And there it is folks https://t.co/qohiU6rITP
— 1778 (@July041776) January 30, 2018
Univision’s Jorge Ramos, in a stunning bit of honesty here, let everyone know what “REAL immigration reform” looks like and it doesn’t stop with just Dreamers getting amnesty:
Yes, the fight starts with the Dreamers but the goal is to legalize their parents, their siblings and the majority of the 11M undocumented immigrants. This is the REAL immigration reform (not what Trump and the GOP are proposing).
— JORGE RAMOS (@jorgeramosnews) January 30, 2018
Michelle Malkin’s reaction:
Shorter Jorge Ramos:
Amnesty now! Amnesty tomorrow! Amnesty forever! https://t.co/lGDYlx9xes
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 30, 2018
Fact check: True. And it’s a feature, not a bug:
— Keep Calm and Carry (@johnnyfriegas) January 30, 2018
In other words, the Dream Act has always been just a marketing gimmick to sneak thru a general amnesty, rather than a targeted measure to fix the problem of a unique sliver of the illegal population. https://t.co/IId2X2Ymym
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) January 30, 2018
Will Dems admit it, however?
— Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) January 30, 2018
A thousand points for honesty. Now, why don’t you just go out there and get the Democrats to openly campaign in that? https://t.co/DlR5igMgRM
— Mark Noonan (@Mark_E_Noonan) January 30, 2018
And here it is, blatant admission this is about importing votes. https://t.co/EbPh4vNq4s
— Tet (@MrWeebtastic) January 30, 2018
Oh, and remember when we were “paranoid” for thinking this was the goal?
"The Right is paranoid" https://t.co/9PHWFxxdsP
— Trajan Decius (@trajan_decius) January 30, 2018
Listen up is good advice:
They tell you their real goals every day. Might pay to listen. https://t.co/qBNDGE4Oi7
— Jesse Kelly® (@JesseKellyDC) January 30, 2018
But does Ramos understand the damage he’s doing to his cause?
Comments like this is why US voters react negatively to illegal immigration activism. There is no reason to legalize these people who disrespected US laws. The US has a state of law, which we are all subject to. They should get in line with others who go thru the legal process.
— Linda VOZ (@avoiceforothers) January 30, 2018
Yep … no rush:
when you put it that way, it makes dealing with Dreamers seem much less urgent https://t.co/Xz4gOZWEkh
— Joe Gabriel Simonson (@SaysSimonson) January 30, 2018