Have any of you resisters bother to find out what President Trump rejected ?
An immigration reform proposal pitched last week by the pro-amnesty “Gang of Six” senators would cover 14 times as many illegal immigrants as a bill offered by leading House Republicans, according to an analysis by NumbersUSA.
Trump request: 694,000 current DACA enrollees Goodlatte bill: 694,000 current DACA enrollees, who would have no path to citizenship Gang of Six: 3.338 million, based on estimates by the Migration Policy Institute of people who would be eligible for the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act. NumbersUSA estimates that parents of so-called dreamers, who would be eligible for DACA-like protections, would bring the total to 10.014 million. Trump request: Ends family-sponsored immigration. Goodlatte bill: Limits family-based migration to spouses and minor children and establishes renewable non-immigrant visa for parents of U.S. citizens. Gang of Six: Maintains migration and reallocates 26,000 visas reserved for adult children of legal permanent residents to a category of spouses and minor children of permanent residents. Trump request: Ends program that awards about 50,000 green cards each year to people chosen randomly from applicants around the world. Goodlatte bill: Ends program but distributes the green cards to skilled employment-based visa categories. Gang of Six: Keeps half of green cards from present system to people from underrepresented countries and half to people currently living in the United States under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program based on natural or manmade disasters in their home countries. Trump request: A long list of measures such as border wall funding, ending visa overstays, hiring 10,000 more Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, and punishing "sanctuary" jurisdictions. Goodlatte bill: Similar provisions, although with different details. Gang of Six: Funding of $1.591 billion for wall planning and construction, limited to existing fencing; $1.123 billion for other non-wall border security measures.
Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who created DACA in 2012, told CNN on Monday that a shutdown may be a good strategy.
In good faith bargaining one side DOESN’T"T tell lies about the person they would like to deal with . This is just the left posturing to it’s shrinking base !