By Duncan Smith
Democrats have never been good at keeping their campaign promises.
That’s why they don’t make many.
That’s why they campaign on issues like phony racism, phony inequality, class and race warfare.
Because if they campaigned on the issues they really care about, most of them would never win office.
Like, say, legalizing millions of people in the country illegally.
A majority of Americans have always opposed things like amnesty.
So that’s why the Democrats don’t campaign on it.
But now that they’ve got complete control over the government, they’re getting ready to implement it, thereby legalizing tens of millions of new voters.
And they’re going to start with the DACA recipients.
The Daily Mail reports:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi decided to embrace a piecemeal approach to getting immigration legislation through after taking a whip count earlier this month and discovering President Joe Biden's larger immigration package didn't have the votes.
Until then, they'll pass the two stand-alone bills, which passed in the last Congress as well, so to kickstart negotiations in the Senate.
In the upper chamber, where 60 votes will be needed for an immigration bill to pass, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin and ranking member, Sen. Lindsey Graham, introduced a version of the DREAM Act.
DREAMers are undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.
On inauguration day, Biden signed an executive order fortifying DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
There are currently not enough Republican votes in the Senate for passage.
But Democrats will change that dynamic too. Chuck Schumer will find a way to get rid of the filibuster rule in the Senate, and then all Democrats will need is a simple majority to legalize millions of people here illegally.
Republicans had better get their hands off their sacks and their head in the game — and take some lessons from Pelosi and her party if they ever get back in power.
Democrats play for keeps.
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