Report: Trump Will End DACA Tuesday With 6 Month Delayed Deportation Enforcement Window For Congressional Action…

Generally speaking, anticipatory media reports can often be subject to incorrect assumptions and false conclusions.  However, a Politico report on the outline of President Trump eliminating the DACA program passes the general sniff test of a process likely to be consistent with the actual outcome.

Encapsulated, the report states President Trump will announce the end to the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals on Tuesday, but will delay implementation of the enforcement therein for a period of six months allowing congress to debate legislative action prior to DACA designee’s receiving deportation notices.

This tracks with what most people have anticipated because President Obama’s DACA executive action is similar in unlawful executive overreach as the courts, including the Supreme court, upheld in the prior DAPA ruling.  Any state that challenges Obama’s DACA program will likely win, and it’s impossible for President Trump’s DOJ to legally defend it.

The delayed enforcement aspect will allow voters the ability to begin primary challenges against congressional Republicans who are guaranteed to drop their masks and work earnestly to deliver UniParty legislative amnesty to illegal aliens.

WASHINGTON DC – […]  Conversations with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who argued that Congress — rather than the executive branch — is responsible for writing immigration law, helped persuade the president to terminate the program, the two sources said, though White House aides caution that — as with everything in the Trump White House — nothing is set in stone until an official announcement has been made.

In a nod to reservations held by many lawmakers, the White House plans to delay the enforcement of the president’s decision for six months, giving Congress a window to act, according to one White House official. But a senior White House aide said that chief of staff John Kelly, who has been running the West Wing policy process on the issue, “thinks Congress should’ve gotten its act together a lot longer ago.”  (read more)

This Politico Report tracks with our previous discussions and outlines on the need for President Trump to show the American electorate the issues with the UniParty.

There is one political enterprise within Washington DC and national politics. There is only one enterprise. That enterprise is the UniParty. There is only one political party in Washington DC, with two internal caucuses – Republicans and Democrats.

The “Big Ugly” is the moment when President Trump decides to rip the masks off the remnants of the Republican wing of the UniParty within Washington DC.

In many ways the “Big Ugly” is the elimination of the Republican party, and the beginning of an era when a second party, a MAGA party, actually enters the blood stream of U.S. politics and stands against the UniParty.

The confrontation is inevitable. It has been inevitable since the entire GOPe apparatus, including every single GOPe candidate within the 2016 Republican primary, stood up against Donald J Trump. Candidate Donald Trump held an entirely different series of campaign platform issues the Republican apparatus abhors. That’s why he won, and they didn’t.

However, Since the 2016 victory, the UniParty has thrown everything they can in front of him to block any advancement of those policies and platform issues. Every political tool in the Republican armory has been deployed to eliminate the threat Trump represents. Reminder:

President Trump gave them a budget that reduces a trillion in spending; the republicans in congress balked. They openly said reducing spending is not their goal. Those same republicans are now suing President Trump and trying to force the State Department to spend on USAID and NGO’s. Those same republicans supported Omnibus spending bills. Those same republicans will not support removing ObamaCare. Those same republicans are fighting renegotiated trade deals. Those same republicans don’t support a border wall. Those same republicans supported launching ridiculous Russian conspiracy investigations; and the list goes on, including senate republicans using a strategic maneuver to block their own President from recess appointments during their summer recess…

This is the behavior of opposition, UniParty opposition. During the recent Arizona speech and MAGA rally, President Trump came closer than ever before to igniting the fuse on the Big Ugly.

Now, with President Obama’s unconstitutional DACA being eliminated, we see yet another example of masks falling. Many republicans will oppose the unlawful Obama DACA program being removed.  This reality only amplifies the signs the Big Ugly confrontation is needed more than ever.  It’s President Trump against a unified DC system.

Corporations (special interest groups) write laws. Lobbyists take the law and go find politician(s) to support it. Politicians get support from their peers using tenure and status etc. Eventually, if things go according to norm, the legislation gets a vote.

