House Republican Chairs Introduce DACA Amnesty Bill Which Ends Chain, Lotto, Mandates E-VerifyChris Menahan
Jan. 11, 2018
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The Wall has been transformed into Jeb-style fencing and nearly one million illegals will be eligible for amnesty (until the courts make it 30 million as Ann Coulter has warned).
From Numbers USA:
Four House Republicans introduced legislation today to grant amnesty to DACA recipients while addressing all of Pres. Trump's demands. The Securing America's Future Act, introduced by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, House Immigration Subcommittee Chairman Raul Labrador, House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, and House Border Subcommittee Chairwoman Martha McSally, would end Chain Migration and the Visa Lottery, make E-Verify mandatory for all employers, and beef up both interior enforcement and border security.The White House suggested Trump backs the bill:
President Donald J. Trump is grateful to Chairman [Bob] Goodlatte, Chairman [Mike] McCaul, Congressman [Raul] Labrador, and Congresswoman [Martha] McSally for introducing immigration legislation that would accomplish the Presidentís core priorities for the American people. The President looks forward to advancing legislation that secures the border, ends chain migration, cancels the visa lottery, and addresses the status of the DACA population in a responsible fashion.Legalizing these illegals will hand the country over to the Democrats unless the other elements drive millions out, which it doesn't appear they will. E-Verify is good but it's the type of thing I would imagine the courts could easily overturn.
Let's hope this goes nowhere.
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