House Democrats work to open America's doors to criminal foreigners

Thursday night, the phrase "New Way Forward Act" suddenly began to pop up on conservative Twitter accounts.  A little investigation revealed that Tucker Carlson, on his Thursday night show, did a segment on the New Way Forward Act, which is a proposed immigration bill currently pending in the House.

The bill, which Tucker says is roughly the length of the U.S. Constitution, seeks to rewrite America's immigration laws so as to subordinate the rights of law-abiding American citizens to criminal aliens, whether those aliens came here legally or illegally.  It will destroy America as we know it.  Significantly, the media have said nothing about it.  This is strange, considering the bill's high profile in the House.

The bill's sponsors are vocal members of the Progressive class — Jesús "Chuy" García (IL-04), Pramila Jayapal (WA-07), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), and Karen Bass (CA-37) — and its supporters include Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  In other words, the Squad is on it.  All told, a third of the House Democrats support the bill.

And just how extreme is the bill?  It does away with all border enforcement, stops the deportation of immigrants who have engaged in serious felonies or acts of moral turpitude, and allows immigration judges to step in and oversee federal criminal trials.  The most shocking thing, though, is that, when it comes to criminals already deported over the last twenty years for serious felonies or acts of moral turpitude, the bill requires that American taxpayers pay the billion or so dollars needed to bring all 480,000 of them back to America.

Tucker's video explaining the law is slightly over 13 minutes long, but every minute of it is worth watching:

The reality is that the bill currently doesn't have any chance of becoming law during 2020.  It probably will not pass in the House, and it certainly won't pass in the Senate.  And if, by some bizarre concatenation of circumstances, it did pass in the Senate, Trump would veto it.  But here are two things to think about, both of which concern the upcoming election in November:

1. If the Democrats were to take Congress and the White House, this bill could well become law.  The same Democrat presidential candidates who want to have open borders and provide free health care for illegal aliens will be perfecting happy to add in non-American criminals.

2. This bill is a slap in the face to those law-abiding people, both citizens and non-citizens, who have to share their communities with the new protected class of criminal foreigners.  It's not the bill's sponsors or supporters who have to share an apartment building with the child-molester who can't be sent away or have to hope their children won't be shot dead by the MS-13 gang member who's been flown back to America on the taxpayers' dime.  Instead, it's inner-city people — often minorities — who are going to find themselves at the mercy of criminals who were once sent back to the places from whence they came.

That last point is the reason the mainstream media are completely silent about this bill.  The bill makes it completely clear that the Democrats have no interest in their traditional supporters, especially African-Americans and Hispanic Americans.  They expect votes from these groups but have nothing to offer them but pain and poverty.

It's time to get the word out about this bill, not because it can become law this year, but because it shows that the Democrats have moved on to a new voting population, one they import from abroad and one, moreover, that's shown by its past acts that it's unafraid to use brute force to help carry out the agenda of its political protectors.

Thursday night, the phrase "New Way Forward Act" suddenly began to pop up on conservative Twitter accounts.  A little investigation revealed that Tucker Carlson, on his Thursday night show, did a segment on the New Way Forward Act, which is a proposed immigration bill currently pending in the House.

The bill, which Tucker says is roughly the length of the U.S. Constitution, seeks to rewrite America's immigration laws so as to subordinate the rights of law-abiding American citizens to criminal aliens, whether those aliens came here legally or illegally.  It will destroy America as we know it.  Significantly, the media have said nothing about it.  This is strange, considering the bill's high profile in the House.

The bill's sponsors are vocal members of the Progressive class — Jesús "Chuy" García (IL-04), Pramila Jayapal (WA-07), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), and Karen Bass (CA-37) — and its supporters include Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  In other words, the Squad is on it.  All told, a third of the House Democrats support the bill.

And just how extreme is the bill?  It does away with all border enforcement, stops the deportation of immigrants who have engaged in serious felonies or acts of moral turpitude, and allows immigration judges to step in and oversee federal criminal trials.  The most shocking thing, though, is that, when it comes to criminals already deported over the last twenty years for serious felonies or acts of moral turpitude, the bill requires that American taxpayers pay the billion or so dollars needed to bring all 480,000 of them back to America.

Tucker's video explaining the law is slightly over 13 minutes long, but every minute of it is worth watching:

The reality is that the bill currently doesn't have any chance of becoming law during 2020.  It probably will not pass in the House, and it certainly won't pass in the Senate.  And if, by some bizarre concatenation of circumstances, it did pass in the Senate, Trump would veto it.  But here are two things to think about, both of which concern the upcoming election in November:

1. If the Democrats were to take Congress and the White House, this bill could well become law.  The same Democrat presidential candidates who want to have open borders and provide free health care for illegal aliens will be perfecting happy to add in non-American criminals.

2. This bill is a slap in the face to those law-abiding people, both citizens and non-citizens, who have to share their communities with the new protected class of criminal foreigners.  It's not the bill's sponsors or supporters who have to share an apartment building with the child-molester who can't be sent away or have to hope their children won't be shot dead by the MS-13 gang member who's been flown back to America on the taxpayers' dime.  Instead, it's inner-city people — often minorities — who are going to find themselves at the mercy of criminals who were once sent back to the places from whence they came.

That last point is the reason the mainstream media are completely silent about this bill.  The bill makes it completely clear that the Democrats have no interest in their traditional supporters, especially African-Americans and Hispanic Americans.  They expect votes from these groups but have nothing to offer them but pain and poverty.

It's time to get the word out about this bill, not because it can become law this year, but because it shows that the Democrats have moved on to a new voting population, one they import from abroad and one, moreover, that's shown by its past acts that it's unafraid to use brute force to help carry out the agenda of its political protectors.