Nancy Pelosi will do anything to protect MS-13 gang members whom she says has a spark of divinity inside of them. Maybe so. They seem to kill religiously.
Now. she and her henchmen and henchwomen have made sure that all gang members are given citizenship and placed above the law-abiding citizens of this country.
MS-13 is especially vicious as they love to torture their victims before killing them.
MS-13 gangs commit murders, deal drugs and take part in sex trafficking. Perhaps the Democrats want to keep them in the country so they can help train antifa and BLM. Can you think of any other reason why we would want to give them citizenship? I certainly can’t.
Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN), a former Duluth, Minnesota, police officer offered a motion to recommit. What that means is the bill would be sent back to the committee and would get another vote on whether MS-13 could receive amnesty through the DACA Act. And not just MS-13,
but anybody belonging to any gang. The Democrats are determined to bring in millions of illegals and then allow them to stay no matter what.
For a party that has lost its mind over a three-hour riot in Washington D.C., the Democrats sure embrace violence when it is caused by antifa, BLM, and MS-13.
It’s really hard to take them seriously when they have set every world record for hypocrisy. Every single Democrat in the House voted to give them citizenship.
If you are currently residing in a district held by a Democrat, will you show your approval of their vote and help them get reelected?
Stauber said on the House floor Thursday:
I hear from these same families is there concern and fear for providing green cards and pass to citizenship to gang members and criminals. The text of this bill only compounds those fears. Preventing the United States government from using readily available information to remove gang members who are national security threats and other public safety threats.
This motion to recommit ensures that those individuals that applications would be denied on the basis of criminal grounds, national security grounds, public safety risks, or as gang members are considered by the Department of Homeland Security for removal from the United States.
Under H.R. 6, information provided in an application for a green card may not be used for the purpose of immigration enforcement – even if DHS denies the application or it’s withdrawn.
This means that if an applicant has a murder conviction, a rape conviction, or if the applicant is a gang member, and DHS knows about it because of the application, DHS can’t refer that person for removal.