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Ronald Reagan said signing amnesty legislation for millions of illegal aliens was the worst mistake he ever made. It forever turned California voting for a majority of Democrats. Allowing DACA illegal aliens to stay will do the same thing to the entire United States. Lets not make the same mistake President Reagan did.

President Trump has given Congress six months from the date of his below Executive Action of September 5, 2017, which ends President Obama’s unconstitutional and illegal DACA program, to make an immigration bill he could live with. The deadline date makes it March 5, 2018 or in about two months time.

Further below is a list of 34 RINOs who had wanted DACA legislation before they would vote for any taxpayer relief bills. They didn’t get their way and all of them supported the historic taxpayer relief law because they knew their Republican and Democratic constituents would remember on election day.

“For those here today illegally who are seeking legal status, they will have one route and only one route: to return home and apply for re-entry.” -Donald J. Trump

Relive the full inspiring words of Donald Trump while he was on the campaign trail and the loud, enthusiastic cheers of approval as he speaks about illegal aliens in this video here

President Trump made a commitment to the American people during his campaign that he would end DACA should he be elected president. Well we did elected him but he has since begun to waiver in his commitment to us to end this costly program. He did so by saying that he would not sign a DACA bill if he didn’t get funding for the wall. The savings America would have by deporting illegal aliens would pay for the wall.

14 Things the MSM Won’t Tell You About DACA

1. This Is Only the Fault of the Parents

2. DACA Recipients Are Illegal Aliens

3. DACA Is a Massive Amnesty Program

4. DACA Recipients Are Not ​the Children

5. DACA Recipients Take Jobs Americans WILL Do

6. Some DACA Recipients are Criminals

7. DACA Is Not a Law, It Is the Violation of Law

8. Most DACA Recipients are Not Overachievers

9. DACA Is Wildly Unfair to Americans, Most Especially Young Americans Just Starting Out

10. DACA Was Already Litigated and Debated in 2016

Trump promised to end DACA.

11. DACA Encourages More Illegal Immigrants

12. In Most States, DACA Recipients are Eligible for Welfare Benefits

13. Unless It Is Stopped, DACA Will Never Stop Growing

14. DACA Ignores Some Criminal Behavior

These RHINOs will be pushing other Republicans and President Trump to agree to a DACA amnesty bill before the March 5 deadline. We must make certain that doesn’t happen. Call President Trump at 202-456-6213 to let him know that you expect him to remain firm on his commitment to deport All illegal aliens and for him to say NO on any DACA Amnesty. You can tweet him at @realDonaldTrump or @POTUS. Word is that Trump’s second son Eric Trump’s wife Lara Trump, has the president’s ear. Her Twitter address is @LaraLeaTrump. ANd call those RINOs pronto!

Executive Action 

President Donald J. Trump Restores Responsibility and the Rule of Law to Immigration

Issued on: September 5, 2017

White House

President Donald J. Trump

RESPONSIBLY ENDING UNLAWFUL IMMIGRATION POLICY: Today, the Trump Administration is rescinding the previous Administration’s memorandum creating the unlawful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and has begun to end the program responsibly.

This is the list of House RINOs supporting DACA call or tweet them and tell them No Amnesty TO DACA illegal aliens.

Scott Taylor 202-225-4215 @RepScottTaylor

Dan Newhouse 202-225-5816 @RepNewhouse

Mia Love 202-225-3011 @RepMiaLove

Mark Amodei 202-225-6155 @MarkAmodeiNV2

David Valadao 202-225-4695 @RepDavidValadao

Dave Reichert 202-225-7761 @davereichert

Brian Fitzpatrick 202-225-4276 @RepBrianFitz

Mike Coffman 202-225-7882 @RepMikeCoffman

Charles Dent 202-225-6411 @RepCharlieDent

Frank LoBiando 202-225-6572 @FrankPallone

Peter King 202-225-7896 @RepPeteKing

Carlos Curbelo 202-225-2778 @RepCurbelo

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen 202-225-3931 @RosLehtinen

Ryan Costello 202-225-4315 @RepRyanCostello

Fred Upton 202-225-3761 @RepFredUpton

Jeff Denham 202-225-4540 @RepJeffDenham

Rodney Davis 202-225-2371 @RodneyDavis

John Faso 202-225-5614 @RepJohnFaso

John Katko 202-225-3701 @RepJohnKatko

Chris Stewart 202-225-9730 @RepChrisStewart

Susan Brooks 202-225-2276 @SusanWBrooks

Adam Kinzinger 202-225-3635 @RepKinzinger

Glenn Thompson 202-225-5121 @CongressmanGT

Mike Simpson 202-225-5531 @CongMikeSimpson

Mimi Walters 202-225-5611 @RepMimiWalters

Leonard Lance 202-225-5361 @RepLanceNJ7

Pat Meehan 202-225-2011 @RepMeehan

Elise Stefanik 202-225-4611 @RepStefanik

Tom MacArthur 202-225-4765 @RepTomMacArthur

Chris Smith 202-225-3765 @RepChrisSmith

Jenniffer Gonzales-Colon 202-225-2615 @RepJenniffer

Joe Barton 202-225-2002 @RepJoeBarton

Will Hurd 202-225-4511 @HurdOnTheHill

Bruce Poloquin 202-225-6306 @RepPoliquin

34 House Republicans demand DACA action this year [2017]

Every Deported Illegal Household Saves Taxpayers More than $700,000

Advocates for mass-migration are using skewed financial claims to smear Donald Trump’s popular border proposals, which actually would help revive the near-bankrupt Social Security and Medicare programs.

Illegal migrants cost U.S. taxpayers a net total of nearly $100 billion annually, concluded a 2010 investigation by the Federation for American Immigration Reform.

Unskilled Workers Lose Out to Immigrants

The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on United States Taxpayers

Illegal immigration costs U.S. taxpayers about $113 billion a year at the federal, state and local level. The bulk of the costs — some $84 billion — are absorbed by state and local governments.

Education for the children of illegal aliens constitutes the single largest cost to taxpayers, at an annual price tag of nearly $52 billion. Nearly all of those costs are absorbed by state and local governments.

With many state budgets in deficit, policymakers have an obligation to look for ways to reduce the fiscal burden of illegal migration. California, facing a budget deficit of $14.4 billion in 2010-2011, is hit with an estimated $21.8 billion in annual expenditures on illegal aliens. New York’s $6.8 billion deficit is smaller than its $9.5 billion in yearly illegal alien costs.

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author and are not not necessarily either shared or endorsed by iPatriot.com.

William Johnson

 

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