Civil Rights Commissioner Takes A Stand Against Latest DACA Attempt – Not Before Trump Gets His Way!

Peter Kirsanow, a member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights says that there should not be any vote on DACA amnesty until there is complete funding for the border wall and legal immigration is cut.

Currently, the United States takes in 1.5 million immigrants every year, with 70% coming from chain migration. That needs to stop along with the diversity lottery which has already produced immigrants who have committed terroristic acts. Kirsanow says that too much immigration hurts American workers, especially young blacks. It also depresses salaries all across the board.

Kirsanow writes to Paul Ryan:

The negative impact of illegal immigration on unskilled and low-skilled American workers has been established by various studies and discussed in numerous hearings, including, but not limited to, a 2008 Commission briefing. The testimony at the briefing indicated that illegal immigration disproportionately affects the wages and employment opportunities of African- American men.

Illegal immigration has a disparate impact on African-American men because these men are disproportionately represented in the low-skilled labor force. The Census Bureau released a report on educational attainment after the Commission issued its report. This report, released in February 2012, found that 50.9 percent of native-born blacks had not continued their education beyond high school. The same report found that 75.5 percent of foreign-born Hispanics had not been educated beyond high school, although it does not disaggregate foreign-born Hispanics who are legal immigrants from those who are illegal immigrants. However, Professor Briggs estimated that illegal immigrants or former illegal immigrants who received amnesty constitute a third to over a half of the total foreign-born population. Foreign-born Hispanics who are in the United States illegally are disproportionately male. African-Americans who have not pursued education beyond high school are also disproportionately male. These poor educational attainment levels usually relegate both African-American men and illegal immigrant men to the same low-skilled labor market, where they must compete against each other for work.

  1. Withhold agreement on any DACA deal until border wall funding is secured.
  2. Withhold agreement on any DACA deal until E-Verify requirements are extended to all U.S. employers.
  3. Withhold agreement on any DACA deal until the RAISE Act is passed by both Houses of Congress.

During the midterm elections, Republicans should force Democrats to explain why they favor illegal aliens over Americans, especially black Americans. That seems a little racist, doesn’t it?