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La Raza whines about Supreme Court blocking Obama’s Illegal Executive Amnesty

 

—– Forwarded Message —– From: Jeff, San Diego

Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2016 10:51 AM Subject: La Raza whines about Supreme Court blocking Obama’s Illegal Executive Amnesty

But La Raza (a subversive front group for the Mexican Government inside the U.S.) is right in pointing out that if Hillary wins, the next Supreme Court will allow ALL illegal mass amnesties for up to 20 million or more illegals hiding in our country, including convicted criminals.  Four radical, far left judges voted today to erase the constitution and allow a king (or queen) to make immigration and amnesty policy.  Luckily we still have 4 good judges that stopped them.  But that goes away forever if we lose in November.

If Hillary wins, Every criminal, terrorist, and alien in the U.S. will be forever protected from deportation and America’s borders will be flooded with millions more illegal aliens in the coming years, effectively destroying our Constitutional Republic forever.  Fully open borders is a key plank in the Communist playbook to destroy our nation.

America First! 

Support Donald Trump with all you’ve got!! 

He may not be perfect, but he will stop the immigration anarchy that is killing our country. 

That is his #1 promise.

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On Behalf Of Laura Vazquez, National Council of La Raza Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2016 9:07 AM To:  Subject: BREAKING: SCOTUS blocks the implementation of DAPA and expanded DACA

National Council of La Raza

 

 

We are deeply disappointed by the Supreme Court’s 4–4 decision today, which keeps DAPA and expanded DACA on hold. The decision ignores decades of legal precedent and disregards the previous uses of discretionary powers by presidents—leaving millions of American families in immigration limbo. We will continue working with allies to explore all legal options available.

While we are dismayed by today’s decision, it does not impact the original DACA program announced in 2012, which was not an issue in this case.

This is a setback for the country and for the millions of American families who have been anxiously awaiting this decision. The best way to respond is to stay involved and participate. Our community knows that a key duty of the president is to nominate federal judges and for the Senate to advise and consent to those nominations. We will continue reminding our community that, by exercising their power at the ballot box, they can help determine who will be making judicial decisions that, with the stroke of a pen, can snatch potential lawful status away from millions.

Onward,

Laura Vazquez

Program Manager, Immigration Initiatives

 

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