In this brief audio (click here), Betsy and Thomas review the citizens intelligence report below and remind Americans of the importance of circulating this information to other citizens and to your elected representatives, especially members of Congress which is the branch of government given authority over immigration policy.
DAPA + DACA = Obama’s Alien Invasion
Obama’s Illegal Alien Invasion of America
While you were being distracted with legend and lore of alien invasions from different worlds, the real alien invasion was being conducted by Barack Obama and his unlawful alien invasion of illegal foot soldiers and voters of the Globalists (which includes many GOPers) and Democratic Party.
We were under invasion by aliens for eight long years and their leader was Barack Obama. Just like Angela Merkel “invited” an invasion of Europe, so, too, Obama sent a message out to the world – “If you can get to America, you can stay.” Obama gave out 10 million visas a year and didn’t enforce people leaving after their visa expired, while he refused to secure our borders and instead practiced “open border” policies and promoted “sanctuary cities” that harbor and protect criminal aliens.
Because of Obama’s criminal actions, no one actually knows how many illegal aliens are in America – some say well over 20 million not the 12.5 million estimated.
All illegal aliens are criminal felons by definition and yet Obama protected them through “catch and release” border policies, releasing criminal aliens from jail, and refusing to cooperate with immigration officials, while protecting aliens over American citizens. When blatant disregard of existing U.S. immigration laws got in the way of Obama’s invasion, he simply defied the rule of law superseding congressional control over immigration law and began writing his own rules concerning immigration.
He tried to force Congress into giving amnesty to every alien in America and increase 500% the number of refugees allowed each year, but Congress rejected all of his ideas. When Obama’s strong-arming of Congress didn’t work, he simply wrote bogus presidential policies that ordered Homeland Security and other agencies to simply “not deport” illegal aliens who were children of illegal aliens.
Who Are These Illegal Aliens?
Obama acted as though calling these aliens DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) “dreamers” he would change the fact that most are simply felons’ children of felons. Obama and the corporate, propaganda media simply “word-smithed” their names, changing them from “aliens” to “dreamers”. But no slick ad campaign can change the fact that they are here illegally and Obama was fully aware of the Cloward-Piven strategy of overwhelming the welfare system with “cadres of aggressive organizers”, all the while giving the globalists and Democrats the foot soldiers they needed to disrupt American society and overthrow the government through election fraud.
DACA recipients and their illegal alien parents are simply criminals who Obama protected, without prosecution, while Americas like Kate Steinle were victims of their crimes.
Dreamers are children of illegal aliens that Obama let into the country illegally. Millions of parents of DACA Dreamers are not being counted in the fake numbers representing these supposed 800,000 Dreamers. The true number is more like — 3.6 million.
On top of that, Dreamers now have 400,000 children of their own.
Obama’s DACA policy is illegal and usurps the sole authority of Congress to write immigration law. The president’s job is to simply enforce those laws – not create them.
Not only is DACA illegal and a gross over-reach of presidential authority, it shows Obama’s intent to give away America to aliens through an invasion.
The courts challenged DACA and ruled Obama to be acting “unlawfully.” So, Obama created another illegal immigration program called DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans) which allows any citizen to automatically “bring in” their parents and qualify them for U.S. citizenship.
DAPA allowed 4.4 million aliens to join the invasion without going through the congressionally created US immigration process.
When 8.4 million aliens had successfully been told they would be granted some form of “amnesty” for their crimes by Obama, the millions of people granted visas to enter America just started staying in America and not leaving when they were scheduled to depart the country. It is estimated that as many as 42%, or more, of Obama visas became “overstays” who essentially committed a crime by refusing to comply with the limits of the visa stay. This “turning a blind eye” policy of Obama created more aliens than anyone can estimate.
To go along with his plan of overwhelming America by an alien invasion, Obama then promoted “anchor babies” and their illegal parents being given amnesty for their crime of invading America. This type of promotion of illegal immigration led to the horrifying problem of childhood entries into America through the Southern border by children who had been abandoned at the border by their parents. Once in the country, Obama gave those children a special status so that they would not be deported, but separated from their natural parents and placed in foster homes across the country. Many gang members entered the country through this policy.
After Obama couldn’t think of any more “immigration programs” (alien invasion strategies), he simply decided to grant all illegal aliens in America full amnesty. He promoted these ideas again and again and sited Ronald Reagan and other presidents as justification for his historically large amnesty ideas. As usual, Obama disregarded existing U.S. laws and simply wanted to wave his magic wand and announce his plans for the completion of the “alien invasion” as a grand success, just as Merkel had done in Europe.
