Can A General Amnesty Be Stopped By Republicans With Democrats Controlling The Federal Government?

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Can A General Amnesty Be Stopped By Republicans With Democrats Controlling The Federal Government?

By Dave Levine

It’s a nightmare scenario come to fruition: Commie Democrats controlling all branches of the federal government led by a senile fool who has promised a General Amnesty for 50 to 60 million illegal aliens living among us. Latinos vote 70 to 80 percent for Democrats. Adding 50 million aliens to Democrats means the GOP is finished. This is why RINOs pushing Amnesty are viewed as “politically suicidal” by Conservatives  Why vote for something that will permanently destroy you and your party?

The answer in the past has been, obviously, the Chamber of Commerce. In the past, a Republican couldn’t get elected to a state or national position without kissing up to the CoC. But the CoC has in many cases abandoned the GOP with the rise of Donald Trump and his base. The CoC now backs many Democrat candidates.

For the next two years, the Republican party is down by 10 seats in the House and is tied in the Senate, meaning Harris is the tie-breaker for legislation voted on party lines. Therefore, the only way that Amnesty–something RINO Senators like Romney, Graham, Collins and Portman have wanted for years–can be stopped is by scaring the RINOs into voting against it AND turning ONE Democrat Senator against his party. Who might that Democrat Senator be–Manchin?

The Top 7 “moderate” Democrat Senators are the following: Manchin, Donnelly, Heitkamp, Tester, McCaskill, Jones and Nelson. Of these, Manchin seems like the most likely to oppose his party on Amnesty. Pressure needs to be put on Sen. Manchin to vote against Amnesty over the next two years.

Here is an article from 2018 factchecking Sen. Manchin’s position on Amnesty. He supported DACA. But a General Amnesty IS NOT DACA! DACA would legalize 4 to 6 million illegals; a General Amnesty would legalize 50 to 60 million.

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