Paul Ryan and some of his hypocrite Rino’s don’t seem to understand what the American people want (they understand; but, Ryan is trying to stick it to us one last time for Hillary’s sake before he retires):
A BORDER WALL – WHY AREN’T THEY FUNDING IT?
AMERICANS WANT TO CUT IMMIGRATION IN ORDER TO PUT AMERICANS ON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH IMMIGRATION. WHY IS IT PAUL RYAN AND CONGRESS ARE IGNORING THEM?
Ryan is following the One World Order crowd to change the values of our country by bringing in immigrants to out vote us.
Our ads say: Americans want to cut immigration. Why is Congress ignoring them?
Send a message to your U.S. Representative to demand that any immigration bill coming to the floor for a vote has to cut overall immigration numbers — by a lot.
This is a big day in the U.S. House of Representatives that may decide a lot about what happens with the Discharge Petition and other efforts to cram through an amnesty without making the reductions in immigration numbers that most Americans want.
We are running full-age ads in national, D.C. and New York newspapers that are read by policy makers.
Americans who want immigration numbers reduced are in the majority, and they are being largely ignored by immigration policy negotiators in the U.S. House.
That’s the chief point of NumbersUSA’s widespread advertising campaign that began around Christmas and has accelerated in June.
Most voters in the majority don’t realize they are. We want them to have the confidence of knowing that their fellow Americans agree with them by overwhelming margins on the question of reducing immigration.
And we want elected officials to pay attention to the fact that likely voters in this fall’s midterm elections support deep cuts in the numbers by higher than a 3-to-1 margin.
The section of the ad shows results from an April 4 national survey of 1,000 likely midterm voters taken by The Polling Company.
The question about cutting or not cutting annual immigration numbers was the first one in the survey. There were no earlier questions to prime or push the respondent. The question was straightforward:
Current federal policy adds about one million new immigrants with lifetime work permits into the U.S. each year. Knowing this, which is closest to the number of new immigrants the government should be adding each year?”
The results should sober any politician who resists finally cutting immigration numbers back at least to where they were in the 1980s.
But I suppose we can’t expect politicians to consider the majority opinion of voters if we voters allow the “cheap-labor” lobbyists to speak louder — especially with their big campaign contributions.
Please make your voice heard by your Representative today. Click here.
So, why are some in Congress considering changing immigration policy without reducing the numbers?
If immigration numbers aren’t cut, voters might make some cuts of their own in November.”
Here is a view of the full-page ad that we’ve been running in the New York Post, Politico, National Review, The Hill, Roll Call, Examiner and others.
Breitbart: GOP Immigration Deal: Potentially ‘Biggest’ Amnesty in U.S. History
13 Jun 2018
A leaked draft of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) amnesty deal could lead to the “biggest” amnesty for illegal aliens in United States history, experts tell Breitbart News.
Ryan’s immigration deal would go beyond giving amnesty to only the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens who are enrolled in the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
According to a leaked draft of the amnesty deal, obtained by Breitbart News, Ryan’s plan would allow the entire “DACA population” to be eligible for amnesty so long as they meet low educational, work and criminal requirements, prompting the amnesty to explode in size.
A draft of the leaked GOP amnesty deal
That DACA population could include the nearly 3.5 million DACA-enrolled and DACA-eligible illegal aliens, and even more illegal aliens who arrive in the U.S. to fraudulently obtain the amnesty.
NumbersUSA Governmental Affairs Director Rosemary Jenks told Breitbart News that Ryan’s amnesty will — at the least — allow 1.8 million illegal aliens to stay in the U.S.
“This has the potential to turn into the biggest amnesty we’ve ever had,” Jenks said.
The leaked amnesty deal reveals that Ryan and the Republican establishment may even be considering going beyond giving amnesty to DACA illegal aliens.
A second amnesty is included in the leaked draft, one that would allow the children of temporary foreign guest workers and “anyone who has a ‘contingent nonimmigrant status’” to apply for the amnesty.
A draft of the leaked GOP amnesty deal
This amnesty for the children of temporary foreign workers does not have a numerical cap, allowing for an endless amount of foreign nationals to obtain amnesty through this avenue known as “Pathway Concept B.”
“The winners are the DREAMers cause they get their amnesty, Democrats because they don’t have to concede much to get the amnesty and donor-class Republicans who are interested in perpetuating the current system,” Center for Immigration Studies Director of Policy Jessica Vaughan told Breitbart News of Ryan’s leaked amnesty deal.
Unknown are the numbers of illegal aliens who will surge the United States-Mexico border at the enactment of such an amnesty plan.
Previously, Kansas Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach told Breitbart News that a DACA amnesty — even one smaller than this amnesty plan — would potentially cause a surge of one million illegal immigrants rushing the southern border.
Kobach told Breitbart News that Ryan’s leaked amnesty plan is a “nightmare” for Americans.
“The draft amnesty for the DREAMers is a nightmare for the American people. It is not limited to the 700,000 known DACA recipients,” Kobach said. “Instead, it appears to encompass an unlimited number of people, many of whom will claim fraudulently that they meet the minimal requirements to receive the amnesty.”
As Breitbart News reported, the Republican establishment and White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short are attempting to stampede President Trump into the amnesty deal by pushing it through the House and Senate quickly, much like the trillion dollar omnibus spending bill – which did not fund the president’s border wall.