A politically ambitious (or genuinely courageous representative of Heritage America) attaches a ‘poison pill‘ amendment to the forthcoming DACA amnesty legislation Paul Ryan, his quisling band of cucks, and Democrats are currently working together to craft. This poison pill amendment expands amnesty to family members of “dreamers”.
It immediately bumps the estimated number of amnesty recipients from 800,000 to multiple millions, which will become multiple millions more if the legislation is enacted.
Why not go all the way and amnesty all 11+ million illegals?
Because that’s a bridge too far. Democrats will be able to convincingly tell their voters that the amendment was intended to make the bill fail as they vote against its inclusion. Cucks will jump at the opportunity to position themselves as stately moderates who just want to help the poor kiddies–many of whom are older than I, a father of two, am–without rewarding millions who broke the law, and so they too will vote against the amendment.
Additionally, House rules require that riders be relevant to the legislation under consideration. Dealing with family members of those directly effected will meet that requirement. A blanket amnesty may not.
Limiting it to the family members of dreamers will make it too risky for Democrats to vote against the amendment. Juan’s parents, who risked so much to give him a shot at the American Dream, are going to be deported just as he’s achieving it?! That’s a record begging for a primarying, disqualification from aspirations of higher office, the ire of activist groups, unions, celebrities, etc.
Moreover, many Democrats will think the congressman who attached it too clever by half and think the expanded amnesty will pass. A vulnerability of the left is its tendency to overextend itself. That’s begging to be exploited here.
Cucks supporting the amnesty already having thrown in with their donors and against their voters will find it difficult to reject the inclusion of such an amendment that promises to “keep families together”. Some will vote it down anyway, but it won’t matter because the combination of Democrats and immigration patriots voting to include it will be enough to override them.
A veteran of over ten years in these amnesty fights, I’m cautiously optimistic that the DACA amnesty will be snuffed out as is. More than double the numbers eligible for it and that optimism becomes totally unguarded.
Parenthetically, the word “amnesty” is one of the few incantations the right has at its disposal that strikes fear into the hearts of congress critters, especially those with Rs next to their names. Cast it freely in the coming months.
We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies. No DACA amnesty.