Within every step of the process there are expense account lunches, dinners, trips, venue tickets and a host of other customary way-points to generate/leverage a successful outcome.

But the important part to remember is that the origination of the entire system is EXTERNAL to congress.

Congress does not write laws or legislation, special interest groups do. Lobbyists are paid, some very well paid, to get politicians to go along with the need of the legislative group.

When you are voting for a Congressional Rep or a U.S. Senator you are not voting for a person who will write laws. Your rep only votes on legislation to approve or disapprove of constructs that are written by outside groups and sold to them through lobbyists who work for those outside groups.

While all of this is happening the same outside groups who write the laws are providing money for the campaigns of the politicians they need to pass them. This construct sets up the quid-pro-quo of influence, although much of it is fraught with plausible deniability.

This is the way legislation is created.

This is the reason why congress had ZERO legislation for President Trump’s platform. There is no entity within Washington DC, republicans or democrats, who support the Trump agenda. That’s why no legislation has advanced. President Trump’s entire patriotic perspective on MAGAnomics, national security, and focus on “America-First” as a priority is adverse to Washington DC’s decades-long political and financial interests.

There are dozens of “Amnesty Bills” and “Open Border” legislative constructs, created by special interest groups and supported by lobbyists, waiting for the UniParty to pick them up.  We will now enter a phase where those bills will be advanced.

The bank accounts of the lobbyists are bulging with cash to pay off congressional representatives, and they have the Citizens United decision to spend unlimited amounts of money in the 2018 election to protect the purchased congressional representatives from primary challenges.    The lobbyists have billions at their disposal to influence this process.

A confrontation to draw out this truth is needed. That confrontation is “The Big Ugly”. DACA is merely symptomatic as a potential trigger for the confrontation. The federal budget, trade-deals, non-military global intervention, corporate regulations, immigration enforcement, the border wall, financial bailouts etc. are all similar triggers.

Ever since Donald Trump entered into politics there is a key element he knows he needs to keep at the forefront to succeed against the UniParty. To continue succeeding Trump needs all of his adversaries, our adversaries, to drop their masks.

Donald Trump has done a remarkable job at drawing-out the enemy behind the wire. No-one would argue they hold the same perspectives on the Republican apparatus, and the GOPe punditry, they previously held prior to Businessman Trump becoming Politician Trump.

As both a candidate and a president Donald Trump has exposed a jaw-dropping number of political deceivers. He’s also single-handily exposed their hidden agenda(s), and proved beyond a shadow’s doubt that Republican’s were lying about policy and principle for years.

When President Trump speaks, he’s always highlighting these issues. He is also speaking on these issues, repeatedly, to draw out the hidden truth and create a larger awakening. It is really, really, important to see that Trump is always trying to engage that larger awakening.

This weekend he probed again. Judged the UniParty and media response to his visit to Houston. Sensing their attack position. Measuring the severity of the opposition. Always probing, always working on instinct. Always aware of the need for the larger awakening.

If, following his probes this weekend, President Trump does decide to eliminate the President Obama DACA program, yes it will clearly indicate the Big Ugly has begun. The reason is simply because of the predictable consequences.

With the elimination of DACA, the Republicans will threaten funding for border enforcement and the border wall.  The Republicans will demand immigration amnesty. The Republicans will openly threaten every principle of ‘America First’ trade renegotiation as leverage to fight back against President Trump.  The Republicans will also hold the debt ceiling as hostage and fight Trump’s budget cuts.  The Republicans will be willing to join with Democrats and force a presidential shut-down of government, etc. the list of unity enterprises within the UniParty is longer than you can imagine.

Within all of that action the Republicans will be fully unmasked; and with that unmasking the U.S. electorate will see that President Trump’s opposition is a UniParty of Paul Ryan joining with Nancy Pelosi, and Mitch McConnell joining with Chuck Schumer, and both Democrats and Republicans united against President Trump.

Just like it was during the 2016 GOP primary and general election, for the UniParty it becomes a zero-sum game.  Destroy Trump and the existential threat he represents; or their very livelihood is at risk.

