In case citizens have any question about what the proper attitude about a DACA/Dreamer amnesty should be, the liberal press is Johnny-on-the-spot to tell them. Candidate Trump promised to end the program
that was begun by President Obama
with an unconstitutional decree in 2012
, but President Trump has recently backslid to a more Democrat position.
Not to worry — Trump voter are “flexible” according to a front-page headline on Saturday’s Los Angeles Times
. Even previously pro-enforcement Arizonans
now apparently think that “Dreamers” should be allowed to stay because they arrived through “no fault of their own.”
Interestingly, a 2010 Rasmussen poll showed that 64 percent of Arizona voters rejected citizenship for anchor babies
, but the current Times
item was less clear about public opinion, noting “Dreamers, who, polls show, are viewed with sympathy by a majority of Americans.”
The liberal press has been running at full speed to push public opinion about “Dreamers” into accepting an amnesty that will surely grow into the millions
, thereby creating a new batch of Democrat voters
The media have purposely expanded the amnesty language by using the more appealing term “Dreamer” which refers to any young illegal alien, while DACA
refers to a numerically limited group of around 800K. When amnesty is on the table, Democrats want maximum numbers, because importing big-government foreigners
is the only way they can win elections.
As Mark Twain observed, “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session” — and double that when the subject is amnesty for future Democrats.
Friday’s newspaper headlines showed the media preference for the word “Dreamer”:
Trump Backs Plan to Stop Deportation of Dreamers — New York Times‘Dreamer’ deal gains cautious support on Hill — Washington Post‘Dreamer’ deal roils status quo — San Francisco ChronicleHope for resolution to ‘Dreamers’ dispute — Los Angeles TimesTrump confirms support for legislation against deporting of ‘Dreamers’ — Sacramento Bee
A Dreamer amnesty will send the message that American jobs and benefits are available to anyone on earth as long as they bring some kids. Basic psychology informs us that rewarding a behavior encourages more of it.
Here’s the Times
article that encourages Americans to be nice to illegal alien job thieves, because deporting people is mean
Dealing with Democrats? Protecting ‘Dreamers’? Here in Arizona that’s just fine with these Trump supporters, Los Angeles Times, September 15, 2017Mesa, Arizona — Donald Trump’s tough talk on illegal immigration was a big part of the reason Dave Hagstrom and many others in this booming Phoenix suburb supported him for president. “Walls make good neighbors,” Hagstrom said.So when the president moved this week to cut a deal — with Democrats no less — to block the expulsion of 800,000 immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, was Hagstrom disappointed?Not at all.“If you were to deport them, where would they go?” Hagstrom, 60, a car-warranty manager, asked on his way to a Bible-study dinner at an upscale shopping mall. “To send them across the border would be inhumane almost. There’s no life for them there.”Trump’s fiery rhetoric and promise to seal the U.S. border with Mexico attracted millions of supporters in last year’s election, many of them older white conservatives like the ones who repeatedly elected immigration hard-liner Joe Arpaio as sheriff here in Maricopa County.But as Trump shifted this week to a softer approach on the young immigrants in legal limbo through no fault of their own, many of his most die-hard supporters moved right along with him — among them Arpaio, who was ousted in November by voters tired of his inflammatory approach.(Continues)