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What Looks Like A Victory For Republicans, Might Not Be

Permalink 09/20/21 06:07, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, Background, Politics, Illegal Immigration, Elections

Democrats have a problem. They have done things that have angered the general public. Whether Democrat voters want to admit it or not. I guarantee that very few of them voted for any of the things that have happened recently on the National level. That is to say, I haven't seen anyone defend the Biden administration on their Afghanistan withdraw, or beg for more lockdowns.

The Senate Parliamentarian voted not to allow immigration law to be included in this budgetary bill.

Finally, it is important to note that an obvious corollary of a finding that this proposal is appropriate for inclusion in reconciliation would be that it could be repealed by simple majority vote in a subsequent reconciliation measure. Perhaps more critically, permitting this provision in reconciliation would set a precedent that could be used to argue that rescinding any immigration status from anyone - not just those who obtain LPR status by virtue of this provision -- would be permissible because the policy of stripping status from any immigrant does not vastly outweigh whatever budgetary impact there might be. That would be a stunning development but a logical outgrowth of permitting this proposed change in reconciliation and is further evidence that the policy changes of this proposal far outweigh the budgetary impact scored to it and it is not appropriate for inclusion in reconciliation.

In other words, if you can pass an immigration reform law as part of a budgetary measure, granting citizenship to hundreds of thousands of people, you could also strip that citizenship away using another budgetary law. Point being, you shouldn't mix immigration laws with budgetary laws, because they can be changed too easily, and huge swaths of people will be stuck in the middle.

But there's more to it than that I believe.

Congressional Republicans praised the parliamentarian's decision Sunday. Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee, tweeted that the parliamentarian "confirmed [the] obvious: mass amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants isn’t a budgetary issue appropriate for reconciliation." Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) added, "Senate rules never contemplated a majority circumventing the filibuster by pretending that sweeping and transformational new policies were mere budgetary changes."

ecades of failing to enact their amnesty agenda, Democrats tried this latest unprecedented gambit," McConnell said. "It was inappropriate and I'm glad it failed.”

What does this mean? It means that they are not going to legalize the Dreamers with a budget reconciliation bill.

However, I believe that this is a setup. The Democrats have wanted to pass the legislation (S. 1 / H.R. 1) ever since the 2020 election. These/this is the legislation that basically makes every aspect needed to steal an election legal. Yes that's right, everyone would be able to vote, regardless of whether you are here legally or not. It's the "Democrats Stay In Office Forever Plan." But this is such a purely political move that it would be impossible to try and explain it away. Democrats haven't made much ground when it comes to convincing people that it's too hard to vote. Not because they are not good at marketing, it's because it's a lie, and everyone knows it. Voter ID laws don't exclude anyone, especially the poor. Anyone on government assistance has to be identified. If they can provide identification for welfare / government assistance, they can provide identification to vote. Everyone knows this.

I think that they Democrats want to remove the filibuster, but they haven't been able to find a "cause" to do it. If they were to remove the filibuster to pass "voter reform" it would be an obvious and open political move. The Democrats need something that they can argue is for helping people --like the Dreamers!

I believe that they are going to remove the filibuster rule so they can pass "immigration reform." The democrats want to save the Dreamers. That way they can pull on people's heart strings and appear to have someone else's interest in mind.

Now you know why the SCOTUS ruled that the Trump administration couldn't end the DACA program. I believe that this has been their plan all along. That's why they went so far with the 2020 election fraud. They have all of this planned out and they couldn't get it done with another year of Trump in office.

With the filibuster removed, they can pass (S.1 / H.R. 1) and stay in power for as long as they want.

What do you think?

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