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"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 600 WREC

"News. I'm J T and joining us now Ray from the Federation of American Immigration Reform for an update and What's happening with the president in the courts, Dave Good morning. Welcome in a J. Nobody hope you had a great night. Long extended weekend. Yeah. Great Fourth of July weekend. Thanks. You too, buddy. Well, we recently saw, you know, I mean, the president. A couple of major immigration winds from the courts. The US Supreme Court also, you know, weighing in on the asylum seeker is not gonna be ableto challenge their removal from the country. But if they you know, are fearful of going back to their Country of origin where he could face persecution. So that was a win there. But what's going what's going on now, with this federal judge ruling you know asylum seekers can you know country shop again? Well, it's really bloated Trump Administration. If you recall last May may have 2019 that is, you know, we had caravan's coming up from Central America and people were just pushing for you know, political asylum is away, too. You know, kind of fuel, the catch and release phenomenon. And so the Trump Administration put in what's called a safe third country rule. Which means if you Somebody from Central America who claims to be fleeing your your persecution from your government. The first safe country, you step foot. In other words, as soon as you leave your country, the next country you're in that is the country where you have to ask for political asylum, and it's very consistent with international law keeps People from asylum shopping if you will on and this is one of the things that really help tamp down on the widespread asylum abuse, people were coming up from Guatemala and Honduras walking all the way through Mexico. Which is a safe country if they're going persecution in their home countries and then asking for asylum in the United States. So this stop that for a while now, this judge instructed down in the Trump administration is gonna have to appeal. Wait, but I thought the Supreme Court had a vote of 72. That would say that the asylum seekers are not gonna be able to challenge their removal from the country. This's once they've been ruled to be removed. Ah, then they can't challenge it. But this is the rule that said, if you pass through Ah, a country before you know, other than the United States before you get to the United States yet. Fast for asylum there. So that was a kind of a step before that, Okay, I got you and the other Goodwin, though, for the president recently was, you know his executive order Private Tory's proprietary prion. Prioritising right. There we go. You know, the unemployed Americans, you know, are first in line when it comes to these jobs, you know, instead of all these other workers coming from abroad. Well, absolutely, You know the whole thing about when, when the president did his executive order putting a pause on immigration in April because of some Heavy lobbying from certain parts of his administration that had the era big business. They allowed, Uh, guest workers to continue this most recent executive order put the brakes on guest worker programs, ensuring that the roughly I think it's about 19.5 million Americans remain unemployed due to the upheaval from the Corona virus. And that that our own citizens will have first dibs at those jobs. Remember J t. These are not just dishwashers who were laid off jobs. These were some of the highest skilled people in the country all the way down to your basic farm jobs and construction workers. So this was a huge win for the American worker, and there's no need. Guest worker admissions are suspended through the end of the year. In so much goodness here when it comes to the cooperation with ice quickly. This looks like the numbers air really going up in favor of ice cooperation. Yeah, we've always said the state Local cooperation is critical when it comes to immigration enforcement, because you know the state and local cops are really our force multipliers. They're the eyes. And ears on the ground because there's only only 6000 ice officers across the whole country. And there's many, many more state and local police officers. So ah little program that they have called the Tu ETI C jet to 87 g program. Trains state and local officers into in immigration enforcement, and that programme has quadrupled under the Trump administration. It's a little bit of a counterbalance To the sanctuary policies that we've heard so much about and will help assure the safety of the American people. Well, it's about time. Some common sense came to play. Thank you so much. Marie Federation American Immigration Reform in D. C. Appreciate your body will do it again. Soon. It's 6 48 numbed Alabama's morning news. Well, a rock and roll stars come out and said, You know what? We're going to do concerts anyway, This is crazy and people dying. Well, that may have to happen. What's going on here? Details coming up and we'll talk with Dr Jason West is an ingrate of medicine physician. About what's happening with Corona virus and everybody getting back out there trying to live a normal life. Three minutes Alabama's Morning news. Welcome to north Quarter in North.

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"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Act and equal opportunity act from the Hollywood Bowl the center right Hey yeah seven nine K. see this video is follow her at yes world boxing champion in mental health advocates she's doing a lot and we support her Devers in about twenty minutes to get a report from Kevin trip he's at LA acts on this over and lift band which I am personally mortified about is how they are director research for federation American immigration reform about Hanjin beach decision to reject century St lot of course Katie Grimes at the bottom of the next hour so mia what are you working as a government listen to you I know you've tried to go talk to some of the officials is are they listen to it all well I I think I mean you know how it works I did work I wish I did I think I must be in some kind of denial about it because they can't figure it out I no it's just it is so difficult but yeah I did you know I don't know if you remember I partnered with that a world peace and a congresswoman apology on over her mental health and schools act and I've gone to Congress a few times and about addiction and mental illness etcetera so he house so I don't know I just I am so really just fed up with the entire system you know I'm I'm a liberal but I I'm just fed up with the Democrats as well as the Republicans will is signal is that though any body in a position of authority is not representing the interests of the citizens just taking care of people in it's it's as though we've become so cluttered with ideology that we forgot about what governing the basics the basics of what covered eggs all right SO I don't understand stop right there that's where I'm at yeah I don't know whether it's ignorance or corruption you know I I haven't decided yet but we both you know yeah yeah it could be a mixture of both but I just feel like the mental health advocates who advocate on at email letting the mentally ill B. L. it is just what I don't understand because if if it was you know Alzheimer's yep and it was your parent like it we would definitely do so something we will let the media yeah yeah but if it schizophrenia for some reason and I still don't know why would be there okay Hey that victory yeah we're OK with letting them the handstand and what's even more horrible is dementia progresses no matter what we do schizophrenia can be arrested if we treat it you can write less simply convert deteriorate less right if we treat it and even prevent as did grass yeah it does progress it not if you don't treat a progress rapidly if I had Dikshit progresses to death if you don't treat it these are all fatal your treatable conditions dementia we run to that to help people feel better I be contained in safe and yet we're doing nothing it for the disease progress because we can't and yet the one we privilege in the law of the other we will rush to go after yeah Dickey list it's draconian it's medieval we have to collaborate message out with us am seven ninety KABC seven.

