In recent years, Democratic politicians have done their best to pander to minority groups such as African-Americans, Hispanics, gays, and now transgender people. It seems that their strategy is to ignore the silent majority of America, and instead bank on overwhelming support from these “marginalized” groups of voters. The big problem for the Democrats? There just are not enough of these groups to win them general elections.
Democrats have tried a number of ways to remedy this, but their favorite one is to try to bring in new eligible voters. Why just pander to Hispanics who are U.S. citizens when you can “create” new Americans?
President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and most of the other Democrats and socialists in the U.S. have made their desire to open our southern border no secret. They hope to grant citizenship to all of the illegal immigrants currently residing within our borders, and then bring even more new Democratic voters in waves of new immigrants.
It appears that if Hillary Clinton becomes our country’s 45th president, the Democrats will finally achieve their goal of open borders — within her first 100 days in office.
Hillary Clinton’s plan to dissolve the U.S. border as president is quite detailed and extensive. The plan consists of at least eight major steps or policies, and it all begins with extending and expanding upon President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty.
(1) Expanding Unconstitutional Executive Amnesty
Perhaps one of the most radical aspects Clinton’s open borders platform is that she is openly campaigning on defending and even expanding President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesties.
“You can count on me to defend President Obama’s executive actions on DACA and DAPA when I am president,” Clinton said, referring to Obama’s 2012 (DACA) and 2014 (DAPA) executive amnesties, which gave work permits and access to federal benefits to millions of illegal immigrants.
(2) Amnesty Within 100 Days
Clinton has pledged to enact amnesty within her first 100 days in office. As NBC recentlyreported: “If elected, the former secretary of state has promised to build on President Obama’s executive actions and introduce comprehensive immigration reform during her first 100 days in office.”
Clinton’s website has explained that by “comprehensive immigration reform,” Clinton means full citizenship for illegal immigrants, which would give them welfare access, voting privileges, and the ability to bring over their family members through chain migration.
“As president, Hillary will fight for comprehensive immigration reform that provides a full and equal path to citizenship,” Clinton’s website states.
(3) Freezing deportations
Clinton has said that, as President, that she will essentially freeze deportations.
“I would not deport children. I do not want to deport family members either,” Clintondeclared in March. Clinton’s pledge not to enforce U.S. immigration law as President represents an essentially unprecedented departure from the nation’s history of enforcing immigration law.
The Center for Immigration Studies’ Mark Krikorian described Clinton’s pledge as “a breathtaking step toward open borders.”
As the Washington Postreported: “Clinton’s pledge not to deport any illegal immigrants except violent criminals and terrorists represents a major break from President Obama, and it could vastly increase the number of people who would be allowed to stay in the country.”
(4) There’s no need to secure the border because it’s already “the most secure border we’ve ever had”
Even as tens of thousands of migrants continue to pour across our southern border, Clinton has declared that the border is “the most secure border we’ve ever had”– suggesting that she does not feel it is necessary to take additional actions to secure it. Clinton argues that since the border is already secure, it is time to give amnesty to the millions of migrants who have entered illegally.
(5) Closing Detention Centers
On her website, Clinton pledges to “end family detention and close private immigrant detention centers”.
“Hillary believes we should end family detention for parents and children who arrive at our border in desperate situations. We have alternatives to detention for those who pose no flight or public safety risk, such as supervised release,” Clinton’s website explains.
(6) Obamacare for illegal aliens
Clinton has repeatedly said that she supports giving Obamacare to illegal immigrants. Clinton’s website says that Clinton wants to “Expand access to affordable health care to all families… She believes we should let families—regardless of immigration status—buy into the Affordable Care Act exchanges.”
(7) Full path to citizenship
Clinton has pledged to use federal resources to ensure that millions of more foreign migrants are able to vote in U.S. elections:
There are millions of people in America who could be naturalized, but for one reason or another, they’re not. So let’s help more of our neighbors claim their rights. It’s so powerful, so precious, to be a citizen of the United States!
(8) Expanded refugee resettlement
Hillary Clinton has called for a massive expansion in Middle East migration.
As Donald Trump has observed, “Crooked Hillary wants a radical 500% increase in Syrian refugees.”
Indeed, last year Clinton called for admitting 65,000 Syrian refugees—on top of the roughly 30,000 refugees and asylees the U.S. already admits from the Middle East each year. Adding in refugees from across the Muslim world, this means that under Clinton’s plan, the U.S. would admit at least 105,000 thousand refugees from the Muslim world annually.
This would just be the beginning of Clinton’s strategy to forever change the makeup of the American electorate. She would also freeze any and all deportations, close detention centers, grant Obamacare to illegal aliens, and dramatically increase the number of Syrian refugees the United States takes in.
If Mrs. Clinton is elected, it is likely that the American political landscape would be changed in a way from which it could never recover. Future elections would be between Democrats and socialists rather than Democrats and Republicans.