste. Would be the same should the American Southwest be ‘returned’ to the Mexican wastrels.

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      • WSB says:

        And then, once reduced to clean ash, it is ours again?

        Maybe that is what it will take.

        Look at Detroit. If I were in charge, I would demand that all Pigford recipients farm 5 acre lots in Detroit, and prove that they could make a living by being the farmers they claim to be.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      This goes back a long ways. Mexico has never forgotten the humiliation of being defeated in the 1836 Texas Revolution (in which Eurocentric invaders seized Mexican land and oppressed its citizens, don’t you know . . .), nor the later Mexican-American War of 1846. In both conflicts Mexico’s leader, Santa Anna proved to be disastrous battlefield commander, losing both battles and substantial territory to the US. Mexican and Mexican-American nationalism have incorporated these iconic resentments into their respective political ideologies. If you examine the links to the Aztlan ideology, you’ll find that it is both ethnocentric and fundamentally racist. The posturing you see in the photos and video is a true reflection many, but by no means all, Mexican and Mexican Americans’ values about living in this country and associating with white people. It’s OK for them to feel this way because they’ve been oppressed.

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      • nuthinmuffin says:

        la raza? and which race is that? because there are few true spaniards among them, which of course oppressed the indigenous populations. are they the indigenous ancestors, who are second class citizens in mexico, currently being oppressed by there spanish mixed blood betters. i want to know what race it is…hispanic is not a race, it was a word coined in the nixon administration to give peoples from central and south america a collective box to check on government forms. so, who are they?

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    • TexasDude says:

      What’s ironic is that the Mexicans could not populate the South and Southwest. They contracted out to white Americans to settle and tame it. Now, after battling the Indians and making the land productive and with industry, they want to just walk in and take over?

      What a crock!

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    • Will Janoschka says:

      “For The Race everything'”
      Your map shows counties the with population more than 50% “Latino”! What does Latino mean if such has meaning? Of those Latinos what percent are US citizens, in this country legally, or mercenary enemy invaders? Of the last group A fortified USINS needs orders to arrest and confine until proof of legality is provided. This is not racial profiling but acknowledgment of the state of undeclared war. At the end of 30 days if no such proof is forthcoming such can only be declared enemy combatants by legal means and presence in the USA alone means no deportation. Termination with extreme prejudice is required. Let Mexico pay for such INS presence at the border via steep tariff on all imports. This be the only effective WALL needed. It is a long border but symbolic concrete only shows the world the US inability to protect long land borders from invasion!

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  3. waltherppk says:

    Prosecute CoC under RICO for human trafficking

    Liked by 10 people

  4. big bad mike says:

    Pretty cool that our President is getting some cover from Pelosi and encouraging words from Feinstein, and is popular with male Hispanics. Too bad he’s not getting the same support from the GOPe and some of his base.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. omyword says:

    If these guys love immigrants so much, I suggest they open their homes to them. They did that in Germany. Never mind they raped and murdered their benefactors, hey its the idea that counts:/

    Liked by 7 people

  6. deplorable says:

    Every American should take note of how this arrogant Tom Donohue of the US Chamber of Commerce threatened those that resist their money and power:

    “We plan to build a grass-roots business organization so strong that when it bites you in the butt, you bleed”

    That’s sick – they are the enemy.

    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-na-chamber8jan08-story.html

    Liked by 7 people

  7. it’s WAY PAST TIME FOR WE THE PEOPLE TO RISE UP IN MASS AND REMOVE ALL OF THOSE DAMN TRAITORS BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Donna in Oregon says:

    We should stop all immigration for the next 50 years. The USA is over populated already. Make less of a carbon footprint and stop importing more mouth breathers.

    Liked by 9 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      We should. Look at the fight just to reduce legal immigration to half a million, or even keep it at a million.

      Liked by 2 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      Yes Donna! We in Oregon have suffered from the invasion from southern countries. It’s not as bad as in California, but illegal aliens are everywhere these days. And many of them drive some very nice luxury cars.
      I moved to Oregon in 1975 and I’ve seen the state population explode in numbers. It’s really become overcrowded here and a halt to all immigration would help.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Judith says:

        Maybe we’ll have another baby boom! Trumponomics will spur more jobs, kids can leave their parent’s basements and finally get a life! Couples will prosper and be happy! It’s coming I can feel it..