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Are you prepared to apologize to and acknowledged that this is manmade climate change? Roger, well, whether it's too cold or too warm. It's always manmade because man, of course at the center of the universe, and is responsible for everything that happens. You know that what does she say today that actually me? So literally, I didn't mean the world is going to end it twelve years ago. I said that. Yeah. What? She also said that Republican men are trying to create a hell on earth with the abortion law in Alabama. Hell on earth. Yes. Yeah. I know right? No, I really I don't mean to be negative. But I, I certainly hope she never had children. It's that will be her choice, right? She's in New York. She's that screwed up. I mean, I okay. Anyway. This is the news of the day, did you know that there are two hundred and fifty thousand illegals mo- moving across America. In fact, over on the TV thing I was doing in the morning. I was talking to somebody from fair. Right. Fair, US dot org, federation, American Immigration Reform, seven hundred thousand in nine months. Come in the United States, seven hundred thousand nine months, we got two hundred and fifty thousand going across the country. Now, some will be coming here, by the way, nine thousand eight days. I mean, we could just pull it every kind of statistic under the sun here at some point. Well, I mean something's gotta give right? Well, first of all, the left is it is a crisis. Yes. And that's good. Secondly, let's reinforce the local impact of this part of the, of the some of the destination of these thousands of thousands per day, you, San Diego, California. Yes, indeed and get ready for the fact that thousands and thousands of illegals let loose in the country because they claimed asylum, and we can't give them an immediate hearing on their on their asylum claim so therefore to three years now. They'll please come back and, and we'll have a hearing. They're just let loose in the country. A no no no support nothing. I'm it is. It is crazy. And we're gonna see thousands not not just hundreds over the course of the next couple of months in San Diego. South of apparently, south Florida and hundreds of. Other communities across the country because the federal government under Trump, even though he's made promises to the contrary yet to live under the current law. And the current law says somebody who comes to the border and says, I declare asylum, a fear for my life is automated, then granted into the country held for a maximum of twenty days. If they're from the three countries in Central America. Right. Held for Mexico central twenty days, if no judge is available for a hearing on their claim asylum. They are let loose in the United States with a promise to return for the hearing whenever that it's this is the craziest incredible situation. Of course, we've talked the last couple of days about some of the alternative visions that Trump and Lindsey Graham, and others have with respect to how to handle this situation. But it is truly truly out of control. There's a new federal report. That's coming, I didn't send this to you this just just this literally just came to me, somebody just sent this to me in my direct message. But it's totally germane to what we're talking about here is a brand new federal report that shows that non-citizens non-citizens in the United States commit half of all federal crimes. Raj six times, the proportion of the American population. This is from twenty seventeen. This is the census bureau's American community. Survey it shows. Non-citizens make up seven percent of our country's population. They commit forty percent of all federal crimes. That feels to me like it's a damning indictment of what these folks are talking about here. I mean, this is the we always hear from her. Hey Ramos and people like no, no, no, no. Immigrants are more law-abiding than American citizens. Well, this would speak, otherwise Raj. Well, of course that you're talking about immigration law violations as well. Yes. But what romo's is talking about is a violation of local and state laws. The problem being that we have enough people violating those laws. Now, we don't need to import more now. And this idea, I mean, the federal jails are jammed full detention centers jammed full California alone, probably has thirty three maybe a third to forty percent of the prison population in his state is illegally in the country. Yeah. I think it's twenty they twenty-seven percent of money laundering twenty four percent of drug trafficking. Eighteen percent of murders. Rach. I only point this out, not no. Neither of us is anti were totally pro immigration. We want America strong. I want the next Steve Jobs coming in man, I want, you know, come on. Let's let's keep this thing going, but we got to be realistic about what we're looking at here and, you know, I I'm just at a loss, because I don't know what Trump's going to do to fix this. What's crazy about all this, Raj is, we have such strong consumer sentiment. The markets are strong. The economy is roaring. Could you imagine in a Hillary Konami and you have these conditions with migrants coming in this would be a tinderbox of country? We we'd be on fire. There's no question about it. The economy is helping to mitigate impacts of this. Everyone has a job average rages are going up. Particularly in minority communities opportunities are opening up got jobs coming back because of the tariffs, pointed out craftsman yesterday five hundred jobs in Austin, Texas announced yesterday. Right, though the day before and so it's a it's a it's a it's a it's a great great situation for the economy. But as you point out had this been a Hillary Clinton administration would there, would there have been deregulation. There have been tax cuts. Hell no. We would've seen just the opposite in terms of more regulation, and more government control, and higher taxes and more. Crazy left of stuff to go on a creating a, you know, an X continuing exodus of American jobs overseas, cry. And at the same time, we have a flood of immigrants coming in to the United States. That would be a social catastrophe. But okay. So let me ask the Kook conspiracy. How does I put tinfoil at my head Raj? Would we have a migrant surge under a Hillary presidency? No question about it. Well, this was built, this was this cake was baked before, before Trump came in remember, under Obama of several years before that, I mean, the first of these of these caravans came didn't come in under Trump. Right. And, and the whole idea of giving a central Africa special status, so that those, those countries in Central America could send people for asylum and be over at above everybody else. And then Obama added all the Middle Eastern civil servants reshaping very true, and Somalis, and all the rest of that, that would have continued in a flood. Some believable. So, so the economy is basically effectively acting sort of as an anesthesia, for us broadly speaking, we're not feeling the pain, quite yet quite yet. To be continued as we get through a long hot summer. Right. We're not feeling the pain. Unless you're one of the parents of people who've been killed by illegal by illegal or robbed or raped by illegal or as an illegal down in Texas was just apprehended after slaughtering, a bunch of senior citizens. I mean, check the horror stories go on. And on a Kenyan illegal illegal from Kenya. I mean, that's that dopamine system. Okay. Let's let's hit some of the naked politicking of the day today. Steve Mnuchin says no, no, no, no, no. We're not doing the tax return released we're not playing this game. You guys are not doing this for legitimate fact-finding or anything like that. This is a political weaponization of the IRS, good move bad move from a pull this rush. That we'll see what happens. There is a. Plane federal statute that says that the chairman of this committee can ask for any tax returns and see them. And, and generally, what that was put into law four. This is where Mnuchin may have a case, the purpose of that law was to allow congress, the idea that they could look at the returns and see whether or not they need to make changes in the law. In other words, they were do fully cognizant of how taxpayers are reacting to the laws. They've passed by looking at the returns. In other words, it was a legislative assistant thing chair. That's the congress wanted to have full disclosure, so they would know how taxpayers doing, and whether or not, they need to change things. So. This is not of course, the motivation behind this request motivation pine. This request is to continue to try to do what the mullahs report didn't do. Okay. And since you've you've you've kind of banged into that a little bit down in El Salvador. There's Bill Hemmer today. He's talking to Bill bar, that a lot of different things about immigration and security, and all that sort of stuff, but the but the juiciest stuff was certainly reserved for the investigation into the origins. Do you. I'm sure you've seen some of that interview feeling more confident having seen Bill bar. Answer the questions the way he has been. Yeah. I think bar actually is channeling Tom fitness. That, you know, he's he's got he's got the business teeth on this stuff that wait, wait. Wait a minute. You guys can't sign a FIS of application for, for a warrant to spy on an American citizen and not disclose to that court. What you're relying on is a political sphere document put together by Russians at, at the and, and, and paid by the Democratic National Committee, and the Clinton campaign called the Steele dossier, you, you can't do that. And the people who signed those documents Jim Komi et cetera. Rod Rosenstein, the extensions I think this inspector general, I think part of that interview is very interesting. The inspector general, probably has finished his work, and according to some sources three out of the four there were, there was an original fights, a warrant application that was approved and then pre renewables three those renewables apparently were because the first one didn't produce anything. Right or illegal on their face. And the first one that relied on the Steele dossier was probably illegal because at the top of application. It says these things have been verified. Right. Well that thing wasn't by their own admission. It wasn't verified. So to the extent, they relied on her. They've already admitted they relied on it one hundred percent for the Feis application. They're in a bind because they signed under oath that, that the thing had been verified, and then said later under oath wasn't verified. So they're kind of in a bind Colby Brennan Clapper all these guys. Are involved in this thing, and they and they can't have it both ways. So yes, I think there's a there's a reckoning coming here, and I don't I think bars trying to signal, it's not too far off, and it's going to be very interesting. And, and the, the, the, you notice the lack of leaks, have you noticed how, how lacking in leaks? There are here. There were so many leaks. Not Nestle from the Muller.

