We Won’t Be Distracted from Amnesty
Amnesty will only increase the problem. Seal the border first.
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I just want to reiterate with all of these things that are going on, amnesty is the biggie, folks, because if amnesty is achieved, then all the rest of this is academic, and we basically have a one-party government and country for at least a generation. By the way, Chris Cillizza, even in his story, Chris Cillizza’s point was that the IRS scandals were distracting talk radio from raising the alarm about amnesty. He admitted that it was talk radio that stopped amnesty in 2007.
Chris Cillizza, the Washington Post. And he said all these other scandals — Benghazi, IRS — are providing cover for amnesty, got talk radio distracted, so they know where their real problems lie. Cillizza admits it. But here’s the point. The amnesty bill, as it’s written, or the pathway to citizenship bill, delays citizenship for a number of years. That’s why you’re hearing pathway to citizenship. Well, what’ll happen, the theory is — and it’s a good one — what’ll happen is if the law is passed, then it’ll immediately be challenged, that this citizenship provision is unconstitutional. You can’t bring these people out of shadows. You can’t grant them this. You can’t do that. They’re citizens now, and all you need is one Obama judge, one liberal judge, and they’re not hard to find these days, and, bammo, you’ve got instant citizenship, instant voting.
So they know if they put this in the legislation, it’s not gonna pass. So this is how they’re gonna get it. Even Bob Menendez, there’s a political story today, Bob Menendez, Democrat Senator, New Jersey, admits that the problem with the bill right now in the Senate is Democrats, not Republicans. They don’t have 60 votes for this thing because they don’t have enough Democrats for it. But he says give us time and we’ll get 70 votes. Well, what the time is needed for, they can’t in this bill come out and say we’re gonna grant ’em citizenship the minute Obama signs it. Nobody, nobody will stand for that.
So the trick, or the deception, is a pathway to citizenship that delays citizenship for a number of years or whatever it is — I think it’s 12 or 13, but regardless — the minute that bill is signed, the next day it’s gonna get challenged. Maybe even Schumer will challenge himself; who knows. But some activist group is gonna challenge the bill as unconstitutional. All you gotta do is go to a federal judge that agrees with the liberals, and, bammo, you got instant citizenship. That is the caller’s theory, and it’s a good one, and it probably is the strategy. ‘Cause they know, in Congress, House and Senate, the American people do not want this. We did this once in 1986. The American people may want some kind of immigration reform, but blanket amnesty they don’t want.
So this is the way to get it and it has the added benefit of having it done under the courts, and when it happens in the courts, it’s over, you can’t challenge the courts. Federal court, Supreme Court, what have you.