President Obama met with far-left groups in the White House Wednesday and told them that despite the Texas court ruling, he will continue to make progress on amnesty.
In his press release, he said:
“The President also highlighted that despite the Texas district court’s ruling, the Administration will continue to make progress on many components of the executive actions and is confident we will ultimately be able to implement the deferred action policies.”
The groups represented were the Soros Center for American Progress, Center for Community Change which is a continuation of ACORN.
Also in attendance was the radical controlled Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA). It is one of several AFL-CIO subsidiary organizations formed by Democratic Socialists of America supporters in the labor movement, APALA’s founding president and long time leader was Kent Wong, a leading member of the Communist Workers Party at one time.
Participants are leftists and open borders activists:
- Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community Change
- Gregory Cendana, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
- Marielena Hincapie, National Immigration Law Center (Soros funded group)
- Maria Teresa Kumar, Voto Latino (community partner with APALA)
- Eliseo Medina, Fast for Families (group visited by the Obamas when they staged fasts)
- Benjamin Monterroso, Mi Familia Vota (social justice organization established by SEIU)
- Janet Murguía, NCLR (Largest Hispanic group in US sees US as racist)
- Ali Noorani, National Immigration Forum (Soros funded open borders group)
- Erin Oshiro, Immigration and Immigrant Rights Program for Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC)
- Lorella Praeli, United We Dream (supporters of the DREAM Act and Queer Undocumented immigration)
- Arturo Rodriguez, United Farm Workers of America
- Simon Rosenberg, New Democrat Network (Progressive think tank)
- Rocio Sáenz, SEIU (SEIU has extensive ties to ACORN)
- Todd Schulte, FWD.us (provides cover for conservative and moderate senators who want to cast votes for immigration reform)
- Hector Sanchez, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (Communist party aligned union) and the Chair of National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (open borders activists)
- Frank Sharry, America’s Voice (open borders group funded by Soros)
- Neera Tanden, Center for American Progress (Soros funded)
Word is out via Luis Gutiérrez that Obama is looking to stop deportations in the states that were not part of the recent lawsuit.