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"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So bunch of Republican lawmakers were on a tour tomorrow, we're going to be checking in with Dan Rae and IRA Mellman there from the federation American Immigration Reform, and they are actually down on the border. They've been down there for a couple of days now, and they've been part of the congressional Republicans tour of the southern border where they got to see firsthand the number of families and children arriving. But they were shocked at the idea that the smugglers were actually recycling children across the border. I think they were all pretty shocked when they got wind of that. Representative John Joyce of Pennsylvania. Pete stub of Minnesota, dusty Johnson of South Dakota. Andy Biggs of Arizona and Matt gaetz from Florida when officials leading the tour pointed to a group of more than forty people who had just crossed through the Colorado river, south of the Morello Stam and surrendered the border patrol agents less than a quarter mile into the United States. So you know that was shocking enough. But then when they realized. How many when they they're getting the biographical information the name the first name the last name date of birth? And they asked them where they going. How many people are part of the family unit a word they by themselves where they miners. Everyone has a kid every single one has a kid and avoided patrol agent said to the agents in the Yuma sector, which has been has seen about the third highest family apprehensions of all nine sectors. This year said some children are being sent back to Central America. After making it to the US. The agent said children are being rented out. They know that's the ticket in. Think about that. They don't try to run they surrendered themselves. They don't try to get away. If they come in as a family unit. They will be released probably in less than forty eight hours. So they're presenting themselves at the border and saying their family unit. I mean, it's not rocket science. Okay. The adults used children as fast passes to permanent entry. The border patrol agent on the tourists that the agency has been documenting and referring for prosecution. Individuals who recycled children who travel from Central America to the US then were sent back to Central America or Mexico. So that an unrelated adult could take them on that same journey and claim them as his or her child. I mean, this is the ultimate form of child abuse. Not just a drag your own child through desserts and across in horrible conditions. But then to lease your kid out to some stranger and make them. Do it all over again. Doing so allows a person who has legally crossed into the US to apply for asylum, and and not be held in custody for more than twenty days because of the court ruling in two thousand fifteen that's his family's not be held more than that amount of time. So that's what they're doing. And because agents don't take fingerprints or any other biometric information from kids who are fourteen or younger, they can't verify for child. That's being taken into custody is arriving for the first time. They can't tell if the child is actually related to the adult. That's cat, you know, holding onto their hands. They have no way of knowing. Ninety nine percent of all migrants. They take into custody paid thousands of dollars to be smuggled into this country and did not travel as part of a caravan because adults being smuggled want to avoid deportation and prosecution they have a new technique. They recycle children, this is beyond grotesque. What are the Dem's have to say about this choice here?.

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"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Us full circle. Because what he said there, and, you know, Don, lemon, and all these guys are talking about fact checking the president and all these things what he said there was one hundred percent accurate because I played you the bit from campus reform in which they proved is that those quotes from Chuck Nancy and Hillary to those students and the students were like, wait a second. I thought it was just Donald Trump doing that. Because if the media was covering this fairly, which they are not they would point out that some of these things were said by Democrats, they would point out. And I think that some of them have certainly the folks on FOX have we have here on Cam wax, and Russia's and the list goes on they would point out that some of these things that the president is asking for right now Democrats have actually voted for in the past. So I, you know, I don't know where it's head. We're going to have someone on they can I think paint this in a very interesting way, I met this guy out in Washington DC. When I went up there for the the fair event last summer federation, American Immigration Reform. They host me every every year most years, I go out there, and Tom home in is a former acting director of ice, which is of course, the immigration and customs enforcement agency that many Democrats Nancy Pelosi Chuck can't remember if Senator mccaskill was on board with this probably shutting down ice. I don't to say that unfairly about Senator mccaskill maybe she didn't go that far. But he's got a great great handle on what's going on at the border. And we'll visit with Tom at the bottom of the hour. I mentioned my buddy Greg glass. Well, peering tonight the old rock house coming in. And also will do an update on Sears coming up next, by the way, Sears just throwing the towel come on in. That's part of the point. I'll make later the newly sworn in United States Senator for Missouri replacing the aforementioned Senator mccaskill Josh Holly coming.