The only problem was that the U.S. president does not grant amnesty to immigrants, only Congress can do that. Again, Obama just wanted to trample the rule of law underfoot as he was hell-bent on destroying the U.S. Constitution and giving America away to global interests instead of protecting national interests.
You might ask “why” Obama would do this. It is well known that millions of illegal aliens illegally vote in America to maintain the Democrat’s liberal policies that support open borders, lax immigration enforcement, sanctuary cities, and sweeping amnesty for illegal immigrants. Illegal aliens are a key component of the Democrat voting base. The recent investigation of the last presidential election found 3.5 million fraudulent votes in just the 17 states that reported. It would be fair to say that U.S. elections are knowingly rigged through the fraudulent votes of these alien voters. Our country was almost overthrown by Obama’s immigration policies that nearly put Hillary in the White House, which would have led to the final gutting of the U.S. Constitution and the sell-out of America to global interests.
A leaked memo from former Hillary Clinton official Jennifer Palmieri shows that the Democrats are primarily concerned about protecting DACA recipients because it is a “critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success.”
Obama’s Illegal Immigration Mess
We have been invaded by at least 12.5 million illegal aliens through Obama ignoring his presidential duty to enforce the immigration laws written by congress. Instead, Obama created new “policies” that over-reached his executive authority and created the messes we now call:
- DACA recipients and the parents of those DACA children (3.6M + 2.4M),
- The children of DACA adults (400,000),
- DAPA parents of US citizens (4.4M),
- So-called “anchor babies” and their parents (300,000 per year + 300,000 per year),
- Chain migration linked to naturalized citizens (20M since 1981),
- Diversity Visa Lottery Program (50,000 per year),
- Refugee programs run through the United Nations and the Vatican (100,000 per year),
- In 2016, over 1,500,000 legal immigrants were allowed into the US.
Obama Visa Fraud
In 2016, the United States issued 10,381,491 non-immigrant visas and 617,752 immigrant visas, including: 965,466 B-1, B-2 and B-1/B-2 combo visas, 482,033 F-1/M-1 visas, 339,712 J-1 visas, 295,140 C-1/D visas, 180,057 H-1B visas, 133,465 IR-1 and CR-1 visas, 67,381 IR-2 and CR-2 visas, 1,292 IR-3 visas, 566 IR-4 visas, 108,788 IR-5 visas, 21,800 F1 visas, 109,740 F2 visas, 22,590 F3 visas, 61,368 F4 visas, 45,664 DV (Diversity Immigrants Lottery) visas, 2,361 E1 visas were issued, 2,155 E2 visas, 10,301 E3 visas, 1,734 E4 visas, 8,505 E5 visas, and 16,176 SIV visas.
It is estimated that approximately 42% of immigrants overstay their visas.
Visas are simply the easiest way for aliens to invade America by flying or crossing over the borders in a quasi-legal way, yet having the intention to stay in the country long after the Visa expires. Obama did not vet, monitor, or remove visa holders when their visas expired. If they wanted to stay, fine. The more foot soldiers, the better.
Obama paid the United Nations $24 billion a year to support the UN refugee program that provided the refugees who came into America. These refugees are never vetted by US agencies. Once in America, it is basically 164 Catholic relief agencies within our borders who place and support these refugees with hundreds of billions of dollars over the five years that tax-payers support these refugees. Generally, each family receives at least $50 thousand dollars a year in tax-free money.
See our extensive citizens intelligence report on the Vatican refugee problem here: Dark Secrets of the Vatican Exposed.
There are countless others economic supports for these aliens, including, social services, food-stamps, education grants, tax-exemption for five years, and the ability to recommend relatives for the program (chain migration for refugees). Obama treated refugees from the countries he bombed better than wounded U.S. soldiers and veterans.
A Few Facts About Illegal Aliens
Countries have borders, and one major job of its government is to secure those borders and regulate who enters. Here are some interesting facts about illegal immigrants in the United States:
- Estimates say there were over 12 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2016 representing 3.4% of the total U.S. population.
- There are approximately 3.6 million DACA recipients (not 800,000).
- There are approximately 400,000 “anchor babies” born to the DACA recipients.
- There are approximately 4.4 DAPA recipients.
- Mexicans crossing the southern border made up half of all unauthorized immigrants in 2016. There were 5.6 million Mexican unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. in 2016.
- The U.S. civilian workforce includes 8 million unauthorized immigrants, accounting for 5% of the total – the same percent of unemployed legal Americans.
- Six states account for 59% of unauthorized immigrants: California, Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey and Illinois – these states are filled with sanctuary cities.
- A rising share of unauthorized immigrants have lived in the U.S. for at least a decade without ever being considered for deportation.
- There has been a great increase in the amount of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children: approximately 60,000 in 2014.
How Did We Get Into this Mess?
