Nancy Pelosi Claims “Dreamers” Are Heirs of Our Founders
The Democrats, mostly led by Nasty Nancy Pelosi is on a hell-bent conquest to get every immigrant into this country that they can.
Why? Well, so they’ll vote for them. They know as well as others who understand human psychology that on a fundamental level, there is a concept known as reciprocity. When someone does something nice for you, you feel obligated to do something nice for them.
The way that this plays out logically in their heads is that they are letting them come into this country…now “vote for me”.
Last week, Pelosi claimed that those who come to America illegally are “true and legitimate heirs of our founding fathers”.
Pelosi made her claims as Democrats prepared to vote through an amnesty for at least three million migrants who are now labeled under several categories. They include the many illegals who were brought to the United States as children by their parents. Democrats refer to the child-arrivals as “dreamers,” even though Americans are also dreamers.
“This legislation is protecting “dreamers,” and TPS [Temporary Protected Status] and DED [Deferred Enforced Departure] recipients, honors the truth that immigrants are the constant reinvigoration of our country.
When they come here with their hopes and dreams and aspirations, these parents bringing their children, their hopes and dreams and aspirations for a better future for their children, that courage, that determination, those aspirations, are American traits, and they all make America more American, with all of that.
Indeed they are true and legitimate heirs, these dreamers are, of our founders. E Pluribus Unum, from many one, we talk about that all the time.”
How exactly are they the heirs when they weren’t born here? Am I an heir of France? Am I an heir of Japan? Can I get some financial support from them? No. Why? Because neither of those countries is where I live.
Here’s a question…what did our founders actually think about immigration? What was their intent and policy?
Alexander Hamilton said, “In the recommendation to admit indiscriminately foreign emigrants of every description to the privileges of American citizens on their first entrance into our country, there is an attempt to break down every pale which has been erected for the preservation of a national spirit and a national character.”
Take a look at what James Madison thought:
“It is no doubt very desirable that we should hold out as many inducements as possible for the worthy part of mankind to come and settle amongst us, and throw their fortunes into a common lot with ours.”
“But why is this desirable? Not merely to swell the catalogue of people. No, sir, it is to increase the wealth and strength of the community; and those who acquire the rights of citizenship without adding to the strength or wealth of the community are not the people we are in want of.”
With the House passing a couple of bills that could soon make millions of immigrants legal citizens, we’re in for a ride. Honestly, I’m sure they already voted anyway.