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"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:46 min | 2 years ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The capital. It's Listening it's only to a Joe couple pags. of blocks. I commitment. And like He's you were a born terrible now before we thing went on to air. waste. This This is is a swamp. twin cities news Well, talk it really dot is. com. I mean, we came from Santa and literally got off the plane stick it was. Yeah. Cruz said welcome to the swamp. So is swampy. There's so much stuff going on. You've got anonymous people allegedly working in the administration writing dumb op Ed you've got the capital, we're here, of course, for fair, which has federation American Immigration Reform, something that you want done you want something to happen. I always want something done because my constituents want it done. Yeah. Right. Seventy five percent of them want it done. Absolutely. And and you would have it done if you were allowed to. Yeah. But the problem is you can't got the president elected. Doesn't get elected. And we don't have a majority two years ago in the house or Senate. People knew that we were not going to do what got the president-elect then they would have said. Well, now address different. I've had people on my show who have said you say something's in the campaign. You do little little differently when you get to Washington. You don't believe that? Well, I believe in fact, I don't believe it. I know that there are people that do that. But that is not what I do. Unfortunately, that's not what the president wanted to do to do what he got elected to do congressman Louie Gohmert. He's district. One Republican the great state of Texas. I always start here and help me out. What's wrong with the immigration laws the way they are? Why can't we just enforce them? That would be the biggest start. But there is more money needed to do that. We do need a wall in some places. I know our senior Senator said, you know, he's talked to landowners on the border that don't want a wall. Well, yeah. If you've got hundred to four hundred five hundred thousand acres, or so you got your own security army, you you don't need a wall there. We don't need a wall and big band. Yeah. If you can get across expanse because you gotta carry water you're on water to get across. I want those people recruited prior military if they can make that distance. So there are some places. We don't need a wall. We don't need two thousand twenty one hundred acres are miles of wall. But we do need it in some areas. You got some one hundred to five hundred acre farms and those farmers are scared to death. Has been and why is scared every night, you know? And I talk to many of them say, you know, we used to put a little food out in the barn was passing through they visor. And now they break into our home at night. It's not just somebody looking for job. You got the drugs coming in and out. So even if your number one goal or not to help the United States, but to help Mexico in the Mexican people the number one thing that could be done to help Mexico. More than any other is build a wall everywhere. It's needed totally secure our southern border stopped the eighty billion or so dollars going to the drug cartels every year just from the drugs that doesn't even count the money. They're making off of bringing people across illegally right now. I've read articles. I it's hard to believe they're true. But say the drug cartels may be making as much or more. More off of human trafficking as they are off the drugs, but either way you cut off the hundred billion dollars or two hundred whatever they're getting to their drug cartels. You have ended all of the corruption or are ninety nine percent of it in Mexico. Right. Mexico's got more natural resources than most country. They got hardworking people all they need is a non corrupt government, and they should be one of the top ten economies in the world. The best thing that anybody could do to help the Mexican people is totally secure our border, and it will help us and not to mention the seventy thousand died last year from drugs that had come into this country. So even if you don't care a whit like some of us do about Americans dying from drugs coming from. Across our southern border. If you just wanted to help the Mexican people secure the border. It comes back to being the answer every time, it's congressman Louie Gohmert. He's district one Republican the great state of Texas. And it's a great point. But on the other side, you've got people saying, well, let's get rid of the people that are stopping MS thirteen. Let's get rid of the people that are stopping drugs. Better stopping sex trafficking of little girls. They wanna get rid of ice. They wanna get rid of that. Well, that's that comes from the anarchy. Handbook, the George Soros handbook, you know, every time Soros can create some some anarchy. Then he makes other billion dollars it in other countries. He's working to do it here. But there's no sense. Other actually tell the boogeyman. Yeah. Well, this is how you destroy civilization. It's how you destroy self-government. And they're in the process of doing it in. There will be people that make a lot of money off of it. But there will be far more suffering and people are not thinking clearly about the consequences of getting rid of borders, and those that are protecting us from thirteen. They're not thinking about that. They're just thinking. Well, in fact, we know apparently there are people getting paid to help in the effort, you know, to show up and raise Cain at a hearing just to create all the chaos, they can, but we should not be deterred. But really Joe. Come back to questions. I had nobody it back in in November of twenty sixteen. We were so elated that Hillary Clinton didn't win and Donald Trump did. And he gave every indication he wanted to do what he got elected to do including securing our border and dealing with criminals that are in America. And we didn't nobody that. I could find had any taste for a battle for speaker. Again, I've been through those, you know, three times in a row, and in fact, some years back. Thomas Massie says he Breitenstein when they got elected. I stood up and nominated Newt Gingrich for speaker. And I didn't even have a second. I just knew we needed a change banner. And he said Jimmy Hart said that's the craziest guy in this room. And he's, you know, within three months, we realize you're the smartest guy. But. Are you going to be the speaker made many people mad, and I continue to do that. My interview with you will not help. You're going to be the speaker that. Stupid prediction that it's going to go blue why on earth would anybody want higher taxes? Why do people want open borders? What why do people want larger government and more control in the selling job? Well, they're doing right job selling socialism. The one thing that is failed. One hundred percent of the time when it's been tried even in the New Testament church Basel Bal tried a basic form of socialism. And then he had to say, you know, what is it and work in new rule. If you don't work you don't eat. Pilgrim's tried is a beautiful share and share alike bring into the common store. But after that first winter when so many, hey, let's try something different courses in Texas paraphrase, which you would understand, but but basically saying, you know, what let's try some private property idea. Whatever you produce you get to keep and it has worked and produced the greatest country in the history of the world greater than Solomon, Israel, you know, as far as the freedoms the assets individual, and there are people constantly trying to beat it down. Have you ever have you ever known a country in the history of the world where the number one health problem for the nation's poor was obesity known find another guy? Country. To destroy. It would be remiss if I want to tell people who I'm talking to. It's the congressman Louie Gohmert district one Republican the great state of Texas. What's going on in this hearing? I I know that you've been glued to it. The entire nature to cares about stuff. Like this been glued to it. It's kabuki theatre. Is it not? It is absolutely outrageous that the Senate has allowed itself to degenerate into this kind of monkey business, and I say monkey business because I've heard people like Schumer and some of the most well respected Democrats use that term monkey and so I figure well if I want to be more like the Democrats, I should use that word. And and so that's why I bring that up. It's just outrageous. What is going on in there? And a former judge Louis what wasn't a coordinated? No Harris has the yellow we found out. Yes, they admit in advance. They tried to work out the best strategy. And and then, you know, there people that have said they've seen people getting paid off to create their disturbance. So yeah, there's was totally organized. It was not from the heart. This was just to create chaos as much as possible. They're going to stop him. No get through. Yes. He is now hopefully, the American public will they I'm sure they don't have the stomach to watch the whole hearing. But they will see who serious about trying to help America series about the constitution. The only scary thing is now we see Democrats electing people that don't want our constitution, the greatest founding document the history of they warn us tour. This year. Just just Tuesday. We had we had a couple more Massachusetts. It says it's it's not a very good testimony about public education vote or two from some red state Democrats mansions gonna vote senators our respect say, yes, we're going to get at least a few fifty six you think should be. Probably at least a mess. I mean, Ruth Bader Ginsburg ninety six or ninety eight. Yeah. Yeah. She's about as partisan as they get the Republicans voted for her because she was occupied. Yes. Even though she was tied in with the family ACLU, it just liberal as all get out. But the Republicans haven't played dirty like the Democrats have there's no Democrats ever been worked the way Ted Kennedy assassinated his character. When it was horrible. Outright week. And nobody even Bork has not endured the outrageous treatment, the racism, the main. That's the high tech lynching. They Clarence Thomas. And was talking to a former clerk of his and he was saying, you know, one of the big tragedies is people don't realize how smart Clarence Thomas is. You know, one of the things they've you read his book, my grandfather's, son. He was an is. He says, you know, an angry young black man, he was liberal any adult about being a Catholic priest. But he was so mad after college. He wanted to go to a liberal place in create liberal issues, and he had applied and immediately got into Harvard. Why not because of affirmative action? Clarence Thomas is a brilliant. Man. He didn't eight affirmative action. And then he is he says harbor was too conservative for him. So he immediately drops out on the first day and weights and applies to Yale and Yale was more liberal. He felt more comfortable. But there was a conservative. There were only a couple of them. And he and he said he began to notice that the liberals would only talk to him about sports or the oppression of blacks in America. And he had a lot of ideas about other things. But the liberals that's all they. Yeah. And then he realized wait a minute. These couple of conservatives. They're interested in my opinion, or all kinds of things. But it was also the way liberals look down on him as if if it weren't for us liberals you dummies like yourself, I mean, his racist dummies because obviously, you know, the liberal side, you're black. You couldn't get in my status. By the way, they still think that it hasn't changed an awful lot. And Clarence did not and still has not gotten the credit for being the brilliant. Jurist? He is. And what they did to him in that hearing. It was horrendous. They're not treating cavenaugh as badly with the questions and the interruptions of the ridiculous. The tactics of new and that just really outright. You are you came across the street. You're rate a couple of blocks in the in the hot weather today. Why not? Louie Gohmert district, one Republican state of Texas. Thanks. All right. We're back after this. And the Joe pags show. Stay right here. Yeah. Glenn Beck entertainment. Weekday.