On June 30, 2014, President Obama delivered remarks in the White House Rose Garden promising to “fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress.”
Over the next eight months, the Obama Administration went through sixty iterations of different possible executive actions. On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his illegal program called DAPA. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson then released two memorandums directing the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to make aliens without criminal histories the lowest priority for removal, and to grant deferred action to illegal immigrants who are the parents of a U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.
The President’s program, when combined with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals delayed deportation of half of the 12 million illegal aliens in the United States. In December 2014, Texas and 25 other states sued asking the court to enjoin implementation of both DAPA and the DACA expansion. On February 16, 2015, Judge Andrew S. Hanen issued a preliminary injunction blocking the DAPA program from going into effect while Texas v. United States proceeds.
Eventually it was determined that President Obama’s order violated the rulemaking requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act. The majority made a new finding that the Immigration and Nationality Act “flatly does not permit” deferred action.
On November 10, 2015, the Justice Department announced it would ask the Supreme Court to hear the case. On June 23, 2016, the Supreme Court announced it had deadlocked 4–4 in a decision that read, in its entirety, “The judgement is affirmed by an equally divided court.”
3.6 Million DACA with 400,000 Anchor Babies
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was an American immigration policy that allowed some individuals who entered the country illegally as minors, and had either entered or remained in the country illegally, to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit. The total number of these illegal children of illegal aliens is 3.6 million. Subsequently, the children of DACA illegals, which is estimated to be 400,000 become “anchor babies.” The policy was established by the Obama Administration in June 2012.
The DREAM Act bill, which would have provided a pathway to permanent residency for unauthorized immigrants brought to the United States was considered by Congress in 2007 and failed. It was considered again in 2011, and failed again.
President Barack Obama announced his DACA policy on June 15, 2012. The policy was officially established by a memorandum from the Secretary of Homeland Security titled “Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect to Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children.” This policy allowed certain immigrants to escape deportation and obtain work permits for a period of two years – renewable upon good behavior. To apply, immigrants had to be younger than 31 on June 15, 2012, must have come to the US when they were younger than 16, and must have lived in the US since 2007.
In November 2014 President Barack Obama announced his intention to expand DACA to cover additional illegal immigrants. But multiple states immediately sued to prevent the expansion, which was ultimately blocked by the courts. The United States Department of Homeland Security rescinded the expansion on June 16, 2017. The DACA policy was rescinded by the Trump administration on September 5, 2017, but full implementation of the rescission was delayed six months to give Congress time to decide how to deal with the population that was previously eligible under the policy because only Congress can create immigration law.
Only Congress can create immigration law.
Congress does not have the ability to defund DACA since the program is almost entirely funded by its own application fees ($495) rather than congressional appropriations. DACA was formally initiated by a policy memorandum sent from Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano to the heads of U.S.. Customs and Border Protection, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The memo formally directed them to exercise their enforcement discretion on behalf of individuals who met the requirements.
Legal experts are divided as to the constitutionality of DACA, but no court has yet to rule it unconstitutional. Many have reiterated the view that DACA was inherently unlawful, unconstitutional, arbitrary, capricious, and invalid siting that the executive branch has no authority over immigration law.
In some lawsuits, the states claimed that, by expanding DACA, the president failed to enforce the nation’s immigration laws in contravention to Article Two of the U.S. Constitution. Moreover, the states claimed that the president unilaterally rewrote the law through his actions. They also claim that DACA was unlawful by asserting that it unconstitutionally usurped Congress’ role over immigration by illegally allowing certain classes of illegal aliens to violate U.S. immigration law with impunity.
4.4 Million DAPA
Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA), was an American immigration policy to grant deferred action status to certain illegal immigrants who have lived in the United States since 2010 and have children who are either American citizens or lawful permanent residents. Deferred action is not full legal status but would come with a three-year, renewable work permit and exemption from deportation. DAPA was a presidential executive action, not a law passed by Congress.
The program was announced in November 2014 by President Barack Obama, along with a number of immigration reform steps, including increased resources for border enforcement, new procedures for high-skilled immigrants, and an expansion of the existing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Several states have filed lawsuits against the Federal government, arguing that DAPA violates the Constitution and federal statutes. A temporary injunction was issued in February 2015, blocking the program from going into effect while the lawsuit proceeds. A U.S. Supreme Court 4–4 split decision in June 2016 effectively left the block in place.
DACA and Crime
Every crime committed by an illegal alien is one that would not have occurred if that alien wasn’t in the United States illegally in the first place.
