Sunday, January 20, 2019

Trump's Wall Speech Lifted from Comprehensive Immigration Reform and Chamber of Commerce

The immigration crisis has been created by BOTH SIDES of the artificial divide in Washington in order to clear the way for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, something Big Business and the Chamber of Commerce have wanted for nearly two decades.

Trump's speech last night and the proposed "compromise" is just the first step in their achieving their goal and it is important to understand the globalists behind it.

Trump's speech

The State of Business Address 2019

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006

Secure Fence Act of 2006

White House Secure Fence Act of 2006

Chamber of Commerce score card

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform plan of 2006 included:

Prohibits state and local law enforcement officers from helping the federal government enforce immigration violations, which they are presently allowed to do.(this is the sancutuary cities-type provision and "anti-cooperation with ICE" plan that the left are blamed for keeping up, but as you see, it came from the right)

Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act of 2006 or the DREAM Act of 2006

Sets forth provisions respecting: (1) additional Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of Justice immigration personnel; and (2) the Board of Immigration Appeals. (straight from Trump's new plan)

Border Infrastructure and Technology Modernization Act - Provides for: (1) a port of entry infrastructure assessment study; (2) a national land border security plan; and (3) a port of entry technology demonstration program. (the "wall")

Authorizes mandatory departure and immigrant or nonimmigrant reentry for a qualifying illegal alien who has been present and employed in the United States since January 7, 2004. Establishes a three-year mandatory departure status (three year deal mentioned in Trump's new plan)

Makes it unlawful to knowingly hire, recruit, or refer for a fee an unauthorized alien (regulating illegal (cheap) labor so ONLY CERTAIN businesses can benefit from it)

The Secure Fence Act of 2006 

"This bill will help protect the American people. This bill will make our borders more secure. It is an important step toward immigration reform."
- President George W. Bush, 10/26/06

"Today, President Bush Signed The Secure Fence Act - An Important Step Forward In Our Nation's Efforts To Control Our Borders And Reform Our Immigration System. Earlier this year, the President laid out a strategy for comprehensive immigration reform. The Secure Fence Act is one part of this reform, and the President will work with Congress to finish the job and pass the remaining elements of this strategy."

The Secure Fence Act:

  • Authorizes the construction of hundreds of miles of additional fencing along our Southern border
  • Authorizes more vehicle barriers, checkpoints, and lighting to help prevent people from entering our country illegally
  • Authorizes the Department of Homeland Security to increase the use of advanced technology like cameras, satellites, and unmanned aerial vehicles to reinforce our infrastructure at the border.  

This Act Is One Part Of Our Effort To Reform Our Immigration System, And We Have More Work To Do

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Enforce Our Immigration Laws Inside America

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Reduce The Pressure On Our Border By Creating A Lawful Path For Foreign Workers To Enter Our Country On A Temporary Basis

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Face The Reality That Millions Of Illegal Immigrants Are Here Already "The President opposes amnesty but believes there is a rational middle ground between granting an automatic path to citizenship for every illegal immigrant and a program of mass deportation. Illegal immigrants who have roots in our country and want to stay should have to pay a meaningful penalty for breaking the law, pay their taxes, learn English, work in a job for a number of years, and wait in line behind those who played by the rules and followed the law"


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