Bono Rips Trump for Ending DACA: ‘This Country Was Built for Dreamers’

BONO. AN IRISHMAN THINKS HE HAS THE RIGHT TO TELL AMERICA HOW TO RUN ITS IMMIGRATION POLICY.

There are two ways to respond to dipsh*t Bono’s brainless liberalism.

One is to go full blown racist by calling out Mexicans as rapists, murderers, and parasites. That’s perfectly legit in my book.

The will be times when you want to respond differently, using the “there’s no more room” argument. The U.S. (and the West) can’t take all those who want to be here. We don’t have places for them to stay. We don’t have the houses, roads, schools, water, electricity, and other necessities needed for them to use. It’s unfair to ask Americans who haven’t seen their real incomes rise in 30 years to pay for all these things, even if they could be quickly produced, which they can’t. It’s also unfair to those they leave behind in their home countries. When Mexico loses a talented citizen, all of Mexico suffers. The “Dreamers” should be dreaming about making Mexico a better country.

When you take this second approach, you leave race out of it. Not that Bono, one of the truly pea-brained celebrities the world has today, would be swayed. But many people would understand and embrace the “don’t have room” argument, which could also lead to a discussion of the need to have immigrants who can assimilate.

Breitbart

U2 frontman Bono blasted President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind the DACA amnesty program on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday, after performing a politically-charged rendition of the Joshua Tree track “Bullet the Blue Sky.”

“It’s a strange place we find ourselves in. It’s dangerous out there when you have a little emperor there with a bad haircut and his finger on the nuclear arsenal. And a lot of people in silly costumes following me around. And then you have the dude from North Korea,” Bono joked about Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Later in the interview, the Irish rocker said the idea of America is being “twisted” following Trump’s decision to end DACA.

“Every night we’re reminded why we fell in love with this country,” Bono said. “And it’s not just a country; it’s an idea. It’s a great idea, one of the best ideas ever. But you can feel in recent times that idea get a bit twisted.”

“And then you have the ‘dreamers,’” he said, referring to the estimated 800,000 people who illegally entered the U.S. with their parents as children and who had been previously shielded from deportation, thanks to Obama’s controversial Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty program.

“I mean, we’re Irish! We’re the ‘dreamers,’” Bono said. “This country was built for and by ‘dreamers.’ … If there’s no room for ‘dreamers,’ where are we in America? It’s the American dream!”

Earlier in the night, Bono changed the lyrics of the hit song “Bullet the Blue Sky” to negatively reference President Trump.

“Suit and tie comes up to me, face orange as the rose on a thorn bush/ Skin as thin as an Orange Crush/ He’s peeling off those dollar bills,” Bono sang on stage, in one altered anti-Trump lyric.

“Ground shakes, but the children can’t weep/ Vaporized in a single tweet/,” he sang in another scathing modified line.

The Irish rock band is currently on tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their iconic 1987 album Joshua Tree.

In June, U2 performed two politically charged performances in New Jersey in which Bono urged the American media to stay “vigilant” in the era of Trump and slammed the president’s immigration policies.

A TV viewer used to be able to look forward to some light late-night conversation on the talk shows. Now, every celebrity comes out as a political expert, trying to sway the zombie viewers to adopt leftist political views. This is not acceptable. Boycott!

Jew Congressman’s Bridge Act Granting Amnesty to Dreamers Set for IMMEDIATE VOTE

CONGRESSMAN MIKE COFFMAN ON THE LEFT.

They couldn’t fix your health care. They couldn’t lower your taxes.

But Congress appears set to jump on amnestying so-called Dreamers for three years through the Bridge Act.

Don’t worry. It’s kosher.

The Denver Channel

DENVER — U.S. Congressman Mike Coffman, a Republican from Colorado, says he plans to file a rare “discharge petition” in Congress on Tuesday to force the House to vote on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

Coffman introduced the bill known as the Bridge Act in January, but the legislation has flown under the radar until now.

“Force Congress to act on it, I think otherwise, like the President, they kind of wanted to avoid making a decision on it,” said Coffman.

The Bridge Act provides a three-year extension of the Obama-era program that has given temporary legal status to nearly 800,000 undocumented children, including more than 18,000 so called “Dreamers” in Colorado.