President Trump will, yet again, be one man against an entire well-financed and corrupt political apparatus with only deplorable voters on his side.

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626 Responses to Report: Trump Will End DACA Tuesday With 6 Month Delayed Deportation Enforcement Window For Congressional Action…

  1. C. Lowell says:

    This is so spectacular!

    Poor, honest, too-trusted, and too easily deluded deplorables have NO IDEA how badly they’ve been lied to by their feckless, lying, and self-serving politicians!

    They know that things haven’t been going well, but they’ve believed all the lies and excuses put forth by the political establishment doing their Democrat and Republican uniparty kabuki dance!

    The “dropping of the mask” metaphor is perfect — let the games begin!

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  2. Bonitabaycane says:

    Another brilliant move by our President to end DACA in 6 months. This issue was another booby trap handed to him by Obi Wan Alinsky. DACA is unconstitutional, and everyone knows it including Private Lyin’ and the Turtle. The immigration mess is being placed squarely where it belongs, with Congress. Let the traitorous incompetent legislators handle this hot potato as the President and the American people sit back and watch. Trust Trump!

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      More popcorn, please…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jenny R. says:

      6 months that will hopefully instill in the American public that blind obedience to ANY political party is the road to perdition — George Washington himself advised against it. It’s one thing to vote according to a platform, but it’s quite another to just vote for whomever (who won’t follow said platform especially) just because “they belong to my team and they must support the platform because they’re on my team”.

      If anything Trump is giving us the opportunity to unshackle ourselves; we shouldn’t waste it.
      No more voting Team Red!/Team Blue! just “because they’re my team” — they aren’t, they never were…individual accountability is where it’s at. Hold them to it.

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  3. deplorable says:

    The government had a similar amnesty in 1986. At that time they sold it to the people that this would be the last time ever, a one time amnesty, and that the government would then get their act together and start enforcing immigration law so this would never ever happen again.

    Well, the government lied. They government kicked the can down the road. They made complete fools of their trusting constituents. And here we are today with anywhere from 10 to 20 million people here illegally. Think about it, 20,000,000 people is the population of the entire state of New York! The numbers here illegally are beyond comprehension.

    Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      Yes, specifically it was the Democrats who controlled the Congress at the time who lied. So now the Republicans have their turn. Wish them luck!

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    • mimbler says:

      Yes, and I’m betting the real number is around 40 million. My wife and I eat lunch weekly at an asian buffet here in Wichita. Often we are the only ones in our dining section not speaking spanish. And I’m not exaggerating. So these “dreamers” are not growing up speaking only English. They are growing up speaking only spanish, and are totally immersed in the mexican culture. They will be fine back in mexico.

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      • mollyp1776 says:

        Nothing says Mexican culture like an ‘asian buffet’. 😉

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        • mimbler says:

          This place has almost free prices for children, so they bring in their large families to take advantage of that. Very third world manners, let the kids run screaming through the place, everyone talking loudly in spanish, even bringing in radios to play their mexican music at their tables.
          Just another day of “hiding in the shadows”.
          Mike

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    • Sam says:

      That amnesty turn California blue forever or at least it accelerated it greatly!

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  4. Paul Killinger says:

    I’m enjoying this thoroughly!

    Now at last we’re going to see where the rubber meets the road, with the big mouths in Congress having to choose between what their constituents want, versus the cash they receive from their moneyed sponsors in The Swamp.

    On the one hand we have several states prepared to challenge the legality of Obama’s illegal DACA order, with the courts waiting in the wings to strike it down.

    And on the other there’s the DC pols who’ve enjoyed a free ride on this issue for years, lamenting the unfairness of sending these people (including the many anchor babies, gang members and drug dealers among them) home.

    But the Congress is going to need more than a “Gang of Eight” to pull this one off. So do they vote to save the so-called “Dreamers,” or with Congressional elections right around the corner, vote to save themselves instead?

    The only thing certain is that for the Masters of the Free Lunch, there will be no free lunches this time!

