Lindsey Graham and His Establishment Minions are Pushing for Amnesty

Conservative commentator and Immigration Patriot Lou Dobbs recently covered a story on his show dealing with Republican Senators’ devious plan to pass amnesty.

Senators Thom Tillis, James Lankford, and Lindsey Graham are teaming up to craft a Senate version of a massive amnesty bill that passed the House last year.

Rosemary Jenks, government relations director of Numbers USA, which is speaking out against this bill, informed Daniel Horowitz, the Senior Editor of Conservative Review, that those three Senators are working on an amnesty bill to put on President Donald Trump’s desk.

According to Conservative HQ, a publication under the leadership of long-time conservative operative Richard Viguerie, Tillis is expected to be the chief sponsor in the Senate and Vice President Pence’s PAC is rumored to be backing this bill.

Tillis has publicly supported the bill and has met with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, in addition to other GOP senators, in an effort to drum up support for this bill.

Last December, House Democrats greenlit the deviously-named Farm Workforce Modernization Act (H.R. 5038).

Horowitz breaks down what this bill does:

In plain English, it grants amnesty to every illegal alien in this country who claims to have worked at least part-time for agriculture and creates an unlimited agriculture guest worker program for the future to bring in millions of low-skilled workers.

Additionally, Horowitz calls attention to other costs that accompany this bill:

The cultural and fiscal costs are never factored in. It permanently tethers green cards for people coming in on these H-2 visas to the condition of working in agriculture for 10 years, creating an indentured servant model that, as Mark Krikorian observes, will prevent farms from ever modernizing and mechanizing their process because of the boundless flow of cheap labor.

The Senior Editor for Conservative Review drew a parallel between the amnesty of 1986, where 2.7 million illegal aliens, of which 1.1 million were employed in the agricultural sector, were allowed to the stay in the U.S. under the condition that future illegal immigration would be prevented.

However, D.C. had other plans. Now sanctuary cities are running amok, illegal alien employment is still present, and the border remains porous.

Horowitz leaves his readers with a fair warning:

The lesson for conservatives is we need to get to Trump before the swamp does. Otherwise, what is waiting for us on the other side of a victorious November election won’t be very victorious for the people who most ardently support the president.

If Republicans don’t get serious about containing mass migration, they will be on the path to irrelevance thanks to multiple decades of migrant voting trends.

This is one doomsday scenario that can still be avoided.

Let’s hope GOP leadership gets the memo.