By: Red Pill | 02-15-2018 | News
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Senate Voting on President Trump's "Four Pillars" Proposal, which Guarantees a Border Wall

The 45th President of the United States of America - Donald J. Trump - unveiled both his highly touted "Common Sense" immigration proposal - as well as his "Four Pillars" plan which is now being voted upon by the United States Senate.

As per the plan from the Trump Administration, it intends to finally settle the 30-year-old debate on immigration and national security, which will give current DACA recipients a 10 to the 12-year path towards citizenship as well as guarantee $25 billion to build the promised border wall.

The President said, "A lasting solution on DACA, ending chain migration, canceling the visa lottery, and securing the border through building the wall and closing legal loopholes."

The President has made clear to politicians in both the Democratic and Republican Party than any plan which doesn't include the "Four Pillars" will not be signed into law or supported by the Administration, so it's now exclusively in the hands of bipartisanship to decide the fate of those who wish to remain inside of the United States of America.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Several senators, led by Senator <a href="">@ChuckGrassley</a>, have crafted legislation that accommodates the major interests of all sides. It fulfills the stated goal of Democrats AND conforms to the <a href="">@POTUS</a>&#39; requirements for <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Immigration</a> &amp; <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#DACA</a>.</p>&mdash; Leader McConnell (@SenateMajLdr) <a href="">February 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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The map laid out by President will potentially require heavy bargaining on future legislation to gain the support to pass the bill, which is co-sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA).

"I am asking all senators, in both parties, to support the Grassley bill and to oppose any legislation that fails to fulfill these four pillars," so sayeth the President. "That includes opposing any short-term 'Band-Aid' approach."

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Some may not like it but REALITY is that Grassley/Cornyn is only DACA fix that can pass Senate+House+Trump. DREAMERS can help by telling Dems to get on board, stop wasting time &amp; ACTUALLY SUPPORT A BILL THAT CAN BE SIGNED INTO LAW. Let's deliver certainty that DACA kids deserve</p>&mdash; ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) <a href="">February 14, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Those close to the Administration have stated repeatedly that President Trump will not negotiate on the terms of these "Four Pillars," and let it be known that this is what the people who voted for him wanted so he's guaranteeing he delivers on his promises.

"If you do something much narrower than what we've got proposed, you'll be right back here in four or five years doing the same thing again with another wave," said Senator David Perdue (R-GA). "If you don't break the chain migration issue, you're going to be back here because you're reinstating another wave of parents who will smuggle their kids in illegally."

For nearly a year the President's Administration has bashed the chain migration which has endangered Americans and cost countless billions of dollars in wasted and unnecessary spending. It's one of the" Four Pillars" in which supports the President's overhead assembly for the new bill, and some would suggest it's the most crucial aspect of the plan.

Democrats are standing tall in opposition, as usual, despite the olive branch extended by President Trump to fulfill a peace negotiation with the left wing of Congress.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">…lottery, continues deadly catch-and-release, and bars enforcement even for FUTURE illegal immigrants. Voting for this amendment would be a vote AGAINST law enforcement, and a vote FOR open borders. If Dems are actually serious about DACA, they should support the Grassley bill!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="">February 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Senator Dick Durbin (D- IL) said, "We're not there yet," in reference to the deal. Republicans in the Senate who firmly support the President are working miracles as we speak to negotiate a deal before the end of the week, although there's much criticism to go around.

Nearly 1.8 million "Dreamers" will be given the legal path to citizenship if the bill passes, causing a rift within the far left of the Democratic Party.

Much of the Democratic support from illegal aliens want a deal, in order to become American citizens, while the progressive and communist sects of the Democratic Party are widely opposed to the plan because it will give the President his campaign promise of a border wall, something they're unhappy with seeing accomplished.

It's not as if their tears haven't been shed multiple times since November of 2016 when then-Candidate Donald J. Trump won the election, shocking the nation, so they're used to losing by now.

There is, however, independents willing to work alongside the Republican Party's efforts to pass this bill, including Senator Angus King (I-VT) who alongside Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD) have promoted their unity in an attempt to rally others to join in support on the "Four Pillars" plan on Wednesday night.

"Our legislation underscores the broad, bipartisan commitment to creating a path to citizenship for Dreamers, who were brought to this country illegally through no decision of their own, while strengthening border security to help stop the flow of illegal immigrants as well as drugs like heroin that are ruining lives," said Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), who joined into the pact of support in hopes she can unite female party members from both sides of the aisle to show their compassion for such a bill, according to<a href=""> US News and World Report</a>.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) isn't very popular amongst Trump supporters, and if he can get this bill to pass through the Senate without peril he's certain to obtain new respect from his critics since this will be the bill that decides if Trump supporters will have their wall or not.

What happens next is anyone's guess, but the American people, illegal aliens, and the world will be watching.

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