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  5. this is a complete fake.
    the actual outcome will be to take an unconstitional executive order and codify it into law, permanently while expanding it dramatically.
    by the time it’s settled it’ll be well into the 2018 election cycle. time to cave, big time.

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      I don’t think they will have the votes in the House to do so. But….if they do, as long as it goes through Congress and the President signs, it’s Constitutional since that the way it’s done. I believe the issue will be whether or not this becomes a one-time exception, or an ongoing acknowledge of “dreamers”. That’s why it’s critical to have this discussion in 2018, election year-it will identify the frauds at just the right time.

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      • Jenny Hatch says:

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      • Betty says:

        ? “if they do, as long as it goes through Congress and the President signs, it’s Constitutional since that the way it’s done. ” ?

        Is this true? Why did Chief Justice Roberts have to make an intellectual fool of himself then?

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        • D. Libby says:

          Because that is not true and that does not make it Constitutional, just an illegal law.

          For those that love to toss the Supremacy Clause in regards to whose power of law is legal ….

          “This Constitution, and the laws of the United States, which shall be made in pursuance thereof …. shall be the supreme law of the land.”

          If it does not comply and run in accordance with the Constitution, it is an illegal law, period. There are more illegal laws on the books than people know and all they need to do is STAND. Stand and say “NO!” against the corruption.

          Nowhere in the Constitution and it’s list of powers for government does it mention health or health care. It is not a power of government, period. Any law that regulates that issue is illegal.

          Just as a corruption has eaten away, with the complacent people allowing the corruption and usurpation of government ‘powers’ they do not have, to regulate what they can not regulate … the inalienable right of the people. A right that can not be regulated, traded, removed, or dismissed, only freely not used ….

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          • Steve in Lewes says:

            It is true! Read the Constitution.
            DACA is not a law it’s an illegal Executive Order/Declaration because the President alone cannot declare who can or cannot be citizens; it has to go thru Congress! That’s why there is a pending lawsuit by several State AG’s. If Congress had the ba!!s back when Obama did the EO, they would have challenged it, but they did not! Why you ask, because they agreed with it but didn’t want to show their true colors during previous election years. What Congress is being forced to do now, because of PDJT is to debate DACA in an election year. For all intents and purposes Ryan/McConnell could take the DACA EO word for word and place that the queue for votes in both houses; and if passed by both and PDJT signs it becomes law and Constitutional. That’s how it works.
            Congress passes laws for Naturalization. If they wanted to naturalize a cucumber and it passed both houses and the President signed it, it would be a Constitutional Law. AG Sessions has said that the DOJ will not defend DACA because it’s un-Constitutional hence the lawsuit by the AG’s will succeed in killing DACA.

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          • Jerry mcbride says:

            Thank you for THE TRUTH!

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        • Steve in Lewes says:

          Because Congress is the entity that determines who can and can’t become citizens. It’s right there in the Constitution. It has to pass both houses and signed by President. The Congress was negligent in their duties when they all screamed that Obama’s DACA was un-Constitutional and did nothing about it. Now they have PDJT that is going to something about it and they scream like stuck pigs! Why because his name is Trump. They want to portray him as the bad guy, the only guy who is following the Constitution and the rule of law. Not sure what about you are referring to CJ Roberts?

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      • Pamela J Rugtiv says:

        Constitutional only if it survives court challenges.

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        • Steve in Lewes says:

          I agree as in most cases if there is ambiguity, However, in regards to DACA, it was an EO that ignored the Constitutional process for passing laws. Obama alone, without the consent of Congress, declared that he had the power to naturalized certain types of people, which the President alone can not do. For instance, if Congress took the DACA EO, placed it before both houses and passed, then President signed it, it would be a Constitutional Law. They would be identifying a particular class of people and declaring by a majority vote that would become citizens, more or less granting them amnesty from prosecution with or without some penalties. All spelled out in the Constitution as duties of Congress.

