Skip to comments.Homeland Security Stacked With Pro-Amnesty Attorneys Ahead of Illegal Immigration Fight
Posted on 12/06/2013 10:33:56 PM PST by Brad from Tennessee
As Congress gets ready to battle on immigration reform next year, it's important to take a look at who will help enforce and shape any kind of immigration overhaul. Former Department of Justice Assistant Attorney General and radical open borders attorney Tom Perez was safely put into the position of Labor Secretary by President Obama and the Senate earlier this year, knowing the Department of Justice is safely locked down as pro-amnesty. Perez has a long history of advocating not for American workers, but for illegal alien workers and made sure the Department of Justice was stacked with pro-amnesty attorneys before making his way to the Labor Department.
Recently the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, followed suit by hiring nearly a dozen pro-amnesty attorneys. DOJ whistleblower and attorney J. Christian Adams has the details:
Despite the sequester, the Department of Homeland Security has just completed a hiring blitz of attorneys to oversee and manage immigration litigation. Almost all of these new civil service attorney hires hail from an activist pro-amnesty and pro-asylum background. Sources within the Department of Homeland Security report that the process for hiring these new career civil service lawyers was unconventional and was conducted by an Obama political appointee within DHS.
The new attorneys have activist backgrounds with a variety of pro-amnesty groups such as the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the Advancement Project, and open borders groups funded by the Tides Foundation. . .
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How would this be different if Mr. Bush were still president, or his father, or if Mr. McCain or Romney had won election to the presidency?
They have one heck of a big budget, eh?
All it would take is for an illegal to commit a very high profile, disruptive crime, and the Amnesty Fever will have to cool down again for another ten years or so. Meanwhile there should be changes to make LEGAL immigration easier, quicker and cheaper. The more we need their professional skills, the easier, cheaper and quicker the process should be made. So it doesn’t have to be ‘all or nothing at all’.
Oh, and if the immigrant was relatively healthy and a non felon too, that’s a plus.
All it would take is for an illegal to commit a very high profile, disruptive crime, and the Amnesty Fever will have to cool down again for another ten years or so.”””””
You mean the murders, rapes, drunk driving, etc. just aren’t disruptive enough?
The victim(s) has to be sufficiently high profile, from a group with a fairly large potential voting block and an economically formidable demographic support base. This is not how I feel individually, I’m relating the cynical way our society seems to work, so I just did the math, so to speak.
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