        Liked by 1 person

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Likewise Washington state.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Same here in Utah, Andy – I have watched our population literally explode in the last 5 years and it makes me so sad. Parks, roads, stores, etc, filled to capacity. Things used to be quiet around here on Sundays as everyone was in church. Not anymore! Now, we call it Sunday Funday and it ISN’T the locals who are out celebrating. I actually saw a gal (I guess) in full burka at Costco the other day. It shocked me, to say the least. All these immigrants have very nice cars, they have nice homes, nice clothing, their nails are manicured to the nines, and I, for the life of me, can’t figure out where they get all their money. It is heartbreaking for those of us who love our home states to watch. It does need to stop….I agree.

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    • WSB says:

      We did from 1925 to 1965, in effect. The best years for America. Immigrants assimilated. And we became AmericaStrong.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Will Janoschka says:

        “We did from 1925 to 1965, in effect. The best years for America. Immigrants assimilated”
        The first half of that came from immigrants with skill and work ethic.The second half from returning GIs with skills and work ethic. Notice that the invaders have no skill nor work ethic..

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        • WSB says:

          And notice how this country looks compared to back then.

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          • Will Janoschka says:

            From Beely Crinton on, such invaders with no skill or ethic are called immigrants.
            “notice how this country looks”.
            These folk were and are still desired by the multi-national corporate globalists\’deep state’. Those members of the USCOC, although rich, still have no ethics nor personal integrity. Ripping US skilled workmanship, and nationalism apart. Da swamp! MAGA instead! Da swamp! is now identified

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  9. woohoowee says:

    How the U.S. CoC plans to turn the US of A into Amerizuela:

    -snip-

    SPRINGDALE, Ark.(KNWA) – The Springdale School District is taking another step to help underprivileged kids find success in the classroom. Social workers could soon become another layer of support in a district where more than 70-percent of students come from low income families.

    -snip- (Bold mine)

    “Over the last 20 years the demographics have changed and has become very diverse and the amount of poverty in students that are coming to school has significantly increased.” Melissa Fink, the principal of Jones Elementary School, said.

    The shift in demographics presents a higher need for social workers in schools. That’s something Springdale’s School District wants to implement as soon as possible.

    -snip-

    “We spend a large part of our day going to homes, knocking on doors, asking parents why children aren’t in school. If we have a child that is having a problem getting to school and we cannot contact parents by phone then we do drive to their houses and pick them up and bring them to school.” Fink said.

    http://www.arkansasmatters.com/news/local-news/social-workers-add-support-for-underprivileged-kids-in-springdale/786154734

    The shift in demographics is due to immigration and this is going on nation wide. The financial burden on schools is just the tip of the iceberg. We can’t afford this. There is no way to pay for it all.

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    • Judith says:

      Yes, schools are part of the problem. They welcome the new enrollment. Many college grads with teaching degrees can only find jobs teaching English as a second language.

      “We are the world” diversity propaganda has been swallowed by everybody. Churches receive government funds to participate in human trafficking. They are all useful idiots, and they believe that Donald Trump is “mean.” One of the hardest things of all, is how Globalism drove a wedge between me and the church. But I’ve never been stronger in my faith.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Judith, I hear your last sentence and relate totally. I walked away from the church I was raised in and didn’t attend church for years. I recently have found a reformed Calvinist church that teaches the Word and the Word only. It’s good to hear the truths of God spoken rather than the insipid “social gospel” preachers backed by happy-clappy rock-n-roll music.

        Spreading the gospel was the point of missions, not replacement immigration.

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  10. jackphatz says:

    Why do I get the feeling ‘We The People’ will lose again?

    Liked by 1 person

    • fangdog says:

      We won’t lose again…..Too many genies are out of the bottle. However, there is still a great effort by the Bad Guys to get rid of Trump. They have one last chance with Mueller and his swamp creatures as Mueller goes after Trump with a vengeance. It will get ugly for awhile, but all it will amount to is another burr in Trumps saddle.