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12:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Coming your way this day. Of course is congressman Louie Gohmert district one Republican for the right, data, Texas. Okay. It's a hot day out there. It is. From the capital. It's only a couple of blocks. And like you were born now before we went on air. This is a swamp. Well, it really is. And literal we got off the plane stick. Estimate came Cruz said welcome to the swamp. Yeah. So it is swampy. There's so much stuff going on. You got anonymous people allegedly working in the administration writing dumb op Ed you've got the cabinet. We're here, of course, for fair, which is federation American Immigration Reform, something that you want done you want something to happen. I want something done because my constituents want it done seventy five percent of them want it done. Absolutely. And and you would have it done if you allowed to. But the problem is you can't got the president elected. And we don't have a majority two years ago in the house or Senate. People knew that we were not going to do what got the president elected. Then they would have said. Well, now, dry sump difference. I've had people on my show who have said you say something's in the campaign. You do little little differently when you get to Washington. You don't believe that? Well, I believe that. In fact, I don't believe it. I know that there are people that do that. But that is not what I do. And fortunately, that's not what the president wanted to do. Got elected to do congressman Louie Gohmert. He's district. One Republican the great state of Texas. I always start here and help me out. What's wrong with immigration laws? The way they are. That would be the biggest start. But there is more money needed to do that. We do need a wall in some places. Our senior senators said, you know. Landowners on the border that don't want a wall. Well, yeah. If you've got one hundred to four hundred five hundred thousand acres, or so you got your own security army, you you don't need a wall there. We don't need a wall and big band. Can get across expanse because you got to carry water you're on water to get across. I want those people recruited prior military might that. So there are some places we don't eat. Well, we donate two thousand twenty one hundred acres are miles of wall. But we do need it in some areas. You got some one hundred to five hundred acre farms and those farmers are scared to death. The husband and wife is scared every night you and I talked to many album. Say you know, we used to put a little food out in the barn was passing through. And now they break into our home at night. It's not just somebody looking for job. You got the drugs coming in and out. So even if your number one goal, we're not to help the United States, but to help Mexico in the Mexican people the number one thing that could be done to help Mexico. More than any other is build a wall everywhere. It's needed totally secure our southern border stopped the eighty billion or so dollars go into the drug cartels. Every you're just from the drugs that doesn't even count the money. They're making off of bringing people across illegally. Now. I've read articles. I it's hard to believe they're true. But say the drug cartels may be making as much or more off of human trafficking as they are off the drugs, but either way you cut off the hundred billion dollars or two hundred whatever they're getting to their dog. Cartels. You have ended all of the corruption or are ninety nine percent of it in Mexico. Right. Mexico's got more natural resources than most country. They got hardworking people all they need is a non corrupt government, and they should be one of the top ten economies in the world. The best thing that anybody could do to help the Mexican people is totally secure our border, and it will help us and not to mention the seventy thousand died last year from drugs that had come into this country. So even if you don't care a whit like some obvious do about Americans dying from drugs coming from. If you just wanted to help the Mexican people secure the border. It comes back to being the answer every time, it's Louie Gohmert. He's district one Republican the great state of Texas. And it's a great point. But on the other side, you've got people saying, well, let's get rid of the people that are stopping MS thirteen. Let's get rid of the people that are stopping drugs better stopping sex trafficking of little girls. They wanna get rid of ice. They wanna get rid of that. Well, that comes from the anarchy. Handbook, the George Soros handbook, you know, every town Soros can create some some anarchy. Then he makes another billion dollars done it in other countries. He's working to do it here. But there's no sense. The boogeyman. Yeah. Well, this is how you destroy a civilization. It's how you destroy self-government. And they're in the process of doing it. And there will be people that make a lot of money off of it. But there will be far more suffering and people are not thinking clearly about the consequences of getting rid of borders, and those that are protecting us from MS thirteen. They're not thinking about that. They're just thinking. Well, in fact, we know apparently they're people getting paid to help in the effort to show up and race Canada hearing just to create all the chaos, they can but we should not be deterred. But really Joe. Come back to the questions. I had nobody it back in in November of two thousand sixteen. We were so elated that he really Clinton didn't win and Donald Trump did. And he gave every indication he wanted to do what he got elected to do including securing our border and dealing with criminals in America. And we didn't nobody that. I could find had any taste for a battle for speaker. Again, I've been through those three times in a row. And in fact, some years back Thomas Massie says he Breitenstein when they got elected I stood up and nominated Newt Gingrich Baker, and I didn't even have a second. I just knew we needed a change. And he's in Thomas had Jim. And I said that's the craziest guy in this room. And you know, within three months, we realize you're the smartest guy. But what are you going to be the speaker made too many people mad, and I continue to do that. You will not. That. Stupid prediction. Go blue. Why on earth would anybody want higher taxes? Why do people want open borders? Why do people want larger government and more control in the selling? Great job selling socialism. Thing that has failed one hundred percent of the time when it's been tried even in the new church, you know, about so tried a basic form of socialism. And then he had to say, you know, what is it and work in new rule. If you don't work you donate go back to pilgrim, beautiful, Sharon, Cheryl, bring into the common store. But after that first winter when so many died at hey, let's try something different courses, Texas paraphrase with. Would you would understand? But basically saying, you know, what let's try some private property idea. You know, whatever you produce you get to keep and it has worked and produced the greatest country in the history of the world greater than Solomon, Israel. You know as far as the freedoms that the assets individually, and there are people constantly trying to beat it down. Have you ever have you ever known of a country in the history of the world where the number one health problem for the nation's poor was obese ity known find another. People wanting to destroy it. Kevin I want to tell people I'm talking to. It's the congressman Louie Gohmert district when Republican the great state of Texas. What's going on in this hearing with the entire cares about stuff like this big Lou to it? It's kabuki theatre. Is it not it is? Absolutely outrageous. The Senate has allowed itself to degenerate into this kind of monkey business, and I say monkey business because I've heard people like Schumer and some of the most well respected Democrats that term monkey and so I figure well if I want to be more like the Democrats, I should use that word. And and so that's why I bring that up. It's just outrageous. What is going on in there? Former guy wasn't a coordinated. No Harris has to yell out. We found out. Yes. They admit in advance. They tried to work out the best strategy. And then, you know, the people that have said they've seen people getting paid off to their disturbance. So yeah, this was totally organized. It was not from the heart. This was just to create chaos as much as possible going to stop him. No, no. They're going to get through. Yes. He is now. Hopefully, the American public will they I'm sure they don't have the stomach to watch that will urine. But they will see who serious about trying to help America series about the constitution. The only scary thing is now we see Democrats electing people that don't want our constitution, the greatest founding document the history. They. This year. Just tuesday. We had we had the more Massachusetts. It's it's not a big adjustment. Only about public education vote or two from some red state Democrats. I'm going to vote. Senators our respect say, yes, we're going to get at least a few fifty six you think should be probably at least I mean Ruth. Bayer Ginsburg debt ninety six or ninety eight. Yeah. Yeah. She's about as partisan as they get the Republicans voted for her because she was all about. Yes. Even though she was tied in with the family ACLU, it just liberal as all get out. But the Republicans haven't played dirty like the Democrats have there's no Democrats ever been worked. The way Ted Kennedy assassinated his character when it was. And nobody even Bork has not endured the outrageous treatment, the racism, the main has the high tech lynching. They Clarence Thomas. And was talking to a former Clark his, and he was saying, you know, one the big tragedies is people don't realize how smart Clarence Thomas is. And you know, one of the things they've you read his book, my grandfather's, son. He was an is. He says, you know, an angry young black man any was liberal any adult about being a Catholic priest. But he was so mad after college. He wanted to go to a liberal place ingratiate liberal issues. And he had applied and immediately got into Harvard. Why now because of affirmative action Clarence Thomas is a brilliant man made affirmative action. And then he is he says Harvard was too conservative for him. So he immediately drops out on the first day and weights and applies to Yale and Yale which more liberal he felt more comfortable, but there was a conservative. There are only a couple of them. And he and he said he began. To notice that the liberals would only talk to him about sports are the oppression of blacks in America. And he had a lot of ideas about other things, but the liberals. Yeah. Yeah. And then he realized wait a minute. These couple of conservatives, they're interested in my opinion. But it was also the way liberals look down on him as if if it weren't for us liberals you dummies like yourself. I mean, there's racist dummies, obviously, you know, the liberal side, you're black. You couldn't get in my status. By the way, they still think that it hasn't changed an awful lot. And Clarence did not and still has not gotten the credit for being the brilliant jurist is and what they did to him in that hearing. It was horrendous. They're not treating cavenaugh as badly with the questions, and we'll be interruptions. Ridiculous. Tactic. So new and that just really outright. You are you came across the street a couple of blocks in the in the hot weather today. Of course, it's congressman Louie Gohmert district. One Republican the great state of Texas. Thanks. Beck after this and the Jo pack show. Stay right here. Yeah. From the way, I traffic center,.

