In addition to tricks, the Gang of Eight’s amnesty bill includes treats — including free cell phones:
According to the newly filed bill, immigrants who are allowed to enter the United States under a work visa, will be ‘granted’ a taxpayer funded cellular phone. Move over “Obama phone,” we present the new ‘Hola, Como Estas?!’ MarcoPhone.
The money to pay for these free phones will come from the same place as the jobs mostly unskilled Mexicans are being imported to take despite our staggering 22.9% youth unemployment rate: Never Never Land.
Interestingly, TracFone, a company that will likely benefit from this type of government program, is based in Rubio’s Miami, Florida.
Marco Rubio is of course a prominent member of the Gang of Eight Quislings, who propose that Latin America be allowed to annex the USA on behalf of the Third World.
Other goodies include “roughly 400 exemptions, exceptions, waivers, determinations and grants of discretion.”
This discretion ensures de facto amnesty, while disorienting advocates of American sovereignty with tax code-esque complexity.
The complexity has already sparked GOP objections from Sen. Jeff Sessions and other Republicans who say they should be given more time to study and then explain the bill’s myriad complexities and loopholes to the public.
Top Democratic leaders, including Sen. Chuck Schumer, hope to push the bill quickly through the committee and then to the floor by early June.
Ramming through a pernicious, unpopular, and insanely complicated bill before people can figure out exactly what it says worked with ObamaCare, why not try it again?
This much has been deciphered:
The new law would increase the inflow by at least 350,000 more workers, and exempt university-trained professionals from immigration caps, even when unemployment is above 8 percent.
The overall effect on the already stratospheric unemployment rate of effectively replacing any semblance of a border with a wide red carpet is incalculable — as is the burden it will place on the economy through increased demands on the welfare state and social services.
A recent Gallup poll asked, “What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today?” Twenty-four percent said the economy and 18% said unemployment. Only 4% said immigration, the problem amnesty is supposedly intended to fix.
Representatives would share our concerns and priorities, and promote our interests, in stark contrast to the kakistocrats running the federal government. We do not have representatives; we have rulers.
On tips from Clingtomyguns, Bill T, and Fiberal.