Republican leaders in Congress are once again plotting with Democrats to stab the American people and the U.S. Constitution in the back, on multiple key issues. Under the guise of getting “something” in exchange for providing amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants (and future Democrat voters), the establishment wing of the GOP is pushing a radical longtime goal of the bipartisan Deep State: Mandatory national biometric ID cards for all Americans. Privacy and liberty are under serious threat, critics warned.
The Orwellian national ID scheme, known as “E-Verify,” is ostensibly aimed at making it harder for illegal immigrants to find work in the United States. But in reality, illegal immigrants are typically paid under the table anyway — many of them simply work as day laborers and get paid in cash.
On April 1, a new law will go into effect in California that will automatically register people to vote through the Department of Motor Vehicles, including aliens who are in the country illegally.
Our strength lies in our diversity! This has become a mantra, repeated so frequently that people reflexively believe it. But is it true? We perhaps should’ve had a national discussion about that long ago, because our immigration regime is designed to increase diversity.
California is finally cracking down in the area of immigration — that is, they are cracking down on businesses who follow federal law to stop illegal immigration.
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said DHS has asked federal prosecutors to consider bringing criminal charges against leaders of so-called sanctuary cities.
Deceased globalist insider Peter Sutherland leaves an interventionist legacy, pushing for the New World Order through the World Trade Organization and illegal immigration.
President Trump, during a White House discussion on immigration, allegedly used vulgar language to dismiss the prospect of admitting immigrants from Haiti or Africa.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents raided 98 7-Eleven stores to interview employees suspected of being aliens working without the proper work permits.
During a bipartisan meeting at the White House, President Trump said, “I think a clean DACA bill to me is a DACA bill, but we take care of the 800,000 [youthful illegal aliens].”
In considering officially passing DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), even many conservatives consider it a given that the individuals covered under it must somehow be granted amnesty, but overlooked is that they’ve already been granted amnesty.
President Trump and Republicans are negotiating with Democrats to work out a plan acceptable to both sides, as the Obama-era DACA program nears its expiration in March.