“The members of Congress have a choice: They can let the program be phased out and these young people be subject to deportation, or they can sign this petition for the Bridge Act,” said Coffman. “The federal government knows where they are, so if there are deportation proceedings, they could be expedited.”

Coffman plans to file the petition on Tuesday afternoon, the same day President Donald Trump is expected to announce plans to end the DACA program with a six-month delay before the program would officially end.

The Bridge Act gives Congress three years to come up with a more permanent solution, and protects Dreamers from deportation during that time.

If more than half of the House signs on, the Bridge Act would go for an immediate vote without the lengthy committee process.

“People know the issue. I don’t think it’s all that complicated, so I think members of Congress can decide this without significant debate,” said Coffman.

Rep. Coffman also said he believes the Dream Act has constitutional problems — mainly because former President Barack Obama created the program through an executive order in 2012 after attempts to pass a bill via Congress failed.

Coffman pointed to a recent federal court case decision in 2015 that blocked a similar program. He said the court found the executive branch and president of the United States can’t make immigration law without Congress.

“The president’s in a tough position on this. I think he’d rather let it go and not deal with it, but he believes as I do that it’s not constitutional,” explained Coffman.

No Sympathy for “Dreamers”–Tell Congress

Bankers are in an outrage and Paul Ryan is in a snit.

Something really good must have happended.

What it was was President Trump ended DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Mean Man Trump has replaced Nice Man Trump, the guy who held and kissed black babies in Houston last week.

Karl Denninger’s Market-Ticker

Spare Me The Outrage About DACA

Whether it comes from the left, right, CEOs (who love cheap labor damn the law to Hell) or others, just spare me the tears, ok?

I’m not swayed by the claim that the kids involved are blameless. That doesn’t matter; the fact is that they have accessed and consumed services in this nation to which they were not entitled over the previous years, and nobody is demanding that they pay the cost of said services back.

Theft by conversion is still theft. Yes, if you have no ability to reason at the time (because you’re a young child) then you cannot be held criminally liable for said theft, but the fact of the matter is that you still got the benefit and paid nothing for it.

That it was your parents that worked under the table (and thus evaded said taxes) or worse, stole someone’s identity (and thus committed both a criminal act and imposed direct cost on someone else) isn’t material. You were the beneficiary of that conduct — both directly in your home and indirectly in your access to schools, infrastructure, medical care and more that you wouldn’t have had. You’ve benefited greatly over these years.

May I remind you that President Obama, when he announced this program, admitted he had no legal authority to do so. Congress could have changed the law over the intervening time, and indeed prior to that time, but did not and has not.

Speaker Ryan’s mealy-mouthed nonsense is even worse, as the person who could have brought said bill to the floor of the House and hasn’t done so. He is the worst sort of hypocrite and jackass, in that he’s made a nice name for himself by claiming to be for the Rule of Law — right up until it is proposed to be enforced.

Then he turns into someone who condones said theft instead.

DACA is illegal folks. This is not about compassion, it’s about the rule of law. If someone manages to break into a bank every day and steal $20 without being caught for years or even decades that does not change the fundamental nature of their act, nor the fact that’s illegal. Getting away with an illegal act does not make it lawful; it just means, especially when it’s done openly and notoriously, that you managed to sufficiently bribe the cops.

The latter, may I remind you, is a second and more-serious offense, because corruption of the rule of law is usually considered more-serious than simply ignoring or breaking the law.

No, holding cute babies up to the camera won’t change my mind. Nor will appeals to my alleged “better side.” The fact of the matter is that our nation’s immigration laws are what they are and those who intentionally broke said laws and/or profited from same must not be rewarded for doing so by giving them the ability to stay, permanent residency or even worse, citizenship.

Nope, nope and nope. All of the DACA folks have a nation — but it’s not the United States. They’re citizens of some other country, to which they must return. Once they’ve done so if they so choose they may petition to enter the United States for the purpose of residency via the established and lawful basis, and should be expected to repay, with interest, all of their previously ill-gotten gains.

If they have acquired skills and education while here then on a score-based system they’d actually have an advantage in requesting legal status — from their nation of citizenship.

