While it seems that congressional Democrats will never be happy with any bipartisan legislation the Trump Administration proposes, one thing that does appears to be a constant for them, is continuing to revel in past Obama days of “hope and change.”
In looking at The Democratic Party’s Twitter account, you can’t help but notice the glaring “Rise and Organize” slogan with a photo of the Obama’s and a few hundred of his amigos in what appears to be a civil rights march.
After their historic loss to now-President Trump in 2016, the Clinton’s shiny political light had finally darkened, and has now been replaced by the Democratic Party’s new royal family, the Obamas.
But just because they have lost their majorities in the U.S. Congress and the White House, it hasn’t stopped them from pushing their obstructionist and divisive agenda against the Republican-led government.
Donald Trump and Stephen Miller's flimsy facade for limiting legal immigration is just a way to use Dreamers as bargaining chips for their hateful agenda. https://t.co/Rgv6si2oN6
— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) January 28, 2018
Democrats caused the recent government shutdown because they were not content with the bipartisan effort to allow DACA kids to stay in the country legally. Democrats wanted a more vast, blanket form of immigration reform instead of just focusing on kids first.
Republicans called their bluff, and the government reopened.
Democrats will not be happy until full amnesty for illegal immigrants is granted, so it was expected that they latest bipartisan immigration initiative put forth by the Trump Administration is being called nothing less than racist and part of a “hateful agenda.”
Trump’s immigration plan, which is considered as being “amnesty” by some top conservative organizations like Heritage Action, would help fund a border-wall system and paving the road for 1.8 million illegal immigrants to receive citizenship down that very road.
What’s worse, some Democrats are once again pandering for the Hispanic vote by playing the Rent-A-Rican card in taking displaced Hurricane victims from Puerto Rico to the State of the Union address.
This sort of political stunt is the desperate papaya politics that they will used in concert with their usual government queso (cheese in Espanol) handout practices.
Once again, because of the political expediency and thirst for power that drives them, congressional immigrants continue to fail immigrants, both legal and illegal.