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    • piper567 says:

      Maybe because you are not on the Trump Train ?
      Nobody ever said this was going to be easy.
      Remember what Bannon said before The Election?
      “If you think they are going to give you back your Country without a fight, you are sadly mistaken.”

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  11. Jake Speed says:

    I know a few years ago many of us tried to get a list of the US COC donors so we could register our displeasure with their open borders position. I seem to recall they pulled that list post haste.

    Anyone know if a list is currently available so we can act on it? thanks

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    • Contributions available for political and lobbying use came from big American companies including 3M, Aetna, AFLAC, American Electrical Power, Capital One, Cummins, CVS Caremark, Deere & Company, Dominion Resources, Dow Chemical, Ebay, Exelon, Metlife, Microsoft, Noble Energy, Prudential Financial, Qualcomm, Union Pacific, Wellpoint and Yum! Brands. Four corporations — Intel, Merck, PepsiCo and Reynolds American — did not disclose how much of their Chamber contributions were not tax-deductible.
      This was in 2013; assume still donating.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        I am forced by my employer to choose CVS for prescriptions. This is like forcing me to finance the destruction of my son’s future. Cold anger is turning HOT!

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      • DeplorableDissident says:

        Question! Why is ANY company allowed to contribute to ANY government entity or politician?? Come on! Its bribery at its best! Lets stop it!!

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  12. El Torito says:

    As if PDT is dumb enough to let CoC define the terms of surrender. I hope POTUS does away with the entity completely. How many middle class jobs and manufacturing jobs were vaporized due to CoC and the traitorous Congress?

    Finish. Them. Off.

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    • deanbrh says:

      Perhaps we need to use the Alinsky technique on Tom Donahue. Seems like one measly little short nobody like him ought not to be wielding more power than the President , in ANY facet of our lives and/or in the welfare of this country. We didn’t elect him. We don’t want him. So why are we standing around letting him be nothing but a better-looking-Soros? Shall we start a petition to have him fired, or shall we just shame him into surrender?

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        DOXX that rat, let 4Chan and r-thedonald loose on him. Let’s see how this nonentity gnome likes his dirty laundry aired in public. That’d shame the heck out of him! People couldn’t help but wake up the fact evil and cruel traitors are playing them like a fiddle.

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    • V.Lombardi says:

      Trump has no other option, the real fight must start now.

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  13. Carolina Kat says:

    The Chamber wants its slave class. These are despicable people. Forget the statues, they can’t hurt anybody, but these cretins want to keep the illegal designation and magnet so they can exploit them to keep the cost of labor low.

    Modern day plantation owners. They should be scorned and humiliated spectacularly. If we had a media that actually did speak truth to power, that’s what would happen.

    Then Trump. He’s got this covered. Don’t forget to pray for him.

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    • Judith says:

      I try to boycott as many as I can, but the list is miles long. No more Kellogg’s, Chobani, Pepsi, Starbucks, Macy’s, Target..

      Liked by 1 person

      • olderwiser21 says:

        Me, too Judith – I haven’t been in a Target or Macy’s store in two years – I dropped Kelloggs a year ago – I hate yogurt and Pepsi and I don’t drink coffee – only covfefe for me! I also avoid movies now that star overtly political people in them and have quit buying music from loud mouthed idiots. I guess I might be living in a cave soon, as my kids tease me all the time, but I figure if I am doing this, there must also be others and the impact will be felt in time. Look at MTV – they had the lowest ratings they have ever had ever for their big awards show this year. The movie studios lost millions this summer on their offerings and Target hasn’t recovered from their dressing room debacle. None of my family has cable tv any longer and you know those guys are crying…..

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        • piper567 says:

          olderwiser,
          much to our delight.
          others. many others, are doing likewise.The Kellogg thing really go things going.
          I noticed the last time I was at the grocery store, they had Kellogg’s product on and end display…it is still moving slowly. And Target has definitely felt the pinch, as has Macys.

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          • Judith says:

            Don’t forget to drop google. I duckduck go and never look back! I don’t use social media but FB, twitter and U-tube need to lose traffic too. Then there’s Amazon.. oh dear ..we will need quite a few replacements. The youngers can adjust quickly. They already left FB for the next shiny thing, what is it now, Snapchat?

