One of the major letdowns (and there were very few) regarding the presidency of Ronald Reagan was the fact that he granted amnesty to illegals. All that this did was create a case where the illegals became legal and, once companies had to pay them accordingly, desired more illegal aliens for cheap labor. In other words, it greatly hurt the United States, it did not help us.
President Donald Trump was elected to counter this insanity which has carried on ever since Regan’s folly on the matter. The U.S.A. Today has shown that those who supported the G.O.P candidate on the issue could soon be sold out by him! Regrettably, America’s leader has “promised Tuesday to sign what he called a ‘bill of love’ to extend protections to 800,000 immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children — if Congress can work out the details.”
It is somehow a “bill of love” to allow countless people who did not apply to legally to be here sandbagging and costing our economy endless heartache. It is interesting to note that no other nations have a “bill of love” allowing U.S. citizens to invade their nation unannounced as is happening here.
Trump has long said he was against the program that allowed illegal aliens to post themselves in the U.S. and start demanding things as if they were supposed to be here, according to the Conservative Daily Post. This about-face is anything but good news to those who trusted him to execute the law.
“You folks are going to have to come up with a solution. And if you do, I will sign that solution,” Trump said as his base blanches at the mere thought of such betrayal.
Lawmakers have until March 5th (a date set by Mr. Trump) “to come up with a legal fix to the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.” Since the whole matter is illegal, perhaps is just wordplay, and Trump has no plans to cater to these harmful leftist whims.
However, after past knifings in the back, those who voted for Trump hoping for him to vote against DACA have every reason in the world to be worried.
“A clean DACA bill to me is to take care of the 800,000 people,” said Trump. “We take care of that, and we also take care of security. And then we can go to comprehensive (immigration reform) later on.”
If these words are looked at as some are, it can be imagined that Trump is willing to sign DACA as long as he gets the wall finished. The sales pitch would be that since we have the wall done and most illegal travel has stopped, these 800,000 can stay. This is not a trade-off that many who voted for the U.S. leader are going to happy with, however.
If the White House moves in this direction then they may find that those who have stayed onboard the Trump train are ready to pull to the cord and stop. Some promises simply NEED to be kept.
Source: The U.S.A. Today