Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Open Borders Lobby Begs for Amnesty After DACA Ruled Unconstitutional; Anti-DACA Court Ruling Sets Democrats and RINOs Scrambling to Protect ‘Dreamers’

Open Borders Lobby Begs for Amnesty After DACA Ruled Unconstitutional:
Open borders activists are decrying Judge Andrew Hanen’s ruling that declared former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program unconstitutional, stating that amnesty for illegal aliens is now more important than ever.
On Friday, Hanen ruled that the Obama administration had illegally implemented the DACA program to shield hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens from deportation. The program, Hanen ordered, must be effectively shut down to new, illegal alien applicants.
In response, the nation’s leading open borders organizations are blasting the ruling and demanding that Congress pass an amnesty to keep millions of illegal aliens enrolled and eligible for DACA in the United States.
“This ruling is wrong and is subject to appeal. But Dreamers’ futures shouldn’t be in the hands of the courts,” the American Civil Liberties Union’s Omar Jadwat said in a statement: --->READ MORE HERE
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Anti-DACA court ruling sets Democrats scrambling to protect ‘Dreamers’:
A federal judge’s decision against the DACA program injected new urgency into Congress‘ desire to give “Dreamers” a permanent legal solution. Still, the court ruling did nothing to overcome the deep divisions that have blocked every attempt over the past decade.
Judge Andrew S. Hanen‘s Friday afternoon bombshell opinion said the program, invented by the Obama administration in 2012, cut too many corners and cannot legally stand.
Judge Hanen halted approvals of applications, though he said the more than 615,000 active DACA recipients would retain their protections.
That puts the program back on the same footing it had during most of the Trump administration, and it tosses a political hand grenade into the laps of lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Immigrant rights activists have declared a DACA replacement to be a must-pass priority for Democrats, who now control Washington.
“Dreamers are the fabric of this nation, and they deserve better,” said Lydia Guzman, with the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). “The ball is in the Senate’s court to pass a Dream Act that will protect Dreamers. Their home is here.”
President Biden chimed in with a call to action. “Only Congress can ensure a permanent solution by granting a path to citizenship for Dreamers that will provide the certainty and stability that these young people need and deserve,” he said. --->READ MORE HERE

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