Open Borders Immigration Lawyer Cyrus Mehta Wants To End Democracy
06/19/2024
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The Treason Bar mask has slipped. These insurrectionists against democracy want a dictatorship and their justification is merely policy choices, open borders policy choices.

Here’s immigration lawyer Cyrus Mehta:

Unmentioned by Mehta, right, is that the courts have ruled multiple times that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of American Citizens (DAPA) were both illegal and unconstitutional. One would think an attorney would understand what illegal and unconstitutional are.

Another Treason Bar advocate for illegal amnesties does let it slip that only Congress can grant amnesty to illegal aliens. But that’s not stopping him from supporting the attack on Congress’ authority and democracy. 

The support for dictatorship is because amnesties always fail in Congress, because the American people oppose rewarding illegal aliens. That just sticks in the craw of the Treason Bar and the Open Borders advocates.

The Treason Bar also thinks deporting illegal aliens is some type of war on Americans, who have a right to have illegals in their proximity. So the Treason Bar is basically claiming that anyone who opposes them is waging war, which they will use to justify violence against those who oppose illegal immigration.

Furthermore, Congress spoke quite specifically on the issue of illegal entrants adjusting status in the United States. Congress said no, prohibiting illegal aliens from adjusting status in the United States without first leaving the United States and being subject to a three-year, 10-year, or lifetime bar for their criminal behavior.

However, the Treason Bar, and Cyrus Mehta, think the Constitution and democracy are outdated, especially when it comes to his income from illegal aliens.

We get an admission to this in his seminal work claiming that Parole-In-Place (PIP) is legal. The problem is that Congress never created PIP, except for illegal aliens related to current or former members of the Armed Forces, and not until 2020. In fact, he brags that the Executive Branch created PIP out of whole cloth. Worse yet, the very title of his work on the issue rejects the authority of Congress to regulate immigration. Note the first illegal use of PIP was in 2007.

On November 15, 2013, the USCIS issued a Policy Memorandum formalizing the granting of parole to persons who are present in the United States without admission or parole and who are spouses, children and parents of US citizens serving in the US military or who previously served in the US military. While parole traditionally applies to those who seek to come to the United States, the expansion of this concept to those already here is known as “parole in place”.

Parole In Place: The Secret Sauce For Administrative Immigration Reform, by Gary Endelman and Cyrus Mehta, The Insightful Immigration Blog, November 18, 2013

There we have it: the Obama Regime institutionalized PIP, not Congress, which is an affront to the Constitution, as all authority over immigration is solely to Congress. There is no exception to this, especially no exception based on the failure of Congress to pass an amnesty. Congress not legislating means that Congress has rejected the Insurrectionist Bar’s attempt to persuade it to pass an amnesty. This is not a dictatorship where the President can create and pass legislation on his own. But the Treason Bar wants a dictatorship. And they will get it by hook or by crook.

And Mehta is wrong on parole in general. Parole is for a temporary purpose, with the alien returning to any previous status when the specific purpose is over [Inside The Lawless Biden Regime Administrative Amnesty, by Federale, Federale Blog, January 31, 2022].

(5)(A) The Attorney General may, except as provided in subparagraph (B) or in section 1184(f) of this title, in his discretion parole into the United States temporarily under such conditions as he may prescribe only on a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit any alien applying for admission to the United States, but such parole of such alien shall not be regarded as an admission of the alien and when the purposes of such parole shall, in the opinion of the Attorney General, have been served the alien shall forthwith return or be returned to the custody from which he was paroled and thereafter his case shall continue to be dealt with in the same manner as that of any other applicant for admission to the United States.

(B) The Attorney General may not parole into the United States an alien who is a refugee unless the Attorney General determines that compelling reasons in the public interest with respect to that particular alien require that the alien be paroled into the United States rather than be admitted as a refugee under section 1157 of this title.

8 USC 1182: Inadmissible Aliens, unattributed, U.S. House, undated

In fact, the authority is so restricted, Congress envisioned that parole would be mostly used to deal with aliens in custody and to be returned to custody. More importantly it is temporary and is not a path to a green card.

This immigrant attorney apparently did not learn much about the legislative process, separation of powers, and the Constitution while at law school or when he studied for the naturalization exam. He does not understand the basics that even today Congress makes laws, not the President.

It appears that the Insurrectionist Bar are acting out their dictatorial fantasies, to subvert the Constitution. Americans did not fight and die in countless wars to let the Treason Insurrectionist Bar and immigrants destroy the Constitution and the Republic for which it stands. 

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