The leftist majority of the U.S. House of Representatives urged Speaker Paul Ryan to schedule debate on bills to protect illegal alien invader children (DACA) from deportation, in a move aimed at reviving a push that sputtered in the Senate in February.
Backers said they had 240 House members on board so far pushing for debate of four different bills to replace the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which Republican President Donald Trump ended on March 5.
Under the leftist House members’ plan, the measure with the most votes would win and be sent to the Senate. November’s congressional elections could contribute to an already difficult path, however.
The bill many lawmakers think is most popular was written by RINO Republican Will Hurd and Democrat-Communist Peter Aguilar. It would protect “Dreamer” illegal aliens from deportation and “strengthen” border security, although not with a Southwest border wall Trump wants, reports the Herald-Palladium.
DACA, established in 2012 by Democratic then-President Barack Obama, protected illegal aliens brought into the United States by their parents when they were children. Around 800,000 “Dreamers” have participated, but almost 5,000,000 are covered under the DACA umbrella.
With Trump’s action, their legal status is in limbo pending the outcome of court battles.
Trump has urged Congress to write legislation giving these illegal aliens permanent protections, but he has failed to reach a compromise with Congress.
“It is time to have a full debate for the American public and have the entire country decide what border security should look like, what a permanent fix for Dreamers should look like,” said RINO (Democrat in disguise) Republican Representative Jeff Denham, who represents a central California district with a large Hispanic population.
In 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton beat Trump in his district, leading to speculation that Denham, like Republicans in similar areas, could face a tough re-election.
At least 218 votes are needed in the 435-member House to pass legislation. With five vacancies, slightly fewer are necessary.
But there are difficulties, even with the 240 votes supporting this latest immigration push.
Fortunately 50 of the House’s 237 Republicans who are behind the effort exposed themselves to be traitors, along with nearly all 190 Democrat-Communists on board.
That presents political problems for Ryan and his leadership team, which bridles at passing legislation not backed by a majority of fellow Republicans.
Openly Communist Linda Sanchez, a member of House Democratic leadership, told reporters that a bill to take care of Dreamers could pass the House if Ryan allowed it, but that opponents were blocking a debate.
“One hundred of the most conservative members in that (Republican) caucus are making policy for the rest of the United States,” Sanchez said.
What she fails to mention is they are trying to conserve America, and prevent it from becoming a Communist cesspool that Democrats crave.
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
April 19th, 2018