Friday, January 5, 2018

TRUMP VOWS HIS DACA AMNESTY WILL BE 'TERRIFIC' AND COST LEGALS TENS OF BILLIONS

AMERICAN POVERTY and the LA RAZA MEXICAN WELFARE STATE on AMERICA’S BACKS.


"Congress must prioritize four repairs for the immigration system before contemplating any DACA-style amnesty negotiation, said Brat: 1. Ending chain migration and the visa lottery; 2. Mandating employer use of E-Verify; 3. Construction of a southern border wall; and 4. Interior enforcement of immigration law." REP. DAVE BRAT


Whom Does Congress Work For?

By John Miano

CIS Immigration Blog, December 12, 2017

When Disney replaced 350 Americans with foreign workers, 

forcing them to train their replacements, did we see any Florida 

members of Congress threaten to shut down the government unless 

it was stopped?

When Southern California Edison and the University of California 

replaced Americans with foreign workers, did any California 

members of Congress threaten to shut down the government unless 

it was stopped?

When Toys "R" Us replaced Americans with foreign workers, did 

any New Jersey members of Congress threaten to shut down the 

government unless it was stopped?

When Cargill and Best Buy replaced Americans with foreign 

workers, did any Minnesota members of Congress threaten to shut 

down the government unless it was stopped?

No.

Yet when illegal aliens working under the DACA program are 

threatened with losing their jobs, members of Congress spring into 





Trump: With Support From Democrats, ‘DACA Is Going to Be Terrific’

By Charlotte Cuthbertson, Epoch Times
January 4, 2018 6:29 pm Last Updated: January 5, 2018 10:31 am

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump told media Thursday that he hopes “everything is going to work out very well” for the recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Trump met with Vice President Mike Pence and Republican lawmakers on Jan. 4 to discuss immigration issues, including some type of amnesty for DACA recipients.
In October, 2017, Trump rescinded the temporary protection for DACA recipients and gave Congress until March to come up with a permanent fix.
Eligible DACA recipients entered the United States illegally with their parents when they were younger than 16, and in 2012 President Barack Obama gave them a two-year, renewable reprieve from deportation and work authorization.
“I can tell you the Republicans want to see it work out very well. If we have support from the Democrats, I think DACA is going to be terrific,” Trump said on Jan. 4.
“We have to be careful because there’s a drug epidemic like the likes of which we’ve never seen in this country. We need protection. We need the wall. We need all of those things. And, frankly, I think a lot of Democrats agree with us. Whether they’ll vote that way is another situation, but they really understand it.”
In October, Trump outlined his priorities for immigrationreform and has been clear that they must be adopted in exchange for any type of amnesty for DACA.
“Any legislation on DACA must secure the border with a wall,” Trump said. “It must give our immigration officers the resources they need to stop illegal immigration and also to stop visa overstays. And, crucially, the legislation must end chain migration. It must end the visa lottery.”
Trump also wants a merit-based system of immigration adopted in place of the current family-based system, which encourages chain migration.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen said she was looking forward to working on immigration reform.
“As you know, border security, we have to have the wall and the technology and personnel that go with that, but we also need to close the loopholes that we can do the expedited removal because that’s a core part of border security,” she said. “So I look very much forward to working with you and others in Congress to get this done.”
The current legislation in the Senate—the DREAM Act, or S.1615—would give green cards to around 690,000 DACA recipients as well as another approximately 1.3 million people, according to an estimate by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). DREAM is an acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors.
The DREAM Act was introduced to the Senate by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) in July and has bipartisan support.
The CBO estimates that 3.25 million illegal aliens meet the basic eligibility criteria of the DREAM Act, but, based on DACA application rates, about 2 million would apply and be approved for conditional Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR), or green card, status. Recipients would be expected to work toward removing the conditional part of the LPR and apply for naturalized citizenship within eight years.
“Their ages at the time they received the status would range from around 14 to the early 50s, with a median age in the late 20s,” the CBO report states. “The research indicates that the vast majority of conditional LPR recipients would be from Mexico or Central America.”
The CBO estimates that the DREAM Act would generate a net cost of $26 billion over the next 10 years—assuming only 2 million of the 3.1 million eligible aliens sign up for it.
The members of the Senate working group on immigration that met with Trump included chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

UNDERSTANDING AMERICA’S LA RAZA MEX OCCUPIERS AND THEIR CULTURE THEY IMPOSE BUT WE PAY FOR:

AMERICA vs MEXICO: CLASHING CULTURES
By Frosty Wooldridge


Mexicans cheat, distribute drugs, lie, forge documents, steal and kill as if it’s a normal way of life. For them, it is. Mexico’s civilization stands diametrically opposed to America’s culture.

