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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Illegal aliens resent DACA

The San Diego Union-Tribune photo was odd. "Alessandro Negrete, a 35-year-old immigrant who is in the country without legal status, is tired of the spotlight on DACA recipients," the caption read.

He wore a T-Shirt that read, "ICE out of LA."

The president is dividing the illegal aliens.

The better to conquer and deport them.

Much of the focus on Trump giving Congress six months to enact a real DACA has been on the politics among Americans.

But what about the invaders who created this mess? They are separating into camps.

The story began with a profile of "Sam Paredes crossed into the U.S. illegally from Mexico nearly 30 years ago," according to the newspaper.

He's bitter.

"I’m very bitter. These DACA kids definitely have this sense of entitlement. People fought for them and they got DACA and they got their work permit and then they went to sleep, instead of working to fight for the rest of us," Paredes said.

Negrete is angry and resentful.

The report said, "'You think you have it hard?' he angrily told his friend. 'You at least have legal status. For some people like me, my mom and some of my neighbors, we don’t have [that].'"

DACA Karla Estrada told the newspaper, "For months now, everyone has been freaking out. As things have been getting ugly and desperate, the divide between DACA recipients has become more prevalent."

The divide was always there.

Estrada is just now seeing it.

"I truly believe that desperation has led some of us to the degree, I’m hoping, of temporary insanity. They see no other option. They see no other door. It’s very disheartening and sad. We’re supposed to be a united community and we obviously are not," she said.

Monica Showalter at American Thinker wrote a piece on this.

"So illegals are angry at other illegals because some are deemed more worthy than others of amnesty, and the latter have the whole Democratic political machine fighting for them, while the rest get nothing. From the DACA perspective, of course, amnesty for DACA recipients is just the camel's nose under the tent for the broader agenda of open borders and wait-for-the-next-subway next mass amnesty," she wrote.

"But it's likely there's a lot of fury on this front, given that guys like the young man quoted in the piece above, were brought here as children, too, but came in, say, in 1980, missing the 1982 age cutoff, and for reasons unknown, also missed Ronald Reagan's 1986 mass amnesty.

"(Notice how many of the illegals in the piece pose for newspaper photos with the very parents who got them in this dilemma.)

"There are at least 13 million illegals here in the U.S. and DACA covers just roughly 700,000 of them."

President Trump's DACA gambit is working in ways I had not considered.


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  1. Soon they will be turning each other in just to "cut that s.o.b. down to size" and it will be hilarious.

    Everyman for himself and the devil take the hindmost!

    -Mikey NTH

  2. As I was saying 2 years ago, every time Donald Trump was in tactics class during his military school years, he was paying close attention.

  3. "there for their community" is another empty phrase of blah blah. They are ALL in the US to get what they can get economically. Those who wish to become citizens find ways to do so. The rest not so much. The DACA's are especially greedy and want everything given to them. The "activist" branch of DACA's are all about the freebies and very upfront about it. The other illegals came here to work, make money, send it home, save and then retire to little ranchos in Mexico. The DACA's want full "rights" in both Mexico and the US. Legal status of some kind is the golden goose.

    1. Yeah, if there was huge military enlistment, and pride expressed in the US over the years it would be different. But it is simply a set of exploiters and a set of exploited and none who care about "community".

  4. "Divide and Conquer" still works.

  5. It's fun to watch them eat each other. More, please. Faster.

  6. Meanwhile, I STILL haven't a full/satisfactory explanation as to what Nikolas Cruz's legal status is. Can someone help me out here?

    1. Good question. Where is he adopted from?
      Maybe he is another "white hispanic"

    2. Business Insider has a short article that just says "At 19 and without a criminal background and as a US citizen— despite Cruz's disciplinary record at school— all he needed was a few hundred dollars to buy the rifle."

      However, knowing as we do about "journalists" reporting on non-existent "facts" that they just know are true, I'd take that report with a mountain of salt.

      Also, there's the fact that if Cruz wasn't a legal US citizen, the media would bury that fact forever, and dispute any report to the contrary.

      It might be better to listen to some Simon & Garfunkle: "The Sounds of Silence" is a very good album!

  7. “President Trump's DACA gambit is working in ways I had not considered.”

    There ought to be a corollary to Surber’s Law (“Never bet against Donald Trump”), and that corollary would be “Never assume you’ve seen all Trump’s ruses”.

    1. How about, "Trump is always 15 moves ahead." -- BJ54

    2. There is a simple solution. Upon identifying an illegal alien, send them back. If they return a second time, execution. If someone is caught hiring an illegal alien, renting to one, or providing benefits of any kind to one, fines and jail time. Adios! - Elric

  8. wasn't there 13 million illegals back in the 90's? I seem to recall that there were around 30 million nowadays

  9. The phrase "in the country without legal status" in the photo caption goes beyond spin into outright lying. The man is not without legal status. His status is "illegal" since it is against the law for foreigners to move to this country without going through the immigration process. Also the word "immigrant" is inaccurate, since, again, in order to be an immigrant you have to come into the country through immigration. The dude's an invader.