Yoder's DHS Funding Bill Includes Quasi-Amnesty for DACA Illegal Aliensby JOHN BINDER
Aug. 02, 2018
How The Media Business Works
Check Out How This Volvo Ad Was Run in America vs Poland
'France Does Not Belong to The French!' 400+ African Migrants Storm Airport to Demand Asylum
'Serial Killer' Healthcare Worker In U.S. Illegally Suspected of Being Involved in a Thousand Deaths
Times Of Israel: "Stop Mel Gibson's New Anti-Semitic Movie, If Needed by Erecting New Laws"
The GOP-approved 2019 homeland security funding bill includes a quasi-amnesty for the nearly one million illegal aliens who are currently enrolled in the President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
The quasi-amnesties for DACA illegal aliens and foreign nationals who are in the United States on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was slipped into the appropriations bill by Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA) and approved by Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS).
Essentially, the amendments to the funding bill prohibit DHS from using any funds or resources from detaining any DACA illegal aliens or foreign nationals who have TPS.
Dan Cadman, a fellow with the Center for Immigration Studies, says the Aguilar amendments approved by Yoder and the House Republicans are a “stealth amnesty” for DACA illegal aliens and the thousands of TPS foreign nationals.