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  14. jeans2nd says:

    Dear U.S. Chamber of Commerce,

    Definition of negotiation
    : the action or process of negotiating or being negotiated —often used in plural Negotiations between the two governments have failed to produce an agreement.
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/negotiation

    Donald Trump’s core business philosophy from his bestselling 1987 book ‘The Art of the Deal’
    http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-business-philosophy-from-the-art-of-the-deal-2015-6

    We want The Wall. We want JOBS.

    Let’s Make A Deal – Last MAGA Deal

    Signed,
    MAGA America
    P.S. Will write your policy paper for ya for free.

    “Johnson said the Chamber…was nevertheless “ready to engage with the Trump administration”
    Battle engaged.
    Color me stupid – what does the “…ion” mean at the end of this post’s title?

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  15. scott467 says:

    “We don’t have a policy paper on immigration. It’s a controversial area,” Randy Johnson, the Chamber’s senior vice president for labor and immigration policy, said at a press briefing Thursday.

    _____________________

    What a disgrace.

    They are such cowards that they don’t even have any official ‘position’, because it’s… wait for it… ‘controversial’.

    TREASON isn’t controversial, they’re fine with betraying our country all day long, but ILLEGAL ALIENS invading our COUNTRY is ‘controversial’.

    You people make me sick.

    .

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  16. scott467 says:

    Randy Johnson, the Chamber’s senior vice president for labor and immigration policy, said at a press briefing Thursday. “We’re trying to figure out where our interests align with the Trump administration.”

    ________________

    Prison.

    That’s where your ‘interests’ intersect with the Trump administration.

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  17. NJF says:

    “Family based immigration.”

    This is what they want.

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  18. scott467 says:

    He added later that, “Immigration across the board, with some limitations, is a benefit to this country and that is the position of the Chamber.”

    __________________

    That is a NAKED ASSERTION without ANY substantiation.

    He offered NOTHING to support or defend that assertion.

    It is pure CoC DOGMA.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      How does having to push 1 for English, pay more for products due to instructions and packaging being in multiple languages, paying more taxes to take care of foreign kids that shouldn’t be here attending local schools, enjoying the cultural enriching beatings, rapings, killings practiced by these wonderfully tolerant, enriching mobs–exactly how does all of this “cultural die-versity” via immigration benefit this country?

      Honestly, I fail to see how the USA is even a country any longer. We are a land mass filled with people who hate and despise one another because a weaponized, centralized bully government insists on following the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan to a T without the consent of the governed. I am watching the slow motion genocide of my people without even being able to fight for them like the Native Americans did. I envy them. At least they got to fight.

      Color. Me. Enraged.

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  19. scott467 says:

    “The chamber would not budge on family-based immigration though, he said.”

    _______________

    Good, then the chamber will LOSE unequivocally.

    The entire Chamber of Commerce should be in federal prison.

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  20. The globalists, CoC being a member, all across the world are trying to make open borders the law of the globe. I firmly believe that one of the reasons the globalists on both sides, are pushing this russia collusion b.s. is because they will do anything to keep Trump and Putin from meeting and forming a coalition to fight against the globalists and their agenda. The members of Congress who are pushing Mueller and trying to get Trump to resign or get out are doing so because they know that they can control Pence, who is part of the globalist establishment. That is what is happening. If Trump does not end DACA and continue with deportations, and get the wall built, this country will be overrun with Mexicans and others. Next, we will be overrun with Muslims. That will be the end of the USA as we KNEW it.

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    • deanbrh says:

      Phyllis Pournaras, that rant shivers my timbers! It isn’t often the whole crux of “the matter” is stated so succinctly in one paragraph. We are teetering on the brink of disaster, for sure.

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    • piper567 says:

      I believe it will be most interesting to watch the EU hysteria, and I eagerly anticipate their impotency,with the former E Bloc Countries who refuse to comply with suicidal invasions of “immigrants” dictated by Brussels.
      How the current threats to Poland, and I am sure Hungary is next, play out will be fascinating to watch.
      In USA, I am so looking forward to the Trump response to these criminals in CoC.

