2/15/18, Maine First Media Staff Report,
Senate Democrats and eight Republicans have struck a deal to grant amnesty for not just DACA recipients, but for all 11-Million illegal aliens in the United States.
Furthermore, the deal would give more foreigners four and a half months to come to the United States illegally and qualify for amnesty. The original proposal had a cutoff date for legal status as of January 1st, 2018. However, according to the Washington Times, the deadline was purposely moved back to June 30th, 2018.
RINO Sen. Susan Collins is one of the eight Republicans who has signed on as a co-sponsor to the bill. The Independent who caucuses with Democrats, Sen. Angus King joins with the 48 other Senators in the Democrat caucus supporting the bill.
President Donald Trump had previously offered to grant legal status to 1.8-Million DACA applicants in exchange for a host of immigration reforms, including, $25-Billion in funding for the Great Wall of Trump, limits on Chain Migration and the end of the Diversity Lottery.
The bill backed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Comrade Collins and the King of Deception, does offer the $25-Billion for border security but does not include any changes to Chain Migration or Schumer’s Diversity Lottery.
The 49 Democrats and eight RINO gives the bill 57 open-border votes. Meaning only three more Republicans would need to be swayed to pass the bill in the Senate.
However, while this bill may have legs in the Senate, it is hard to imagine it gaining any traction in the House. House leaders have said any proposal not meeting President Trump’s requirements will not be considered.
The seven other open-border RINOs joining Comrade Collins are:
- Mike Rounds (South Dakota);
- Lindsey Graham (South Carolina);
- Jeff Flake (Arizona);
- Corey Gardner (Colorado);
- Lisa Murkowski (Alaska);
- Lamar Alexander (Tennessee);
- Johnny Isakson of (Georgia).
President Trump has already come out publically against a similar proposal. And his Department of Homeland Security has come out against this 64-page Schumer-King-Collins deal.