The legal age of sexual consent in Mexico is 12 years old. Sex with children at this age and younger is socially acceptable in Mexico. For example: A Mexican Lopez-Mendez pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a 10 year old girl in West Virginia.


MEXICAN-OCCUPIED CA…. The La Raza Welfare State
Gov. Jerry Brown, on a trip to Mexico, seeks to position California as a more welcoming place for immigrants... $35 BILLION PER YEAR IN WELFARE NOT WELCOMING ENOUGH?!?


“This October, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 54, the California Values Act, which turns the entire state into an immigration-enforcement-free haven for all but the most heinous illegal-alien criminals.” Heather Mac Donald - CITY JOURNAL

We’ve got an even more ominous enemy within our borders that promotes “Reconquista of Aztlan” or the reconquest of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas into the country of Mexico…. AND IT IS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY!

United States Morphing Into a Lawless Country

By Frosty Wooldridge

NewsWithViews.com, January 4, 2018

Today, over 240 “Sanctuary Cities” invite and support lawlessness within America. Mayors and city councils commit felonies without prosecution.

Why? Because American citizens fail to take time to participate in their own Constitutional Republic. U.S. citizens sit back, watch TV and do absolutely nothing to vote for responsible senators, congressmen/women, mayors, city council members and governors.
. . .
What you can expect for your children as a result of America morphing into a lawless society: in excess of 100,000,000 (million) more legal immigrants within the next 32 years. They arrive from 196 different countries with few skills and little ability to contribute to America. They arrive with 196 different world views, religions (not so compatible), cultures and languages. Do you think we will survive that level of multiculturalism, linguistic chaos and religious diversity?

Ask yourself: “What do I want to leave for my children?” “What am I going to do to stop the eventuality of losing my country to endless and mass immigration from the third world?”
. . .


The Shocking Staggering Cost of Mexico’s Invasion, Occupation, Looting and Crime Tidal Wave…. Then they go out and vote Democrat for more!


THE ONCE GOLDEN STATE of CALIFORNA, NOW A LA RAZA MEX

 

WELFARE STATE, IS No. 48 OF 50 STATES IN LOWER EDUCATION!

 

MEXICANS LOATHE LITERACY AND ENGLISH… SUCH APES THE

 

GRINGO WHOM THEY HATE!

 

http://mexicanoccupation.blogspot.com/2017/08/heres-reason-why-ca-schools-are-no.html

 

 

“Mexicans abhor education. In their country, illiteracy dominates. As they arrive in our country, only 9.6 percent of fourth generation Mexicans earn a high school diploma. Mexico does not promote educational values. This makes them the least educated of any Americans or immigrants. The rate of illiteracy in Mexico stands at 63 percent." FROSTY WOOLDRIDGE




“Third-generation Latinos are more often disconnected — that is, they neither attend school nor find employment.” 

Kay S. Hymowitz 


MEXICAN-OCCUPIED CA…. The La Raza Welfare State

Gov. Jerry Brown, on a trip to Mexico, seeks to position California as a more welcoming place for immigrants... $35 BILLION PER YEAR IN WELFARE NOT WELCOMING ENOUGH?!?


“This October, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 54, the California Values Act, which turns the entire state into an immigration-enforcement-free haven for all but the most heinous illegal-alien criminals.” Heather Mac Donald - CITY JOURNAL

We’ve got an even more ominous enemy within our borders that promotes “Reconquista of Aztlan” or the reconquest of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas into the country of Mexico…. AND IT IS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY!

The ‘Dreamers’ Have No Right to Demand Anything

By Peter Parisi

The Daily Signal, January 3, 2018

“I am somebody! And I demand full equality!” about a dozen of them bellowed last week in the corridors of the Russell Senate Office Building, according to a report in The Washington Post. “Right here. Right now.”

Can we just say it? There’s something unseemly—and unsavory—about anyone who is in the country illegally “demanding” anything.

Emboldened by eight years of President Barack Obama’s de minimis efforts to stem the tide of illegal immigrants flooding into the country, the estimated 700,000 “Dreamers” in effect are saying, “We have a right to stay.”

No, they don’t.

Is this any different than shoplifters demanding that they be allowed to keep what they—or, in this case, their illegal-immigrant parents—have stolen?
. . .
In a galling show of ingratitude, however, those same “Dreamers”—the would-be recipients of our solicitude, which we’re under no obligation to provide—are demanding that any Dream Act legislation be a “clean” bill.