Thousands of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients have been convicted or accused of committing crimes against U.S. citizens, and federal authorities say that they have seen an explosion in the number of illegal alien DACA recipients that are losing their protections for crime and gang-related activities. Statistics from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services revealed that in just the last two years a total of 2,139 DACA recipients have been convicted or accused of committing crimes against Americans. The number of DACA recipients that have lost their protected status due to crime or gang affiliations surged 30 percent in one year.
The director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, Jessica Vaughn, said that the numbers show the nightmare that the DACA program has been for the U.S.
“It confirms that the DACA screening process was woefully inadequate. The eligibility bar was set very low, explicitly allowing people with multiple misdemeanor and certain felony convictions to be approved. Only a handful of the applicants were ever interviewed, and only rarely was the information on the application ever verified,” Vaughn said.
Criminal alien illegals make up 27 % of all federal prisoners. One report looked at the criminal histories of 55,322 aliens that entered the country illegally and were still illegally in the country at the time of their incarceration in federal or state prison or local jail. Those 55,322 illegal aliens had been arrested 459,614 times, an average of 8.3 arrests per illegal alien, and had committed almost 700,000 criminal offenses, an average of roughly 12.7 offenses per illegal alien.
In 2011, 251,000 criminal aliens were incarcerated in federal, state, and local prisons and jails. Those aliens were arrested nearly 1.7 million times for close to three million criminal offenses. Sixty-eight percent of those in federal prison and 66 percent of those in state prisons were from Mexico. Their offenses ranged from homicide and kidnapping to drugs, burglary, and larceny. Generally, Mexican immigrants “commit between 3.5 to 5.2 times as many crimes as the average native American.”
Amnesty for Illegal Aliens
Large-scale amnesty programs have allowed millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the United States legally since the 1980s. Obama wanted to give all aliens in America full amnesty and a path to citizenship. Again, these immigration laws must be created by Congress, not the president. Obama could not get Congress to even consider a bill to grant sweeping amnesty to DACA, DAPA, and every other illegal alien in America.
These actions clearly show Obama’s intent to invade America and open our borders to anyone who can walk across – criminals welcome.
Here are some details about immigration amnesty and the few other times the United States has granted amnesty to large numbers of illegal immigrants:
The Immigration Reform and Control Act, also known as the Simpson-Mazzoli Act, was signed by President Ronald Reagan and enacted in November 1986. The act granted temporary legal status to any unauthorized immigrants who had been living in the United States continuously since 1982 so long as they paid a $185 fee and could demonstrate they’d shown good moral character. The act made unauthorized immigrants eligible for green cards after 18 months, provided they learned to speak English. The act became the largest U.S. legalization program in history, resulting in green cards being awarded to about 3 million immigrants.
Section 245(i) amnesty of 1994, which was used to pardon about 578,000 eligible illegal aliens who paid fines of $1,000 each. That amnesty was renewed in 1997 and again in 2000. The latter reinstatement resulted in amnesty for an estimated 900,000 illegal aliens.
Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act of 1997 gave legal status to about 1 million unauthorized immigrants, mostly from Central America. The NACARA specifically granted amnesty to Nicaraguans and Cubans who had lived in the U.S. since 1995, along with their spouses and unmarried children.
Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act was passed by Congress in 1998 and Haitians became the first group to successfully argue that it would be discriminatory for the US to refuse them the same treatment provided through other US immigration laws. The act is estimated to have added 125,000 Haitian refugees to the U.S. population.
Trump Thwarts Obama’s Alien Invasion
Trump ended U.S. funding of the United Nations refugee program. He is securing the border and supporting the U.S. border patrol and US. immigration efforts to enforce the rule of law. He stopped “catch and release.” Trump announced he was enforcing the immigration laws that Obama ignored, and subsequently, border crossings decreased 70% and countless illegal aliens left the country in a mass exodus to Canada and Europe.
Trump enforced visa regulations and stopped visa overstays. He demands that full vetting precede any acceptance of immigrants or refugees. He has also repaired and enhanced much of the Southern border already.
Trump is wielding the Art of the Deal and making fools of Democrats who think it is legal to insert alien amnesty into the federal budget. Both Trump and the Democrats know the laws that say that only Congress can pass laws concerning immigration amnesty. Yes, Trump can sign or veto the bill, but the bill must come from a successful passage of that bill by the House and Senate.
Congress already knows that any “Obama-like” adjustments to existing immigration laws will have a great deal of trouble passing congress.
That is why the Democrats are trying to hi-jack the budget appropriations bill and add illegal immigration as an amendment, instead of a proper law passed by Congress and signed by the president.
Trump is making a public spectacle of the Democrat’s pathetic attempts to continue the Obama legacy of lawlessness, especially concerning the “Obama Alien Invasion of America.” Finally, we have a president who respects the rule of law and puts American’s ahead of invading illegal aliens.