Barack Obama is using agencies and tax dollars to register as many immigrants to vote as possible by November. New immigrants tend to vote Democrat.
An internal email obtained by Fox News shows that immigration officials urged workers to put in overtime hours to swear in new citizens before the election on November 8. Typically, citizens coming from countries like Mexico tend to lean Democratic. If they vote, that could help boost the Democrats in the 2016 election.
The email was sent by the chief at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Houston Field Office. It was obtained by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis) and sent to the news outlet. The meal can be seen in part in the screenshot above.
This isn’t too obvious.
This administration isn’t committed to keeping us safe, they’re committed to a permanent Democrat majority.
This government is definitely not into keeping us safe. The illegal immigration on our southern border is surging.
The number immigrants arriving from Central America in 2016 is on pace to exceed the total in 2014, when Border Patrol stations were overwhelmed along the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. They are coming primarily from narco-nations, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
“Clearly, at this point, the deterrence strategy has failed,” said Kevin Appleby, director of international migration policy at the Center for Migration Studies, a left-wing think tank. “There needs to be a paradigm shift here, with more of a focus on protection and less on the enforcement side. They need to treat this as a real refugee crisis. They’ve been in self-denial for a year or two on this issue.”
Treating illegal immigrants as refugees is the worst thing we could do. It would embed the open borders policy and it’s unsustainable financially. It’s also dangerous.
“We are committed to protecting Central Americans at risk and expanding resettlement opportunities in the region,” White House spokesman Peter Boogaard said in a statement. “The steps taken over the past year are another example of the creative solutions being taken across the federal government to make progress on this issue, consistent with existing statutory law, which limits who is admissible and eligible for humanitarian relief. While these efforts will not solve this challenge alone, they are a further example of the United States’ continued commitment.”
But the White House isn’t committed to protecting Americans or following immigration law.