Close examination of Clinton’s immigration policies reveal alarming open-border positions.
A review of Clinton’s stated positions on the issue suggests she is perhaps the most extreme candidate on immigration ever to run for the office of the U.S. Presidency. (Brietbart News)
Hillary has vowed to enact amnesty within her first 100 days in office. As NBC reported on Monday, “If elected, the former secretary of state has promised to build on President Obama’s executive actions and introduce comprehensive immigration reform during her first 100 days in office.”
According to a report from the Heritage Foundation, full amnesty for the illegal immigrant population will cost U.S. taxpayers $6.3 trillion.
Freezing Deportations: “Clinton’s pledge not to deport any illegal immigrants except violent criminals and terrorists represents a major break from President Obama, and it could vastly increase the number of people who would be allowed to stay in the country.” (Washington Post)
Clinton says the U.S. border is SECURE: Clinton said during a March CNN/Univision Democratic debate: “We enhanced the border security. That part of the work is done… Everybody who I know who has looked at it says it is OK. We have a secure border. There’s no need for this rhetoric and demagoguery that still is carried out on the Republican side. You’ve run out of excuses. Let’s move to comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship.”
Highlights on Clinton’s immigration reform positions from her website include: (Clinton’s Website)
Fight for comprehensive immigration reform with a path to full and equal citizenship. Her website states: “As president, Hillary will fight for comprehensive immigration reform that provides a full and equal path to citizenship, treats every person with dignity, upholds the rule of law, protects our borders and national security, and brings millions of hardworking people into the formal economy.”
Defend Obama’s executive actions that provide relief from deportation for Dreamers… and their parents. Her website states: “If Congress continues its refusal to act on comprehensive immigration reform, Hillary will put in place a simple, straightforward, accessible system for parents of DREAMers and others with a history of service and contribution to their communities to be able to make their case and be eligible for deferred action as well.”
Promote Naturalization. In reference to the estimated 9 million green card holders in the U.S., Hillary vows to do more to help them become U.S. citizens, including waiving the application fee so more people can get a break on costs, as well as providing access to language programs to help them learn English.
Support immigrant integration. Clinton pledges to create a new office, the “Office of Immigrant Affairs” to manage special services to immigrants and provide $15 million in new grant funding for community organizers and legal service providers to help welcome immigrants and get them settled into their new communities and offer support to apply for citizenship, education and workforce training.
Significantly increase federal resources for adult English language education and citizenship education.
Expand access to affordable health care to all families – regardless of immigrant status.
End family detention and close private immigrant detention centers.
Clinton has also called for EXPANDED REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT OF MIDDLE EASTERNERS INTO THE USA
“Last year Clinton called for admitting 65,000 Syrian refugees—on top of the roughly 30,000 refugees and asylees the U.S. already admits from the Middle East each year. Adding in refugees from across the Muslim world, this means that under Clinton’s plan, the U.S. would admit at least 105,000 thousand refugees from the Muslim world annually.” (Brietbart News)
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