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To the United States. I would also Matt O'Brien is you're listening to he is with fair federation American Immigration Reform in. We're here live in Washington DC, and Matt is an expert on this used to work in overseeing applications for refugees Dacca, you name it things like that US CIS. So. These people show up, and I mean, are you guys trained or these people trained that asks the questions to figure out if someone's lying almost like a human lie detector in that aspect? Well, they are to a certain extent. I mean, they're trained in how to conduct interviews their primary job is to determine whether the person has a facially legitimate refugee claim that they're persecuted on the grounds of race, religion, nationality political opinion, and what they're looking for is anything that doesn't fit that pattern or known information. That would indicate that someone is a terrorist or criminal or present some other kind of problem if any of that information is found then that clicks, the whole thing to another level of review where the organization that I worked for fraud detection and national security would begin taking a look at these things. And so what Fred detection, national security or its various components. They're out in the field office, isn't that work with refugees and things like that are doing is background checks? Are focused on the particular conditions where people are located. So if refugees are being vetted in or near Somalia than they're looking at the political conditions, the terrorist groups that operate there, the criminal groups and all of those kind of things, and so there is information on that given to the refugee officers before they depart so that they know what to look for. Okay. The problem with all of this though is that sometimes it's just the lack of information. So it's very easy for somebody to sort of deceive the system and make it into the United States because most terrorist groups don't hold weekly meetings and have membership records they post in the local paper. So we have to hope that somebody does that because let's go back to the Tucson situation. I mean, these people were in Tucson for three years, and he literally lied, whatever. Somehow, they just recently got caught the FBI realize, oh, this guy's an Al Shabaab terrorist. He had his hands blown off. He claimed that he was a victim of violence when it turns out he was actually making a bomb, and it blew up. So I mean, again, how easy is it for someone? How could that guy? I mean, tell me a lot about about this, obviously. But how can it possibly happen that a terrorist can actually lie get it passed somebody and get here? Well, because terrorists don't want their activities expose so in in a lot of cases, they're very secretive about what they're doing. They're very good covering their tracks of their whole point because they want to come here and appeared to be normal. So that they can get access to the United States, and then detonate bombs and things like that. But when you add into that, the number of applications that people are looking at and the lack of information on a lot of these people you have a toxic brew that can lead. Either two people inadvertently missing things or to somebody being successful and committing fraud and trying to deceive us, and I mean, if you look at this case, I'm not familiar with the details. It may have been that the FBI had an investigation going on someone's associate. But some of these.

