Sometimes, there are lessons to be learned from whom you associate with, and let’s hope this is a wake-up call for Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), though I don’t think it will be.
On Tuesday, following the humiliating rejection of Senator Schumer and others’ proposal to grant amnesty to millions of people in America who stand in violation of immigration law, activists who are funded by George Soros, descended upon his home and demanded that he grant “immediate amnesty for all 12 to 30 million illegals inside the united States.”
Joe Binder reported at Breitbart:
Giving amnesty to 12 to 30 million illegal aliens in the U.S. would have an immediate negative impact on America’s working and middle class, specifically black Americans and the white working class who would be in direct competition for blue-collar jobs with the largely low-skilled illegal alien population.
Additionally, under current legal immigration laws, if given amnesty, the illegal alien population would be allowed to bring an unlimited number of their foreign relatives to the U.S. with them. This population could boom already high legal immigration levels to an unprecedented high. An amnesty for illegal aliens would also likely triple the number of border-crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The illegal aliens stormed the Democrats’ and [Marco] Rubio’s offices after White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders encouraged the open borders activists to take their discontent with Democrats and the Republican establishment straight to the politicians themselves.
United We Dream activists promote amnesty and open borders, and receive funding from George Soros. Soros happens to agree with them, by the way.
As they protested, calling for a new Dream Act, they blocked off several streets in Brooklyn.
“No hate, no fear. Immigrants are welcome here!” Indivisible Brooklyn tweeted.
No hate, no fear. Immigrants are welcome here! #DreamActNow #CleanDreamActNow @MaketheRoadNY @es_indivisible @bkindivisible @IndivisibleTeam pic.twitter.com/jpXxbnRulB
— Indivisible Brooklyn (@indivisible_bk) January 23, 2018
Well, of course. Every single legal immigrant who came to the US would agree, and so would the majority of Americans, but these people are promoting those who did not follow the law and bypassed everyone else. If lawbreakers are welcome, then why are they protesting? Lawbreakers are not welcome.
Another tweet read, “If Chuck won’t let us Dream, we won’t let him sleep!”
If Chuck won’t let us Dream, we won’t let him sleep! Powerful chorus at @SenSchumer’s house demanding a clean #DreamActNow! @UNITEDWEDREAM @MaketheRoadNY pic.twitter.com/lPvR5Vqzn4
— Daniel Altschuler ? (@altochulo) January 23, 2018
And like good Soros-funded people, there were the threats of constant calling.
““We are not politicians we are activists and it’s our job to demand action… the #Dreamers who are going to lose their status are going to play a short game with disastrous consequences. We will call @SenSchumer everyday!” tweeted another activist.
“We are not politicians we are activists and it’s our job to demand action… the #Dreamers who are going to lose their status are going to play a short game with disastrous consequences. We will call @SenSchumer everyday!” – @bkindivisible #DreamActNow pic.twitter.com/8E5hhV7clm
— Elana Levin says Happy birthday Jack Kirby! (@Elana_Brooklyn) January 23, 2018
Is that because these people don’t have an actual job? Why are they promoting what is unlawful?
Then, there is this complete nonsensical claim by the organizer, “Our organizer Patricia says we will not stop until we have a clean Dream Act because we are ALL immigrants!”
Our organizer Patricia says we will not stop until we have a clean Dream Act because we are ALL immigrants! ✊?#DreamActNow pic.twitter.com/3uzXsM4e86
— New York Communities for Change (@nychange) January 23, 2018
No, we are not all immigrants. Immigrants have not existed in my family for generations. I was born in America, in the state of South Carolina. I’m a South Carolinian by birth! I’m not an immigrant and neither are the vast majority of Americans, including those who want to hyphenate their “race” to define themselves.
Others burst into the offices of Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Marco Rubio (R-FL).
? LIVE from Mark R. Warner’s office! We will continue fighting. Democrats failed us in the Senate by passing a CR without Dream Act. Republicans have been trying to obstruct conversations to protect young immigrants from deportation. You will hear us: we need a #DreamActNow!SIGN and SHARE our petition: unitedwedre.am/2Dso9Yx
Posted by United We Dream on Tuesday, January 23, 2018
? LIVE from Marco Rubio’s office! We will continue fighting. Democrats failed us in the Senate by passing a CR without Dream Act. Republicans have been trying to obstruct conversations to protect young immigrants from deportation. You will hear us: we need a #DreamActNow!SIGN and SHARE our petition: unitedwedre.am/2Dso9Yx
Posted by United We Dream on Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Tensions are mounting and the reality is that these people are being nothing more than useful idiots.
I’m glad that at the very least the vote this week was at least sided towards Americans first. Those violating the law, who have been protected under DACA, are a slap in the face to every single immigrant who came into the country lawfully.
These people are not humble in the least, or they would acknowledge their wrongdoing, but no, they go to OUR representatives and make demands! Talk about brazen lawlessness! It’s not going to stop till we put a stop to it.
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