#LoudonClear: What is the REAL reason for amnesty?

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Are you listening, Paul Ryan?

On the latest episode of #LoudonClear on the TK Radio Network, Trevor explains what amnesty is really about. Allowing this influx of illegal immigrants to remain unchecked, coupled with potentially dangerous “refugees” from war-torn countries in the middle east will have the same impact on America that it has had in California:

The creation of a one-party state.

Listen here:

Don’t take Trevor’s word for it, listen to the words of Eliseo Medina, President Obama’s “go-to” man on issues of “comprehensive immigration reform”! Here Medina neglects to mention the plight of illegal immigrants. Rather, he discusses the creation of “a governing coalition for the long term:”

Far from how Medina is portrayed as an “immigration activist,” former SEIU executive Vice President is a hard-core Marxist who served on Obama’s Latino Advisory Council in 2008 and was described by the Los Angeles Times as “one of the most successful labor organizers in the country.”

Here President Barack Obama listens to former SEIU executive Vice President Eliseo Medina:

President Barack Obama listens to former SEIU executive Vice President Eliseo Medina via CNN
President Barack Obama listens to former SEIU executive Vice President Eliseo Medina via CNN

Watch Obama brag to SEIU about how he “consults” with Medina on immigration:

While history shows that illegal immigration is detrimental for social stability; the REAL motivation behind the relentless push for amnesty has nothing to do with “compassion” but to create a one-party state.

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5 thoughts on “#LoudonClear: What is the REAL reason for amnesty?

  1. Common sense tells us we have to support whomever comes into this country until they can learn enough English to function in the job force, They have to be provided a home until they can afford to rent or buy one. and then there is food and medical expenses. You have to be completely ignorant to believe immigration at this level is self sustaining.

    1. We need to support whomever comes into this country legally, just as we always have. And we need to put our resources into streamlining and shortening the legal immigration process to citizenship. Anyone coming into our country illegally is not entitled to our support at all.

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