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  6. BakoCarl says:

    Although I am in favor of a strategy that puts the onus squarely on the back of a do-nothing POS Kongress, particularly if it is effective in shaming the Kongress and stopping DACA, I’ve always disliked the “option” that the Executive Branch (be it PTrump or Obozo) claims that they have not to enforce the duly enacted laws of this country.

    The philosophy of “just not enforcing” any law that the Executive Branch dislikes is tantamount to not complying with our laws . . . not good at all!

    Liked by 3 people

    • sam says:

      I agree, Trump obamacare repeal did not pass Trump should by executive active deferred enforcement of obamacare mandate. Then he should reference DACA and say it’s the same.

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    • skaebne says:

      What in God’s name are you talking about? DACA was an executive order that was created by Obama’s executive fiat. It’s sister order was declared unconstitutional when challenged in court.

      It is absolutely within his lawful authority for Trump to rescind that executive order by executive order. This in no way constitutes a failure to enforce “duly enacted laws”, like Obama did with the Defense of Marriage Act, since DACA never was voted on!

      Trump is doing the diametrical opposite of what you accuse him: He is referring DACA — an end-run around Congress — to the Congress to either codify as “duly enacted law”, or it will be die. He has given them a 6 month window to do this because they have done nothing yea or nay about this law for years and years, and this forces them to do their job. That’s what good executives do!

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      • BakoCarl says:

        I never said that I have a problem with PTrump rescinding Zero’s executive order. But when Obozo’s EO is rescinded, there will be a whole bunch of DACAs in the U.S. who are not here legally and should be deported. My problem is with PTrump choosing not to enforce deportation for six months since the duly approved immigration laws of the land, passed by the House and Senate and signed by the President, call for deportation of illegal aliens.

        If deportation is not called for by current U.S. immigration law, please correct me as I don’t want to be wandering around with the false impression that U.S. law says it’s legal for non-citizens to sneak across our borders and then stay in the country legally.

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      • Jerry mcbride says:

        Again… thank you for THE TRUTH . I’ve never seen so many clear thinkers.

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      • youme says:

        As far as I know, the original DACA was not an executive order.

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  7. This whole thing stinks. End DACA without caveats.

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  8. Delilah says:

    “WASHINGTON DC – […] Conversations with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who argued that Congress — rather than the executive branch — is responsible for writing immigration law, helped persuade the president to terminate the program, the two sources said, though White House aides caution that — as with everything in the Trump White House — nothing is set in stone until an official announcement has been made.”

    Ouch, that’s going to really hurt the Cernobot theory that Sessions is a waste of protoplasm…

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    • Delilah says:

      Okay. Wait. I think that knocks all of the Cernobot theories into the FAIL category. Obviously, the globalists don’t have enough influence over POTUS to convince POTUS that he must save DACA, so there goes the Kelly, McMaster, Ivanka, Jared — who else? That list is long…globalist mind control cabal theory out the window.

      The other one is that Sessions is a total waste of space. Heck, Sessions still managed to do that all without Bannon’s help. Imagine that….

      Wow, POTUS took out all his enemies in one fell swoop.

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  9. Steve in Lewes says:

    Looks like the swampers are self-identifying themselves.
    I had thought more highly of Sen. Lankford!

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/laurettabrown/2017/09/04/gop-senator-lankford-defends-daca-children-not-legally-accountable-for-actions-of-their-parents-n2377012

    I also read somewhere that Sen. Cotton wants DACA was well. It looks like they will most likely have the votes in the Senate if if goes that far.
    Let this sink in folks, the GOP cares more about illegal immigrants than those Americans who want Ocare repealed, taxes reduced, more jobs. You watch, I predict that this will become the first legislative action they attempt to get done before Ocare repeal, tax reform, build the wall, more jobs….and believe that PDJT will use this as a hammer when he pulls the Big Ugly. I believe this whining by the GOP is all what PDJT expected. Pull the Pin on the Big Ugly, Mr. President.
    PULL IT NOW!!

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    • Delilah says:

      The only way they would have enough votes is if they rely on the Democrats to pass the votes, and then the elections happen.

