In a stunning turn of events - the states of Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and West Virginia - have all filed a joint lawsuit against the federal government to ask that President Trump formally end the Obama-era DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) “DREAMer” (as per the Dream Act) program - of which most Americans feel was an unconstitutional policy.
Each of the states involved in the lawsuit is led by Republican Governors, proclaiming that the Obama Regime “exceeded its authority” in the creation of the DACA program without first conducting Congressional voting on current immigration laws surrounding the admittance of foreigners into the United States of America.
The program was initially put in place in a fashion that some suggest are unconstitutional after Barack Obama bypassed the Legislative branch entirely in forming the pathway towards amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.
President Trump campaigned against DACA, however, suggested during his Administration that he would show some compassion by allowing the program to expire in September if 2017 and then giving Congress a six-month deadline to present a new initiative.
That deadline passed in March, at which time President Trump formally ended all protections for DACA recipients after repeated appeals to Democrats to come to the table and negotiate a plan for the “Dreamers,” who are actually illegal aliens who crossed into the United States of America as children, still making them federal fugitives from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Illegals in California have violently protested the Democratic Party, infuriated that the likes of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) have been unwilling to work with President Trump to offer a bipartisan solution.
President Trump previously unveiled a deal that would have provided a pathway to citizenship for 1.8 million of the so-called “Dreamers,” but the Democrats ignored this plan because in order for the Democratic Party to mathematically win future elections they need to somehow provide full-amnesty to 11 million illegals, according to experts.
With President Trump doing this, he was both able to depict himself as being compassionate to the needs and wants of supposed “Dreamers,” all while showing legal migrants that the Democratic Party’s attempts to pretend as if they care about them is a complete lie, and only wants them in America for their votes.
Critics have taken aim at Trump for this policy, but those who have are simply not comprehending the long-term gains of President Trump's semantics.
Those who do understand realize that President Trump knew the Democrats wouldn't come to the table without their 11 million voters and that he planned to expose the tried and true in consideration of the Democratic Party’s politicians in terms of actually trying to help those people.
The calculated nature of Trump's decision should open the GOP into an entirely new vision for future elections, bringing together legal American voters of every color and creed as a result.
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Despite this, the seven GOP controlled states are now taking their lawsuit into federal courts to put a nail in the coffin of the program.
Recently, a federal judge ruled that the President's suspension of the DACA program must not yet be fully terminated, although no new applications outside of those already submitted will be accepted.
<a href="https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/01/18/there-3-5-m-dreamers-and-most-may-face-nightmare/1042134001/"> USA Today </a>reports that there are an estimated 3.6 million DREAMers, while other outlets such as<a href="https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-texas/texas-sues-trump-administration-to-end-dreamers-program-idUSKBN1I24FN"> Reuters </a>suggesting that there are only 700,000.
We are certain the numbers are far higher than previously believed, due to the fact that the Trump deal offered to Democrats named 1.8 million who would have received a path to citizenship after 12-years inside the United States of America without engaging in any crimes. Again, Democrats failed to work with the President and the deadline was officially March 6th.
With the current program, anyone who'd applied prior to the deadline can receive up to a two-year work permit inside the United States of America, of which after those two years they must return to their country of origins and seek legal immigration through the proper policy and procedures in order to return.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the most vocal of the state authorities behind the lawsuit, has long-since remained a critic of the program since the Obama years and has also made clear to the illegals that were brought into America as children that they should be angry with the Obama regime for failing them.
“Our lawsuit is about the rule of law, not the wisdom of any particular immigration policy,” said Texas AG Paxton. “Texas has argued for years that the federal executive branch lacks the power to unilaterally grant unlawfully present aliens lawful presence and work authorization.”
Democrats have tried to spin the blame against President Trump, but in reality, all Barack Obama had to do was take the issue to Congress and he could have potentially reached some form of amnesty-like agreement. He instead, however, chose to act in the same fashion as a rogue dictator, and defy federal law.
Of course, that hasn't stopped some of the virtue-signaling from liberal immigration activists, who still try and blame Donald Trump for the failures of Barack Obama.
“Today’s filing by seven retrograde states comes nearly six years after DACA was introduced and many weeks after three other federal courts began to order that the DACA initiative continues despite Donald Trump’s attempt to end it,” said Thomas Saenz, President the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF).
It's important to note that the MALDEF has heavy ties and a long-standing history of receiving funding from liberal organizations like the NAACP and worked cooperatively in lawsuits with the ACLU in years prior to the DACA program.
Of course, George Soros has previously pledged countless millions to the NAACP, which is even reported on their<a href="http://www.naacpldf.org/news/george-soros-foundation-pledges-1-million-naacp-legal-defense-fund"> Legal Defense Fund website</a>.
"We need bold and courageous civil rights strategies if we are to achieve racial equality in this country,” Soros stated.
What we need, is for these states to win the lawsuit and for Congress and the nation to declare George Soros as a foreign terrorist who tries to subvert the democratic rule of law with cash.
The DREAMer fight is far from over, although it's expired, with the globalist backers no doubt trying to prevent its collapse. Even if it were formally destroyed, it will still be at minimal two years before everyone already approved will have expired their work permits and then be issued an order to leave the United States of America.
Americans will certainly be rooting for the seven states as they take the battle to the federal courtroom.
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Was wondering when the GOP, who claim to be the Law abiding Right, was going to get off its thumb up its _. I guess they ran the numbers and now see the 2018 Positive Voter numbers supporting Trump on this issue ?