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Trump Once Again Betrays What’s Left of His Base, This Time on Illegal Immigration

On Friday, The Associated Press asked Donald “The Red Queen” Trump about his policy on the so-called “dreamers,” meaning those who are or were children when they immigrated illegally to the United States. The Obama administration protected these individuals from deportation through a program called the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals,” or DACA. Separately, Trump stated that keeping these illegals in country is a “case of the heart”:

TRUMP: We aren’t looking to do anything right now.

AP: That’s going to be the policy of your administration, to allow the dreamers to stay?

TRUMP: Yes. That’s our policy. … Long-term we are going to have to fix the problem, the whole immigration problem. … Here is what they can hear: The dreamers should rest easy. OK? I’ll give you that. The dreamers should rest easy.

Since DACA was an Obama executive order, it is entirely within Trump’s power to reverse it and issue another executive order in its place.

Center for Immigration Studies Director Mark Krikorian observed, “During the campaign, now-President Trump had said he was going to end that (DACA) on day one because it’s an unconstitutional action by the president.

Down the Primrose Path with the Neo-Feudal Crime Syndicate

The New Nationalist (TNN) suspects this is part and parcel to the Crime Syndicate’s ongoing scheme to force wages down well below minimal living standards, effectively to the neo-feudal slave level. Indeed, among other puppet masters, Trump brought hedge-fund titan (((Steve Swartzman))) into his swamp to “advise” on DACA — and no doubt other matters destructive and dilutive to native-born American labor and human capital [see “Immigrants Replace Low-Skill Natives in Workforce“].

Under Obama, immigration enforcement officers provided young illegals with free work permits instead of repatriation orders. Thus far, the program has allowed at least 770,000 illegal immigrants to find jobs in major U.S. cities, even though tens of millions of American citizens are unemployed or have given up trying to find work. Additionally, it is estimated that more than 1.7 million illegal immigrants qualify for DACA status.

The political implications of this for the Trumptard train will be revealing. It seems very much part of the game plan to bring The Red Queen’s approval rating well below 30% heading into the Crime Syndicate-backed color revolution and American Spring.

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  • LightPractitioner

    Supposedly after the Syrian attack, Trump’s approval went up to the 50s again. But knowing the media, it was probably their approval, not the people.

  • Hapa

    the matrix is well established and moving along in its pre-determined trajectory, doesn’t matter what Trump does or not. I’m tuning out, no longer interested in the hyperbole from all sides. Dialing down my indignation and not giving a shit. Not going to participate in any hidden divide and conquer strategies, so am choosing not to engage.

    • Outlaw

      Sounds like a good strategy to me.

  • Outlaw

    He’s just doing what his handlers want him to do.

  • 200 Years Together

    When slick Rick Perry was guv of Texas, he let illegals pour in so his ass buddy Bob Perry, founder of Perry Homes, hire them on the cheap to build his ugly houses across the state. Bob Perry died a major donor of the GOP and very wealthy.

  • Bill Kilgore
    • 200 Years Together

      (i cant figure out how to post pictures….)

      • Put on desktop and just drag to comment box and drop.

        • 200 Years Together
        • 200 Years Together

          Russ, thoughts on the relationship between Codreanu and Nicolae Iorga?

          • Codreanu was very unselfish, and a really good man, almost saintly and of course charasmatic. Iorga was an operator and rather devious. What’s your view?

          • 200 Years Together

            I spent much of my work day going through Iorga’s wiki page. It seems he was focused on a career in the dusty halls of intellectuals and Codreanu was a fellow traveler, but I don’t think he approved of the Iron Guard. I will have to find some more articles or books. (Iorga’s wiki page though does lead to a lot of links on authors and figures in Romania history leading up to Codreanu.

  • Bill Kilgore

    Trump – speaking about himself:

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