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11:17 min | 2 years ago

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"Morning ritual. Me Lewis Canas de AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know media up in arms because of an op Ed written by an anonymous source shocker that says the Trump White House is out of control, and they're going to do everything they can to stop it from inside their senior administrator one of twelve hundred twelve apparently, and and they're going to do what they can to stop it because they don't like his attitude or something. Really, you know, what this means? He's doing some pretty damn good things. Sas? What it means? Second thing that I think and by the way, he ripped that to shreds, call the person gutless, I loved every second of it. Second thing that I think you need to know is that. Mitch McConnell frigging Mitch man yesterday, Bret Baier show us said that all the spending bills that he got done because Trump's at work in August. All the spending bills not one dime in there for wall funding, nothing and Bret Baier said why wouldn't toward Trump just torch this he said, well, I think the best time to talk about wall funding is after the midterms the hell am I missing something here? My missing something. What does that even mean? So there's Mitch McConnell in the swamp. The will I if the Democrats win the house? Yeah. Then we don't have to worry about building the wall frigging dope. Third thing. I think you need to know. Some great economic news. You have jobless claims at a forty nine year low forty nine year low. But I'm glad that person is saying that Trump has no idea what he's doing in the White House working out. Well, three things I think you need to know. Now, Matt O'Brien is with us ease with fair federation for American Immigration Reform and fear. Of course, put this on. This is a great radio event. Illegal immigration, hold their feet to the fire all kinds of people experts in victims families, everything and Matt Ewart favorite. What? Two three years now. Yeah. Two years. This is my second feet to the fire and we still play the sound bites. We had you on the show by phone years ago talking about Dacca because used work for US CIS. That's correct. And you oversaw the application process. Oversaw some of the security background checks for the the really agree. Just people in the application process, and you open our eyes because you said when Dacca was approved an eighty eight to ninety percent clip. And you said nothing is and you said there was who is ripe with fraud people that had ties to terrorists you name a gang gang affiliations. Right. I mean, we still because when people argue about Dacca we actually had the this guy running for governor in Zona democrat guys crazy David Garcia, guys literally out of his might ASU. Professor don't hold it against him. But he's nuts. Right. And and he he wrote a nasty as people put a nasty specialties after Trump ended DACA last year. And said congress up to you so Ryan over here invited him on. And he the guy literally knew nothing he was basing his opinion on Dacca based on some students that were Dak recipients in his class, and we actually played some soundbites during his interview of you talking about. Do you not do research? I mean, this is somebody that actually oversaw that was involved in the process, and he had no idea. No frigging clue. How bad that program is let me ask you this to refugees because you're involved in refugee applications to as well, right? We just had a couple of refugees arrested in Tucson about three weeks ago. They are from I believe night, Somalia, Nigeria one of those small ears smoggy Somalia, but then they were living in China. And then somehow got to America back in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen and he lied on their refugee application. You know, the the great question of do you have any are you a terrorist is not one of the questions? Yes. Are you a terrorist? And do you have any ties to terrorism is that like the question, the those are questions on there believe it or not? So don't think people answer them. Honestly that that's the thing. So apparently, they lied. This. Dude was Al Shabaab terrorist. So he finally got arrested. Is it really that easy to just right? No. I'm not a terrorist. And you get rubber-stamped in here. It shouldn't be that easy. But unfortunately, sometimes it is there are a lot of people working on refugee applications who come from the standpoint that the world is a mess and everybody should be led into the United States. And so internally within the immigration agencies, particularly within USCIS, you have a lot of tension between the people responsible for the enforcement, and the people responsible for Judy king, the refugee applications, and they sort of see the the cab on refugees is a quota that they need to fill here. And they see everyone who has arrived at the point where the requesting refugee status as deserving individual. When we know that's not the case. So I mean paint the picture I'm thinking of a building in Washington DC where. Yeah, I guess you have the people that feel bad for refugees. And he believe everything. Now, these are. They're not bad people. They're just naive and nice. Is that what it is? Yeah. I think there've been out trying to change America. They there some of them are I think some of them are people with that worldview, America's responsible for everything that's wrong in the world. And one of the ways we tone for that is by bringing the world here. But some of them are just nice people who are concerned about human rights in the world. So and these are people that literally in a building either in cubicles or an office and their job is to go through these applications across the street. Okay. So they and they literally just sit there either just rant just random people, and they get to pick and choose these just did not like supervisors or anything. They're just everyday employees there everyday and police are supposed to be Judy kidding, these according to the legal standards into the procedures that are put in place, the problem with that approach is these people go out the interview people in the field in these foreign countries where things are mess, and everybody's in a dire situation, and you have people coming from places where it's not necessarily possible to verify the information. That they're telling you in places where terrorist groups operating. So what you have to do is be very discerning. And really what the default position should be is if this person can't prove to us to our satisfaction that they are not a risk to citizens of the United States, then they don't get refugee status. What really happens is the people doing these things kind of shift the burden to the government. And if they can't find a reason to deny the application of presume that everything is okay. And admit the person as a refugee, and that's where the problem starts go to these countries where people apply their sent there to do that. Correct. And I just because we never get this stuff. And you're just a wealth of knowledge. So they go there, and they have a meeting with these people. Right. Correct. And what kind of like? There's no DMV these third world countries. What kind of documentation do they showed approved that they're not a terrorist or whatever it might be like, what are they show the the people that make these decisions? Well, sometimes they don't show anything at all. Which is part of the problem with the way, the asylum and refugee status statutes are set out in a lot of cases people have birth documents. But they may have been handwritten by some registrars records in a small village. They may have the property. They may have newspaper articles that reference their family. So it's a it's a difficult process. And the fact is that if it's done, right? You can certainly find people from low risk areas who are indeed really refugees. And if you want to admit them to United States because you know, we're a nice country, and we wanna help people in the world is certainly nothing wrong with that. The fact is when you're going into the most dangerous places in the world. There. No, functioning governments. There's no record systems. If you're responsible for protecting American public than you have to ratchet the standards up, and you need to take the approach that listen, there's all kinds of refugees who wanna come here. But I want to let it in the ones that are going to succeed in America and be aren't going to cause any harm to the United States. I would also Matt O'Brien is you're listening to he is with fair federation American Immigration Reform in we're here live in Washington DC, and Matt as an expert in this used to work in overseeing applications for refugees Dacca, you name it things like that US CIS. So. These people show up, and I mean, are you guys trained or these people trained that asks the questions to figure out if someone's lying almost like a human lie detector in that aspect? Well, they are to a certain extent. I mean, they're trained in how to conduct interviews their primary job is to determine whether the person has a facially legitimate refugee claim meaning that they're persecuted on the grounds of race, religion, nationality political opinion, and what they're looking for is anything that doesn't fit that pattern or known information. That would indicate that someone is a terrorist or criminal or present some other kind of problem if any of that information is found then that clicks, the whole thing to another level of review where the organization that I worked for fraud detection and national security would begin taking a look at these things. And so what Fred detection, national security or its various components. They're out in the field offices in that work with refugees and things like that are doing is background checks. Are focused on the particular conditions where people are located. So if refugees are being vetted in or near Somalia than they're looking at the political conditions, the terrorist groups that operate there, the criminal groups and all of those kind of things, and so there is information that given to the refugee officers before they depart so that they know what to look for. Okay. The problem with all of this though is that sometimes it's just the lack of information. So it's very easy for somebody to sort of deceive the system and make it into the United States because most terrorist groups don't hold weekly meetings and have membership records they post in the local paper. So we have to hope that somebody does that because let's go back to the Tucson situation. I mean, these people were in Tucson for three years, and he literally lied, whatever. Somehow, they just recently got caught the FBI realized, oh, this guy's an Al Shabaab terrorist. He had his hands blown off. He claimed that he was a victim of violence when it turns out he was actually making the bomb it blew up. So I mean, again, how easy is it for someone? How could that guy? I mean, tell me a lot about about this. But how can it possibly happen that a terrorist can actually lie get it passed somebody and get here? Because terrorists don't want their activities exposed. So in in a lot of cases, they're very secretive about what they're doing. They're very good covering their tracks of their whole point because they want to come here and appeared to be normal. So that they can get access to the United States, and then detonate bombs and things like that. But when you add into that, the number of people are looking at and the lack of information on a lot of these people, you have a toxic brew that can lead. Either two people inadvertently missing things or to somebody being successful and committing fraud and trying to deceive us, and I mean, if you look at this case, I'm not familiar with the details. It may have been that the FBI had an investigation going on someone's associate. But some of these cases you only find out when people do things like themselves up. There was a case recently in Massachusetts where guy blue the windows out of his apartment, and the police shut up and found that it was full of bomb making materials and guns. Now, it's Massachusetts..