By “clean,” they mean that the legislation should not accede to Trump’s insistence that DACA be coupled with other provisions to strengthen border security and to reform our immigration laws.

The “Dreamers” were furious at Senate Democrats last week for their unwillingness to try to hold hostage a stopgap government funding bill to get DACA passed.
. . .


OPEN BORDERS AND NON-ENFORCEMENT IS ALL ABOUT KEEPING WAGES DEPRESSED!

"Because of the successful cheap-labor strategy, wages for men have remained flat since 1973, and a large percentage of the nation’s annual income has shifted to investors and away from employees."

Report: VP Pence Invites 

Sen. Flake To Lobby 

Trump For Amnesty






Vice President Mike Pence has invited Sen. Jeff Flake and other pro-amnesty Senators to meet with President Donald Trump next week as business-first advocates scramble to shift the president’s pro-American immigration priorities.

The invite was leaked to Politico:
New: Pence called Flake today to personally invite him and other bipartisan immigration negotiators to the White House to meet with Trump next week
The invite to amnesty-advocate Flake came just as his group of pro-amnesty establishment Senators split over Democrats’ refusal to accept any of President Trump’s popular immigration reform measures. Those measures include easier deportation rules, a border wall and an end to chain-migration and the visa-lottery.
The establishment group, which include Flake, split when Sen. Thom Tillis and Sen. James Lankford exited on Thursday, saying:
Over the course of the last several weeks, we have negotiated in good faith with Senate Democrats on a DACA agreement. Unfortunately, our discussions on border security and enforcement with Democrats are much further apart, and that is key to getting a bipartisan deal on DACA. Until that happens, we cannot accomplish the solutions our country needs and many families deserve. More work remains ahead.

GOP Senators Tillis and Lankford quit bipartisan pro-amnesty group b/c Democrats reject all of Trump's popular reforms, such as border security and ending chain migration. Exit leaves Colo. Sen. Cory Gardner as GOP amnesty cheerleader. http://bit.ly/2CFeLDP 

Before Tillis quit, he told reporters at the White House in the morning that administration officials would offer a revised list of Trump priorities to the establishment group in a White House meeting next week. According to a report in Roll Call:
Lawmakers and the administration had settled on a general framework and the plan would be shared with Democrats as early as Tuesday.
“We are all going to have an opportunity to get in a room next week and everybody’s going to see the single version,” Tillis told reporters at the Capitol.
The news that Pence invited Flake and the other leaders came after Tillis’ prediction of a meeting next week.
The Thursday afternoon exit of Tillis and Lankford cripples the establishment group, which also includes GOP Sens. Lindsey Graham and Cory Gardner, and Democratic Sens. Richard Durbin and Michael Bennett.
The group split after Trump used a White House meeting on Thursday morning to show that he would not be pushed away from his election-winning immigration agenda, despite pleading by Graham, Tillis, and Lankford.

Thank you to the great Republican Senators who showed up to our mtg on immigration reform. We must BUILD THE WALL, stop illegal immigration, end chain migration & cancel the visa lottery. The current system is unsafe & unfair to the great people of our country - time for change!

