Immigration Headlines – Dec 2, 2015

Supreme Court Won’t Extend Filing Deadline in Suit Against Obama Deadline

“The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Texas’s request for a 30-day extension to file its opening brief on President Barack Obama’s deferred-deportation program, in a move that leaves open the possibility the high court will rule on the plan next year. The justices gave Texas an eight-day delay, heeding calls from the Obama administration to keep the case on track for a potential decision by the end of the court’s term in June. The administration is seeking review after a federal appeals court blocked the program,” Bloomberg News says.

Sanders Announces Big Amnesty Plan

“Last Tuesday Bernie Sanders announced a sweeping proposal for a “humane” immigration agenda, including a plan to temporarily shield as many as 9 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. The platform includes policy proposals for handling refugees (the vilified foreigners du jour) and a commitment to affirm and expand upon President Obama’s executive action for undocumented immigrants,” The Nation says.

Zuckerberg Group Announces New Amnesty Ad Push

“The Mark Zuckerberg-backed group that spent tens of millions on a failed bid for immigration reform is reigniting its efforts for the 2016 election. is launching a multi-pronged campaign that could spend as much as $10 million over the next year on digital and TV ads, research and polling, according to plans first shared with POLITICO. The initiative includes an expansion of its ground operation into 12 states, focusing on presidential battlegrounds and targeted House seats held by Republicans,” Politico reports.

Limbaugh: New Information on Refugees

“So Dr. Carson goes on and talks to ‘em, and he says most of them have told him they don’t want to come here. They want to stay in their home country. They’d rather be able to go back home. Home is home, folks. I don’t care where you’re from, home is home. I don’t care where you go, you always look forward to getting back home. Well, there are exceptions to everything, but it’s pretty much standard human behavior. And it makes perfect sense to me. Regarding all of this, the border, some incredible news about borders and immigration from all over the place,” said Rush Limbaugh.

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  2. avatar Kyle says:

    Only in Obama’s world would home be in another nation, but then he’s attuned to that. When will this degenerate be out of our lives for good?

  3. avatar Leland says:

    Last summer Bernie Sanders said about open borders: “there is no question in my mind that that would substantially lower wages in the country”. But what’s the difference between his proposals and open borders? He says local police depts. should not turn over illegals for deportation, he says no one should be deported unless they committed a major crime, he says his citizenship plan for these lawbreakers should not depend on a secure border, and he does not address the fact that almost half of illegals overstay a visa and he would do nothing about it.

    In short, everything he proposes is guaranteed to encourage further illegal entry and beyond that, he is promising that foreigners can feel free to ignore the laws that US citizens are required to obey. If you try to steal someone else’s identity and use it illegally, you go to jail, but foreigners get promised citizenship. A revolting display of pandering for votes.