Potential Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi flat-out rejected the proposal to fund President Trump’s signature border wall in exchange for a permanent DACA solution Thursday; saying the two issues should not be linked.
Pelosi was speaking with reporters during her weekly press briefing when she was asked if she would consider a joint solution to both major immigration hurdles; saying “they’re two different subjects.”
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“Would you be willing support some degree of wall funding if you got a permanent bona fide solution on DACA?” asked one journalist.
“No,” said Pelosi. “They’re two different subjects.”
DACA DELUSION: Kirsten Gillibrand Says ‘Chain Migration’ is a ‘RACIST SLUR’
New York Senator and possible 2020 presidential hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand continued her crusade against President Trump’s proposed immigration overhaul on Monday; telling television viewers that the term “chain migration” is somehow a “racist slur” against immigrants and foreigners.
Gillibrand was speaking with ‘The View’ when she unloaded on the President’s proposal to provide a pathway to citizenship for nearly 2 million ‘Dreamers’ in exchange for ending “chain migration” and increased funding for his border wall.
“Do you agree with Nancy Pelosi when she says Trump wants to ‘Make America White Again’ and that’s what this is all about?” asked co-host Joy Behar.
“I think a lot of President Trump’s rhetoric is racist. Let’s be very clear: When someone uses the phrase chain migration it is intentional in trying to demonize families, literally trying to demonize families and make it a racist slur, it is not right. We have to change the debate” Gillibrand said.
Watch the New York Senator’s delusional comments above.
DACA DENIED: Arizona BANS ‘Dreamers’ from Receiving In-State College Tuition
University-bound DACA-recipients in Arizona are no longer eligible for in-state college tuition, according to a new ruling from the state’s Supreme Court.
The court’s decision bars ‘Dreamers’ from applying for cheaper fees throughout Arizona’s state universities and community colleges; a common route for DACA-recipients to attend institutions of higher education.
According to Fox News, the unanimous decision will have a dramatic impact on at least 2,000 students and all incoming freshman effective immediately.
“While people can disagree what the law should be, I hope we all can agree that the attorney general must enforce the law as it is, not as we want it to be,” said a statement from the Arizona Attorney General.
The ruling comes as President Trump repeatedly urges Congressional Democrats to pass a permanent solution to DACA; claiming “a deal can be made” on the nearly 800,000 ‘Dreamers’ currently living in the United States.