“Love” takes precedent over law
After colluding with Democrats and Republicrats on what he brazenly refers to as “comprehensive immigration reform,” Pres. Trump says he is not worried about criticism for normalizing nearly a million illegals. He’s calling his incomprehensible measure, “a bill of love.” Remember candidate Trump blasting Jeb Bush his RINO presidential rival, for calling sneaking into the United States, “an act of love“?
Now Trump is boldly morphing into Bush referring to his own amnesty actions as “a bill of love.” Border security has been all but forgotten.
“I will take the heat. I will take all the heat you want to give me and take the heat off the Democrats and the Republicans.”
Is Trump also prepared to “take the heat” from the American citizens who voted for him based in large measure on the promises he made regarding controlling the illegal invasion? The real heat will come in the form of a Republican Party resembling the Whig Party, which fell into cataclysmic extinction after electing Pres. Millard Fillmore. How long before all the grateful new Americans forget who gave them their indefensible pathway to citizenship? Just look at Mexifornia where it would be impossible for Reagan to reprise his two-term governorship. All of the statewide offices are held by Democrats. The state senate and assembly have Democrat majorities. The current governor, leftist Jerry Brown welcomes non-citizens to his newly declared Sanctuary State.
We’ve been down this reckless path before. In 1986 then-President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act, often referred to as Simpson-Mazzoli commemorating the Republican Senator and Democrat Representative who crafted the “bi-partisan” hoax, supposedly a one-time amnesty for illegals. The net effect was more stealth illegals, when they saw there were no consequences for their illegitimate actions.
We’ve heard the same blather previously. Illegals must show good moral character, pay fees, learn English. There is no means of enforcement or penalty exacted for failure to comply.
Without Joshua’s trumpets blaring, Trump’s promised wall will be the next to fall.
John McCain and Ted Kennedy teamed up on such amnesty bills. Next, John McCain and Jon Kyl took the reins. Most recently it was John McCain and Jeff Flake with the bi-partisan “Gang of Eight.” In each incarnation the aim was to legalize millions of uneducated foreign nationals who brought no skills to the U.S. With more crops harvested mechanically and with xeriscaping making inroads in drought-conscious states, fewer landscapers are needed. Dishwashers are machines. Scientists, engineers and mathematicians are not coming from Mexico, Honduras or Guatemala. The needy are.