Just imagine what will happen to the United States if illegal aliens are allowed to practice law despite the fact they are not even citizens, and have no intention of ever becoming so.
They will run for office in states like California, New York, Illinois and others, where they will file countless lawsuits, and they will most certainly demand the abolishment of immigration laws and open borders.
They will do everything they can to bring about the goal of the race supremacist group, La Raza, and “reclaim” the American southwest, despite the fact it was legally purchased by the United States from Mexico.
Illegal alien law students studying under the embattled Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program paid for by taxpayers, are discovering that after years of schooling, their first legal battle may involve their ability to join the bar.
As it should be.
Most states require lawyers to be U.S. citizens or have residency status.
Denia Perez was brought to the U.S. by her parents from Mexico when she was 11 months old. She graduated this month from Quinnipiac University’s law school in Connecticut. She has asked judicial officials to let the state join others including New York, California, Florida and New Jersey in allowing so-called “Dreamers” to practice law.
The rules committee of the Connecticut bar has endorsed the proposed change, reports AP News. The policy will be reviewed at a meeting of state judges in June and could go into effect in July.
Several other states, including California, Florida, New York and New Jersey, have already approved similar changes to open their bars to DACA students.
The American Bar Association, after hearing from illegal alien DACA students seeking admission to the bar in several states, adopted a resolution in August that urges Congress to amend federal law, adding language that bar admission should never be denied based solely on immigration status.
“We have invested in these kids,” Hayre said. “So it makes sense to have them contributing to the economy and society as productive members of the community. In a way, it’s a no-brainer.”
But there is opposition. Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow with the Heritage Foundation, said he finds it inconceivable that anyone who is not a legal resident could be permitted to take an oath to uphold the laws of the United States and join the bar.
“They are in fact in the country illegally and violating federal law,” said Spakovsky, who is a lawyer. “I wouldn’t want someone who is in the country illegally to defend me, because the Department of Homeland Security could swoop in at any time and remove my lawyer from the country, and then where would I be?”
The fact that the American Bar Association agrees with this, means one thing. They are complicit in the destruction of the United States, and should be either disbanded, or the board of directors stripped of their law licenses and incarcerated.
Democrats are pushing for this, and it is yet another act of treason against the Republic that they have become so accustomed to commit.
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
May 24th, 2018