But not while here — while here they are illegal invaders, whether they knowingly broke the law or not, whether carried by their parent(s) or wildcatting on their own.

The law either must be applied evenly or it is meaningless. Congress neither has a right or an obligation to retroactively change these facts — only prospectively. The administration, for its part, has an obligation to enforce the law — not an option to do so or not, as President Obama asserted. That obligation stands as one of the primary pillars of our Constitution and in fact is an explicit component in the oath that the President, and those who serve in the executive or legislature where oaths are required, take before ascending to the office in question.

DACA must end and those who promote otherwise must be driven from public office and the boardrooms in which they sit. Those firms who profit from and advocate for the intentional violation of Federal immigration law must find the firm and all responsible executives charged under said law as accessories before and after the fact and their companies must have their charters revoked and be disbanded.

Enough.

NO amnesty. By delaying the repeal of DACA for six months, Trump has given Congress an opening to save it. I’m emailing Paul Ryan to tell him NO amnesty. He’s a POS who won’t pay attention unless we beat him over the head with his lies and flip flops. He must be defeated in 2018.

Traditional Marriage: Parents Travel from India to Help Son Beat Wife, say Deputies

You have to love the great Hindu people of India. They’re such strong supporters of TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE.

Remember what your professors told you. All cultures are equal. It’s shocking to think that the fine upstanding Hindus pictured above have been arrested for supporting traditional marriage.

What’s the world coming to? These arrests are racist. Free the Hindus!

Tampa Bay

hree foreign nationals from India were arrested Saturday after deputies found a beaten woman and her child being held inside her home, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies described the woman, 33-year-old Silky Gaind, as “badly beaten and bruised over her entire body” from beatings by her husband and his parents that they say had “been ongoing for an extended period of time.”

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s office said 33- Gaind called her parents in India on Saturday to tell them of the abuse. They then called authorities.

Deputies arrived about 6:30 a.m. Saturday at 9601 Greenbank Drive, the home of the woman and her husband, 33-year-old Devbir Kalsi. Though deputies had confirmed people were inside the home, repeated knocks at the door went unanswered.

Eventually, Gaind tried to open the door and “screamed for the deputy to save her and her child,” the Sheriff’s Office said. A deputy then forced the door open to find Kalsi. When Kalsi tried to push the door closed, the deputy began arresting him before being confronted by the man’s father, Jasbir Kalsi, 67, and mother, Bhupinder Kalsi, 61.

An investigation by the agency found that the parents had traveled from India to “counsel and discipline” Gaind at their son’s request. Devbir Kalsi had told his parents that his wife was being disobedient. While beatings by her husband continued, Gaind was held against her will by his parents.

According to an arrest report, Devbir Kalsi and his wife got into an argument on Friday night, during which he struck her “repeatedly and forcefully.” When the woman tried to defend herself, Devbir Kalsi’s parents began hitting her, too, causing bruises on her face, neck and torso before Jasbir Kalsi threatened to stab her with a kitchen knife, the report said.

During the fight, Gaind was holding her and Devbir Kalsi’s child, who was inadvertently hit in the face before being put in a separate room, the report said. Deputies say Devbir Kalsi later dragged his wife into another room after taking her phone, and his parents locked her inside.

Both Devbir and Jasbir Kalsi face charges of false imprisonment, child abuse and denying access to 911. Devbir Kalsi faces an additional charge of felony battery, and Jasbir Kalsi is accused of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Bhupinder Kalsi faces charges of battery domestic violence and failure to report child abuse.

All three were booked into Hillsborough County jail, where they remain without bond. Gaind and her 1-year-old child, who was found unharmed, have been moved to a safe place, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

I don’t suppose there’s any chance that these perps will be deported after they’ve served their sentences.

Assimilation by the West of the turd world hoards is a pipe dream that nobody can really believe at this point.

Indians aren’t lovingly nicknamed “street sh*tters” for nothing.

AMERICANS TEAR DOWN CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS. HINDUS BUILD MONUMENTS TO SH*T. THAT’S MR. POO IN THE MIDDLE.

Politico: Trump has decided to end DACA, with 6-month delay

It looks like the end for dreamers. This is big if true.

