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Hillary Has No Immigration Policy

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Friday, 08 May 2015 03:02 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Hillary Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State, former U.S. senator from New York, and former first lady of the United States, began her campaign for election as president of United States at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, Nev., on May 5, 2015.

The first Democrat to declare candidacy for the presidency, she spoke from a prepared script, to a selected audience, and took no questions. Her every move was choreographed to shield her from having to answer any questions.

She spoke briefly with young illegal aliens, some of whom were students at Rancho. In the small audience of the 33 Clinton shills attending among them well-known pro-immigration activists Astrid Silva and Blanca Gamez.

She delivered strong statements in support of comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) declaring, “We can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship” for undocumented foreign nationals residing illegally in the United States.

Her “full and equal citizenship” demand, while meant to be catchy and especially so to Hispanics, is froth with danger for her candidacy.

What is her policy for those law-abiding foreign nationals who are waiting in line to apply obtain legal citizenship? What exactly does she mean by “full and equal citizenship”?

Is she willing to offer unconditional citizenship to illegal aliens at the risk of national security and public health? Candidate Hillary cannot leave “full and equal citizenship” hanging with no defined parameters, explicit definitions, or a detailed plan for implementation.

Hillary declared it “beyond absurd” that some 11 million undocumented aliens would be deported. Her answer is to grant U.S. citizenship to illegal aliens, handing them the benefits of U.S. citizenship without the obligations of citizenship. Such an ill-advised policy sends a message to the world that U.S. borders are wide open, and that U.S. citizenship is open to any and all comers.

Hillary derided “legalization” prior to the granting of U.S. citizenship. She declared that any talk of “legal status” was code by Republicans to limit illegal aliens to second-class not full citizenship. If anyone should know about coded political talk, it is the Clintons.

Las Vegas, which has a large illegal alien population, was chosen for Hillary’s orchestrated appearance on Cinco de Mayo for obvious reasons.

A 2014 Pew Research report found that Nevada, in 1912 — a two year lag — had the largest undocumented alien population of any state in the Union.

The newsmedia and Democrat politicians are finally acknowledging that the number of illegal aliens in the United States is “about 12 million.” For more than seven years, the newsmedia and Democrats have insisted on estimating that number at 11 million.

The Border Patrol estimates that 479,377 illegal aliens were apprehended in fiscal year 2014, of which approximately 67,339 were “unaccompanied minors.” Many of the alleged minors were in their mid-20s and/or criminal gang members, such as MS-13 and the Latin Kings. In a 2012 estimate, the FBI reported 1.4 million “illegal alien gang members” in the United States. Of that number, about 70,000 were residing in Chicago, Illinois with impunity, the murder capital of the United States.

The Border Patrol admits that an estimated 3 out of every 4 illegal border-crossers evade apprehension, and many Border Patrol agents will say (anonymously) that “bad bookkeeping” is practiced to conform to political dictates from Washington, D.C.

Meanwhile Barack Obama (not Congress) has enacted the DREAM Act executive order (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act) that provides free college tuition and U.S. citizenship to illegal alien minors.

Also the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive order permits persons under 31 years of age as of June 15, 2012, to apply for legalization benefits. DACA applications supposedly were placed on hold in February 2015 due to a federal court order.

There are reports, however, that the Obama administration continues to process DACA applications, saying that the matter is on appeal.

As a candidate for the presidency, does Hillary realize the impact of her plan on U.S. taxpayers if enacted?

James H. Walsh was associate general counsel with the U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service from 1983 to 1994. Read more reports from James Walsh — Click Here Now.
 
 


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Her “full and equal citizenship” demand, while meant to be catchy and especially so to Hispanics, is froth with danger for her candidacy.
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