Thursday, December 19

Pelosi: We shouldn't deport *anyone* who's in the U.S. illegally.

You may remember that about two years ago a broad amnesty bill called the Dream Act failed to get enough votes in congress to pass.  Hell, if my goofy memory serves it was so unpopular that they didn't even put it to a vote.  Whereupon King Barack simply decreed that government employees were to stop deporting illegals who were brought to the U.S. as children.

In practice this meant that illegals up to age 31 could stay indefinitely.  Oh, they also got permission to work in the U.S.--again, for all practical purposes indefinitely.

Now Nancy Pelosi has gone even more extreme than the king's declaration.

If you're under 30 or so we should probably remind you that Democrat Nancy Pelosi was formerly Speaker of the House, a post generally regarded as the second-highest-ranking member of the Democratic party after the president.  Keep this in mind when evaluating the following comment she made in a recent interview with Telemundo (a Spanish-language television network):
Our view of the law is that it if somebody is here without sufficient documentation, that is not reason for deportation.
San-Fran Nan has apparently been taking notes from Barry's playbook:  If a law vexes you, simply declare that "our view" is...whatever you wish it to be.  Clever government employees will take the hint.

So between Barry and Nancy, the unwritten (but no less effective) immigration policy of the Democratic party --as described by the former Speaker of the House-- is that anyone who can get across the mostly-unguarded border can stay in the U.S. indefinitely.

This type of announcement by Pelosi is called "signalling," and it's meant for up-and-coming federal judges who aspire to a higher court.  As long as the Democrats run the senate, a record of decisions agreeing with this position guarantees favorable consideration, while the opposite record would ruin any chance of nomination to a higher court as long as Democrats have a majority.

This, folks, is lawlessness, pure and simple.  It should be a hanging offense.  Literally.

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