Trump laid out his agenda on the campaign trail and formalized it in October with a long list of popular immigration principles. Since the list was published, Democrats have tried to get whittle it down by asking for updates and clarifications.
Before being picked for Vice President, Pence served in the House of Representatives with Flake, and the two became close friends.
Once elected to the Senate, Flake embraced the amnesty cause and became a charter member of the disastrous 2013 “Gang of Eight” amnesty group. Led by Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer, the gang’s amnesty bill helped the Democrats lose nine seats in the 2014 midterm elections, and allowed Trump to win the 2016 primary race.
But the Pence-Flake alliance was cracked by Flake’s steady opposition to Trump, according to an engaging article in Politico:
The old allies aren’t exactly estranged. Pence gave Flake’s son a tour of the West Wing at the White House Christmas party, and back in June, Flake snapped a photo on his iPhone as their wives reunited at the White House picnic. But it’s nothing like their heyday in the House, when one man could always be found at the other’s side. “I think that would be tough for him to explain to the president,” Flake says, grinning, “‘I was out with Flake last night.’” Whatever personal affection may have been lost, a political bond endures. At their November dinner, as the vice president pressed the senator for his vote [on the tax bill], Flake made an offer: In exchange for backing the GOP tax bill, he wanted a promise that the White House would “enact fair and permanent protections for DACA recipients.” Pence made the commitment [for an amnesty] then and there. Flake, in turn, voted to secure the administration’s first major legislative victory.
This fleeting alliance aside, in the age of Trump, a pair of conjoined political twins has been separated: Flake heading home, his star now dimmed, and Pence preparing for the possibility of succeeding Trump atop the Republican Party, be it in 2024, 2020 or, potentially, even sooner.
Pence’s record shows that he would do much more than support than a mere amnesty. In 2006, Pence used a Wall Street Journal article to tout very different legislation which would allow employers to hire an unlimited number of cheap and temporary foreign workers instead of middle-class American voters. He wrote:
Private worker-placement agencies — “Ellis Island Centers” — would be licensed by the federal government to match guest workers with jobs that employers cannot fill with American workers. These agencies will match guest workers with jobs, perform health screening, fingerprint them, and convey the appropriate information to the FBI and Homeland Security so that a background check can be performed. Once this is done, the guest worker would be provided with a visa issued by the State Department. The whole process will take a matter of one week, or less …
There will initially be no cap on the number of visas that can be issued; for the first three years, the market and the needs of U.S. employers will set the limit on the number of guest workers … After three years, however, a reasonable limit on the number of these “W” visas will be determined by the Department of Labor, based on employment statistics, employer needs and other research.
Pence actually described his business-first, cheap-labor-for-ever proposal as “the real rational middle ground.”
In contrast, real-estate entrepreneur Trump won the 2016 election with a popular pro-employee agenda, which is now helping Americans win higher salaries because companies can’t easily import foreign replacements across the line at the United States-Mexican border.
In the Thursday White House meeting with Trump, Pence declined to support Trump’s plan to change the law so that immigration rules help Americans, and he instead touted a quick amnesty for ‘DACA’ illegals:
 Mr. President, you’ve made immigration a centerpiece in the national debate over the last year and a half.  And you said all along the way we’re going to build a wall and reform our immigration system.  We’re going to enforce the laws of this country for the citizens of this country.
But you’ve also said along the way we’re going to do it with a big heart.  And you’ve opened the door to an agreement on DACA, and today is part of an ongoing discussion with these Republican leaders but also with Democrats on Capitol Hill to accomplish that.  And I look forward to being a part of it.
However, the exit of Tillis and Lankford from the “ongoing discussion” will make it harder for Pence “to being a part of it.” Before the group split Thursday afternoon, Pence Tweeted:












Great meeting w/ Senators & @POTUS on immigration. This President is keeping his promises to build the WALL & fix our immigration system. We're going to enforce the laws of this country for the citizens of this country!

Alyssa Farah, a spokeswoman for the Vice President, dismissed Breitbart’s questions about Pence’s commitment to Trump’s high-wages policy. “Of course the VICE PRESIDENT supports the President’s agenda– it’s their shared agenda that they work on together day in and day out,” she said in an E-mail.
However, she twice declined to say if Pence has renounced his 2007 “moderate” op-ed. She also declined to say if Pence had invited Flake to the meeting.
In a later comment, she added:
Your story yesterday is false. The VP doesn’t invite any individuals to meetings unless its at the President’s direction.
Trump’s aggressive reiteration of his pro-American policies during the meeting was a shocking turnabout for pro-amnesty GOP Senators, who had hoped to persuade Trump to make amnesty concessions to Democrats, partly by backing industry claims that Trump faces a staged January 19 deadline for a deal.

Cornyn says Judiciary R’s meeting w Trump tmrw on DACA.
“As soon as the president will tell us ‘OK this is something I can support’ then that gives us I think a lot of room to go talk to Democrats and say ‘OK this is what our parameters are.’”
Trump’s priorities are very popular with voters and can help GOP candidates overcome the expected wave of angry Democratic voters in November 2018.
For example, a December poll of likely 2018 voters shows two-to-one support for Trump’s pro-American immigration policies, and a lopsided four-to-one opposition against the cheap-labor, mass-immigration, economic policy pushed by bipartisan establishment-backed D.C. interest-groups.
The poll for NumbersUSA is another reminder to politicians that the business-funded ‘Nation of Immigrants” polls distract attention from voters’ private views, which were shockingly displayed on the evening of November 8, 2016.
Business groups and Democrats tout the misleading, industry-funded “Nation of Immigrants” polls because they which pressure Americans to say they welcome migrants, including the roughly 700,000 ‘DACA’ illegals and the roughly 3 million ‘dreamer’ illegals.
The alternative “priority” or “fairness” polls — plus the 2016 election — show that voters in the polling booths put a much higher priority on helping their families, neighbors, and fellow nationals get decent jobs in a high-tech, high-immigrationlow-wage economy.
Four million Americans turn 18 each year and begin looking for good jobs in the free market.
But the federal government inflates the supply of new labor by annually accepting more than 1 million new legal immigrants, by providing work-permits to roughly 3 million resident foreigners, and by doing little to block the employment of roughly 8 million illegal immigrants.
This Washington-imposed economic policy of mass-immigration floods the market with foreign laborspikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-collar employees. It also drives up real estate priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college education, pushes Americans away from high-tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million marginalized Americans and their families, including many who are now struggling with opioid addictions.
The cheap-labor policy has also reduced investment and job creation in many interior states because the coastal cities have a surplus of imported labor. For example, almost 27 percent of zip codes in Missouri had fewer jobs or businesses in 2015 than in 2000, according to a new report by the Economic Innovation Group. In Kansas, almost 29 percent of zip codes had fewer jobs and businesses in 2015 compared to 2000, which was a two-decade period of massive cheap-labor immigration.
Because of the successful cheap-labor strategy, wages for men have remained flat since 1973, and a large percentage of the nation’s annual income has shifted to investors and away from employees.

