The Unholy Democrat — Republican Alliance

The unholy Democrat — Republican alliance is flooding America with unskilled workers, some of whom are vicious criminals. Some are member of MS-13.  The Democrats see opportunity for millions of new voters  and the Chamber of Commerce wants cheap labor. Republicans want to keep the campaign cash flowing in from  these business donors. The so-called “moderate” Republicans are willing to  make the rest of us suffer mass immigration of people who will contribute little but their unskilled labor and, in all too many cases, their criminal depredation, so long as it keeps their donors happy. It amounts to a resurrection of Tammany Hall when Boss Tweed held the political power of immigrant votes to build a corrupt machine in New York City. The new machine built on illegal immigration won’t be limited to a few large cities. It will rule over America. That is, until the music stops, at it surely will.

Why the Leadership of Both Parties is Lax on Illegal Immigtration.

When then-candidate Donald Trump announced his presidential bid in 2016, he did so with a bang. Right out of the gate, he took on one of the deepest and long-simmering dysfunctions in our republic—illegal immigration.

Never one for subtlety when an opportunity for the dramatic presents itself, Trump used what some found to be incendiary rhetoric referencing Mexicans, drugs, rape, and criminality. Ever since, this important discussion is punctuated by the claim from the Left that “people can’t be illegal,” despite the fact that the term “illegal” refers only to immigration status which can, of course, be illegal. The point of that discussion-ending appeal to emotion is to insinuate that any human arguing against illegal immigration lacks compassion and that the Right rejects our shared and immigration-rich history, is therefore unpatriotic, and that any desire for secure borders is fundamentally based on racism.

This kind of idiocy serves only to anger all parties so that there is rarely any real scrutiny of the illegal immigration reality in this country. The issue is growing worse daily and we need to accept certain facts. First and foremost we must accept that illegal immigration is, in fact, illegal and that this is a problem. People who are not coming here through legal channels are breaking our laws. This is an exercise in the obvious. Our nation, like all nations, has a set of immigration laws that were designed to protect its citizenry from those who would not be additive to our society, might harm our citizens, or don’t demonstrate sufficient potential to be happy here among us.

America is a welcoming land, full of promise. One does not need to be the kind of entrepreneurial soul capable of founding an electric car company, or to serve in our military, or to become an expert in our history to come to America. But if one does come to this country, it is important that he loves it, understands what it represents, and does his best to make it better in whatever way God has made him able.

When an individual, regardless of the circumstances, breaks the immigration laws of this country, his immigrant status is illegal and he is an illegal alien. Calling it something other than illegal denigrates the value and importance of law in our society and, after all, one of the defining aspects of America that made it such a desirable destination for so many immigrants is our respect for the rule of law against the rule of men.

Now we’ve arrived at this point as a country with illegal immigration because of an unholy and bipartisan alliance among certain members within the Republican and Democratic parties that allow and encourage it for their own selfish interests—and to the direct detriment of their fellow party members and countrymen.

We saw this play out with the Tammany Hall machine in the 1800s. That machine harnessed the political power of immigrant votes to build a machine of enormous corruption. It was aided by business interests that viewed the relatively straightforward ease of simple bribery as a welcome and efficient alternative to the messy, slow and red tape-laden effort associated with any legal political effort.

A harsh day of reckoning is coming if the unholy alliance is successful in keeping our Southern border porous for any and all. At some point more cheap unskilled labor will no longer be needed. When that happens America will become a gargantuan welfare state to feed all the unskilled who no  longer have any way to support themselves.

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