First things . . . Richard Falknor on 14 Dec 2015 12:42 pm
“The omnibus would put the U.S. on a path to approve admission for hundreds of thousands of migrants from a broad range of countries with jihadists movements over the next 12 months, on top of all the other autopilot annual immigration – absent language to reduce the numbers.” —senators Jeff Sessions & Richard Shelby
This week the Congressional Republican Leadership plans a vote on a giant “omnibus” appropriations measure to bankroll the Federal government through next September 30!
Today Politico’s Huddle reports—
“Negotiations continued throughout the weekend on a massive government funding deal lawmakers need to clinch this week. Technically the deadline is Wednesday, but it’s highly likely Congress passes another short-term funding measure to give the Senate time to pass any deal that emerged from the still ongoing negotiations. Sources famil[iar] with the talks said staff for Republican and Democratic appropriators, along with leadership, are ‘making significant progress’ and a deal could come together shortly. But big issues on riders and levels of appropriations still exist.”(Highlighting Forum’s.)
Importantly, last Thursday senator Jeff Sessions, in discussing Syrian refugees warned, “It’s going to be jammed through!” (Click here.)
Last Friday constitution defender Sessions and his colleague Richard Shelby urged (click here)–
“Congress must cancel the President’s blank refugee check and put Congress back in charge of the program. We cannot allow the President to unilaterally decide how many refugees he wishes to admit, nor continue to force taxpayers to pick up the tab for the tens of billions of unpaid-for welfare and entitlement costs. The omnibus would put the U.S. on a path to approve admission for hundreds of thousands of migrants from a broad range of countries with jihadists movements over the next 12 months, on top of all the other autopilot annual immigration – absent language to reduce the numbers.” (Highlighting Forum’s.)
The two senators recommended instead–
“A provision to deny the expenditure of grant funds in the omnibus legislation for Sanctuary Cities
A provision to deny the expenditure of funds to issue visas to countries that refuse to repatriate criminal aliens
A provision to prevent the expenditure of any funds on immigration programs that waive in-person interviews
A provision to withhold refugee resettlement funds until Congress passes a joint resolution to authorize refugee resettlement, ending the President’s unilateral refugee power”
Refugee-resettlement expert Ann Corcoran detailed what appears to us to be our Deep State’s larger goal –– click on her Obama Task Force on New Americans: Changing America by ‘seeding’ migrants in towns everywhere–
“Obama is changing America by changing the people! You might even say he is ‘colonizing’ America!
And, they are doing it by changing the language as well!
Update March 2: Learn about another participant in the plan—New Americans Campaign, here.
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“It is not just Obama!
Finally, remember this “seeding” concept has been going on for decades through Presidents of both parties as the US State Department and its contractors (all nine are progressive, six of them represent the ‘religious Left’) have been seeding communities with refugees — see our post just this week about how over 60 towns in Minnesota have been ‘salted’ (I should have said ‘seeded!’) with Somalis. Obama is just taking it to a new level.
By the way, I will bet the contractors*** were on that Task Force on New Americans conference call too!
Speaking of language—you are a racist if you don’t want to be replaced!
Again, they control the language: If you aren’t ‘welcoming’ then that means to them you are unwelcoming = racist, redneck, xenophobic, nativist boob. Such language sends most good people running for cover. Or, in the case of politicians, especially Republican ones, they virtually wet their pants out of fear while Obama and the progressives move forward with their agenda of replacing you.” (Highlighting Forum’s.)
What — then — should be done?
- The Congress must move the current extension until mid-January so sensible immigration fixes can be added and so that members will have at least a week to review the provisions of this giant measure before voting on it. Blind legislating of this scope under Christmas “deadlines” is simply indefensible.
- Readers who don’t want to be overwhelmed by Shariah-adherent and assimilation-resistant refugees should talk bluntly and right now to their House GOP members who plan to go along with the Ryan Leadership on immigration: we’ll bring up your record at every Republican county committee meeting we attend; we’ll confront volunteers for your reelection campaign on your position; we’ll picket your district offices; we’ll put your porous-border votes on local overpass media; and we’ll seek not just a primary opponent but even explore finding an independent conservative candidate to challenge you.
Civility, yes; “nice”, no longer.