House Speaker Paul Ryan said Friday that President Trump should not end DACA and congress should instead work on a “legislative solution” to the problem — which means give millions of illegals amnesty.
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The speaker explained that the illegal immigrant children were brought to the country by their parents and should not be subject to deportation.
“There are people that are in limbo, that don’t know any other country, who were brought here by their parents and don’t know another home,” Ryan said, calling for Congress to give them “peace of mind.”
He added that he had “plenty of conversations” with the Trump White House about a solution to the problem.
“I think the president as well has mentioned that he wants to have a humane solution to this problem, and I think that’s something that we in congress are working on and need to deliver on.
Ryan clarified that he believed that Obama was wrong to use his executive power to issue DACA.
“President Obama did not have legislative authority to do what he did, you can’t as an executive, write law out of thin air,” he said.
Obama can pass DACA by executive fiat, but Trump can’t undo by merely not defending it in court — understand?
Even though the American public voted for the candidate who was farthest to the right on immigration and promised to build a wall and kick illegals out, their “representatives” who have an 8% job approval rating have decided what Trump’s voters actually want is to give illegals amnesty.
Conservative lawmakers led by Thom Tillis are crafting a bill they call the conservative Dream Act that would provide a path to permanent residency to people brought here illegally as children, offering President Donald Trump an escape hatch on one of his most vexing immigration challenges.
…Details are still being worked out, but the Tillis plan would be a companion proposal to a House bill introduced by Miami Republican Carlos Curbelo.
Like Curbelo’s bill, the Tillis plan would offer an eventual path to U.S. citizenship for immigrants who entered illegally before Jan. 1, 2012, and were 16 years old or younger.
The proposal would grant high school graduates without a serious criminal record conditional immigration status for a five-year period. During that time, if they earn a higher-education degree, serve in the military or stay employed, they could apply for permanent residency and, eventually, citizenship.
About 2.5 million Dreamers would be eligible.
As I’ve noted before, each one of these DREAMers is easily costing taxpayers around $200,000+ just to put through school. We’ve given them a massive leg up where they can now return to their countries with a large competitive advantage over their fellow countrymen.
These “DREAMers” taking welfare from and committing crimes against real Americans is taking away their dreams.
Courtesy of Information Liberation