Roy Moore: No Such Thing as 'DREAMer' Illegal Alien, Program Was 'Never Passed by Congress'by John Binder
Sep. 21, 2017
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Anti-establishment Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore denounced the use of the term the open borders lobby and mainstream media have used to describe illegal aliens shielded by the Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Moore, during a debate with establishment-backed candidate Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), said the term "DREAMer" to describe nearly 800,000 illegal aliens protected by DACA does not actually exist, because the temporary amnesty program was never approved by Congress.
"We don't need to talk about DACA," Moore said during the debate. "Obviously Congress did not do their duty on DACA, which was a mere memo from the Department of Homeland Security under Barack Obama, which violated the laws."
"Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals -- it's very simple," Moore continued. "DREAMer? DREAMer development, relief, education of alien minors. There's no such thing as a DREAMer. You know why? It was never passed by Congress. And when it didn't pass by Congress, Obama himself, through his Homeland Security, decided to implement a program and violate the law. That's why we're here today. That's why we're having a problem today."
Unlike Moore, who adamantly opposes DACA and amnesty, Strange has ducked the issue, writing only on his campaign website that "It is our duty to uphold and enforce immigration law," as Breitbart News reported.