"Congress must prioritize four repairs for the immigration system before contemplating any DACA-style amnesty negotiation, said Brat: 1. Ending chain migration and the visa lottery; 2. Mandating employer use of E-Verify; 3. Construction of a southern border wall; and 4. Interior enforcement of immigration law." REP. DAVE BRAT

The cost of the Dream Act is far bigger than the Democrats or their media allies admit. Instead of covering 690,000 younger illegals now enrolled in former President Barack Obama’s 2012 “DACA” amnesty, the Dream Act would legalize at least 3.3 million illegals, according to a pro-immigration group, the Migration Policy Institute.”

AMERICAN POVERTY and the LA RAZA MEXICAN WELFARE STATE on AMERICA’S BACKS.
GOP Senators Asking for 

Amnesty Concessions 

from Trump




http://www.breitbart.com/economics/2018/01/04/gop-senators-asking-amnesty-concessions-from-trump/

GOP politicians are needling, pressuring and cajoling President Donald Trump to drop some of his popular, pro-American immigration priorities.

Trump is meeting today with a group of pro-amnesty Republican Senators in the White House, including Sen. Lindsey Graham, the GOP Senator who put together the “Gang of Eight” amnesty in 2013 which split the GOP. Throughout the 2016 campaign, Graham slammed Trump while boosting Jeb Bush.
The face-to-face meeting gives Graham and other pro-amnesty Senators another opportunity to salami-slice  Trump’s list of priorities, even before the GOP Senators offer further concessions to Democratic Senators. Normally, this form of direct lobbying of the president is blocked when Trump’s top deputies meet and negotiate with business-first GOP Senators and immigrant-first Democrats.
The bipartisan establishment’s salami-slice strategy was sketched by Texas GOP Sen. Jon Cornyn:

Cornyn says Judiciary R’s meeting w Trump tmrw on DACA.
“As soon as the president will tell us ‘OK this is something I can support’ then that gives us I think a lot of room to go talk to Democrats and say ‘OK this is what our parameters are.’”

But Trump and his deputies have repeatedly described his priorities in great detail since October 8, when he released his immigration principles.
Trump has used his Twitter account to repeatedly declare that he wants to end chain migration, the visa lottery and to reform tangled immigration laws that hinder repatriations of illegals.

The Democrats have been told, and fully understand, that there can be no DACA without the desperately needed WALL at the Southern Border and an END to the horrible Chain Migration & ridiculous Lottery System of Immigration etc. We must protect our Country at all cost!























CHAIN MIGRATION must end now! Some people come in, and they bring their whole family with them, who can be truly evil. NOT ACCEPTABLE!























Congress must end chain migration so that we can have a system that is SECURITY BASED! We need to make AMERICA SAFE! 🇺🇸