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    • kp3ace says:

      Isn’t all of the antifa criminal activity what forced Pelosi to come out publicly and call them domestic terrorists? IMO, forcing that kind of public outcry is a good thing. At least she had to call them what they are. Terrorists and hate mongers.

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  21. rashamon says:

    Gee, CoC, I don’t remember voting for you. Your interests don’t align with mine. Bug off, all of you. You lost, we won.

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  22. Delilah says:

    If these companies love the Mexican people so much, then they can pick up their businesses and move to Mexico.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. fleporeblog says:

    The CoC can stick a banana where the sun doesn’t shine! They better save their time and money on writing a position paper! Here is the President’s position:

    1) Illegals in the flood area are welcome to food, water and shelter for a limited time. They won’t get a penny from the Federal Government for anything else.

    2) As of tomorrow, DACA will be discontinued! Our President will choose the no renewal process. Meaning on a continuous basis over the next two years, those 800,000 current DACA recipients will fall off the rolls daily. That will be his way of justifying having heart ❤️. In two years DACA will be officially DEAD 💀.

    3) All Western Union transfers and all other types of transfers from the US to Mexico and other Central and South American countries will be taxed at 5% on every dollar.

    4) In the meantime, Democrats, CoC, Uniparty Republicans will be begging him to make a deal on the DREAMERS Act. Our President will ask for the moon and the sky if he even wants to consider it. RAISE Act, Kate’s Law, Sanctuary Cities Bill, WALL Funding etc. would have to be included in such a possible deal.

    5) E-Verify will become the Law of the Land now that welfare recipients have to show they are actively seeking work. Plenty of jobs needed for Americans.

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  24. CiscoKid says:

    AMERICA!🇺🇸
    55 grains at a time.
    Come and ‘git ‘sum Atzfkinglan.

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  25. harrietht3 says:

    Chamber of Commerce is putting Demands on the United States?

    Who made them King?

    Time for some serious knee-capping, in whatever form it takes.

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  26. Doug says:

    Yayyy ayyyyayyyayyyyyyy!! This is good

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  27. ColoradoBiz says:

    Here’s an idea. Log onto your local chamber of commerce website and let these local businesses know that you choose NOT TO SUPPORT their business. Remember that they are not directly connected to the National Chamber of Commerce. However, if everyone who disagrees with open borders, unlimited immigration, and especially chain immigration does this a very loud rumble will be heard across America. That rumble will be all of the like minded small businesses who push back across America.

    Small businesses must decide who speaks for them. Is it the lobbying National Chamber of Commerce who DOES NOT REPRESENT small business USA or their local customers who they work for, attend church with, and raise their family beside?

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    • unconqueredone says:

      Same idea here, except I was thinking of stopping by a number of my small town local businesses and sharing the information with the owners, most of whom I personally know. They support the “Buy Small” idea and buy local when possible, because their livelihood depends on it. If they understand the issue, the local CoC is going to feel it.

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  28. jeans2nd says:

    “Sara Armstrong, the top staffer at the Republican National Committee… is exiting to take a senior-level job at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.”

    “The Chamber of Commerce announced that Armstrong would become vice president of political affairs and federation relations, a key role heading into the 2018 midterm elections”
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/31/rnc-chief-of-staff-resigns-amid-rash-of-departures-242212

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    • chbailey says:

      Wow, hard to read this article…its implications, even keeping in mind who wrote it and why. Stuff like this…is why I am, yes! a Lion Party member and NOT an R.

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  29. Nailbanger says:

    Just one more group that cements in my mind why i would love to see a total collapse of the system and all out anarchy, bring it on,,

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  30. Blacksmith8 says:

    Normally, I wait ’til Sunday to read the funny paper. Then the c-o-c just jumps in and starts the weekend early.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAAA!

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  31. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    “US chamber of commerce admits no common with the President on immigration”.

    You know these people have got to stop shocking me like this. My expectations can’t handle the pressure.

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  32. daughnworks247 says:

    Hey Sundance, remember when we were doing “tripwires” during the election?
    Well, I would call this a “trip-WALL” with grenades and bombs “sploding” everywhere.
    We’re ready to go after the US Chamber of Commerce.
    Glad they are finally unmasked.

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