It would seem in America that members of Congress would want the laws that they pass to be enforced by the executive branch of government, whose duty it is to enforce said laws. That’s the way the system is supposed to work.
But the Democrat Party, anxious to import new voters from foreign countries to replace the voters they’re losing in America — as they’ve reduced themselves to the party of coastal elites and perverts under eight years of Obama — are now threatening the head of the Department of Homeland Security to NOT enforce immigration laws.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly made this shocking announcement on Thursday, revealing that certain members of Congress have tried to “threaten me and my officers.”
Secretary Kelly said at a press briefing regarding sanctuary cities legislation:
“I am offended when members of this institution exert pressure and often threaten me and my officers to ignore the laws they make and I am sworn to uphold.”
“DHS does not make the laws, Congress does,” Kelly, who was a retired Marine Corps general before being appointed to the position by President Trump reminded. “And we will enforce the laws passed by Congress,” he declared.
Unfortunately, Kelly did not name names. He should have. But we can assume the members are from the Democrat Party, the party who supports open borders, amnesty, and illegal immigration, all funded by anti-American globalist billionaire George Soros. And we can assume that Democrat leadership in the House and Senate, likely Nancy Pelosi San Francisco and Chuck Schumer from New York, led these unAmerican threats.
If we had a real press in America, this story would be non-stop until the culprits are identified and hammered into oblivion. Even if it’s not Pelosi and Schumer, they should be grilled — making them disavow such behavior.
I would start with the question, “Ms. Pelosi, should a member of Congress who tries to bully the head of the Department of Homeland Security to not enforce laws be removed from office?”
They should be outed and investigated — exposed for the American voters to determine if they’d like them re-elected in 2018.