Donald Trump has restored border security as a key issue for the Republican Party. Without him, it’s unlikely we would’ve heard must debate on the topic this election cycle.
While Trump plans to build a “big beautiful wall,” that seems to get 10 feet taller every day, Hillary Clinton is planning just the opposite. The consequences of illegal immigration are well established, so why do Democrats keep catering to them?
Because they don’t see them as economic parasites – they see them for what they are – future Democrat voters. RightWingNews reports on Hillary’s horrifying plan to “deal with” illegal immigration – here’s just a sampling…
(1) Expanding Unconstitutional Executive Amnesty
Perhaps one of the most radical aspects Clinton’s open borders platform is that she is openly campaigning on defending and even expanding President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesties.
“You can count on me to defend President Obama’s executive actions on DACA and DAPA when I am president,” Clinton said, referring to Obama’s 2012 (DACA) and 2014 (DAPA) executive amnesties, which gave work permits and access to federal benefits to millions of illegal immigrants.
Clinton’s campaign website states that, as President, she will “defend President Obama’s executive actions to provide deportation relief for DREAMers and parents of Americans and lawful residents.” Meaning, Clinton will allow millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the United States, receive work permits to legally fill American jobs, and get access to federal benefits paid for by U.S. taxpayers.
In addition, Clinton’s website says she will “extend those actions to additional persons with sympathetic cases if Congress refuses to act.”
(2) Amnesty Within 100 Days
Clinton has pledged to enact amnesty within her first 100 days in office. As NBC recentlyreported: “If elected, the former secretary of state has promised to build on President Obama’s executive actions and introduce comprehensive immigration reform during her first 100 days in office.”
Clinton’s website has explained that by “comprehensive immigration reform,” Clinton means full citizenship for illegal immigrants, which would give them welfare access, voting privileges, and the ability to bring over their family members through chain migration.
“As president, Hillary will fight for comprehensive immigration reform that provides a full and equal path to citizenship,” Clinton’s website states.
Full amnesty for the illegal immigrant population will cost U.S. taxpayers $6.3 trillion, according to a report from the Heritage Foundation.
(3) Full path to citizenship
Clinton has pledged to use federal resources to ensure that millions of more foreign migrants are able to vote in U.S. elections:
There are millions of people in America who could be naturalized, but for one reason or another, they’re not. So let’s help more of our neighbors claim their rights. It’s so powerful, so precious, to be a citizen of the United States!
To be able to vote in our elections, to have a voice in our future, and I want to take down the barriers that are holding people back. So here’s a few things I will do: I will work to expand fee waivers, so more people seeking naturalization can get a break on the costs. I will increase access to language programs to help people boost their English proficiency. I will enhance outreach and education so more people know their options and are engaged in the process. I don’t want anyone who could be a citizen to miss out on that opportunity.
Polling data suggests that Clinton’s voter importation plan will overwhelmingly benefit the Democratic Party.
A 2011 Pew survey found that Hispanics have a more negative view of capitalism (55%) than do supporters of Occupy Wall Street (47%). A 2012 Pew Hispanic Center survey found that 75% of Hispanics prefer bigger governments that provide more services as opposed to smaller governments that provide fewer services.
This is just a random thought; but have you ever noticed how common it is to see activists parading around waving Mexican flags at anti-Trump rallies? Don’t they not want to live in Mexico?