Saturday, July 5

Obama exec order causes new flood of illegals. Solution? Go on ABC and lie like a rug!

A couple of years ago the Emperor issued an "executive order," unilaterally--and unconstitutionally--ordering federal employees to cease deporting illegal aliens who hadn't been convicted of a "serious" crime. 

You need to be clear on this because it's important:  The Constitution does *not* give the president--even a half-black one--the power to make or re-write laws.  But the Emperor did it anyway, because with his party having majority control of the senate he couldn't be removed from office, no matter what he might do.

After Obama issued this illegal order it's virtually certain that illegals already safely in U.S. far from the border, and "immigration activists," immediately started calling family and like-minded "activists" in Mexico and Central America to tell them the amazing news.  And with that the newest flood started building.

But as more Americans have started to grasp the scope of the new flood of illegals pouring over our southern border--again, a flood caused directly by the Emperor's own unilateral and unconstitutional order--opposition by ordinary citizens has been increasing.

To placate this opposition the Emperor went on a friendly network morning show (Good Morning America) to do some creative damage control.  Here's what he said:
Our message is absolutely don’t send your children unaccompanied on trains or through a bunch of smugglers.... Do not send your children to the borders. If they do make it, they’ll get sent back. 
Democrats and low-information Republicans watched or read this and believed it.  "See, Obama is telling 'em to stop sneaking in!"  But wait--didn't Obama himself issue his don't-deport-'em executive order two years ago?  Why yes, yes he did.

Well did he issue a second executive order rescinding his earlier order not to deport?  Of course not.  Thus regardless of soothing words on a shill network, the don't-deport-'em order is still the official policy of this administration.

If you're with ICE or the border patrol, which statement do you think is the real policy?  Would you be willing to bet your career on the verbal statement, or would you play safe and believe the original don't-deport executive order is controlling?

If Obama were serious about sending the illegals back he would have officially rescinded his earlier executive order.  The fact that he didn't--and won't--tells you everything you need to know.

He didn't cancel the executive order because his "They'll get sent back" statement is bullshit--just propaganda designed to shore up his approval rating and lull voters into thinking all is well, which will boost Democrat party chances in the November congressional election.

And it's working:  Drudge posted an article with this headline:
REVERSES POLICY: Don’t Send Your Children Unaccompanied.
But of course Obama hasn't reversed any policy.  He's merely given a clever interview with a friendly reporter (as you'll see below).

Obama would never have sat for an interview on this topic with a network critical of his policies, because after his "Serious y'all, if you send your kids here they'll get sent back" the immediate, obvious question is:  "And when will that happen?"  But watch how quickly Obama fanboi George Stephanopoulous scurries to a different topic to avoid asking that obvious question:
Stephanopoulos:  You mentioned immigration. There’s a humanitarian crisis on the border. Some of your critics have said you need to speak out more directly to the people of Central America and say, “Don’t come. If you come, you will be deported.”

Obama:  We actually — we’ve done that. The problem is that, under current law, once the kids come across the border, there’s a system in which we’re supposed to process them, take care of them, until we can send them back.  [Of course Obama could send them back instantly if he wanted to--perfectly in accord with "current law."]

Stephanopoulos:  Is your message “don’t come?”

Obama:  Oh, our message absolutely is don’t send your children unaccompanied on trains or through a bunch of smugglers.  That is our direct message to families in Central America: Do not send your children to the borders. If they do make it, they’ll get sent back. More importantly, they may not make it.

Stephanopoulos:  Let’s talk about Iraq.
Wow, nothing subtle about that instantaneous jump to a new topic, eh?  That kind of obvious collusion happens constantly--but you only catch it if you're really paying close attention.

Fellow Americans, you're being robbed blind.  With the crucial help of congressional Democrats and an adoring media, Obama is stealing your country from you as surely as if he'd put a gun to your head and demanded your wallet and watch.

Being good-hearted and charitable like most Americans, most of you feel great sympathy for the illegal immigrants and want to help them.  Problem is, how do you decide which immigrants qualify as refugees and which just want to come to the land of plenty?  Where do you draw the line?  If you let this group in, how can you not let everyone in who simply wants to come?  Because that's exactly what Obama and the Democrats want.

Because most poor immigrants want to be given as many freebies as possible--which makes them natural Democrat voters.

A decade from now, with the benefit of hindsight, you'll all see how astonishingly obvious this sabotage was.  Just as the populations of Sweden, Norway, France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands have seen their governments totally transformed into granting every demand by Muslim immigrants for free housing and welfare.  They never thought it could happen--let alone so astonishingly fast.  And now the original citizens they can't get their governments to protect them.

We still have time to reverse course here.  But it will take a super-majority of voters rejecting Obama and the Democrats at the polls.

Supermajority to offset Democrat vote fraud--which the media repeatedly assure us doesn't happen.

Update: Carefully buried in the 7th 'graf of this article--printed by the NYTimes on July 4th, when most Americans attention isn't on the newspaper--is a mention that the real number of illegals dispersed throughout the U.S. in this latest wave isn't "just" the 50,000 or so unaccompanied minors, but 292,000 including adults.

Wait...what??   Most Americans thought the crisis was just the 50,000 unaccompanied minors, but now we find--in the 7th 'graf of a story headlined "The town where immigrants hit a human wall" that the real figure is almost six times higher?  Whoa, ya think the major networks may have deliberately misinformed us about this?


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