Judicial Watch found in 2013 that President Obama was abandoning the normal DHS illegal alien background checks to give amnesty to DACA, aka Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
In a series of agency memos beginning in September 14, 2012, field offices were told to expect the National Benefits Center (which collects all DACA applications) to conduct only “lean & lite” background checks on illegal alien applicants.
Barack Obama violated the law when it suited him.
The open borders president who, as a man who identified with his years in Indonesia more than those in the U.S., said once, “We are defined not by our borders, but by our bonds.”
We don’t have a country if we don’t have borders.
The former president, with the full support and encouragement of congressional Democrats, promoted quick approvals of DACA and did nothing about our open borders. Many applicants were not legitimate DACAs. ICE agents reported that detainees only had to say they were DACA and they were home free. The agents couldn’t even interview them.
Virtually no one was being deported. When illegal alien children came across the border unaccompanied, Obama’s officials placed one in eight with criminals and perverts.
We knew in February 2016, from a report by The Washington Examiner, MS-13 and other violent transnational gangs were using the open borders to recruit young people and colonize new territory.
In November, 2014, Barack Obama equated oppression of foreigners to not opening our borders to everyone. He paraphrased Scripture, “Scripture tells us that we shall not oppress a stranger, for we know the heart of a stranger – we were strangers once, too.” What he was really saying is that our borders are open and it’s everyones’ right to come here. Eric Holder added to it and said amnesty is a “civil right”.
ICE agents were called “resident advisers” to diminish their role as law enforcement. Even General Kelly warned of the danger.
Marine Corp General Kelly, then-commander of SOUTHCOM and currently the President’s chief of staff, said at the time that the open borders presented an “existential threat”.
Certainly unvetted DACA present a threat.