It is most unfortunate that President Trump agreed to this stalling tactic from Speaker Pelosi. Pelosi knows that her party will lose to President Trump in 2020 based on the current political environment. She can’t win on policy or the issues. Therefore, she wants to obtain a new and massive voting bloc from Latin America to help ensure a win for her party in 2020 and well beyond.
President Trump must remain firm and and not allow himself to be fooled by this evil and corrupt women, or America will be looking at the one-party system that has destroyed California going forward. Go to President Trump’s Twitter page @realDonaldTrump and say “No to massive amnesty for Speaker Pelosi, Mr. President.” President Trump will listen to his base more than anyone else.
Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump: Thanks for Halting a Few Deportations, Now Give Us a Giant Amnesty
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to President Donald Trump’s decision to delay the deportations of a few hundred recent illegal migrants by asking for a nationwide amnesty for millions of migrants living in the United States.
By Neil Munro, Breitbart, June 23, 2019:
“Mr. President, delay is welcome,” she tweeted, adding, “Time is needed for comprehensive immigration reform.”
In recent weeks, Democrats have been stepping up their calls for “comprehensive immigration reform,” usually by praising the 2013 “Gang of Eight” amnesty and cheap-labor bill. Democrat’s use of “comprehensive immigration reform” is shorthand for a political deal that would promise better border security for Americans in exchange for an immediate nationwide amnesty that would provide Democrats at least 10 million new voters in a decade.
Mr. President, delay is welcome. Time is needed for comprehensive immigration reform. Families belong together. https://t.co/R9PDrfaKWj
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) June 22, 2019
On June 11, for example, Minnesota Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar touted the 2013 bill to Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, saying, “Do you think that comprehensive immigration reform that we passed in 2013 in the Senate that was supported by President [Barack] Obama and blocked by the Republican leadership in the House, do you think that would have helped to prevent from happening with all the funding that was there for the border and also having a much more orderly process for legal immigration?”
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