Cornyn opposes Trump’s plan to quickly end chain-migration. If implemented, the plan would halve the annual delivery of wage-cutting cheap-workers and welfare-aided consumers to American business groups, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
According to the McClatchy new service:
Trump hasn’t been involved in the day-to-day negotiations on Dreamers ever since he was accused of backing out of a tentative agreement with Democrats in September and insisted the issue be part of a larger immigration package.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. and Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla. confirmed to McClatchy Wednesday night that they planned to attend the White House meeting. An aide to Sen. Thom Tillis said the North Carolina Republican would also participate.
Graham is a sponsor of the Democrats’s huge DREAM Act amnesty, which would deliver millions of foreign migrants into the nation’s consumer and labor markets at the cost of at least $26 billion during the first ten years.
Tillis is an outsourcing-advocate who is pushing a similar amnesty bill, dubbed the SUCCEED Act.
Lankford, who is helping Tillis, argues that illegal immigration promotes competition in the labor market.
The Thursday meeting is being praised by advocates for a cheap-labor economy. According to McClatchy:
“It’s clear there’s a deal to be struck on protecting Dreamers and strengthening border security, so the fact that the president and Republicans in the Senate are actively meeting on this is very promising,” said Jeremy Robbins, executive director of the Partnership for a New American Economy, which is working with Republicans and Democrats who support protecting DACA recipients.
Robbins’ group was created by billionaires Mike Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch, both of whose businesses would gain from an extra inflow of cheap labor and welfare-aided consumers.
Trump’s priorities are very popular with voters and likely will help in the 2018 elections.
A December poll of likely 2018 voters shows two-to-one support for Trump’s pro-American immigration policies, and a lopsided four-to-one opposition against the cheap-labor, mass-immigration, economic policy pushed by bipartisan establishment-backed D.C. interest-groups. The poll for NumbersUSA is another reminder to politicians that the business-funded ‘Nation of Immigrants” polls distract attention from voters’ private views, which were shockingly displayed on the evening of November 8, 2016.
Business groups and Democrats tout the misleading, industry-funded “Nation of Immigrants” polls because they which pressure Americans to say they welcome migrants, including the roughly 700,000 ‘DACA’ illegals and the roughly 3 million ‘dreamer’ illegals.
The alternative “priority or fairness” polls — plus the 2016 election — show that voters in the polling booth put a much higher priority on helping their families, neighbors, and fellow nationals get decent jobs in a high-tech, high-immigrationlow-wage economy.
Four million Americans turn 18 each year and begin looking for good jobs in the free market.
But the federal government inflates the supply of new labor by annually accepting 1 million new legal immigrants, by providing work-permits to roughly 3 million resident foreigners, and by doing little to block the employment of roughly 8 million illegal immigrants.
The Washington-imposed economic policy of mass-immigration floods the market with foreign laborspikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-collar employees. It also drives up real estate priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college education, pushes Americans away from high-tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million marginalized Americans and their families, including many who are now struggling with opioid addictions.
The cheap-labor policy has also reduced investment and job creation in many interior states because the coastal cities have a surplus of imported labor. For example, almost 27 percent of zip codes in Missouri had fewer jobs or businesses in 2015 than in 2000, according to a new report by the Economic Innovation Group. In Kansas, almost 29 percent of zip codes had fewer jobs and businesses in 2015 compared to 2000, which was a two-decade period of massive cheap-labor immigration.
Because of the successful cheap-labor strategy, wages for men have remained flat since 1973, and a large percentage of the nation’s annual income has shifted to investors and away from employees.













Kris Kobach: DACA Amnesty Will ‘Cause Surge in Illegal Immigration,’ Trump Must ‘Demand E-Verify’


In an appearance on FNC’s “Fox News @ Night” on Tuesday, Kansas Secretary of State and gubernatorial hopeful Kris Kobach said any plan that gives amnesty to nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation by the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy would “cause a surge in illegal immigration.”
He added that surge in illegal immigration should be combatted with multiple reforms, including mandatory E-Verify, which would bar employers from hiring illegal aliens for U.S. jobs.
Partial transcript as follows:
DACA is bad policy. It’s going to hurt … those 800,000 illegal aliens are in their 20’s and 30’s, they’re not kids. And they’re competing for jobs with Americans who in that age group are facing 9 percent unemployment, 19 percent under-employment. So we’re going to be taking Americans out of jobs and giving those jobs to DACA recipients effectively.
And it’s going to cause a surge in illegal immigration. So what would President Trump be willing to take that hit — that bad policy that’s also going to anger his base — you know what would he be willing to get… what would he be willing to demand? And I think he has to demand more than just the RAISE Act, which is the end to chain migration, and more than just the border wall. He’d have to demand E-Verify, mandatory nationwide as well to make sure that this new surge of illegal aliens — which will come in, there’s no question, if we grant an amnesty, they will come in — make sure that they don’t take additional jobs from Americans.
So I see the president kind of staking out the grounds for the discussion, but I think he needs to take an even stronger position and say ‘I need three things, at a minimum. If I don’t get all three, I’m walking.’ And you know we know that he’s a great dealmaker, but… I’m hoping that he holds the line and says ‘No, this is absolutely non-negotiable.’
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"Congress must prioritize four repairs for the immigration system before contemplating any DACA-style amnesty negotiation, said Brat: 1. Ending chain migration and the visa lottery; 2. Mandating employer use of E-Verify; 3. Construction of a southern border wall; and 4. Interior enforcement of immigration law." REP. DAVE BRAT











STAGNANT WAGES and the Dem Party’s obsession with open borders, amnesty and no damned legal need apply!