By delaying the start of the termination of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), El Presidente Trump takes a bite out of the firestorm of anger that’s going to take place.

Since Paul Ryan will step in and try to persuade Congress to restore DACA, this gives us a huge opportunity to demonize him: “Mr. Ryan, why are for denying American children their dreams. You’re giving hundreds of thousands of jobs to non-citizens, sir. Why?”

If we get lucky, Mexicans will be joined by the Antifa and riots will break out. If you’re white and older or sickly, don’t wear your MAGA caps out in public for a while. There’s no sense in making yourself a target.

Politico

President Donald Trump has decided to end the Obama-era program that grants work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children, according to two sources familiar with his thinking. Senior White House aides huddled Sunday afternoon to discuss the rollout of a decision likely to ignite a political firestorm — and fulfill one of the president’s core campaign promises.

Trump has wrestled for months with whether to do away with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, known as DACA. He has faced strong warnings from members of his own party not to scrap the program and struggled with his own misgivings about targeting minors for deportation.

Conversations with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who argued that Congress — rather than the executive branch — is responsible for writing immigration law, helped persuade the president to terminate the program, the two sources said, though White House aides caution that — as with everything in the Trump White House — nothing is set in stone until an official announcement has been made.

In a nod to reservations held by many lawmakers, the White House plans to delay the enforcement of the president’s decision for six months, giving Congress a window to act, according to one White House official. But a senior White House aide said that chief of staff John Kelly, who has been running the West Wing policy process on the issue, “thinks Congress should’ve gotten its act together a lot longer ago.”

Trump is expected to announce his decision on Tuesday, and the White House informed House Speaker Paul Ryan of the president’s decision on Sunday morning, according to a source close to the administration. Ryan had said during a radio interview on Friday that he didn’t think the president should terminate DACA, and that Congress should act on the issue.

Neither the White House nor a spokesman for Ryan immediately responded to requests for comment.

The president’s expected announcement is likely to shore up his base, which rallied behind his broader campaign message about the importance of enforcing the country’s immigration laws and securing the border. At the same time, the president’s decision is likely to be one of the most contentious of his early administration, opposed by leaders of both parties and by the political establishment more broadly.

The White House and Congress have tried to pass the issue off on each other – with each arguing that the other is responsible for determining the fate of the approximately 800,000 undocumented immigrants who are benefiting from DACA. Though most Republicans believe that rolling back DACA is a solid legal decision, they are conscious of the difficult emotional terrain. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch joined Ryan in cautioning Trump against rolling back the program.

The president is likely to couch his decision in legalese. Many on the right, even those who support protections for children brought into the country illegally through no fault of their own, argue that DACA is unconstitutional because former President Barack Obama carried it out unilaterally instead of working through Congress.

Some Republican lawmakers, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, have said that Congress needs to pass a law to protect the so-called Dreamers.

“My hope is that as part of this process we can work on a way to deal with this issue and solve it through legislation, which is the right way to do it and the constitutional way to do it,” Rubio told CNN in June.

Trump’s expected decision to scrap DACA represents another challenge for Ryan and fellow congressional Republicans, who are facing an end-of-September deadline to avert a government shutdown and government debt default, while also tackling a Hurricane Harvey relief package and a major tax reform push.

Haha. Score one for Jeff Sessions. Thanks Jeff for persuading Trump to MAGA.

It looks like Ivanka lost the argument this time.

Trump Might Allow Current “Dreamers” to Stay

We’re not interested in splitting hairs or explanations. We want them out on general principle.

End DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Mr. President.

You promised.

Excerpt from the New York Post

President Trump is mulling a split decision on the “Dreamers.”

White House sources say the president is moving toward ending new work permits under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, without changing the status of the roughly 800,000 already enrolled in the program.

A decision on the future of the “Dreamers” is expected Tuesday.
Trump has spent the last week trying to decide what to do with the program started by former President Barack Obama in 2012, which allows young immigrants brought to the country as children to work in the US legally, while shielding them from deportation.

Despite Trump’s strident campaign speeches calling DACA an illegal “amnesty,” the fate of the young people already in the program is a key concern, according to several people familiar with his deliberations.

