They play the game better

You have to tip your cap to the leftist traitors.  They simply do a better job getting their points across, and even while a minority still control the bitches in Congress on the so-called right.  More capitulation, treason, and cowardice from the RINOs.  Via Fox News:

House Republicans have revised the compromise bill to include a provision loosening rules that now limit the amount of time minors can be held to 20 days. Under the legislation, children could be detained with their parents for extended periods.

The revised provision also would give the Department of Homeland Security the authority to use $7 billion in border technology funding to pay for family detention centers, said a House Republican source.

Fact: it is not our fault that children are being separated by their parents.  It is entirely on the parent’s who break the law and bring their children into this dangerous situation.  The left has spun this to perfection, putting these coward RINOs on their heals backpedaling and scrambling to revise this as if it’s our problem.  Yes, loosen the rules, that’ll show ’em!  Even better, let’s take money away from border technology funding to pay for family detention centers so these poor invaders can stay together.  Pure lunacy.

Paul Ryan and his dogshit bill need to go.  Congressman Jim Jordan, a far more reasonable man trying to stick to his word, has got it right.  Via Breitbart:

The House will vote on two immigration bills this week, an amnesty bill supported by Speaker Paul Ryan and the Trump-endorsed bill sponsored by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA).

The Ohio Republican then explained why conservatives support the Goodlatte bill over the Ryan amnesty bill, saying that “it’s the one that done with what’s consistent with the election. It says it will build the border security wall, end chain migration, stop the visa lottery, deal with sanctuary cities, reform the asylum law — right down the list of everything we know needs to happen and move to a merit-based [immigration system] and then we will deal with the DACA population.”

As for the Ryan bill, Jordan said, “I think they deal some good things on border security, I don’t think they go far enough with what we told the American people we were going to do. That’s the fundamental thing, that we keep our word and do what we can and campaigned on. That’s Chairman Goodlatte’s legislation.”

Congressman Jordan continued, “The Speaker’s legislation does not deal with sanctuary cities, doesn’t have E-Verify, and frankly doesn’t deal with the chain migration issue in the thorough way that I think it should be dealt with in Chairman Goodlatte’s legislation. It also says that the DACA population is expanded from those who just signed up for the DACA deferred action back when President Obama issued the executive order. … It has some good things in it but I don’t think it’s consistent with the full mandate that we told the American people we were going to do if they made Donald Trump and put Republicans in control of the House and the Senate.”

“It never hurts to keep your promises and keep your word,” the former House Freedom Caucus chairman said.

We’ll see how this all shakes out.  President Trump seems to be sticking to his guns, and God bless him for it.  Again, they’ve totally spun this in their favor.  The momentum needs to be shifted back on the fact that these are INVADERS plain and simple.  The vast majority of them are falsely seeking asylum.  True compassion is protecting our border to protect our citizens.  Many of whom have been raped and killed by people who shouldn’t have been here in the first place.

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