THE LA RAZA SUPREMACY PARTY for OPEN BORDERS, AMNESTY, NON-ENFORCEMENT, NO E-VERIFY and no Legal need apply!!!
The Democratic Party used to be the party of blue collar America- supporting laws and policies that benefited that segment of the U.S. population.  Their leaders may still claim to be advocates for American working families, however their duplicitous actions that betray American workers and their families, while undermining national security and public safety, provide clear and incontrovertible evidence of their lies…. MICHAEL CUTLER …FRONTPAGE mag

Attorney General Jeff Sessions blasts Trump’s DACA sell out…. Will Sessions move to impeach the Swamp Keeper who hired 70 illegals to work “cheap” at Mar Lago?

DACA THIEVES: WAVING THEIR MEX FLAGS IN OUR FACES AND THEN CASHING THEIR WELFARE CHECKS
JOBLESS AMERICA: Push 2 for English and go to the front of the line!

95 MILLION AMERICANS (Legals) HAVE NO WORK AS THE BORDERS ARE FLOODED WITH FOREIGNERS SUCKING UP JOBS, WELFARE AND VOTING DEMOCRAT FOR MORE!
  
TWITTER TRUMPER’S PROMISE TO DEMS & MEXICO: NO (real) WALL, NO E-VERIFY and NO ENFORCEMENT of DACA
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DACA Amnesty: What Is the DREAM Act, and What Would It Do?


Explaining the proposed amnesty for DACA recipients and the estimated $26 billion net cost
By Charlotte Cuthbertson, Epoch Times
January 3, 2018 1:05 pm Last Updated: January 5, 2018 10:32 am

WASHINGTON—The new year is expected to bring a frenzy of lobbying for the passage of the DREAM Act, or S.1615—effectively an amnesty for eligible illegal immigrants written into the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The bill was introduced to the Senate by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) in July and has bipartisan support. The DREAM stands for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors.
Congress is under pressure to come up with a permanent fix for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients by March, after President Donald Trump rescinded the DACA program on Sept. 5.
DACA was introduced through an executive order by President Barack Obama in 2012 as a temporary measure that gave recipients renewable, two-year work authorization and deportation immunity.
“Now, let’s be clear, this is not amnesty, this is not immunity, this is not a path to citizenship—it’s not a permanent fix,” Obama said at the time.
The DREAM Act goes further than providing permanent amnesty for DACA recipients, however. It would provide conditional lawful permanent resident (LPR, or green card) status to about 2 million of the country’s estimated 11 million illegal immigrants, according to Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates.
Trump has expressed sympathy for DACA recipients, said last April, that they could “rest easy.”
On Sept. 7, he tweeted, “For all of those (DACA) that are concerned about your status during the 6 month period, you have nothing to worry about – No action!”

For all of those (DACA) that are concerned about your status during the 6 month period, you have nothing to worry about - No action!

In October, Trump presented his immigration priorities to Congress that would have to be implemented before an amnesty for DACA was considered. The priorities include a wall along the southern border, a shift to a merit-based immigration system, and increased interior enforcement.
Right before the new year, Trump reiterated his stance, tweeting: “The Democrats have been told, and fully understand, that there can be no DACA without the desperately needed WALL at the Southern Border and an END to the horrible Chain Migration & ridiculous Lottery System of Immigration etc. We must protect our Country at all cost!”
A CBO report released on Dec. 15 has broken down the bill to show the numbers and estimated costs S.1615 would trigger.

What Does the DREAM Act Give?

The CBO estimates that 3.25 million illegal aliens meet the basic eligibility criteria, but, based on DACA application rates, about 2 million would apply and be approved.
“Their ages at the time they received the status would range from around 14 to the early 50s, with a median age in the late 20s,” the CBO report states. “The research indicates that the vast majority of conditional LPR recipients would be from Mexico or Central America.”
Applicants must meet the following criteria for conditional LPR status:
  • They must have had a continuous physical presence in the United States for the four years before the date of enactment;
  • They must have been under the age of 18 upon arrival in the United States;
  • They must not have violated any of a series of requirements related to crime and national security; and
  • They must hold at least a high school diploma or its equivalent, be enrolled in high school, or be participating in a program to prepare for a general educational development (GED) examination.
The current 700,000 recipients of DACA would be eligible.
So would children who are in the country illegally and meet the bill’s requirements, but are too young to start high school. They would be protected from removal until they enter high school and become eligible to apply for the conditional LPR status.
The bill also does not place an upper age limit on applicants, which DACA did (at 31 years).