Ending new permits without scrapping the program altogether could be a compromise to buy time for Congress to provide alternative protection for the Dreamers, who registered after being told they would not be deported.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and other legislators are urging the president to hold off scrapping DACA, to give them time to come up with a legislative solution for those now covered by the program.

“These are kids who know no other country, who are brought here by their parents and don’t know another home. And so I really do believe that there needs to be a legislative solution,” Ryan told a Wisconsin radio station.

Trump’s decision comes as a deadline set by 10 Republican state officials critical of DACA approaches. The group told US Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a June letter they would challenge DACA in court by Sept. 5 if the president didn’t end the program.

We’ll know for sure on Tuesday.

Daily Beast Propaganda: “Mom Deported Because She Didn’t Change Lanes”

MOM HAD TO GO BACK.

Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas was in the United States illegally. The law says that she is subject to deportation. She would have known that. It’s a risk she took. The fact that she dropped four sprogs in the United States is irrelevant. They can go live with her in Mexico if they want.

Daily Beast

The moment that would forever change the lives of Beatriz Morelos, her husband, and their four children came just after noon on July 23, as she drove from work to their home in Painesville, Ohio.
The 33-year-old mother of three girls and a boy was traveling along Interstate 77 when she failed to put an entire lane between her vehicle and an Ohio State Highway Patrol cruiser parked on the shoulder.

Trooper Scott Boyle of the Ohio Patrol, who had graduated from the academy just four months before, responded with a rookie’s zeal and pulled her over. He issued her summons #OHP280747072320171314 for violation of Section 4511.213 of state vehicular law, which requires motorists to “change lanes into a lane that is not adjacent to that of a stationary public safety vehicle.”

That would have been that, but Morelos was an undocumented immigrant. And in Ohio that meant she had been unable to obtain a driver’s license. Boyle arrested her for violation of Section 4510.12, which states that no person “shall operate any motor vehicle upon a public road or highway or any public or private property used by the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking in this state unless the person has a valid driver’s license.”

At 1:15 p.m. the following day, Morelos appeared in Painesville Municipal Court. She pleaded guilty to both charges and was fined $100, along with a list of other costs, including $5 for “legal research,” $15 in “sheriff fees,” and $8 for “special projects.” The total came to $250, and she would have only needed to pay it to return to the modest apartment complex where she lived with her family.

But a computer check had shown that she had been detained in Nogales, Arizona, while illegally crossing the border from Mexico to the United States back in 2000. She had been returned to Mexico in 2001 but soon after had crossed the border again and eventually settled in Painesville. She married David Casillas, who is residing legally in the U.S. on a work visa. Their four children were all American born and are now aged 3 to 13.

LEGALLY, ONLY THE MOM IS NOT AMERICAN.

For 16 years, Morelos and her husband had worked manual jobs that her lawyer, Elizabeth Ford, describes as tasks most Americans would not want to do. Her record shows no encounters with the police other than the traffic stop late last month.

None of that mattered. The Ohio authorities notified ICE, which took Morelos into custody. Morelos, who is also known as Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, was lodged in the ICE holding facility at the Seneca County jail in Tiffin, Ohio, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Painesville.

“On July 24, Beatriz del Carmen Morelos Barajas, an illegally present citizen of Mexico, was arrested by U.S. immigration authorities, following her local arrest in Paynesville, Ohio,” ICE reported in a statement. “Morelos was previously removed from the United States in 2001. ICE has reinstated her previously issued final order of removal, and she will remain in agency custody pending removal from the U.S.”

The reinstatement of the 2001 order meant Morelos would be deported without any further legal proceedings.

“No judge, no case heard,” the attorney, Ford, said.

To make her plight a total nightmare, Morelos was slated to be sent across the border at Nuevo Laredo in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The area is so dangerous that the U.S. State Department has posted an advisory against venturing there.

The nice Mexican lady is back in Mexico, where her husband drove to be with her. The rest of the long propaganda piece at the Daily Beast provides details about how dangerous and horrible Mexico is. Why, it’s downright mean of America to send these poor innocent moms back. That’s the propaganda spiel anyway.

Since Beatriz is a nice lady maybe she can work in Mexico toward stopping the crime and violence. In other words, maybe she can:

MAKE MEXICO GREAT AGAIN!