3 Reasons To Oppose DACA Re-Amnesty (AKA The DREAM Act And The BRIDGE Act Amnesties); I Added A Fourth Reason That’s Even More Important
The above is my version of title by Neil Munro at Breitbart.
Neil Munro writes a superb piece on reasons to oppose The DREAM Act Amnesty and The BRIDGE Act Amnesty bills in the House and Senate.
But he left out THE most important reason: the crimes illegal aliens commit against Americans, in particular DUI killings and murders.
Back on November 28, 2006, WND’s Joe Farah posted a report on how many Americans have died at the hand of illegals titled “Illegal Aliens Murder 12 Americans Daily” quoting a piece written by Rep. Steve King (R-IA).
But King also stated that 13 Americans are killed daily by DUI illegal aliens in auto accidents! That’s about 9,000 Americans killed by illegals every year. But that was back in 2006 before there were 50 to 70 million illegals in the U.S.
We can therefore assume that the unnecessary American deaths figure is much higher today (well over 9,000) with 20 to 25 million more illegals in our country since 2006.
Whether one believes these figures, there is no doubt that many American lives are lost every day to illegal aliens, not to mention the many rapes, child molestations and other crimes committed by illegals against Americans–not to mention the massive document fraud (stolen American IDs and fake IDs) committed by illegals. Illegal immigration is a serious problem that Amnesty will not fix!
There was a story from Hollie McKay at Fox News on March 30, 2016 that stated
“As many as 7,500 Americans — 20 per day — are killed annually by unlicensed drivers and Rosenberg calculates that more than half are the victims of illegal immigrants.”
There are thus at least 4 good reasons to oppose DACA, a program that was/is ripe with fraud and abuse, and to oppose a legalized DACA which is what the two DREAM Acts HR 3440 and S.1615, The RAC Act (Rep. Curbelo’s) and The BRIDGE Act (Rep. Coffman’s) are! That’s right, there are FOUR (4) DREAM Acts in Congress currently.
Read about those acts here.