Pathway to Citizenship

Recipients would be expected to work toward removing the conditional part of the LPR and apply for naturalized citizenship within eight years.
The CBO estimates that of the 2 million initial recipients of conditional LPR, roughly 1.6 million would be granted unconditional LPR status during the 2018 to 2027 period. Unconditional LPR opens the pathway to full citizenship.

A U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) supervisor reviews citizenship applications in the Dallas Field Office in Irving, Texas, on Aug. 22, 2016. The USCIS processes millions of green card and U.S. citizenship applications every year. (John Moore/Getty Images)

“Roughly 1 million of the 1.6 million people receiving unconditional LPR status would become naturalized U.S. citizens during the 2018 to 2027 period, and that a substantial number of people would naturalize in the following decades,” the CBO estimates.
“Naturalization primarily affects the federal budget by allowing new citizens to sponsor some of their relatives for LPR status in categories that are not subject to annual numerical caps.”
To be eligible for citizenship, people would have to meet several criteria, including at least one of the following:
  • They must have completed a postsecondary program of education or at least two years toward a four-year degree;
  • They must have completed at least two years of honorable service in the uniformed services;
  • They must have maintained lawful employment for at least three years and at least 75 percent of the time during which they had valid employment authorization; or
  • They must have received a waiver from satisfying those requirements because of disability or child care responsibilities or because their removal would cause extreme hardship to an immediate relative who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
Under the bill, people who fail to advance beyond the conditional basis of LPR status within eight years would lose eligibility altogether and revert to their prior immigrationstatus.
The CBO estimates that most people would gain citizenship through meeting the work criteria.

Breakdown of DACA

The average age of a DACA recipient is 25, with the oldest around 37.
Only a few randomly selected DACA recipients were vetted through background checks during the original intake, and more than 2,100 recipients have since had their eligibility rescinded due to criminal convictions and gang activity, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
DACA recipients are not required to speak English and the application form has space for a translator.
The Center for Immigration Studies estimates that “perhaps 24 percent of the DACA-eligible population fall into the functionally illiterate category and another 46 percent have only ‘basic’ English ability.”
By the end of July, 820 DACA recipients had served in the military, according to DHS.
Immigration expert and retired senior special agent of the former INS Michael Cutler said DACA recipients “hit the jackpot,” but now the party’s over.
“We can’t keep on incentivizing illegal immigration and wonder why illegal aliens keep showing up,” he said.
The age cutoff for filing an application for DACA was 31 as of 2012, and Cutler is concerned about fraud. “Because there were no interviews and no field investigations, it is possible for illegal aliens who entered the United States well past their 16th birthdays to be able to game this process,” he said.

How Much Would Amnesty Cost?

The CBO estimates that the DREAM Act would generate a net cost of $26 billion over the next 10 years—assuming only 2 million of the 3.1 million eligible aliens sign up for it.
Most DACA recipients currently pay most taxes, but cannot receive most federal benefits. The DREAM Act would generate about $1 billion in extra tax revenue, but recipients would receive about $27 billion in new benefits, such as Obamacare subsidies, child tax credits, Medicaid, and food stamps.
The CBO estimates exclude state and local government budget impacts.

Sparking Chain Migration

Like other amnesties before it, a DACA amnesty would inevitably create a new surge of chain migration, according to Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).
“This is because the vast majority of the DACA beneficiaries originally arrived with their parents, and these parents plus any siblings typically are still living in the United States illegally,” Vaughan wrote on Sept. 27. “It is reasonable to assume that the DACA amnesty grantees would seek to sponsor their parents and non-citizen siblings at the earliest opportunity—which would be as soon as they obtain citizenship, under current rules.”
Most DACA recipients are from Mexico, which also has one of the highest rates of chain migration. In the most recent five-year cohort of immigrants studied (1996 to 2000), each new Mexican immigrant sponsored 6.38 additional legal immigrants, according to a CIS report.
The CBO doesn’t account for chain migration in its estimates. But an amnesty for the almost 700,000 DACA recipients would likely skyrocket once chain migration is factored in.

Where the Act Currently Sits

The DREAM Act was introduced to the Senate by Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.), on July 20, 2017, where it was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
Three senators originally co-sponsored the bill, and seven more have since joined.
Original Co-sponsorsSen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.)Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)
Additional Co-sponsorsSen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.)Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.)Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.)Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.)Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.)