It appears that America has been hoodwinked and is being betrayed by President Trump on the border and DACA squatter amnesty. He’s vowed to sign anything RINOs and Dems
It seems as if we’ve all been lied to and it’s not a pleasant thing to recognize, even more difficult to admit and envision what that means for the future. President Trump is selling us out on amnesty for illegals. He was flanked by globalist Democrat leadership, number twos Durbin and Hoyer, in the process, sending a clear message of who he now is, what he’s doing, and where his base now stands.
Many patriots have tried to support him and will continue to do so, having given him the benefit of the doubt as being in the process of setting up his masterful and unexpected negotiating positions. Just as some have tried to give AG Sessions the same considerations that he’s been working behind the scenes on prosecuting Comey, Clinton and the other Obama crooks. By the time the reality hits and denial of the obvious is impossible, it may be too late.
It’s time to recognize that it is we, the American citizens, who have been and are at this moment being set up. President Trump may well be playing us for fools, escorting us to the slaughter house with promises that he has no intention of keeping. He’s not tough on illegal immigration. He now wants to “do DACA first” as part of a segmented plan, surrendering to Democrat demands. DACA first is putting illegal aliens first. He may be able to include a wall in some form, but it will not be the wall promised during the campaign.
It’s important to remember that the word “bipartisan” means “grab your ankles, this one’s for the swamp creatures.” Compromise means “Republican surrender.” As reported by the Associated Press, President Trump is seeking a “bipartisan compromise” to avoid the boogeyman of a Democrat government shutdown.
On Tuesday he suggested breaking his betrayal down two or three phases. Now embracing the terminology of the globalist Jeb Bush, Trump said, “This should be a bill of love, truly. It should be a bill of love, and we can do that.” He harangued Bush mercilessly during the election for just those comments.
He’ll follow that up with “comprehensive” changes, crafted along the Hussein Obama, Jeff Flake, Mario Rubio, Lindsey Graham, Dick Durbin line of open borders by design and decree. The threat of a government shutdown is once again being used to force upon the people something they don’t want.
Nobody who voted for President Trump did so in pursuit of DACA or “comprehensive immigration reform, the opposite is the case. At the swamp deli they serve a tripe and baloney sandwich, calling it the shutdown special. It’s available every year about this time and was being served in today in the Cabinet Room.
Trump is attempting to publicly lay part of the blame for his reversal on Congress. He stated, “I think my positions are going to be what the people in this room come up with,” during the Cabinet Room meeting with the “bipartisan” group of 20 legislators. At the 20:18 mark of the video President Trump vows to sign whatever is brought to his desk. Our “America first” President is declaring himself to be a rubber stamp of the gang of eight and globalist Democrats.
He said, “I am very much reliant upon the people in this room.” In other words, don’t blame me, I’m working with Democrats and RINOs in Congress, again undermining his own bargaining position and negotiating tools. It’s a replay of his first meeting with “Chuck and Nancy,” with debt funding and Hurricane Harvey relief gifted immediately.
This is not how he would conduct business in his company nor is it the art of the deal in motion. It’s the art of deception by someone who isn’t and perhaps never was serious about protecting the jobs and sovereignty of the United States or controlling the opioid epidemic. That would require putting America, not illegals and open borders politicians first and building the wall.
If he is able to include a wall of sorts in the finished agreement, which he will likely do in order to prevent a revolt by his base, it will likely be a ten year funding arrangement, ten years to do or to fail to do something in piecemeal fashion that he says can be done in one and which can be defunded at anytime in the future. He’s pushing a gang of eight style “comprehensive immigration” reform” for the second phase of his scheme. This is not the “strong on immigration” facade we were presented with during the election.
Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows sent out a tweet immediately following the White House illegal squatter love fest, saying, “Generally I’m opposed to a two-step process because history would indicate the second step never happens.”
Meadows was asked if he and the real patriots in Congress could prevent this sellout by Trump. He replied, “It will be up to the American people to stop it. Their voice has consistently been the power by the Freedom Caucus’ ability to influence public policy.” Consider this an effort to do just that Mr. Trump.
Our “patriotic, America First President” told the assembled pro-amnesty lawmakers, “I’ll take all the heat you want. But you are not that far away from comprehensive immigration reform.” He’s rather dismissive of the American people, intending to endure the heat of what he knows is a betrayal. He may once again be underestimating our resolve, engagement and our anger. We patriots are the real “Fire and Fury” he needs to be concerned with, not some stupid gossip novel.
As if to illustrate the level to which President Trump is now working against his own agenda and his campaign promises were little more than strategic manipulation to gain the office, Democratic House Whip Steny Hoyer said, “It was clear in the meeting that wall did not mean some structure.” Somebody bring a dictionary to the next pony show – a wall is a wall, period.
Ryan’s lieutenant, Rep Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), said the immediate talks need to focus on four areas: DACA, border security (not defined as a wall), chain migration and the visa lottery. It was only last week that the wall led that list of items and was declared non-negotiable. Trump still made those claims in the meeting, but they were qualified and at best he’s sending mixed messages.
As if we needed further evidence that we’ve been sold out, gang of eight globalist Jeff Flake praised the new Trump, saying, “The president exhibited, I thought, quite a bit of flexibility when the cameras weren’t there in terms of what we do in this phase and the next phase — and an acknowledgment that a lot of things we want to do are going to be part of a comprehensive bill but not now.”
We remember how Obama touted his own flexibility to Dmitri Medvedev, also when the microphones were off, or so he thought. Another instance in which flexibility meant deftness and ability to do one thing and say another to the American people.
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