      They will have to fall on their swords on this issue. Let’s see if they’re willing to do that.

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      • Steve in Lewes says:

        Well I think the Dems would vote 100% for DACA, just my gut. Not sure whether a DACA bill only would require 60 votes. If so, you have McCain, Flake, Rubio, Cotton, Lankford, Collins, Murkowski, McConnell, and I’m sure there are four more in Senate La-La land that would be happy to slap PDJT in the face! Just my thoughts.

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    • singingsoul says:

      his is a silly question, if the parents are here illegal and then bring their illegal kid to the US whose fault is it…? No one gets punished breaking US law…? If they become citizens then their parents also do and brother and sisters…? This is crazy.
      They need to go back and apply otherwise the kids will come again on their own like the last time.

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  10. Jay clagg says:

    Drain the swamp / MAGA

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  11. Jerry mcbride says:

    Now more than ever, we need to support Donald Trump and the Tea Party. If you do not belong to one now. Join one and advocate!

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    • singingsoul says:

      We need to be careful with naming ourselves Tea Party. Many people who support Trump are not Tea Party and would shy away from it. Lets be Trump supporters.
      I know in my own family people voted Trump but if you put Tea Party to it they will not.
      Lets not label our support group..?

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  12. Bob Thoms says:

    Anyone here think P Trump won’t use the veto if Congress sends him a standalone DACA replacement without other reforms attached?

    Heck no!

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    • youme says:

      A better question?
      If Congress addresses DACA and provides path to citizenship, will Trump sign the bill?

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      • singingsoul says:

        He will get lots of pressure from well meaning close WH people to provide DACA a path to citizenship that is called empathy.
        I hope he does not even though I am a companioned person but I am more than my emothions.

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  13. youme says:

    From Homeland Security August 15, 2012
    Today, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will begin accepting requests for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. Deferred action is a discretionary determination to defer removal action of an individual as an act of prosecutorial discretion. Under this process, USCIS will consider requests on a case-by-case basis. While this process does not provide lawful status or a pathway to permanent residence or citizenship, individuals whose cases are deferred will not be removed from the United States for a two year period, subject to renewal, and may also receive employment authorization.

    https://www.dhs.gov/blog/2012/08/15/deferred-action-childhood-arrivals-who-can-be-considered

    But even that was a lie:

    “The data provided indicates 59,778 DACA recipients have applied for Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status — also known as a ‘green card’ — and 39,514 have been approved,” the release noted. “Of those who received LPR status, 2,181 have applied for U.S. citizenship and 1,056 have become U.S. citizens.”

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/chuck-grassley-some-have-used-daca-to-win-full-citizenship/article/2633221

    Why are we just finding out about this now?

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  14. youme says:

    Here comes Washington state again

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  16. 1stgoblyn says:

    What gets me so steamed up is these kids were brought here by their parents who snuck across our border, got jobs, bought homes, used US schools and hospitals etc. To do all that they needed to have proper ID. How’d they get that proper ID? THEFT! They need to go home and take their free-loaders with them.
    One other thing that frosts me is the parents committed these bad acts and the kids think they should be rewarded. Why are reparations demanded from whites for bad deeds from Americans (of all races) generations ago and these invaders get rewards? IMHO, we have paid reparations over and over, starting with the hundreds of thousands who died in the Civil War and up to and including quotas, preferential treatment and affirmation action in jobs, schools, housing and on and on. TIRED. OF. IT!

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  17. Yippeekiyay says:

    There are 35 different crimes under the RICO Act defining “Corrupt Organizations”. The level of corruption that we are seeing in segments of our government is worse than some of the crimes currently listed under the RICO Act. Time for #36.

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  18. Eris says:

    Republican Congress critters want to extend DACA legally for 3 years without using it as a negotiating tool. They may vote on this BRIGE Act this week.

    http://denver.cbslocal.com/2017/09/03/coffman-bridge-act-vote/

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  19. The Big Ugly has begun! I need to have the T-Shirt company make me one.

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