1. A nation without borders is not a nation. Either we’re a country or we’re not. It’s that simple.
2. A nation without walls is not a nation, which is an extension of the first principle, but in other words. If you have laws, you enforce them.
3. A nation that does not serve its citizens is not a nation, which is to say that the social contract of the country is that the interest group that is served is not special interests, or lobbyists, or transnational corporations, or citizens of other countries. It is the citizens of this country, the United States.
With tens of millions of Americans out of work or underemployed and with the largest deficit in history, why are we allowing illegal aliens to stay in our country and why are we not doing more to protect our borders?
Where did the GOP establishment go wrong, and why did they never adjust but stick to a losing playbook?
Stephen Miller, Former Sessions advisor, explains:
Well if you look at the Republican Party and Democrat Party … one of the most important differences is how they cater to their own voters. About 1 in 7 NH democrats felt they had been betrayed by their party whereas HALF of republican voters felt they had been betrayed by their own party.
And betrayed, of course, is a very strong word. It’s not like they said they felt “let-down” by their party. They felt betrayed by their party. And you’ll see that reflected in the fact that you’ll rarely hear a democrat complain – especially a progressive democrat complain – well, I feel like “Nancy Pelosi doesn’t speak for me” or “I feel like Harry Reid doesn’t speak for me.”
The Republican Party, at some point, split between its voters and its donors. And its donor base pushed globalism:
… pushed the idea if we send our factories to Vietnam, we can make 2% more on the margin; this will be a fabulous thing …
… [pushed the idea] if we can bring in more foreign workers on the H1B Visa program, we can make a couple extra pennies per hours; this is a fabulous thing …
…. Meanwhile, this is shipping the wealth from American workers to foreign workers in foreign countries, and that chasm became larger and larger with time in the Republican Party.
And so you basically ended up with a Republican Party that represented its donors and not its voters. And what you see happening this election cycle – and you saw happen last night – is that republican voters are taking their party back … are taking their country back.
All Employment Growth Since 2000 Went to Immigrants
- First, the long-term decline in the employment for natives across age and education levels is a clear indication that there is no general labor shortage, which is a primary justification for the large increases in immigration (skilled and unskilled) in the Schumer-Rubio bill and similar House proposals.
- Second, the decline in work among the native-born over the last 14 years of high immigration is consistent with research showing that immigration reduces employment for natives.
- Third, the trends since 2000 challenge the argument that immigration on balance increases job opportunities for natives. Over 17 million immigrants arrived in the country in the last 14 years, yet native employment has deteriorated significantly.
- More than 43% of all Food stamps are given to illegals.
- 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles for illegals.
- Less than 2% of illegals are picking crops, but 41% are on welfare.
- More than 66% of all births in California are to illegals on Medi-Cal, paid by the U.S. Taxpayer.
- An illegal alien may receive benefits under the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) and Food Stamps programs on behalf of his or her U.S. citizen child. (Any child born in the United States is considered a U.S. citizen, regardless of the parents’ immigration status.) A 1997 General Accounting Office (GAO) report determined that in 1995 households headed by illegal aliens received a total of $700 million in AFDC benefits and $430 million in Food Stamps.
Also, we can’t coexist with People that Want to Kill Us such as Radical Islam.