Senate RINOs Propose Measure Giving Amnesty to Over Two Million Illegals

Sen. Thom Tillis, an alleged “Republican” from North Carolina, who already has an approval rating of just 29 percent, will not become any more popular as a result of the bill he and Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford have proposed which will give legal status to 2.5 million illegal aliens and would grant them full citizenship in just ten years.  In the meantime, any children they have will become anchor babies and will become citizens by birth.

This could possibly doom the Dreamers, because the House would never be able to swallow this bill, which includes zero money for a wall or increased border control.  And even if enough RINOs in the House defect to narrowly pass the bill there, President Trump would be certain to veto the bill over the objections of Ivanka and Jared.

The bill purportedly claims that these illegals will be thoroughly vetted, but that is an impossibility with illegals from the many country’s who don’t keep records on the radicals living in those countries.

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From Breitbart News:

The bill reflects Tillis’ hard-nosed push for greater use of foreign workers, in both the blue-collar H-2B program and the white-collar H-1B program. Many North Carolinacompanies, such including universities, are importing foreigners for white-collar jobs sought by young American graduates. In 2016, for example, companies in Charlotte, N.C., asked for almost 2,200 H-1B visas to import white-collar outsourcing workers.

Tillis has repeatedly said he wants to let companies hire more cheap-labor blue-collar and white-collar contract workers. He was quoted by an Indian newspaper saying that any foreigners who get an advanced degree in the United States should be allowed to become citizens and compete against Americans for jobs.

Before being elected in 2006, he worked as a manager at IBM and at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Both firms are heavily involved in the white-collar outsourcing business.

A July poll showed Tillis’ approval as low as 29 percent in his home state, according to McClatchy. Tillis is up for reelection in 2020. Lankford was elected in 2016, so he will not face the voters until 2022.

The Democrats are proposing rival legislation which would give citizenship to 3.3 million illegals and their sponsored relatives and would also grant them citizenship in much less than ten years.  Both the RINO and Democratic amnesty bills will help companies keep wages lower.  Amazing isn’t it, that the same people who insist on a high minimum wage work even harder to lower labor costs for big business and their big political donations.

 According to McClatchy:

Sen. Thom Tillis will introduce his “conservative Dream Act” on Monday that would provide a pathway to citizenship for as many as 2.5 million young undocumented immigrants, but one that is long and involves “extreme vetting.”

The North Carolina Republican and cosponsor James Lankford, an Oklahoma Republican, will pitch the plan as “merit-based” relief that must be earned — and, critically, not “amnesty,” according to Republican talking points obtained by McClatchy. But unlike other merit-based immigration proposals that limit new immigrants from entering the country based on their job skills, this proposal would limit who can remain in the country based on their years of American education, work experience or military service.


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