Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Trump Ends DACA!

Trump wants to end the DACA program.
The inept leader Donald J. Trump continues his push to "Make America Great Again" by doing the complete opposite. This leader and Republicans are at odds once again over issues that matter to all.

Republicans, business leaders and some local lawmakers are nervous about the impact.

Today, he will address the elephant in the room. He will call for an end to the Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals, commonly known as DACA.

This happened to be leaked to the junk food media on Friday. This brought millions out to oppose his decision.

Cities like Houston, Los Angeles and soon Miami face disaster. The children of those lost to the hurricane and wildfires could be now forced to return back to the country of origin. The country they never knew or been to.

Trump will end legal aid for the children of immigrants who arrived here at an early age. He will put 15 million people at risk of losing their homes, their jobs and their country.

The junk food media labeled children who came to the States before 16 as "Dreamers".

DACA allows individuals who entered the U.S. prior to their 16th birthday to register to remain in the country, provided they pay a fee and meet certain requirements related to their education and criminal record. Those accepted under the policy may stay for renewable periods and are eligible for work permits.

Trump wants to cease a stopgap measure imposed by Barack Obama's executive order to spark Congress to pass a Comprehensive Immigration Reform law.
Trump doesn't care. He wants to please his extremist base.
Congress kept stalling and left the burden in limbo. Trump decided to put an end to it by forcing burdens on the States who are effected by DACA.

The leader wants to put the burden on an already unproductive Congress.

Congress returns today with a list of demands they'll never achieve.

The calls to repeal the Affordable Care Act, funding the building of a border wall, passing a tax cut/reform bill and passing a budget are on the table.

Republicans are already squabbling over passage of raising the debt limit.

The Republicans will likely fight over funding the victims of Hurricane Harvey, the California/Oregon wildfires, the looming threat of Hurricane Irma that awaits Florida, Alabama, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands.

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