The L.A. Times has put out a news report about the hard work of the illegal aliens who former President Barack Hussien Obama granted executive amnesty with his DACA program to flip the U.S. House to Democrat control. As one who has watched these perpetually angry illegals – called “dreamers” by the liberal media – lobby against immigration enforcement and official English in the Georgia Capitol for the last five years, this writer can attest that they are quite active. And that many Republican state legislators are very timid in dealing with them. When the effort was made to end the current Georgia policy of giving “dreamers” the same exact drivers license and ID Cards as legal immigrants and guest workers here on legal visas, it was these corporate-funded illegals who succesfully led the fight against passage. In 2012, Obama told us the the DACA illegals could never become U.S. citizens. That is not true. One of the “dreamers” Maria Palasios is now a U.S. citizen and works for the far-left and discredited GALEO Corp. and has even run for stat office here in Georgia.
I wrote about that here.
The L.A. times story explains how involved and influential the illegal aliens – foreigners here illegally with a deferral on deportation – have become in American elections.
Imagine the influence the incoming batch of “dreamers” will have on American politics. Right now, there are about 15,000 “migrant” children, mostly from Central America, being cared for in shelters paid for by American tax dollars waiting to be distributed across the country. Along with “family units” who are setting records for crossing American borders, according to Customs and Border Protection, an average of 175 unaccompanied ‘children’ cross the southern border illegally every day. In a few years, they will be marching in the streets of America as teens and twenty-somethings screaming that they are “Americans without papers” and demanding another DACA-type amnesty. And, they will likely be successful. All the time, they will be lobbying in Washington DC and state Capitols as victims of borders and intimidating politicians who would rather capitulate than risk name-calling by the left and the media. Sorry for the repetition.
From the L.A. Times:
“Gabriela Cruz, who was brought to the U.S. illegally when she was 1, couldn’t vote, but in the final hours before the Nov. 6 election, she was making one last run to get people to the polls.
The sun was setting in Modesto when she found Ronald Silva, 41, smoking a cigarette on a tattered old couch behind a group home. He politely tried to wave her off until she reminded him he had a right that she as an immigrant without citizenship didn’t have.
“It could really make a change for us,” said Cruz, 29.
Half an hour later, she was helping Silva look up candidates as he filled out his ballot by the light of her phone. “I’m glad you guys came,” he said. “I was going to leave it in my drawer.”
Young immigrants, known as “Dreamers,” have become a political force over the last two decades as they have pushed Congress to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws. Part of a new wave of immigrant activists who mobilized this year to return control of the House to Democrats, Cruz and others in the movement see in President Trump an existential threat to their futures, and to their friends and family.”