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

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"The senate uh you know then force you don't mitch mcconnell to put it on the floor and force chuck schumer to block it and explained to the american people because that there was a out just last week conducted by harvard university in the harris polling company uh you know they have no dogging the slight uh that the poll demonstrated that overwhelmingly the american people wanted him chain migration the merit based system they want the everify they want border security you know the democrats republicans across the board people support this animal chuck schumer wants to block it uh especially with ten of the bungle members upper relection enrich states this year i you know let him explain to his caucus let him explain to the american people why he's blocking this uh you know this now needs to be the strategy force something because it you know we're going to lose this opportunity if nothing happens this year yeah i listen i agree and it looked as though we were poised for some real sense stanshall change in a in the best existence going to a negotiating table that ever ever had we been an an he i just i turn away with with you know with this plan i i'm just i'm livid i really am this is not what i was promised and it's not gonna work on road the french government russian the morque drinks turnkey mortar three of affirming his shirt with grouping could be accurate in fact ira mellman from the federation american immigration reform thanks i appreciate your input prankster o'clock right on a day when i'm just nothing is going to make me happy nothing except maybe that andrew mccabe stepped down uh except that he didn't really stepped down a lot when they do this seen only in washington can you get away with this stuff if i walk away tomorrow you know if i decide that i can't you know work here anymore because i'm compromised in one way or another on god in arms saying i'm gone everything goes with me my uh my last paycheck will be my last paycheck not in government the fbi director deputy director andrew mccabe stepped down today he'll remain on the fbi payroll until he's eligible to retire with.

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02:11 min | 4 years ago

"federation american immigration reform" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Half through on that ranging that i did yesterday to be in the kind of good mood on man cave is takes a little bit of it just i'm trying to tickets so bad i'll bet that my next against probably had as rough do now a as i did yesterday when they began floating these stories about the donald trump the president to mitigating some of the things he been saying about immigration dance nine from federation american immigration reform is my guest how are you down what a great well huge ice i feel much better to dive allowed so yesterday at noon i was start to get very on comfortable with the things that i was hearing about what the speech was going to saying about illegal immigration well i was done a day see there but you know this is one of the things that trump is a master of it it's a good is that pretty pretty much you know over the years that you identify your positioning based on the signature opponents are sending him and take advantage of their weakness so you know the democrats of position themselves as being completely on reason the ball illegal immigration it i want any unfortunate nobody goes home they've held the chamber up with people their illegally and tom recognize that you know that there's no way the democrats never gonna compromiso legislation so but exploding out this i d and getting pretty much no response that empowers him a tells and that he has the one who's going to set the agenda and at least in argue what he's doing is he's he's making it abundantly clear that he's not going to control the hall immigration agenda moving forward that's the makes perfect sense now of course yeah what looking at that the first thing that came to my mind was why wasn't everyone of does illegal aliens arrested with me walked out of the the chamber a last night i i mean it's really on fathom mobile to me that to legislators that means the people create the laws in this country would bring an violators of the law well and jose antonio vargas in two thousand is the country's most they miss you legal alien i mean.

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